House Of Representatives Passes Build Back Better Bill That Raises SALT Deductions Cap From $10,000 To $80,000The measure now heads to the U.S. Senate, where changes could be made, including restricting the relief to those earning less than $400,000.
LIRR Service Restored After Massive Fire At Westbury Garbage FacilityService was suspended between Hicksville and Mineola on the Port Jefferson and Ronkonkoma branches as crews worked to bring the fire under control.
LIRR Service Partially Suspended Due To Garbage Facility Fire In WestburyService was suspended in both directions between Hicksville and Jamaica on the Ronkonkoma and Port Jefferson branches.
Vehicle Crashes Into Westbury Office BuildingIt happened around 7 p.m. Thursday on Post Avenue.
Long Island Woman Sues Home Depot, Says She Was Denied Job Due To Having Medical Marijuana CardFelita Dobbins said she was on the brink of being hired by Home Depot until she disclosed her medical marijuana registry identification card issued by the state Department of Health.
Storm Watch: Frigid Cold And Freezing Rain Make For Slick Road ConditionsWhile the storm wasn't the biggest of the season, it still packed a punch. From salt shortages on Long Island, to vaccine issues across New York State, problems popped up all over.
Dangerous Long Island Grade Crossing Replaced As Part Of Years-Long Effort To Make LIRR SaferIt took six months to carve out the road under the tracks, but it has been decades in the making with six fatal crashes along the stretch in 10 years.
Long Island Soccer Coach Accused Of Having Sexual Contact With 16-Year-OldNassau County police say the sexual contact with the 16-year-old girl took place on two occasions in Westbury.
Irina Zaretti, Who Immigrated To New York In 1954, Celebrates 100th Birthday With Family, Friends On Long IslandThe matriarch of a unique Italian-American family was crowned 100-years-old Friday. Irina Zaretti, 100, told CBS2's Jennifer McLogan that her life is nothing but splendid.
Long Island Food Banks Trying To Keep Up With Rising Food InsecurityThe coronavirus pandemic caused a massive strain on our region's food banks, which are trying to keep up with demand. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports some predict the need will linger far beyond the current health crisis.
Coronavirus Farming: Don't Want To Go To Grocery Stores? Here Are Tips For Planting Cold- And Warm-Weather VeggiesWhile stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, you may want to put that time to use by doing something that can help feed your family.
Coronavirus Update: Family Members Of Those With Alzheimer's, Dementia Face New Struggles Amid CrisisMany now feel trapped in their own homes without any help. Structure, routine and stability need to be offered in new ways.
Long Island Church, Mosque Join To Celebrate What Different Faiths Have In CommonThe spirit of Christmas came alive on Long Island as a mosque and a church joined to spread holiday cheer to hundreds of members of the Westbury community.
Cops And Kids Go Holiday Shopping Together As Part Of 'Heroes & Helpers' ProgramFifty kids from the Westbury School District went on a holiday shopping spree with police officers.
Fire Engulfs Popular Harvest Diner In WestburyA popular diner in Nassau County will be partially demolished after an early morning fire burned through the building on Thursday.