NYPD Officer David Afanador Facing Charges For Allegedly Firing Gun On Long Island BeachThis isn't the first time the 39-year-old officer has been in trouble with the law.
Strong Winds, Flooding Concerns On Long Island As Winter Storm Blankets RegionHigh winds and flooding are cause for concern on Long Island as the powerful nor'easter blankets the region in snow.
Long Beach Residents Stunned To Learn Of $130 Million Judgment Against City For Revoking Permit On Oceanfront CondosLong Beach in Nassau County has been in fiscal trouble for years.
Shark Sighting Reported At Atlantic Beach After Multiple Sightings On Long Island's South Shore, False Alarm Reported At Jones BeachTown of Hempstead beaches will allow people in the water up to their knees, but Long Beach beaches are still closed.
'I Pray That My Mom And Dad Are Smiling Down': Long Island Teenagers Team Up To Rebuild Community Leader's House Decimated By Hurricane SandyA group of Long Island teenage girls, Habitat For Humanity and Orthodox Union's Project Community are teaming up to rebuild the house of a community leader decimated by Hurricane Sandy eight years ago.
Some Long Island Beaches Closed Over Shark SightingsThere have been at least three shark sightings Monday.
Long Beach Rolling Out New Social Distancing RulesBeaches will begin closing at 8 p.m., and boardwalks will close at 9 p.m. The city will also no longer sell non-resident beach passes for weekends.
Swimmer Dies After Water Rescue In Long BeachAround 7 p.m. Thursday, multiple 911 calls reported a swimmer in distress near Monroe Boulevard.
Memorial Day Looks A Little Different Than Usual At Long Beach Due To Resident-Only Beach PermitsIt was pretty packed in Long Beach, with no parking spots in sight, and on the main street businesses are happy to have the traffic, reported CBS2's Tara Jakeway. But on the beach itself, it was a very different story.
Long Beach Man Accused Of Trying To Sell Resident-Only Beach PassesAccording to police, Damian Davidson bought four resident-only seasonal beach passes for $140 each and allegedly posted an ad on Craigslist offering to sell them for $250 per.
Nassau Passes Law Banning Non-Residents From Using County Beach, Some Towns Announce New Social Distancing RulesLong Island officials say it's not a matter of "not in my backyard." It's a matter of health and safety. They cannot have city residents flooding limited beach space.
Long Island Lifeguards Ready For Beaches To Open On FridayBeaches open Friday, and the lifeguard chairs will be occupied .
Coronavirus Cabin Fever: Crowds Flock To Central Park Even As Social Distancing Enforcement Remains In EffectSome were social distancing, some weren't. Most were wearing masks, but not everyone.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau County Testing Results Now Online As Long Island Approaches 'The Steepest Part Of The Curve'Up until now, some have been waiting 10 days for results, calling into question the accuracy of the numbers of positive cases.
3 Overhead Lights Fall Along Long Beach Boardwalk, Dozens More In Danger Of Coming DownCity officials say heavy winds and the salt in the air damaged the screws that hold the lights in place.