A seal that was found flopping around a busy road on Long Island last weekend has returned to the Atlantic Ocean.
A wayward seal that was flopping around a busy roadway on Long Island is under observation at an animal rescue center. Biologists hope to release him soon.
The fast-moving fire claimed the lives of a mother, her two children and two nephews who had just moved to Riverhead from Guatemala, and destroyed a historic building.
Authorities say a Suffolk County employee secretly installed dozens of machines in his workplace in a cryptocurrency scheme and cost the county at least $6,000 in electricity bills.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we're starting to see pop-up shops appearing year-round to fill empty storefronts.
The Island Water Park, set to open later this year, will be a mega water park with a huge manmade lake, indoor surfing, bumper boats and so much more.
A rescue group contacted the SPCA about the discovery of domestic rabbits left in a wooded area of Calverton.
The overnight experience also includes a meet-and-greet with penguins and breakfast on the water
State and county authorities are investigating after a Suffolk County police officer shot and killed a man in Manorville on Thursday night.
If you need help feeding your dog, this pet food giveaway on Long Island can help.
A Long Island man faced a judge on charges that he stabbed a police officer after
A Long Island woman is accused of murder in connection with the death of an acquaintance.
A 3D printed house on Long Island is on the market.
Marine experts say turtles including the Atlantic green, loggerheads, and critically endangered Kemp's Ridley typically travel to Long Island to forage for food in the summer months. It goes south when they miss their cue to migrate.
A jury convicted a Long Island man of driving drunk and killing a Boy Scout who was hiking alongside the road.
How could anyone toss a puppy out the window of a moving vehicle?
Inside a 300,000-square-foot greenhouse in Riverhead, Long Island, a farming revolution is flourishing. It's not what's being grown, but how it's being grown, and when. When most traditional farmers on the East Coast wrap up their growing seasons in late fall, Carl Gabrielsen is just getting started.