In a newly viral video, a woman without a mask was caught creating a nuisance on Long Island Rail Road (LIRR). The 32-second long clip eventually shows passengers taking matters into their own hands to handle the irate woman.
"I did hear a thump, so I knew I hit something, but I didn't see what it was," Beauvais said about fatally hitting Tsakos on the Long Island Expressway.
Police said multiple shots were fired at the Long Island grocery store Tuesday morning.
The Antoniou family owns three children's play centers that have been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic since March.
"The investigation identified 37 positive cases of COVID-19 connected to that party, 28 students, nine adults," Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone said, adding that when contract tracing was employed, 334 people interacted with party guests after they were exposed to the virus.
The duo were found at the Hollywood Motor Inn, in Farmingdale, Long Island, on Monday afternoon.
Anthony Herron has slept outside Jennifer McLeggan's house in Valley Stream, New York for 60 nights after learning she had been racially harassed, allegedly by her neighbors.
The Cliffton, a bar in Patchogue, posted a Super Bowl-esque betting box on its Instagram account last week. In it, patrons could purchase four boxes, each with a number predicting the city's shooting-death totals over Labor Day weekend.
Hundreds of boats decorated with "Blue Lives Matter" and "Make Liberals Cry" flags gathered in Long Island's Shinnecock Bay Sunday ahead of the Republican National Convention in which President Donald Trump is set to be re-nominated.
The "Piano Man" played a quick tune and told the owners that the piano was fine and just needed a tuning. He advised them to donate it rather than chuck it.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez clapped back at her critics on Twitter after Amazon said it would be opening a New York office in 2021.
Lara Trump could win or "at the very least it would be very competitive," retiring Republican Congressman Peter King said.
The man who launched a racist rant at the restaurant worker was told to "get out" by other customers.
A student's grandmother, who posted the images to social media, said the teacher should be "removed for her blatant insensitivity and racism towards teaching this lesson on slavery to our children."
Geoffrey Girnun was taken into custody Thursday on charges of stealing state and federal government funds, wire fraud and money laundering.
The FREE Players Drum and Bugle Corps, the first differently abled drum and bugle corps in the world, played at the world championships Labor Day weekend.
"Now they have a chance to come out and hang out under one roof," says Rashid Sulehri, new owner of the Beach Bakery and Grand Cafe in Westhampton Beach.
A Long Island viral video shows a man ranting against women who call him short on dating websites in a bizarre exchange which ultimately led to him being tackled inside a bagel shop.
Federal prosecutors have opened an investigation into employee timekeeping in the nation's largest transit system.
"Such feelings from a teacher toward a student–while inevitable given that we're only human–are usually toxic to all involved when expressed openly."
Hannity hit back at comments Baldwin made on "The Howard Stern Show," detailing a feud between the pair that has lasted for over a decade.
The LIRR urged customers to find alternate routes after service was suspended on the Ronkonkoma and Huntington/Port Jefferson branches.
The collage included the words "ha ha" alongside two nooses and a smiley face.
"This defendant is an adult who was contracted to safely bring those boys home and he failed to do that," said district attorney Timothy Sini.
"It kind of gives a new definition of sore loser," police said following the arrest of 45-year-old Michael Aliperti.
The 19-year-old went missing on June 28 and is believed to have been heading to Roosevelt Street in West Hempstead, New York.
Four people were on board the plane when it crashed off Indian Wells Beach.
"ICE continues to face significant obstacles with policies created by local officials," Field Officer Director for ICE's Enforcement and Removal Operations team Thomas R. Decker said.
Scientists are trying to understand why the generally solitary creatures are grouping together.