New York settles with distribution companies in opioid lawsuit

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.

How PSEG Long Island restores power

FOX 5 NY got a tour of PSEG's Lineman Training Facility in Hicksville to learn more about why the power goes out and how it gets restored.

Powerful thunderstorms cause flooding in NY, NJ

A nearly stationary frontal boundary combined with a hot and humid air mass sparked some thunderstorms on Monday. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for northeast New Jersey, most of southeast New York, and a small portion of southern Connecticut until 10 a.m. on Tuesday.

Long Island prepped for Elsa

PSEG Long Island was highly criticized last year for its response to Hurricane Isaias. The utility company said it was in an all-hands-on-deck mode for Elsa.

Jury trial of opioid makers, distributors begins in New York

The lawsuit — filed by Nassau County, Suffolk County, and the New York attorney general — accuses some of the biggest pharmaceutical companies and distributors of fueling the opioid epidemic. The litigation is the first of its kind in the nation in which a jury rather than a judge will decide the outcome.

Nassau County renews fight against opioid crisis

The Nassau County Police Department announced the reengagement of Operation Natalie, which was founded three years ago in honor of Natalie Ciappa, a Massapequa teen who died of an overdose.