Four People Jump From Burning Boat On Long IslandThe incident started near the Danford's Hotel & Marina dock in Port Jefferson as a jet skier helped rescue the boaters.
LIRR Service Restored On Port Jefferson Branch Following Earlier SuspensionService was suspended for a time in both directions between Huntington and Port Jefferson due to an unauthorized person on the tracks being struck by a train.
Man Dies After Car Goes Into Water At Port Jefferson MarinaA man was rescued Monday night after, but later died, after his a car went into the water at Port Jefferson Marina.
Cause Of Fires At Vacant Factory And Home In Port Jefferson Under InvestigationBecause of the timeline and close proximity of the fires, arson investigators have ruled this as criminal in nature.
LIRR Service Restored After Train Derailment In New Hyde Park"I thank all of the employees who worked around the clock to restore train service so commuters can get where they need to go as easily and efficiently as possible," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
Man Who Went Missing After Boat Capsized On LI Sound Found DeadOfficials found the body of Charles Petrie, 80, of Holtsville, Tuesday but were initially unable to find James Bilello, 73, of Bay Shore.
1 Man Dead, 1 Missing After Boat Overturns In Long Island SoundThe U.S. Coast Guard late Tuesday was looking for a missing man after a capsized boat was found near Jefferson Harbor.
Service Restored With Delays On 3 LIRR Branches After Person Hit By Train Near Mineola StationLong Island Rail Road commuters are facing a messy morning commute after service on three branches was snarled Thursday morning.
Family Members, Friends Search On Foot For Queens Man Missing In LI Plane CrashGerson Salmon-Negron, 23, went missing after a plane crashed in Suffolk County, Long Island on Feb. 20.
LI Man Dies After Crashing Lamborghini Into Pole, Police SayA Long Island man was killed after his Lamborghini went off-road and hit into a pole, police said.
Port Jefferson Ban On Hookah Lounges, Tattoo Parlors, Strip Clubs Draws Mixed ReviewsVillage officials say the ban is largely over concerns about illegal activity that such businesses might bring.
Thousands Still Without Power After Intense Storm On Long IslandThe utility said the majority of the remaining outages are in Brookhaven, Smithtown and Southold, all of which sustained severe damage to trees, power lines and utility poles.