Woman Killed, Man Seriously Injured After Being Hit By Car In Long BeachThe woman, 57, was walking with a 60-year-old man across East Park Avenue at around 12:30 a.m. when a car hit them. 
Piano 'Wonder Child' To Play With High School Students In NYS CompetitionWhen it comes to playing the piano, you might call Jesse Hubbs a wonder child. The 11-year-old Long Island boy hasn’t even graduated from middle school, but next week he could have a title that’s meant for high school seniors.
Long Island Couple Facing Murder Charges After Victim Of Vicious Attack DiesRalph Keppler, a 27-year-old former correction officer, and Francesca Kiel, 21, were arrested Sunday in Lynbrook.
Long Beach Marks 6 Years Of Rebuilding Since Hurricane SandyDespite $10 of millions in damages, officials in the ocean-side community says they have come a long way.
Police, Lifeguards Warn: Rip Currents At Local Beaches Are Very Dangerous Due To FlorenceFlorence is hundreds of miles away and weakening, but it's still impacting the shores in our area.
Special Needs Surfers: 'Riding Those Waves Makes Me Feel Free'Thanks to a program trading land for sea, kids with cerebral palsy and other special needs are surfing, and the benefits are physical and especially psychological.
Search Suspended For Missing Swimmer Off Long BeachRescue teams scoured the water by boat joined by patrols along the beach but late in the day, officials announced they had suspended the search for Gibbons.
Body Of Young Child Recovered Off Long BeachPolice say the body was recovered 250 yards off Lincoln Boulevard Beach.
CBS2 Exclusive: Father Of Missing Boy Says He Didn’t Know Sons Were Going To Long BeachTwo young brothers went into the water off Long Beach on Long Island, but only one came out alive.
Newly Elevated Homes Are Eliminating Parking Spots In Long BeachRebuilding after Superstorm Sandy has had an unintended toll in one Long Island beach community.
Long Beach School District Eliminating ‘Traditional’ Homework For Elementary StudentsA big change is coming soon to one Long Island school district. Starting in September, public elementary school students in Long Beach will no longer have “traditional” homework.