More than a thousand Red Cross volunteers in the New York area are ready to respond to communities.
Police in Suffolk County say that two teenagers have been charged after harassing and fighting members of a CrossFit gym in Port Jefferson on July 23.
The boat owner reported that someone had taken off with his 24-foot Romarine commercial crabbing vessel from the canal at his home on Oak Neck Lane in West Islip, police said.
Governor Cuomo says he is appalled over a huge concert held over the weekend in the Hamptons and says an investigation will take place.
Justin Harris, 16, is from Coram in Suffolk County.
Gita Shorr is now a survivor of the Holocaust and the COVID-19 pandemic, but the 90-year-old says she is blessed and has a lot more living to do.
A spelling error and a font inconsistency indicated that a death certificate was fake.
Suffolk County police have issued a warning after a string of car thefts targeting food delivery drivers.
The state has asked all school districts to submit their own specific safe reopening plans.
Photos and video of large party crowds mostly maskless on the beach and at private homes on Fire Island Pines in the town of Brookhaven is garnering a lot of attention.
A man was found dead at a playground.
In 2003, the Babylon Village Public Arts Council erected a statue of Robert Moses. Now a petition is calling for its removal.
But Gov. Andrew Cuomo is allowing group homes to resume visits starting Friday. He said each home will have the discretion to allow visitors and must follow state guidelines about wearing masks.
Police in Suffolk County are investigating after eight people were shot, one fatally during a house party in Wyandanch early Saturday morning.
A man was arrested after he allegedly brought multiple explosives into a hospital in Suffolk County.
For the first time in nearly three months, people will be able to dine outside or walk into a retail store on Long Island.
A senior at Stony Brook University came up with the idea Tabs4Covid to buy, program, and then donate devices to health care facilities.
A woman previously known as "Jane Doe No. 6" was a victim of a serial killer in 2000. She finally has a name, 20 years later. It is Valerie Mack.
Wednesday marked the beginning of phase one of businesses reopening on Long Island, but many retail business owners are wondering why they can't reopen if the proper safeguards are in place.
Classrooms packed up prematurely as the 2019–2020 school year came to an abrupt end. It was hard not only for students but for staff, too.