Police have arrested a Long Island man for a string of anti-police graffiti incidents.
According to an email sent by officials, as of September 30, the district's bus company would no longer cover as many as 42 morning and 34 afternoon school bus routes.
The pandemic is forcing an beloved Suffolk County book store to close its doors for good after over 40 years in business.
Videos show cars stranded across major roadways in New York. AAA reports a 450% increase in the number of tows during the storm. AAA Northeast's Robert Sinclair Jr. said the damage is likely worse than after Superstorm Sandy.
Medjine Pierre, a nurse at Northwell Health, came up with the idea to create social media health videos.
The trial will enroll about 4,500 participants worldwide. And there is still room for participants to enroll at Stony Brook.
Hundreds of men and women in blue stood outside the funeral service for Anastasios Tsakos to show their unwavering support for the fallen NYPD officer.
A man was stabbed in the head outside of a Suffolk County 7-Eleven store on Sunday night.
A Long Island man who was supposed to be dog-sitting a puppy was arrested for abandoning the pooch in a dumpster, police said Tuesday.
Emergency responders battled a chemical fire at an asphalt plant in Suffolk County on Tuesday afternoon.
A Long Island woman is guilty of trying to hire hitmen to kill her ex-husband's mother and daughter.
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.
The impact of Wednesday's winter storm is being felt by small businesses across Long Island.
A convenience store clerk has been charged with second-degree manslaughter for allegedly killing a shoplifter on Long Island.
About 80% of the South Huntington School District's 6,000 students in kindergarten through 12th grade opted for a hybrid schedule.
Tropical Storm Isaias may be long gone, and the power may be back on across most of Long Island, but the cleanup is far from over.
A spelling error and a font inconsistency indicated that a death certificate was fake.
The state has asked all school districts to submit their own specific safe reopening plans.
A man was found dead at a playground.