| Jul 30, 2009
An accident at a yogurt factory in East Farmingdale Tuesday afternoon left two workers injured, police said.
At 5:49pm, Leyla Sabillion, 29, of Wyandanch and Argelia Ayala, 31, of Lindenhurst suffered injuries while working at the Sabra Dipping Company...
| Aug 13, 2009
| 11:30 AM
A Long Island mother was arrested and charged Wednesday after police said she got behind the wheel drunk and struck a bicyclist, all while her 6-year-old son was sitting in the back seat.
According to Southampton Village police, Caroline Goss, 31, was...
| Aug 15, 2009
A Long Island teen who has been struck by a drunk driver while on his bicycle has died.
15-year-old Joseph Marino was just minutes from his home, standing with his bicycle at Ponquogue Avenue, and Argonne Road East at about 8:40 p.m. Wednesday. He was...
| Feb 8, 2010
Leave it to science to take all the fun out of something as cosmically pure as love.
Theories about love's purpose range from the biologically practical to the biologically complicated. Anthropologists have said it helps ensure reproduction of the...
| Feb 15, 2010
Every year an estimated half a million men have a vasectomy but nearly half of those men don't return for follow-up tests that make sure the procedure is working, new research suggests.
Those who don't go back, and therefore risk an unwanted pregnancy,...
| Feb 19, 2010
| 6:50 PM
Her leg was crushed in the earthquake but instead of settling for an amputation, a woman from Haiti did the unthinkable and made an amazing journey to Long Island.
When doctors see a break like this, they want to get the patient into the operating room...
| Feb 22, 2010
| 11:17 AM
A Queens father allegedly shot his wife and two teen daughters while they were sleeping in their Rosedale home before turning the weapon on himself, New York City police said.
Mark Bailey, is accused of shooting his 42-year-old wife Dionne and their...
| Mar 4, 2010
| 6:19 PM
A new procedure for treating pancreatic and liver cancer using electrical fields to poke holes in tumors was used at Stony Brook University Medical Center, hospital officials say it was the first time this type of procedure was used anywhere. SBUMC...
| Mar 17, 2010
| 12:29 PM
The condition, known interchangeably as Dupuytren's contracture or Dupuytren's disease, contorts the hands and makes even simple tasks — holding a glass, washing up or shaking hands — virtually impossible. In some instances an affected hand...
| Sep 25, 2009
| 10:27 AM
A Ronkonkoma man is fighting for his life Friday, after police said he was brutally stabbed in an incident authorities are calling "a confrontational-type burglary."
According to Suffolk County police, Roger Monteforte, 68, was in bed when he awoke to an...
| Oct 8, 2009
| 5:53 AM
Drastic changes may be coming to the State University of New York system.
SUNY colleges may be forced to eliminate programs, boost class sizes and reduce course offerings. These changes comes on the heels of an order from Gov. David A. Paterson this week...
| Oct 20, 2009
| 1:35 PM
A member of the U.S. Marine Corps. has been denied the right to see his baby, who was born prematurely and now clinging to life, PIX News has learned.
Cristal Wagenhauser, 21, gave birth to Madison Rose on Oct. 3 at St. Catherine Siena Medical Center...