Long Island Woman Who Fled Nazi Germany Struggling To Get Documentation For REAL IDThe rush is on to get REAL ID drivers licenses, which will be required after Oct. 1 to board an airplane. But one Long Island woman says the new requirements are onerous and inhumane.
2 Men Arrested In Plainview Fatal Shooting Also Linked To Route 80 Homicide InvestigationThe two men, members of the Latin Kings gang, are charged with murder in connection to the deaths of two area men in two separate incidents.
Consumer Alert: Phone Scammers Relentlessly Targeting PSEG Long Island CustomersIf you've gotten more scam calls lately, you're not alone. PSEG Long Island said it has been seeing a 50% jump in phony solicitations.
Man Fatally Shot In PlainviewPolice say the victim was driving and pulled over in front of a home on Margaret Drive in Plainview around 5:30 p.m.
LI Man Wanted For 3 Robberies Arrested After Leading Police On Chase, CrashingOfficers used a taser to subdue him and take him into custody.
Police: LI Man Shoots Teen While Cleaning Unlicensed Handgun, Crashes On Way To HospitalPolice said 25-year-old Brian Gregg shot his stepbrother’s friend in the neck around 7 p.m. Thursday in Plainview.
Chaotic Chain Of Events Starts With Teen Shot, Ends With 5 Injured In Multi-Car Accident On Long IslandPolice say it started when a 25-year-old man was cleaning his gun at his home and it accidentally went off, hitting a 17-year-old in the neck.
Car Crashes Through Wall Into House In Long IslandA chain reaction crash sent a car slamming into a home right through a wall around 10 a.m. Friday.
Armed Robber Foiled 4 Times In 1 Hour On Long IslandAn armed robber was foiled four times in less than an hour this week, as managers and customers of Long Island establishments refused to give in to his demands.
Driver Charged, Woman Injured In Wrong-Way Crash On The Long Island ExpresswayA driver going the wrong way on the Long Island Expressway crashed into another car on Monday.
Long Island Water Tested For Cancer Causing Chemical Found In DetergentIt's widely used in consumer products such as detergents and shampoos, but can drain and leech into Long Island's aquifers.