Sayville N Spice: Long Island Couple Gives Historic Building New LifeA Main Street spice shop has unlikely owners. CBS2's Elle McLogan reports.
Gov. Cuomo Vows To Have State Investigate Skyrocketing Water Bills On LINew York American Water is on the hot seat over a lack of warning about its new conservation rate that was approved by the state Public Service Commission last year, raising the cost of water as customers use more.
Nassau County Health Department Issues Swimming Advisory At 19 BeachesThe rain is playing havoc with the early days of beach season on Long Island.
Seaweed Stench Sucks The Fun Out Of Going To The Beach In Point LookoutIt was a perfect beach day, but in parts of Nassau County's South Shore, seaweed has been keeping swimmers out of the water.
2 Storm-Related Deaths On LI; Roads, LIRR Service Shut DownThe monstrous blizzard was blamed for two deaths on Long Island late Saturday.
Long Island Braces For Possible Flooding, Blizzard ConditionsOfficials in Nassau and Suffolk are urging residents to stay off the roads, with some local governments issuing snow emergencies.
Flooding, Whipping Winds Plague Drivers, Residents On Long IslandThe snow, slick roads and spinouts of north suburban counties were not seen on Long Island, but drivers and residents there ran into their own problems with drenching rain and flooding.
Town Of Islip Lauds Success Of Great South Bay-Bottom Leasing Program For Oyster IndustryTown of Islip officials and bay men lauded the bay bottom-leasing program, which they credit with the rebirth of the oyster industry on Long Island's South Shore.
13 Long Island Beaches Closed To Swimming Due To Bacteria ConcernsHealth officials have closed 13 Long Island beaches to swimming because of concerns about bacteria levels.
LI Officials Launch Pilot Program To Prevent South Shore FloodingResidents contend saltwater from the Great South Bay creeps up driveways, corroding cars and damaging yards and foundations whenever they get substantial rain.
L.I. Families Enjoy Special Thanksgiving Dinner As They Await Sandy ReliefNassau County Executive Ed Mangano helped organize the dinner and in between bites he heard from Sandy victims about the difficulties that they have faced in getting government grant money.
Fast Approaching Insurance Deadline Could Trigger Flood Of Lawsuits From Sandy VictimsAn insurance deadline that could limit the options for thousands of Hurricane Sandy victims is quickly approaching and that deadline could bring a flood of lawsuits.
Disgusting Seaweed Spoils Beach At Point Lookout On Long IslandThe hot summer weather has been a mixed blessing for Long Island beaches -- bringing large crowds, but also helping to fuel the growth of unwanted seaweed.
Family Celebrates Special Independence Day After Losing Home To Sandy"The entire back foundation of our house collapsed into our basement along with half of our yard, and the entire basement was filled with water," Ann Mary Farrell told CBS 2's Cindy Hsu.
Search On For Dog That Injured Woman, Killed Puppy In Nassau CountyGeller's dog was a Yorkshire terrier named Benji, just 6 months old. He was out for a walk with Geller’s 22-year-old daughter when the young woman was set upon by a larger dog.