Anastasia Pagonis is a member of the U.S. Paralympic swimming team. The 17-year-old is going for gold.
Hundreds came out to the Patchogue Theatre, not far from where Biz Markie grew up, to bid him a final farewell.
A 4-year-old boy was hit with a bullet fired through a window on Long Island, police said.
Lawmakers in a suburban New York county are set to vote Monday on a proposal that would allow police officers to sue protesters and collect financial damages.
A 61-year-old woman was killed in a house fire Friday on Long Island.
An average of 2,036 people have tested positive for COVID-19 each day over the past seven days in New York. It's the first time that number has gone over 2,000 since May 13.
From putting out fires to climbing ladders, a summer camp on Long Island is training the first responders of the future.
All Town of Hempstead beaches are closed to swimming after several sharks were spotted in the water on Wednesday afternoon.
New data show sales of newly built homes dropped in June to the lowest since the first month of the coronavirus pandemic
A day after a lifeguard was possibly bitten by a shark on Jones Beach, there was another sighting of a shark Tuesday, forcing lifeguards to prohibit swimming.
An EMT treated a lifeguard for what appears to be a bite on his calf. The lifeguard is expected to be OK, officials said.
Police on Long Island say five people are dead and another person is in critical condition after a head-on collision late Saturday.
Police are investigating the deaths of three people who were found in a home in Suffolk County on Friday.
After two days of shark sightings off the coast of Nassau County, officials announced that more helicopter and marine patrols will be deployed along the shoreline to help alert beachgoers and swimmers to the presence of sharks.
Residents and visitors to Great Neck said they welcome the splash of color that artwork brings to empty storefronts.
A strut with a wheel and tire fell from a twin-engine plane and slammed onto a golf course fairway in Maine.
As of Wednesday morning, a runaway bull is still on the loose in Suffolk County on Long Island after it escaped from a slaughterhouse in Manorville.
A federal court declined to block Indiana University's requirement that all students be fully vaccinated upon returning to campus. This is the first of what are expected to be many more federal rulings on vaccine mandates.
McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen are the latest to settle in one of the nation's largest opioid lawsuits. The distributors are among a lengthy list of pharmaceutical companies and manufacturers accused of fueling the opioid crisis on Long Island and across the state.
A recent report by Avison Young found leasing volume has fallen 42% below the 20-year annual average.