Cardi B And Sister Sued Over Encounter At Smith Point Beach; Plaintiffs Claim They Were Targeted For Wearing MAGA HatThe suit claims Cardi B's sister Hennessy Carolina and her partner Michelle Diaz assaulted and harassed three beachgoers at Smith Point Beach. 
Police: Woman Steals $1,500 Handbag From East Hampton ShopAuthorities want your help bagging a bag bandit.
'They Were Lovely People, Very Friendly': Rockville Centre Remembers Ruth Bader Ginsburg And House She Got Married InCBS2's Jennifer McLogan went to Rockville Centre to talk with residents about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her husband Marty and the house they got married in on Long Island.
World Gratitude Day: Miniature Horses Pay Long Island Medical Workers Special Visit In Show Of GratitudeOn Long Island, CBS2's Vanessa Murdock found out how gratitude is being shown and asked others what they're grateful for.
Town Of Hempstead Gets More Cares Act Money Than Nassau County; 'The County Should Certainly Be Getting A Lot More'A demographics lesson is apparently needed in Washington, where the smaller town within the county got more COVID relief funds.
Man Charged With Drunk Driving On Long Island Expressway With Children In CarPolice said they pulled Bryan Ramirez over for changing lanes unsafely, then discovered a 2-year-old and a 6-year-old in the car.
Schools: The New Normal | Parents Turning To Private 'Learning Pods' To Supplement Remote LearningThe coronavirus pandemic has hatched a bumper crop of "learning pods." They're groups of children educated or tutored outside of formal school, with privately hired teachers.
Longwood High School Closed Friday After Student Tests Positive For COVID-19Most other schools in the district will remain open, except for Charles E. Walters Elementary School.
Quirk In Nassau County's Property Tax Assessment Sticks Homeowners With Shockingly High Bills; 'It Equates To Legalized Stealing'It was supposed to fix a flawed, decade old tax assessment system, but some homeowners in Nassau County said the fix is even worse.
LIRR Officials Warn Of 'Severe Cuts' To Service If Aid Doesn't Come From Federal GovernmentRoads clogged with cars. Trains that come once an hour. Those are some of the dire predictions in a new Metropolitan Transportation Authority report.
Some Long Islanders Going Native, Replacing Lawns With Plants In Effort To Attract Wildlife And Cut Maintenance CostsThe suburban landscape is looking a little different in parts of Long Island.