Suffolk Considering Law That Would Ban Employers From Asking About Criminal Convictions Until Late In Hiring ProcessSome legislators in the suburbs are uncomfortable with a proposal to prohibit private businesses from asking job applicants about their criminal history.
Parking Meter Fight Intensifying In Long Island HamletAre new parking meters in one suburban community a cash cow for the town and turn off to shoppers and restaurant goers?
A 'Cinderella' Moment: Marine Saves Newborn Deer, Helps Unite Fawn With New MotherA newborn fawn is alive thanks to a Good Samaritan who delivered the fragile baby from its dying mother, performed CPR, and helped it find a home.
WHO Recognizes Video Game Addiction As A Legitimate DisorderStudies show those vulnerable are unable to stop playing, even when it interferes with their lives. 
Good Samaritan Saves Mother, 3 Children From Alleged Hostage Situation At Long Island Gas StationThe mother, her 13-year-old boy and 3-year-old twins, both on the autistic spectrum, were locked in a black sedan that pulled into a Mobil station in Roslyn Heights, police said.
From Barbecues To Parades, Exploring The Many Traditions Of Memorial DayCBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports on the many traditions New Yorkers have on Memorial Day.
Jones Beach Welcomes Kick-Off To Summer, Preps For Weekend Air ShowJones Beach State Park, now marking its 90th anniversary, is already filled with families getting a jump on the early weekend celebrations.
Fed-Up Commuters Want To Know When LIRR Will Put Into Service Promised New Fleet Of Electric CarsProblems plaguing the Long Island Rail Road appear to be getting worse. The newest fleet of trains are delayed again, due to ongoing testing.
Overwhelming Support From The Community Helps Save 165-Year-Old Methodist Church In Bay ShoreSome prayers have been answered, thanks to a little faith in fundraising. A historic church with a tiny congregation in desperate need of repairs is getting help from anonymous donors.
Long Island School District Hopes To Pass Budget That Calls For 40-Plus Percent Increase In TaxesIt's decision day in school districts across Long Island.
3 Long Island School Districts Close Sections Of Buildings After Tests Reveal Presence Of Mercury VaporsSeveral Long Island districts have shut down portions of school buildings after tests found mercury vapors coming from synthetic, rubber-like polyurethane flooring.