Nassau County Uses $1 Million Grant For Dozens Of License Plate ReadersLicense plate readers are now being used by law enforcement across Long Island as an intelligence tool, collecting data for crime trends and using it to solve homicides and robberies.
Laura Curran Touts Progress Slowing Coronavirus Cases In Five Towns AreaShe says in Lawrence, over the last week, the number of positive cases has dropped 25%, and down 75% over the last three weeks. 
Polls Open For 2nd Day Of Early, In-Person Voting In New YorkThe governor and his team were aware of three to five hour wait times confirming that became the weekend's biggest complaint, but his staff explained locations were limited by design over fears of spreading COVID.
Long Island Poll Sites Ready For Influx Of Early VotersWith COVID rules in place, dozens of early voting sites will be open through next weekend.
COVID-19 Hotspots In Nassau County Cooling Off Due To Education, Outreach And TestingTargeting neighborhoods with high coronavirus infection levels is paying off, CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reported. 
Stew Leonard's In One Long Island Town Trying Halloween Drive-Thru Display To Keep People SafeHalloweens is looking a little different this year. With social distancing, parents and local leaders are trying to figure out safe and spooky ways to celebrate.
Nassau County Hosts First 'Faith And Blue Weekend' To Strengthen Police-Community RelationsThe event took place in church parking lots and allowed police to showcase what they do as well as interact with the community.
Human Remains Found On Long Island Believed To Be MS-13 VictimInvestigators believe the victim was murdered by MS-13 gang members sometime in 2016 or 2017.
Lawrence Emerges As COVID-19 Hot Spot On Long IslandThe governor is urging faith leaders to keep strict guidelines in place over the coming holiday weekend to stop the spread.
Bay Park Sewage Treatment Plant Gets Long-Awaited Fix After Flooding Homes, Polluting Water Since Failing During Superstorm SandyAfter years of putrid odors and some of the worst nitrogen pollution in the country, the Bay Park Wastewater Treatment Plant, which serves half-a-million residents in Nassau County, has a long-awaited fix.
Nassau County Judge Dismisses Property Tax Lawsuit Claiming New Assessments Violate Constitutional RightsSean McCarthy, of Massapequa, will have to pay $11,000 more in property taxes than his neighbors on his newly built home.
Analysis Names Nassau County Safest Community In AmericaNassau County got a perfect score in "per capita spending for health and emergency services."
Long Islanders Looking For Green Alternatives Going Car Free For A Day After Study Says Counties' Traffic Delays Could DoubleA new report says traffic on Long Island wastes billion of dollars and millions of hours every year.
Long Island Launches Fight The Flu 2020 Campaign, Encourages Residents To Get Flu Shots EarlyThe new Fight the Flu 2020 campaign emphasizes the importance of being immunized, especially during the pandemic.
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.