Paramedic testifies Valva showed 'no emotion' as first responders tried to revive son

"There was no crying; most parents cry and freak out in a situation like that," said paramedic Erin Lambert, referring to 8-year-old Thomas' father, Michael Valva. "There was none of that." 

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Don Hudson named editor of Newsday

He succeeds Deborah Henley, who has been the publication's top editor since 2011 and will retire at the end of the year.

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Forecast: Gusty winds, rain, possible minor flooding

Rainfall of up to two inches is predicted with northeast winds of 18 mph the forecasters said. Areas of poor drainage could see some minor flooding.

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Long Island Cares to ship supplies to Ukraine

Long Island Cares is shipping 21 pallets of materials to Poland on Friday, including nonperishable foods, toiletries, blankets and winter coats.

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Sand from Shinnecock, Moriches inlets to be added to beaches

The second dredging contract for just under $25 million has been awarded as part of a $1.7 billion Fire Island to Montauk Point project.

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4 sip-and-stay winery getaways to take this fall on LI

Wineries featuring live music, tours, scenic views and food and wine pairings to enjoy this season. 

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Cops: Nassau Asian affairs deputy charged with assaulting boy

Harshdeep "Harry" Brar, the deputy director of Nassau County's Office of Asian American Affairs, was charged with criminal obstruction of breathing, assault and endangering the welfare of the 10-year-old child, according to police and county records.

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