One Person Found Dead In House Fire In North MassapequaPolice say a man was found dead in a house fire in North Massapequa.
Police: Woman Accused Of Dragging Mother With Her CarPolice say 25-year-old Shaquay Minter was arguing with her mother in the driveway when her mother tried to remove her purse from the car.
Massapequa Woman Accused Of Stealing Mail From NeighborsNassau County Police say Charlee Zamora been snagging mail from unlocked mailboxes to get her hands on bank account numbers, personal checks and other pieces of personal information.
'It’s Like A Miracle:' Long Island Family Opens Its Heart & Home To Orphan From ChinaThe 2-year-old girl was born with a rare syndrome and abandoned at birth. Her fate was to live her life in a remote and rural Chinese orphanage.
Beloved Cat Saves Long Island Family From Fast-Moving House FireTheir Massapequa home went up in flames overnight, but they all got out safely after they were alerted by their cat.
LI Woman Claims Pet-Sitting Company Is Threatening To Sue Her After Losing Her DogThe dog was under the care of a sitter in Massapequa, who the family hired through the popular pet-sitting app Wag.
Massapequa Park Mayor Reverses Ruling, Allows Family To Post Missing Dog FlyersThere’s now proof you can fight City Hall -- or in this case, Village Hall. It’s all over the strategy to find a missing dog, named Buddy.
Town Of Oyster Bay Employees Train To Use Narcan, Prevent Opioid OverdosesOne Long Island town is taking action as the national opioid crisis worsens in their community.
Man Slashed Officer With Scissors After Being Kept Out Of Massapequa Bar, Police SayA man slashed a Nassau County police officer’s cheek with a pair of scissors when he was refused entry to a bar this weekend, police said.
Massapequa 6th Graders To Attend Middle SchoolNew York State has overruled last month's decision by the Massapequa school board to keep 550 soon-to-be sixth graders in elementary school.
Massapequa Students Protest School Board’s Decision To Keep Sixth Graders In Elementary SchoolHundreds of students on Long Island are spending their summer in limbo. After first preparing to move up to middle school, they have now been told they’ll return to elementary school.
Groom Arrested For Allegedly Setting Off Fireworks During Backyard WeddingNassau County Police responded to a "large loud party with fireworks" at 41 Riverdale Ave. in Massapequa after receiving noise complaints just after midnight.