Officials: Instances of COVID-19 spread in Suffolk 'a wake-up call'
A recent rise in coronavirus cases in Suffolk County has officials concerned. Some Long Islanders also shared their thoughts on ...
Nassau, Lynbrook officials start blue-ribbon campaign to back police
Officials encouraged residents to tie blue ribbons around trees and display them on their homes as a symbol of support to county law enforcement and the NYPD.
Feds: Melville man charged in $200 million Ponzi scheme
Gregory Altieri was charged with one count of wire fraud, authorities said, for running what prosecutors called a two-year scheme based on bogus wholesale jewelry deals.
Suffolk Fair Housing task force seeks to combat historic segregation on LI
The task force convened for the first time Tuesday in response to a Newsday investigation published last year that uncovered widespread evidence of discrimination by Long Island real estate agents.
Cops: Rash of luxury vehicles thefts in Southampton Town
Police said at least 12 thefts have occurred since January with Range Rovers and Mercedes-Benz being the most-often stolen, especially in Sagaponack and Tuckahoe.
Coronavirus on Long Island: Live updates
See live updates from officials, Newsday reporters and more on coronavirus.
Local experts discuss how kids can return to school safely
Local health and education experts are discussing whether kids can return to school safely, how teachers feel, how administrators see the academic year unfolding, and answering your questions.
Tuesday's forcast: Sunny and warm, highs in the 80's
The National Weather Service in Islip said Long Island will see sunny skies today with a slight chance of a ...
Police: Escaped pit bulls bit four people
A responding police officer shot at the three pit bulls — who were not harmed — after they escaped from a backyard in North Babylon, Suffolk police said.
Schools can reopen if infection level is 5% or lower, Cuomo says
Schools can reopen if the regional coronavirus infection level is 5% or lower by the first week in August, but will remain closed if the level rises to 9% or greater before school opens.