One school district on Long Island shows FOX 5 NY its plan to keep COVID-19 out of its schools.
Suffolk County DA announced a 27-count indictment against a Long Island man in connection with his alleged contact with five minors. But authorities believe the case involves many more girls.
Police on Long Island are investigating a crash at an intersection that left two men dead.
Police on Long Island say they arrested a man early on Christmas morning for smashing his way into a store to rob it.
Plum Island, a mysterious piece of land in Long Island Sound, for years has housed a government animal disease research facility.
New York's coronavirus death toll in nursing homes is among the highest in the nation. Thankfully, shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine are arriving at the homes.
Lighthouse Mission, says the holiday season is typically the busiest time of year but donations are down and the need is way up.
The impact of Wednesday's winter storm is being felt by small businesses across Long Island.
A suspect is in custody after two men were killed and two others were wounded in a shooting at a Long Island deli.
The market for fresh oysters on Long Island has collapsed. Growers have hundreds of thousands of unsold oysters.
In response to complaints from residents about street racing, Suffolk County cops went undercover last month to investigate.
With all precincts reporting more than a month after Election Day, Garbarino defeated Democrat Jackie Gordon with 53% of the vote.
Rep. Lee Zeldin, R-N.Y., has won re-election to his Long Island-based seat, defeating a challenge from Democrat Nancy Goroff, a political newcomer.
The party drew hundreds of people before it was broken up. The organizers have not yet been identified and arrested.
A New York City police officer has been charged with aiding drug traffickers who smuggled hundreds of kilograms of cocaine into the United States.
Another scallop season has arrived. For a second year in a row, the seafood is in short supply.
Members of the Shinnecock Indian Nation who are protesting in an encampment hope that the state government will get the message and ease up on what they believe are roadblocks to the tribe's economic advancement.
Suffolk County police officers have made over 3,000 checks in response to COVID calls and as many as 12,000 proactive checks to make sure residents and businesses are complying.
A Suffolk County grocery store owner is facing boycott threats because he offered a 20% discount to Trump supporters – even after he said he would honor the deal for Biden backers, too.
Forged in 1866, the bell began ringing on Oct. 18 and will go off once every six seconds until All Saints' Day on Nov. 1.