37 People Test Positive For COVID-19 After Long Island Sweet Sixteen, County Executive Calls Party 'A Superspreader Event'Twenty-eight students and nine adults tested positive for COVID-19, 270 people were placed under quarantine, and eight schools had positive case.
Start Of Deer Mating Season Means Drivers Face Increased Risk Of Striking Animals; Suffolk Ranks Near Top For Animal Crashes In New York StateOctober marks the beginning of deer mating season, when the animals are active and more likely to leap onto roads.
Suffolk County Considering Raising Smoking Age To 25It could become the toughest smoking law in the nation. A bill would raise the legal smoking age in the county to 25.
'Back The Blue' Rally In Suffolk County Draws More Than 1,000 Supporters Of Law EnforcementIt was a chance to show appreciation for law enforcement -- and address recent protests against police.
Police: 7-Eleven Clerk Charged After Stabbing Shoplifter To Death Following Chase Outside Suffolk County StorePolice are investigating if the thief was armed and if the clerk was threatened. They are advising against taking the law into your own hands.
Suffolk County Man Gets 9 1/2 Years In Prison For Running Sex Trafficking Operation In Parents' BasementA Suffolk County man is headed to prison for a decade on sex trafficking charges prosecutors call unthinkable.
Schools: The New Normal | City Residents Migrating To East End Of Long Island In Search Of In-Person LearningOn the East End of Long Island, many school districts are scrambling to find extra space and teachers.
Long Islanders Looking For Green Alternatives Going Car Free For A Day After Study Says Counties' Traffic Delays Could DoubleA new report says traffic on Long Island wastes billion of dollars and millions of hours every year.
Without Help From Feds, Suffolk County Executive Bellone Warns Of Massive Cuts To Education, Police Department, MoreWithout federal disaster relief now, cuts, layoffs and furloughs could begin in January, Bellone warned.
LIRR Officials Warn Of 'Severe Cuts' To Service If Aid Doesn't Come From Federal GovernmentRoads clogged with cars. Trains that come once an hour. Those are some of the dire predictions in a new Metropolitan Transportation Authority report.
Schools: The New Normal | Long Island Students Set To Begin New Year Filled With All Kinds Of Safety MeasuresThe end of Labor Day Weekend means the start of the school year for many families on Long Island.
COVID-19 Infection Rate Below 1% In New York State For 29th Straight Day, Officials SayOver 99,700 coronavirus test results were reported to New York state on Friday. The governor says 801, or .8%, were positive.
Gov. Cuomo Orders Investigation After Brookhaven Fire Truck Seen Displaying Confederate Flag
4 Seriously Burned In Fire Pit Explosion In HamptonsA man and a woman were airlifted to the burn unit at Stony Brook University Hospital in serious condition, police said.
Parents, Students, Elected Officials Rally To Save Fall Sports In Nassau CountyNassau County's Council of Superintendents recently voted to postpone all high school sports until January.