Officials: $18.4M Nassau sewer tax error uncovered
More than 450,000 residents and businesses have been overpaying their sewer bills since 2016, a probe found.
Police testimony leads to case dismissals, plea deals
Over 60 cases saw charges dismissed or reduced after the DA disclosed "inconsistent" police testimony.
Faced with losing his license, DWI defendant makes a deal
The manager of a Roslyn Heights restaurant got a misdemeanor plea deal in a case that highlighted how police testimony in another DWI case led to dozens of plea agreements in Nassau courts since last year.
Authorities: Judge pleads guilty to sneaking into house
"He violated the law, the public's trust and the victims' sense of security," said District Attorney Timothy Sini in a news release issued.
NYPD: Man came with sword to Empire State Building
A man with a sword hidden in a cane made it up to the Empire State Building's observation deck and was arrested after he took it out, the NYPD said.
Long Island restaurants we miss
Here are a dozen departed dining rooms, each alive because their names haven't come up for the last time. Plus a contemporary choice to visit these days.
LI-raised rocker Eddie Money has died, rep says
The singer was known for his 1970s and '80s hits, including "Baby Hold On" and "Two Tickets to Paradise."
Play vintage video games at a local museum, more fun this week
The best concerts, festivals, parties and cultural events in Nassau and Suffolk.
Teen activist scolds leaders for climate change inaction
Greta Thunberg delivers a fiery address at the UN Climate Action Summit in Manhattan.
Reports: Trump pressed Ukraine to probe Biden's son
Trump repeatedly pressed Ukraine's president in a phone call to investigate the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.