Coronavirus Update: First 3 Coronavirus-Related Deaths Reported On Long IslandTwo were in Suffolk County, one in Nassau County. All three were in their 80s and 90s and had underlying health problems.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau Declares 'Imminent Threat To Public Health'The situation is being characterized as "an imminent threat to public health" in Nassau, and a state of emergency has been declared in Suffolk.
Long Island Woman Found Guilty In Death Of Anti-Gang Advocate Evelyn RodriguezHearts pounded as jurors pronounced Patchogue nurse Drago guilty on all counts in the running over and killing of Rodriguez.
Fault In Death Of Anti-Gang Advocate Evelyn Rodriguez Now In Hands Of JuryProsecutors painted Annmarie Drago as a manipulative, unrepentant, callous thief who stole and destroyed memorial items honoring the second-anniversary vigil for Kelsey Cuevas, killed by MS-13 gang violence.
Nassau County Man Celebrates 72nd Birthday With First Responders Who Saved His LifeA Vietnam vet and former school teacher from Levittown celebrated a special birthday Monday.
Some Residents In LI Village Don't Want Trees Cut Down For Sidewalk, Road RepairIn some Long Island communities, residents became so enraged when trees were cut down for road projects, they sued.
Thomas Valva Case: New Attorney Calls Death 'Tragic Accident,' Says Michael Valva 'Emotionally Distraught'Prominent criminal defense attorney John LoTurco will receive $75 an hour to defend the suspended NYPD officer after multiple lawyers refused. Legal Aid does not take on homicide cases. 
Black History Month: Long Island Memorializing Freed Slave Homeowner Cato SandsLong Island once had the largest slave population of any rural area in the north for most of the Colonial Era.
Thomas Valva Case: Michael Valva Says He Can't Afford To Hire An Attorney"I just don't have the funds, and I have no idea how to represent myself," Michael Valva said.
Mobile Recovery Unit Offers Hope To Addicts In Need Of Help Coming To ThemA Mobile Recovery Unit is offering treatment to people with drug addictions in a whole new way by rolling into Long Island neighborhoods.
Suffolk County To Attempt To Ban Smoking In Private HomesIs one suburban county going too far trying to legislate what residents can and cannot do in the privacy of their own homes?