Many Tri-State Area Residents Pleased Religion And Its Values Likely To Be Influential In Biden-Harris AdministrationCatholics around the world are reacting to the historic moment. Following John F. Kennedy, Joe Biden on Wednesday became only the second Catholic president in the history of the United States.
Long Island Community Honors Fallen NYPD Detective Steven McDonald 4 Years After DeathDet. Steven McDonald's widow, Patti-Ann, and the couple's son, Conor, helped unveil a commemorative sign at McDonald Pond in Hempstead Lake State Park.
Programming Note: Midnight Mass From St. Agnes Cathedral In Rockville Centre To Appear On WLNY-TVThe coverage begins at 11:30 p.m. on WLNY. 
Diocese Of Rockville Centre Files For Bankruptcy Amid Sexual Abuse LawsuitsRockville Centre is the latest of more than 20 Catholic dioceses in the nation to file for bankruptcy in the face of lawsuits over sexual abuse.
Bigelow's In Rockville Centre: Frying Clams Since 1939"This is another extension of our house," co-owner Anthony Andreolas told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
'They Were Lovely People, Very Friendly': Rockville Centre Remembers Ruth Bader Ginsburg And House She Got Married InCBS2's Jennifer McLogan went to Rockville Centre to talk with residents about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her husband Marty and the house they got married in on Long Island.
New State Monitor Appointed In Hempstead School DistrictHempstead has long been cited as one of the most struggling school districts in the state and nation.
Parade Of Vehicles Celebrates Long Island 5-Year-Old Leukemia Survivor's Last TreatmentThe little boy just had a final spinal tap, which officially ended his leukemia treatments after a three year battle. 
Down Syndrome Group Partnering With L.I. College To Improve Google's Voice Recognition TechnologySome Long Islanders are helping to teach Google how to better understand them.
Long Island High School Football Coach Suspended For Running Up Score During Battle Of Unbeaten TeamsIt's an unusual rule designed to protect teams from demoralizing defeat, but in this case it is controversial.
Elementary Students Taught To 'Think Pink' For Breast Cancer Awareness MonthThe students at Riverside Elementary started the day by planting flowers that will bloom pink outside the school in Rockville Centre.