Suffolk's top cop: 'I don't sleep at night'

Suffolk Police Commissioner Rodney Harrison says he worries about everything "from terrorist threats to one of my officers getting hurt," during a recent interview with Newsday.

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Doctors offer tips on how to stay safe from omicron

Dr. Aaron Glatt, chief of infectious diseases at Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital, says "the smartest thing to do is to have a nuanced approach instead of 'one-size-fits-all.' "

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One person killed, two hurt in SSP crash, State Police say

A driver crashed into a bridge embankment early Saturday on the Southern State Parkway, injuring the driver and a front-seat passenger and killing a backseat passenger, State Police said.

Small plane lands at Fire Island National Seashore

The Cessna 150L had been towing a banner when it made the landing at about 11 a.m. Saturday, the Federal Aviation Administration said.

Cops: Two who stole car being charged are charged

Officers arrested pair who stole an electric car from a man who was charging it in the Smith Haven Mall parking lot, police said.

27 cars, thousands of dollars in damages

An East Meadow man is accused of smashing more than two dozen cars with a brick, just down the road from where he lives. Newsday TV's Cecilia Dowd reports.

Blind, visually impaired kids shine on stage

"I like this camp because everyone's the same and it's a lot of fun being around all the campers," said Sophia Allard, who has attended the Hellen Keller Camp at LIU for three years. 

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