COVID-19 Hotspots In Nassau County Cooling Off Due To Education, Outreach And TestingTargeting neighborhoods with high coronavirus infection levels is paying off, CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reported.
Long Island Homeowners Shocked By Skyrocketing Water Bills, Some Companies Say, 'This Wasn't A Surprise'The water companies pledge to review bills with complaining customers, send technicians to inspect and test meters, and suggest homeowners have plumbers check for leaks.
Republican Andrew Garbarino, Democrat Jackie Gordon In Neck-And-Neck Race To Replace Retiring Congressman Peter King On Long IslandMany voters say Peter King will be missed. Now they want to choose a candidate with the insight and sound reasoning to represent a new generation of Long Islanders.
Cleanup Finally Begins In Suffolk County 'Operation: Pay Dirt' Illegal Dumping CaseThe criminal defendants are responsible for the cost to remediate the contaminated soil in Suffolk County.
Long Island's Anthony DeLucia Pursues His Dream Of Creating Custom Cleats For New York Mets, YankeesAnthony DeLucia custom paints cleats in all colors, designs and logos, and he got a break when pro-athlete New York Met Pete Alonso wore DeLucia's shoes at the All-Star Game.
Topping Off Ceremony Held As Construction Progresses On New Belmont Park ArenaFriday marked a milestone in the march to deliver thousands of jobs and billions in economic activity to Nassau County.
Start Of Deer Mating Season Means Drivers Face Increased Risk Of Striking Animals; Suffolk Ranks Near Top For Animal Crashes In New York StateOctober marks the beginning of deer mating season, when the animals are active and more likely to leap onto roads.
Northwell Health CEO Declares Racism A Public Health CrisisThe largest private employer in New York state is pledging to do something to bridge the divide.
Lawrence Emerges As COVID-19 Hot Spot On Long IslandThe governor is urging faith leaders to keep strict guidelines in place over the coming holiday weekend to stop the spread.
Selden, N.Y Community Surprises Disabled Marine With New, State Of The Art HouseA disabled marine bound to a wheelchair, but filled with boundless energy, now has a new outlook on life and gratitude to the community around him.
Diocese Of Rockville Centre Files For Bankruptcy Amid Sexual Abuse LawsuitsRockville Centre is the latest of more than 20 Catholic dioceses in the nation to file for bankruptcy in the face of lawsuits over sexual abuse.
Judge Sentences Thomas Murphy In Drunk-Driving Killing Of Boy Scout Andrew McMorris To 8 1/3 To 25 YearsA man convicted in a drunk-driving crash that killed a Boy Scout on Long Island was sentenced to prison on Wednesday.
Looming N.Y. Budget Cuts Have Families Of Loved Ones In Group Homes Concerned About Quality Of LifeMore than 100,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities live in group homes. They rage in age from 3 to 99.
Hempstead School District Blames State, Federal Governments For Students Left Without Remote Learning DevicesRemote learning is underway for the district's 6,500 students. Yet, fewer than half in Hempstead Village have been provided laptops or devices.
Schools: The New Normal | City Residents Migrating To East End Of Long Island In Search Of In-Person LearningOn the East End of Long Island, many school districts are scrambling to find extra space and teachers.