Homicide Squad Detectives on Long Island were investigating a crash that killed two teenagers early Thursday morning.
A really bad odor in the Great South Bay off Long Island is more than just a turnoff for residents and visitors. It is a sign of an environmental problem.
Michael Kalberer is just the second person in the world to be part of a groundbreaking medical trial designed to try to restore vision to visually impaired patients.
At least 55 of the 110 public libraries in Nassau and Suffolk counties have done away with or started limiting charges for late returns.
Officials at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy say they are looking into an anonymous online report by a female cadet who claims she was sexually assaulted during her year of training at sea.
Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins is resigning his position in the wake of federal raids on his home and the union's offices.
Federal agents on Tuesday raided the offices of a New York City police union, the Sergeants Benevolent Association, and the Long Island home of its bombastic leader, who has clashed repeatedly with city officials over his incendiary tweets and hard-line tactics.
A four-yard reception allowed Sofia LaSpina to make history by becoming the first female in Long Island to ever score a touchdown.
Garden City's Anastasia Pagonis swam four races at the Tokyo Paralympics and came away with two medals — gold and bronze.
The feds have arrested 10 members and associates of the Colombo crime family including the family's boss and underboss on Tuesday morning.
Police divers searched the waters near a beach with metal detectors Tuesday to try to locate missing artifacts that were stolen from a Jewish temple in August, including two handwritten Torahs.
New York City's medical examiner's office is continuing the difficult task of identifying remains recovered from the rubble of the World Trade Center. Just days before the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, officials say they have identified the remains of two more people.
Schoolteachers and administrators on Long Island are faced with the challenge of teaching an important piece of history that most of their students weren't even alive for — the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Whether you were at Jones Beach in Nassau County or Cedar Beach in Suffolk, Long Islanders were soaking up the last unofficial day of summer’s sunshine, looking back and reflecting on how it was overall.
John Chainey has been playing the violin outside stores on Long Island for five years.
A man who had stolen a US Postal Service master key was caught in the act opening mailboxes and stealing the contents, said Nassau County Police.
With the death toll from Thursday's airport bombing continuing to rise and the White House warning another attack is likely, the crisis in Afghanistan is weighing heavily on local Afghans, who fear for their families.
Jericho is the first district on Long Island to start classes. Most local schools don't begin until at least next week. The district is also 100% in-person learning.
Forecasters expect a heatwave to descend on parts of New Jersey and New York through Friday. Expect a lot of humidity, which will make the real-feel temperatures feel even worse.
Only about a minute elapsed from the time lifeguards pulled Vincent Zhang out of the water to when he regained consciousness. But they said it felt like forever.