Questionable Arrests By Veteran Officer Lead To Reduced, Dismissed Charges In Over 50 CasesThe veteran officer retired from his 20-year police career in March of 2018.
Officers Help Deliver Baby At Long Island HomeThe woman's husband didn't think she would make it to the hospital in time and called 911 for help.
Nassau County Republicans Propose 'Taxpayer Bill Of Rights' To Combat Property Tax ReassessmentThe massive property tax reassessment on Long Island earlier this year could force thousands of residents to pay thousands more in property taxes next year.
Couple Arrested In Mineola For Extreme Animal Cruelty After 2 Puppies Die, 3rd HurtThe Nassau County district attorney is calling a case of animal cruelty "unthinkable and horrific" as a young married couple are accused in the deaths of two puppies and near death of a third.
Nassau County Police Gear Up For Long Island MarathonThe Long Island Marathon is this weekend. Runners are getting ready, and so is the Nassau County Police Department.
5-Year Phase-In Possible As Many Nassau Homeowners Deal With Reality Of Unfavorable Tax ReassessmentProperty tax reassessment has many homeowners in Nassau County riled.
Tuition-Free Medical School Is Coming To Long IslandMost primary care physicians don't make the big bucks, which is a reason why there is a nationwide shortage. Now, one school has a plan to alleviate the problem.
State Comptroller's Audit Criticizes Outside Agency Hired By LIRR To Combat Homeless Problem At StationsWhat was supposed to help with the homelessness problem in and around Long Island Rail Road train stations, may be causing more problems for people in need and commuters alike.
Long Island Mother Battles To Keep Her Son Off ChemotherapyThe boy's mother is waging the fight in court because she says her son is in remission, and continued chemotherapy will only harm him. 
Nassau DA: Contractor Arrested For Stealing $110K From ChurchA Freeport man has been arrested after he allegedly stole more than $100,000 from a Long Island church.
Nassau Police Announce Reduction In Opioid Overdoses Thanks To 'Operation Natalie'Officials say the numbers are down in part due to a new initiative named after a teenager whose death was the first to highlight the ever-worsening crisis.