Nassau County Moves Full Speed Ahead With Restoration Of 300-Year-Old Roslyn Grist MillThe Grist Mill, once a water-powered flour mill in the heart of the quaint community of Roslyn, was built in 1715. It is one of the few surviving Dutch colonial-frame buildings left in the country.
State To Look Into Health Of Entire Community Following Closure Of Northport Middle SchoolParents are praying for no confusion or chaos Thursday morning when a suburban school closes for the rest of the year.
6 Months Later, Governor Expected To Sign Bills That Would Bring Monitors To Hempstead, Wyandanch SchoolsThe CBS2 documentary 37% followed the Hempstead schools for a year and that reporting helped prompt the need for oversight.
Homicide Detectives Investigating Long Island 8-Year-Old's Death In DrivewayPolice say they were called to the home on Bittersweet Lane in Center Moriches for what a parent called a "horrible accident."
Bail Reform: Backlash Growing After Mounting Number Of Immediate Repeat OffendersFamilies and judges are grappling over the issue of bail reform, and one family worries their son is becoming the poster child for what's wrong with changes in the criminal justice system.
Cap On School Property Tax Levy Impacting Education Budgets In New YorkSchool districts in New York state will have to be more cautious with their budgets next year.
Exclusive: Long Island Family Blames College Graduate Son's Death On Bail ReformA devastated family says their son was killed in a crash with a drunk driver who should've never been on the road. And they're blaming bail reform for putting him there.
Residents That Live Near LIRR's Third Track Project Dealing With A Lot Of Shake, Rattle And RollSome homeowners along the LIRR main line say their complaints to the MTA about intolerable noise and shaking homes have been falling on deaf ears.
Long Island Woman Jasmin Moghbeli Welcomed As Newest NASA AstronautHer outer space dreams began in the sixth grade, and from Long Island to NASA, Jasmin Moghbeli is America’s newest astronaut.
Suffolk County Sporting Goods Store Owner Accused Of Selling Illegal Weapons, Including One Used In Murder-SuicideMaria Busone was devastated to learn that the hunting rifle her estranged boyfriend used to murder their toddler son Jovani Ligurgo in 2018 and then kill himself was allegedly bought and sold illegally.
'This Is An Educator?': $12 Million Lawsuit Filed After Teacher Shows Black Students, Gorilla In Racially Insensitive PhotoA class trip to the Bronx Zoo has resulted in a multi-million dollar lawsuit lodged against a Long Island school.
'How Many More Times Do We Have To Keep Putting Her In?' Long Island Officials Exasperated After Bail Reform Lets Repeat Offender Walk AwayAs a repeat offender, Maria Campione has been released four times in the past seven days without having to post bail.
Neighbors Upset Long Island Peeping Tom Suspect Freed Due To New Bail Reform LawsThere has been a disturbing arrest following charges that a Long Island man was spying on his neighbor as she bathed.
Fate Of Monitoring Hempstead's Troubled Schools Still Lingering With Gov. CuomoThe start of the new year brings questions and concerns among parents in one of the most troubled school districts in New York.
Doctors Warn Common Virus RSV Is In Its Peak Season And Can Be Serious Threat To InfantsYou may have heard about respiratory syncytial virus from friends with sick children. Although this common virus spreads from fall to spring, right now is peak RSV season.