Long Island Groundhogs Predict More Winter

Holtsville Hal and Malverne Mel both saw their shadows on Groundhog Day, predicting six more weeks of winter.

Brentwood Man Torched Bed in Roomie Tiff, Cops Say

The suspect allegedly locked the victim in his room where he torched his own bed after an argument.

Woodmere Man Admits Stealing $634K from Temple

Authorities said the the thefts over a five-year period were discovered when the synagogue's checks started bouncing.

West Babylon Teen Nabbed for Drugged Driving With Minor

Police say they were alerted to the incident after the teen had an OD behind the wheel and crashed his minivan with four passengers inside.

3 Men Held in Uniondale Church Burglary

Church leaders were at a music store to replace the stolen audio equipment when the suspects walked in trying to resell it.

Arnold Saltzman: A Man of War and Peace

Arnold Saltzman
Over the years Arnold and Joan Saltzman have both left their mark on our region

New Revelations in Nassau County Police Department Conspiracy Case

Nassau County Police Department Conspiracy
“remember what I said, you’re family, we take care of our own”

Farmingdale State College Opens New Campus Center

It's SUNY Farmingdale's first new academic building since 1983.

Einstein’s Long Island Summer of ’39

For Einstein, Long Island only meant a place where he could enjoy himself.

Long Island Featured Events – February 2013

FEBRUARY 1 Local Natives @ Music Hall of Williamsburg On the heels of their sophomore album, Hummingbird, Local Natives play Brooklyn, where the Los Angeles’ indie rockers wrapped up the album with The National’s Aaron Dessner as co-producer. Inspired by the ups and downs of the band, the songs on Hummingbird are powerful and transcendental, mixing tribal beats with orchestral...

Newsday, News 12 Sites Targeted by Hackers, Report Says

Both sites were targeted Thursday morning.

Roosevelt Drive-by Shooting Wounds Teen

Victim was a passenger in a vehicle was he was hit by gunfire.