Coronavirus Update: Stony Brook University Receives Mask Decontamination SystemIt’s expected to start decontaminating up to 80,000 masks per day by the end of the week.
Coronavirus Update: Long Island Nurse Sees Front-Line Workers Starting To Get Sick, Says 'No One Seems To Care About Us'"Everyone who is a healthcare provider, or most people who are healthcare providers, want to help people, but we didn't sign up for this. We signed up for standards," she said.
'Star Wars' Characters Bring Holiday Cheer To Patients At Stony Brook Children's HospitalThe heroes and villains from the new "Rise of Skywalker" movie came bearing gifts for kids hospitalized both temporarily and long-term.
Stony Brook University's Immersive Display Chambers Offers A Whole New World For Doctors, ScientistsThanks to a $1 million computer upgrade, if you step into one of the University's three immersive display chambers, you can visualize tiny parts of the body supersized.
Just Weeks After Deployment, Mobile Stroke Unit Saving Lives On Long IslandIt has the ability to diagnose and even treat a stroke in progress. 
Stony Brook Medicine Unveils High-Tech Mobile Emergency Units To Treat People Suffering From StrokeNew state-of-the-art technology could help save thousands of lives in Suffolk County.
Surviving An Active Shooter Now A Course In CollegeExperts say mass shootings are now so frequent, everyone should be prepared for how to react and get to safety.
Stony Brook Residents Complain Students Are Overcrowding Illegal Off Campus HousingStudents at one of the largest SUNY campuses are being told to beware of illegal off campus housing.
Long Island Siblings' Lemonade Stand Raises Thousands For CharityLemonade stands are no longer kids’ stuff. One stand on Long Island has blossomed into a tradition, raising thousands of charitable dollars.
Brookhaven Officials Cite Student’s Death In Request For Sidewalk ExtensionThere are concerns over a sidewalk that comes to an abrupt end.
Woman, 51, Struck And Killed While Crossing Street In Stony BrookPolice said Stephanie Semler, 51, of Lake Grove, was crossing Route 347 and Moriches Road around 5 p.m., when she was hit by a Honda Civic, driven by a 25-year-old Nesconset woman.