Attorney General Letitia James Sues Cemetery Monument Companies Accused Of Scamming Dozens Of New YorkersNew York Attorney General Letitia James announced Friday that she filed a lawsuit against Polanco Monuments and Heavenly Monuments for failing to provide families with the tombstones and other burial monuments they purchased.
Petition Proposes Creating New Area Code On Long IslandA projection shows that available numbers starting with 516 will run out by the end of 2023.
Long Island Man Accused Of Sexually Abusing 12-Year-Old Girl Inside Dollar Tree StoreThe 40-year-old was arrested Thursday at his Franklin Square home.
Theater Renaissance Hits Long Island, Thanks To Local ProducersThere is unbridled enthusiasm in Long Island's growing theatrical community. After an 18-month-long shutdown, new regional and professional troupes are performing again.
Exclusive: Long Island Family Demanding Answers After Video Shows Woman Run Over Freeport Man TwiceA life was cut short in a strip mall parking lot, but was it simply a tragic accident or a crime?
New Flood Mitigation Projects Kicking Off On Long Island In Wake Of Ida's DamageTwenty million dollars in infrastructure improvements are targeting drainage in Lawrence, Cedarhurst, Bay Park, Lido Beach, East Rockaway and Baldwin.
Man Shot To Death In Elmont, Nassau County Police InvestigatingOfficers responded to a report of shots fired at a Long Island home Friday evening.
Remembering 9/11: Sunrise Ceremony Held At Point Lookout Beach Memorial For Long Island Residents Lost In AttacksThe memorial includes a Remembrance Wall for loved ones to write messages honoring the 497 Long Island residents who lost their lives.
'20 Years Doesn't Make It Any Easier': Ceremonies Honoring 9/11 Victims Held Throughout Tri-State AreaNassau County has unveiled a new monument in its 9/11 memorial. The new one pays tribute to the first responders who lost their lives to illness in the years since.
Nassau County Offering Diversion Programs For Low-Level Criminal Offenders Instead Of Sending Them To CourtThe launch was prompted by an 8,000-case backlog with 10% of them eligible for diversion.
Mitchel Field Gymnasium Undergoing Renovation To Enhance Services For Long Island Veterans, Military FamiliesThe base has a commissary, health facilities and an outdoor playground for the many veterans and military families. But the decades-old gym has been unusable.
Ida Remnants Collapse Retaining Walls, Flood Homes With Sewage On Nassau County's North ShoreLong Island's highest rain total was in Glen Cove, where streets looked like rivers and a downtown garage was deluged.
Suffolk County Issues Stern Warning To Motorists: Stop For School Buses Or You Could Be Hit With Hefty FineMost school buses in Suffolk County are now equipped with cameras on their stop sign arms, and hefty fines await those who ignore them.
Bobb Howard's: Auto Repair And Old-Fashioned Candy In New Hyde Park"Kids, years ago, would come here after school to get their candy. Now, they're bringing their children in to get candy," owner Eileen Caplin Wysel told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Jericho Schools First On Long Island To Welcome Students BackSchool is back in session for some students on Long Island.