A decade after the storm, Long Beach has rebuilt and prepared for the next potential natural disaster to hit the area.
Labor Day was one of the summer's sunniest days on record, which is fantastic for the beach and for businesses nearby.
Firefighter Casey Skudin was on vacation with his family when a tree limb fell on their minivan, killing him. His widow, Angela Skudin, told FOX 5 NY she doesn't know how she and her sons survived the freak accident.
David Afanador will spend up to four years in prison in connection with firing a 9mm Beretta he wasn't authorized to carry into the ocean off Long Beach.
A boy who had just celebrated his 10th birthday unexpectedly died on Friday after suffering a medical episode on the baseball field.
Eight years before Dunia Sibomana became Long Beach's 17th state wrestling champ, a pack of chimpanzees attacked him in his native Congo. Dunia's facial injuries left him struggling to swallow or speak.
Classic Jewish delis may be a dying breed nationwide, the ones that are still alive say they're here to stay.
Mount Sinai South Nassau said the decision to close the Long Beach Emergency Room came after all options were exhausted.
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.
Some elected officials who represent communities along the coastline from Coney Island to Nassau County have been fielding calls from constituents wondering if their buildings are safe.
Last weekend, an impromptu party in Long Beach featured over 2,500 people, dancing, music, illegal fireworks and afterwards, gunshots.
"We want our beaches opened up as much as possible as soon as possible."
Bars and restaurants on Long Island are eagerly awaiting the high season as pandemic restrictions are lifted. But some spots are having trouble hiring help.
A cop who has been arrested twice for alleged brutality was arrested again. He is accused of firing a handgun into the Atlantic Ocean while off duty.
Volunteers with Orthodox Union and Habitat for Humanity are building a new house for a Long Island man who lost his home in Superstorm Sandy.
Long Beach police say a crowd of 800 to 1,000 people gathered on a beach for what was billed as a sunset watch on Saturday night but it turned into a rowdy, mask-free, boozy party.
Some officials believe the subpar weather this weekend and on Monday worked in their favor by buying time to come up with future plans for the beaches.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Nassau County Executive Laura Curran are restricting access to some beaches to residents only.
Frustrated with the lack of help and services for the Hispanic community Circulo de la Hispanidad was born.