The lawsuits have been filed under a new state law temporarily lifting the civil statute of limitations.
Lawmakers: Create office of mental health for cops
Nassau Legislature Republicans introduced bills to create an office to provide mental health services for police officers.
Female state trooper charged in naked photos case
She pretended to be a man on an internet dating site and threatened to publicly post naked photos of a woman, authorities said.
Gillen's challenger wants 2 Dems to step down
Don Clavin says two former Long Beach officials should resign while a probe into severance paid to them is underway.
Marking spot of LI's first, oldest radio station
Officials gathered at the Freeport site where the radio station WGBB was founded in 1924.
Town union workers get additional raise
Oyster Bay municipal union workers will get an additional raise in 2020 under a new agreement.
LI kids' unique names and the stories behind them
Some parents name their children in honor of a loved one, while others take a different approach.
$1M donation to Northwell funds new fellowship
The gift aims to prepare general internists for successful careers in education, research and patient care.
Superblock property in Long Beach to be sold
Developer Engel Burman Group is in contract to buy land that was slated for apartment towers.
LI's July unemployment rate falls slightly
The region's unemployment rate remains near historic low levels while its labor force is shrinking, an analyst said.
How one bathroom brings LI families together
For some, having one lavatory isn't a choice as much as a circumstance. And they find creative ways to share the space.