New Yorkers must stay at home through April 29, the governor says.
Fashion designer Naeem Khan, known for dressing some of the world's biggest celebs, and lavish wedding dresses, put his team to work to craft protective masks for frontline workers.
The growth of coronavirus cases on Long Island is concerning local officials as the apex is expected next week.
One doctor on Long Island called the coronavirus is the most catastrophic crisis of his nearly four-decade career.
Restaurants in the Tristate Region are stepping up, and doing their part to help healthcare workers while on they're on the job. Companies like SUBWAY are serving up hundreds of boxed lunches. Just Salad is donating 5,000 meals-a-day to Mt. Sinai, and Blackbarn Restaurant is pitching in for Bellevue Hospital.
Medical students from across Long Island are deciding to graduate early in order to get out onto the front lines of battling the coronavirus pandemic.
Medical students from across Long Island are joining the fight against coronavirus, graduating early to help battle the pandemic.
A temporary emergency food distribution center opened on Glen Cove Wednesday to help meet the growing demand for food assistance during the coronavirus pandemic.
Northwell Health is using 3D-printed parts to turn bilevel positive airway pressure machines into ventilators.
As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise and this crisis appears to have no definitive end date, many New Yorkers are flocking to their summer homes for refuge. And many of those communities don't want them. Reported by Teresa Priolo
In less than two weeks, the coronavirus has claimed six lives at one Long Island retirement community and left residents there isolated from loved-ones barred from visiting.
On Friday officials announced at least 4,657 cases of novel coronavirus confirmed in Nassau County and at least 3,385 in Suffolk. And as New York approaches the anticipated peak of infection, officials want to make sure there are enough resources available on Long Island.
Officials are trying to make sure there are enough resources available for the anticipated peak of coronavirus infections on Long Island.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, concerns are growing for the safety of shoppers and grocery store workers.
With all nonessential stores closed for business, thousands of Long Islanders are trying to get by without a paycheck, some dipping into their savings while others are banking on the government for assistance. We asked people to share their stories and the responses poured in.
The coronavirus pandemic has left thousands of Americans unemployed and struggling to make ends meet. FOX 5 NY asked for some of your stories.
According to The Knot, there are 845,000 weddings scheduled in the U.S. from March to May, this year. But as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, couples here in New York and across the world have had to call an audible on their nuptials.
Transparent barriers, a.k.a. sneeze guards, are going up in checkout lanes of several major supermarket chains.
Ridership on New York's subways, buses, and commuter railroads has plummeted more than 80% since authorities took drastic steps to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus amid a global pandemic. And now the MTA has announced that it will begin reducing service on Wednesday in response to that drop.
The number of positive COVID-19 cases jumped to 2,869 with one new death in Nassau County. Suffolk County has at least 1,880 confirmed cases and four new deaths. Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy Sini is one of the latest officials to test positive for the virus.