Welcome to Newsday's LI Now live post for Wednesday, April 30, 2014.
We've wrapped today's live coverage, but you can find a roundup of the day's top local stories including social media updates from Newsday reporters below.
(Mobile readers: Use the link below for social media posts.)
SCHOOL SPEED ZONE CAMERAS APPROVED
The New York State Senate voted today to approve a request from Nassau and Suffolk counties to install school speed zone cameras. Scroll down -- or use the mobile link above -- to see Twitter updates from reporter Yancey Roy about this development.
IVY LEAGUE SELECTION. Kwasi Enin, the Long Island student who was accepted to all eight Ivy League universities, is expected to make his selection today at 3 p.m. Look the update here: nwsdy.li/1iJs3yq
SMITHTOWN. PLANNING -- The Smithtown League of Women Voters is presenting a forum on the future of Smithtown tonight at 6:45 at the Smithtown Branch Library, 1 N. Country Rd. The Smithtown planning director is to discuss the town's comprehensive plan. Go to newsday.com for Lauren R. Harrison's coverage.
TRAFFIC & TRANSIT
There are no accidents to report at this time.
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WATER MAIN BREAK ALERT
SOUTHAMPTON. Water service has been shutdown due to emergency repair of a water main on Turtle Cove Drive. This will affect 18 residences, according to the Suffolk County Water Authority.
ISLANDWIDE. LI MARATHON -- Runners from across Long Island and elsewhere will take part in the Long Island Marathon and associated races on Sunday. Follow Deon Hampton's and David Schwartz's Twitter updates @deonjhampton and @schwartznewsNY, and go to newsday.com for full coverage.