Only On 2: Lawmaker Proposes Fixes To Dangerous Suffolk County IntersectionIn one Long Island town there's a dangerous intersection known as "five corners." The intersecting roads get people to places like the mall or school, but changes could be coming.
MTA Says On-Time Performance Up, Along With Security And Safety WorriesLast month subways had the best on-time arrival in seven years. Service also improved for Metro-North and the Long Island Rail Road.
Licensed Massage Businesses In Long Island Town Miffed At Proposed Law Targeting Spas Connected To Sex TradeSome say the attempt at closing down spas that promote sex work is penalizing and discriminating against lawful, licensed businesses.
FBI Reopening 30-Year-Old Cold Case Involving Murder Of Suffolk County DetectiveDet. Wustenhoff's funeral was 30 years ago this week. Police at the time described his death as an assassination, possibly linked to his work as an undercover narcotics detective.
Police Arrest 17-Year-Old In Killing Of Planned MS-13 Trial Witness In New CasselA 17-year-old boy has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of man who had reportedly been preparing to testify against alleged MS-13 gang members.
LI Assisted Living Facility Worker Accused Of Striking 92-Year-Old WomanThe suspect was arrested at her home Tuesday night and charged with assault, endangering an incompetent person and endangering the welfare of the elderly.
Long Island Father Returns From Deployment In Afghanistan, Surprises Daughter At School For Valentine's DayThe two haven't seen each other in person since last June at her school's father/daughter dance.
'P.S. I Love You Day' Celebrates Kindness, Aims To Address Crisis In Mental HealthA 23-year-old Long Islander launched the day to teach kids how to get help, to prevent suicide, to recognize depression, to stand up to bullying.
Lindenhurst Considers Noise Meters To Help Bring Peace And QuietThey could be coming to your town: Noise laws to regulate specific sounds.
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.
Legally Blind Long Island Cheerleader An Inspiration: 'She Never Lets Anything Stand In Her Way'Bianca McEvoy can fly, she can tumble, and help lead her team to victory. She does it all with a smile, but without one of her senses.
New Hempstead Town Supervisor Donald Clavin Eliminating Some Government Take-Home VehiclesMany of the town of Hempstead government vehicles will be offered for sale.
Seen On Video: ATV Riders Wanted For Tearing Up Lawn On Long IslandVideo shows five suspects riding four ATVs, cutting doughnuts and figure-eights on the snow-covered lawn.
Long Island Civic Group Fighting Back Against Zoning That Would Allow High-Rise Self Storage FacilitiesSelf storage warehouses are moving into our area at a steady clip and one Long Island community group says it's sick of them.
Dredging Work Begins To Protect Southampton With Dune Road ProjectThe federal government is coming to the rescue of businesses and fishermen on Long Island's East End with a massive project to restore dunes.