A 911 caller reported a "possible gunshot victim outside the residence," officials said.
Cops: Good Samaritans foil Dunkin' Donuts robbery
Two Good Samaritans detained a man for police after he tried to rob the store, authorities said.
Out of tune: LIers scramble to give away pianos
It is hard to sell and even give away the instrument for some who are downsizing, no longer taking lessons or whose children have moved away.
Pizza-making Halloween event kicks off on LI
The afternoon will include sundae, treats and painting mini-pumpkins.
Riverhead may boost overcrowding fines to $10G
Property owners who don't fix infractions quickly may also face 15 days in jail and lose certificates of occupancy.
To remember her mom, she's tearing up their garden
It is in her garden that Kathy Meyers has found a space to grieve for her mother, who died in January at 83.
Keeping youth in Suffolk focus of county exec debate
Incumbent Steve Bellone faced off with challengers John M. Kennedy Jr. and Gregory John Fischer.
Officers who rushed transplant organ to hospital honored
Suffolk police were contacted for assistance in rushing a donated liver from Stony Brook University Hospital to a Manhattan hospital.
Suffolk police officers honored for role in lifesaving organ transplant
Suffolk County Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart spoke at a news conference on Monday about the heroic actions of Aviation officer Dennis Fitzgerald and retired Aviation ...
Construction to begin on long-vacant Smithtown lot
The 71 apartments planned near the LIRR stop will be Smithtown's first transit-oriented housing project.
MTA officials defend LIRR in inspector general report
A pair of MTA officials say an inspector general report showed no evidence of widespread overtime fraud.