Residents Report Open Mail, Missing Gift Cards In SmithtownThe U.S. Postal Service is investigating dozens of complaints of mail tampering on Long Island.
Long Island Couple Thanks First Responders After Scary DeliveryA Long Island couple got the chance to thank the first responders who help deliver their baby boy.
Trial Begins For Rockville Centre Police Officer Accused Of AssaultA Rockville Centre officer charged with assault and other charges in connection with an altercation with two brothers outside a bar is set to go on trial Wednesday.
Nassau County Surgeon Accused Of Choking NursePolice say Venkatesh Sasthakonar approached the victim from behind and wrapped an elastic cord around her neck.
2 Jericho H.S. Students Named Finalists In Regeneron Science CompetitionTwo very smart Jericho High School students have made the finalist list for the Regeneron Science and Math Competition.
Long Island School Board Votes Against Adding Muslim Holidays To CalendarA Long Island school board has voted against adding two Muslim holidays to its calendar.
LIRR President Explains How Railroad Has Been Plagued For MonthsAnyone who has ridden the Long Island Rail Road in the last few months can tell you it has been rough at times, with delays and cancellations.
Judge Tosses Lawsuit By Long Beach Residents Seeking Return Of Sandy Relief MoneyLong Beach, Long Island residents who were looking to have $155 million of Superstorm Sandy relief money returned have had their lawsuit dismissed.
Man Hailed As Hero After Saving Woman From LIRR TracksA man is being called a hero for helping a woman who fell onto the tracks after she was attacked at a Long Island Rail Road station.
Data Breach At Testing Vendor Exposes 52 NY StudentsA data breach at testing vendor Questar Assessment exposed personal information of about 52 students in five New York schools, state Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia said Thursday.
Woman Falls Onto LIRR Tracks After Man Punches Her In Face In Central IslipA good Samaritan rescued a fellow commuter who fell onto the tracks after she was punched in the face by a man at a Long Island Rail Road train station.
More Long Island Millennials Find Themselves Living With ParentsSome say you can never go back home again, but new statistics show that more millennials are moving in with their parents – especially on Long Island.
Curran Signs Executive Order Cracking Down On Corruption In Nassau CountyNassau County Executive Laura Curran signed an executive order Wednesday, barring appointed members of her administration from holding leadership positions in a political party or donating to her campaign.
17 Alleged MS-13 Gang Members Indicted On Murder, Drug ChargesA grand jury indicted 17 alleged members and associates of the notoriously violent MS-13 gang on charges including murder and drug trafficking.
Dangerous Flu Virus Spreads Across 46 StatesThe flu virus is spreading rapidly across the country, causing more deaths and hospitalizations.