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.
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.
An elderly woman was killed and two other people were hurt within a 20-minute span in separate incidents involving pedestrians getting hit by vehicles on Long Island.
A man who drives a school bus on Long Island is under arrest. Authorities say that he sexually abused a child and also had sexual imagery of a child on his phone.
A donation-based yoga center where practitioners pay what they can afford is said to be a new concept on Long Island. It stands in stark contrast to the centuries' old practice of yoga.
A homeless man is accused of endangering the welfare of a child at a library in Suffolk County.
Scott Beigel cared so much about his students that he gave his life for them. The 35-year-old was one of the 17 victims shot to death at Marjory Stonemam Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. One month to the day after the senseless attack, Scott's hometown of Huntington, Long Island, honored his heroism alongside his family.