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Long Island news, weather, traffic, schools and LIRR updates for Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Nassau County Police officers gather inside the county

Nassau County Police officers gather inside the county courthouse in Mineola on Tuesday, June 3, 2014 for the arraignment of fellow Officer Vincent LoGiudice. (Credit: Nicole Fuller )

Welcome to Newsday's live post for Tuesday, June 3, 2014, your source for the latest local news, traffic and transit alerts, school updates and more.

We've wrapped the live coverage, but here is a roundup of some of the local stories Newsday has been following throughout the day.

To see social media updates from Newsday and its staff, scroll down.

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WEATHER

It's sunny and warm this afternoon. Thunderstorms are possible Tuesday night.

A high rip current risk is in effect for Long Island ocean beaches through Tuesday night, the National Weather Service said.

ARRAIGNMENT FOR COP ACCUSED IN BEATING.

Newsday's Bridget Murphy and Nicole Fuller were providing live updates this morning from the arraignment of Vincent LoGiudice, the Nassau County police officer accused by a Westbury man of beating him during an April traffic stop. Scroll down (or use the mobile link above) to see their Twitter and Instagrams updates.

COMING UP

FINANCING HEARING. The Long Beach City Council will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. at City Hall, 1 W. Chester St., to hold a public hearing on authorizing $8.2 million in bonds. The state in April authorized the city to issue up to $12 million in bond deficit financing. Read reporter Aisha Al-Muslim’s Twitter updates: @AishaAlMuslim. 

Tags: Towns , Nassau , Suffolk , LIRR , traffic , weather

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