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Long Island residents worry their tap water is unsafe

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While most of the country’s tap water is tested for hundreds of pollutants, including volatile chemicals, pesticides, metals and bacteria, it is not always safe to drink. In the first of a two-part series, NewsHour Weekend’s Hari Sreenivasan reports from Long Island, New York, on worries about the presence of 1,4-dioxane, a chemical the EPA says it’s “likely to be carcinogenic,” but is almost completely unregulated.No Closed Captioning Detected within this Video.... Read More
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Snowy Footprints Help Police

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Published on Dec 15, 2017Residents in one Long Island neighborhood are grateful for the snow after Nassau County police tracked a critical clue in a series of car burglaries. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has the story. Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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LI Teen Is Talented Organ Player

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Detected Closed Captioning: Matt Lucca Forgot His Organ Shoes stocking Feet Won't Hold Him Back The State Anthony's High Senior Stunned receiving Perhaps The Most Prestigious Scholarship For The Organ In America One Year Of That Kid Who Doesn't Get An Athletic Scholarship Or An Academic scholarship Turns Heads And Heads Of classmates Are Turned By The Prowess Of This Talented Musician I Started At The Piano When I Was Four Years Old I Took some Time Off Because At That Point I Didn't Wasn't Really A Mature Yet And I Was Lazy Just Three Years Ago At Easter Mass Matt Luca Became Focused On The Organ And I My First Lesson And It Was Definitely A Life-changing Experience just Fell In Love With It And I Was Determined To Be The B... Read More
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Flakes Fly Across Tri-State

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Detected Closed Captioning: COMPETITION. [ LAUGHTER ] LET'S CHECK THE FORECAST WITH LONNIE QUINN. I JUST DON'T KNOW. I THINK I NEED A BREAK FROM THIS COLD WEATHER. REALLY? I DO. IT'S LIKE THREE DAYS NOW. LET'S CHECK IN WITH THE WEATHER WATCHERS. ANTHONY IN NEW JERSEY SHOWS SNOW COLLECTING ON THE ROADS AND THE CAR SURFACES AND GRASS. IT'S COLLECTING SNOW. THAT'S WHAT WE HAVE RIGHT NOW WITH THAT PICTURE. LOOKING AT THE -- LOOKING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CENTRAL PARK, SNOW IS ACCUMULATEING HERE HERE. HERE'S OUR TEMPERATURES TODAY. RECORD LOW WAS 6 IN 1874. RIGHT NOW, WHEREVER YOU SEE THIS LIGHT GRAY, THAT'S JUST A FLURRY. THIS IS WHEN EVERYTHING FINISHES UP. THIS MODEL IS SAYING IT'S DONE AT ABOUT 7:00. THAT'S GIVE OR TAKE AN... Read More
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Long Island Duo Charged With Killing NYC Rapper

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Two Long Island men have been indicted for the murder of a 31-year-old rapper during a drive-by shooting in the victim’s hometown of Queens two years ago, New York City authorities said. Jamar Hill, 26, of Valley Stream, and 32-year-old Quincy Homere of Baldwin were charged Thursday with one count each of second-degree murder, second-degree attempted murder, first-degree assault and two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon. “In another example of the mindless gun violence plaguing our country, a young, up-and coming musician had his life and career dramatically cut short by a burst of senseless shooting that also wounded an acquaintance,” Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown said. “Such viole... Read More
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Rizzo: Indicators hint Long Island to have merry holiday shopping season

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The holiday shopping season is critical for the retail sector, accounting for upwards of 20 percent of annual sales. National forecasts paint a fairly rosy picture for the upcoming season. Bain & Company, a leading management consulting firm, projects annual growth of 3.5 to 3.9 percent. This is slightly better than last year’s growth of 3.5 percent, and well above the average growth rate of 2.6 percent over the past 10 years. Low unemployment, confident consumers, and a soaring stock market all contribute to the favorable outlook. One can also anticipate a strong spending season here on Long Island, where the unemployment rate has been at or near full employment levels for many months and income levels are high relative to ... Read More

(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 15 at 3:02PM EST until December 15 at 10:00PM EST by NWS New York City – Upton

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DESCRIPTION: ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 10 PM EST THISEVENING...* WHAT...Snow occurring. Plan on snow covered roads, includingduring the evening commute. Additional snow accumulations of 1to 3 inches are expected. Locally higher amounts up to 4 inchesare possible across southern Long Island.* WHERE...Portions of northeast New Jersey, southern Connecticutand southeast New York.* WHEN...Until 10 PM EST this evening.* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Be prepared for reduced visibilities attimes.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow willcause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow coveredroads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.The latest roa... Read More
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ACE Comic Con Descends on Nassau Coliseum

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Stars of Hollywood’s latest Superman and Wonder Woman reboots were the headliners among many celebrity appearances during ACE Comic Con Long Island at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum last weekend. Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot greeted fans on Long Island for the first time since the latest version of the Justice League was created. The inaugural event that ran Dec. 8-10 at the Uniondale arena also featured vendors, panels, live performances and meet-and-greets with those behind the scenes of film, TV, gaming, comics and more. “Our entire platform is centered on creating an unforgettable experience for fans by constantly surprising and delighting them each day with spectacular e... Read More
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Former IRS attorney pleads guilty to conspiring to ship meth to LI

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A former Internal Revenue Service attorney from Washington D.C. pleaded guilty in federal court in Central Islip to conspiracy to distribute more than 500 grams of methamphetamine on Long Island, officials said. Jack Vitayanon was charged in February after it was alleged that he conspired with others on Long Island and in Arizona to distribute methamphetamine for several years. He pleaded guilty on Friday, according to  Bridget Rohde, acting U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, and Angel Melendez, special agent-in-charge of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement andHomeland Security Investigations in New York. Back in February, officials said that Vitayanon had negotiated and sold quantiti... Read More
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12-15 Afternoon Weather

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Detected Closed Captioning: BREAKING RECORDS ALREADY. MARK HAMILL IS BACK IN A BIG WAY. THAT IS RIGHT. JOHN ELLIOT IS BACK WITH SOME MORE SNOW. I HEARD THEY ARE BRINGING SPOCK BACK. DON'T. I'LL SEE IT. I'LL SEE IT. YOU KNOW LET'S SEE. A FEW BAD BECAUSE I KNOW IT'S A BUSY TIME OF THE YEAR. YOU'VE GOT A LOT TO DO. AND I KNOW A LOT OF BUSINESSES DEPEND ON THIS TIME OF THE YEAR. AND IT WILL BE CHALLENGING THIS AFTERNOON. OBVIOUSLY IT'S COLD ENOUGH FOR SNOW ALL THE WAY OUT TO SHERRY AND STEVE IN RIVER HEAD AT 30. ANTHONY SAYS IT SMELLS LIKE SNOW. YOU HAVE VERY COLD AIR IN PLACE. BROOKLYN TO THE JERSEY SHORE WHERE WE COULD SEE BIGGER TOTALS. LOOK AT THESE NUMBERS UP NORTH. IT IS COLD. BEAUTIFUL SNOWY SCENES. ELAINE SENT IN HER CHRI... Read More

Special Weather Statement issued December 15 at 8:29AM EST by NWS New York City – Upton

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DESCRIPTION: ...ACCUMULATING SNOW DURING THE EVENING COMMUTE...Light snow will develop this afternoon between 2 and 4 pm andcontinue through the evening commute. Given the recent coldtemperatures, roadways will become snow covered and slippery.Around 1 to 2 inches of snow is forecast, with the highest amountsacross the New York City metro, Long Island, and southernConnecticut. Motorists are urged to use extra caution if travelingthis evening.The snow will gradually taper off from west to east after 7 pm,ending around midnight across the east end of Long Island. INSTRUCTIONS: Please stay tuned to your local radio or TV Station for more information.... Read More
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LI food importer expanding with Hauppauge purchase

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A Long Island food importing and distribution firm, Galil Foods, has purchased a 170,000-square-foot building in Hauppauge as part of a major expansion. The acquisition price of the property at 45 Gilpin Ave. wasn’t disclosed, but real estate sources estimated it at about $13.5 million. The company will occupy about 130,000 square feet of the building, where existing tenants already occupy the remaining space. Founded in 1985, family-owned Galil specializes in import and distributing gourmet foods from around the world. The company currently operates out of two buildings in Syosset and Islandia, both of which it has put on the market with broker Ralph Perna of Newmark Knight Frank.... Read More
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Long Island Concerts & Events December 15-17

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Suzanne Vega The MovielifeThe hometown punk/emo heroes who formed 20 years ago and broke up for a decade have been going strong since reuniting three years ago, issuing their first album, Cities in Search of a Heart, since 2003. Opening the show is The Backup Plan and Koji. Revolution Bar & Music Hall, 140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. revolutionliny.com $24. 7 p.m. Dec. 15. Suzanne VegaThis eclectic folk goddess unleashes her ’90s storytelling bombshells “Luka” and “Tom’ Diner” with her captivating delivery transposed atop mesmerizing guitar strumming that is enough ... Read More
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LI retail property sells for $6.2M

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A Long Island retail property occupied by a CVS Drugstore has sold for $6.2 million. The 10,281-square-foot store on .85 acres at 1012 Little East Neck Road in West Babylon is triple-net leased to CVS. The buyer is an entity owned by Wilbee Corporation, a Long Island City, Queens-based real estate investment firm. Frank Caporrino and Max Kaestner of Plainview-based Invest Commercial represented the buyer, while Andy Nemeroff of Imperial Capital Company in Melville and Isiah Harf of Stan Johnson Company represented seller Alexander Fund XV LLC in the sales transaction that closed Monday. “This particular CVS store is a top 10 percent store in the entir... Read More
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No. 266: Luminati back at the dance, LIREDC on top and the LIRR on track three

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Glad tidings: Happy Friday, readers old and new, and a special hello to Innovate Long Island’s newest sponsor, Uniondale law firm Ruskin Moscou Faltischek. Welcome to the show! Yellow peg: One of the great board games in history was “first conceived” on this date, according to ThoughtCo.’s unofficial History of Trivial Pursuit, which pegs Dec. 15 as the day Canadian newspapermen Chris Haney and Scott Abbott – over a game of Scrabble, natch – invented the future cultural phenomenon. (See what we did there, with the yellow peg?) We love a good trivia challenge, along with story tips, calendar... Read More
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Make The Most Of Your Tax Deductions

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One day after Congressional leaders hammered out a tax reform agreement, people in the Tri-State Area are calculating what the loss of key deductions will cost them. As CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports, some experts advise using the deductions now -- before you lose them.Detected Closed Captioning: Holiday Shoppers Say They're Expecting No Christmas Gift From Washington With Tax Reform Looming That Slashes Valuable Deductions I'm Very Concerned Because Money Is Tight And Everybody Needs Money we Don't Want To Give More Money To The government I Think It's Going To Affect everybody The Current Form Of The Bill Allows Taxpayers To Deduct Only $10,000 in State And Local Taxes Far Below The Aver... Read More
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Destination Long Island: Dec. 20-23

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JEWEL’S HANDMADE HOLIDAY AT NYCB THEATRE AT WESTBURY The singer-songwriter is ringing in holiday cheer with her father, Atz Kilcher, and her brothers Atz Lee Kilcher and Nikos Kilcher, from Discovery’s “Alaska: The Last Frontier,” (Theatre at Westbury. Westbury.  516-247-5211. Dec. 20.) ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO AT BOULTON CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS The band blends jazz with heavy metal and touch of humor. The result may be a whole new genre that seems to gratify jazz lovers and metal fans alike. (Boulton Center for the Performing Arts. Bay Shore. 631-969-1101. Dec. 21.) THE MAGICAL POLAR EXPRESS FROM SOUTHAMPTON OR RIVERHEAD A visit to th... Read More
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Brentwood Woman Charged With Sending Money to ISIS

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A Brentwood woman was arrested Wednesday for allegedly laundering more than $85,000 using Bitcoin and sending it to ISIS, the international terrorist organization based in Syria and Iraq, federal prosecutors said. Zoobia Shahnaz was charged with bank fraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering and three counts of money laundering at Central Islip federal court. “Syria is a perilous and violent war-torn country, but the subject in this investigation was allegedly so determined to assist ISIS that she planned a covert, illegal entry into Syria,” said William Sweeney, Jr., assistant director of the FBI’s New York office. “On top of which, she allegedly tried to launder virtual currency to bolster terrorists’ dwindli... Read More
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Grinch Steals Christmas Gifts

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Published on Dec 14, 2017Talk about ‘bah humbug.’ A Long Island woman says a greedy grinch broke into her West Islip home and stole the gifts under her Christmas tree. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports. Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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LI woman laundered $85K to support Isis: Feds

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A Long Island woman has been charged in federal court in Central Islip with laundering more than $85,000, using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, to support ISIS, officials said Thursday. Zoobia Shahnaz of Brentwood transferred those funds out of the country and then attempted to leave the United States and travel to Syria, according to the U.S. Justice Department. Shahnaz allegedly intended to “put thousands of dollars into the coffers of terrorists,” Acting U.S. Attorney for the Easter District of New York Bridget Rohde said in a statement. “Syria is a perilous and violent war-torn country, but the subject in this investigation was allegedly so determined to assist ISIS that she planned a covert, illegal en... Read More
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Newly Built North Merrick Dutch Colonial Asks $1.2M

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This newly built Hamptons Dutch Gambrel style Colonial looks dazzling on the outside, is energy efficient on the inside and is listed for sale at 26 Alice Ave. in North Merrick. Built this year, the five-bedroom, three-bathroom, three-story home has 3,800-square-feet of living space with gorgeous details and an impressive open floor plan all built on an over-sized 8,000-square-foot lot. It features an eat-in kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, including an Energy Star stove, dishwasher and refrigerator. It also has a formal dining room, great room, office, gas-fueled fireplace and central air conditioning. Outside it has an attached garage, front porch and room for a pool in ... Read More
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Man Accused Of Posing As Immigration Attorney On Long Island

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Published on Dec 14, 2017The suspect is accused of trying to steal money from people seeking immigration or residency paper. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: a Bronx Man Is Accu... Read More
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Dusting Of Snow Gets Tri-State Into The Season

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Published on Dec 14, 2017It's not quite yet officially winter, but the cold and snow blanketing the area are a harbinger of what's to come. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: a... Read More
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Voting Ends December 15 in Best of Long Island Contest

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Cast your votes now before the window of opportunity closes until next fall! Voting ends Friday, Dec. 15 in the 2018 Bethpage Best of Long Island contest, meaning this is the last chance for the public to cast their votes for their favorite local store, restaurant, business or person they feel should hold a title in the 13th annual competition sponsored by Bethpage Federal Credit Union—which is a great way to support the places you patronize. Here’s how it works: Log on to bestoflongisland.com, click through the categories such as Arts and Entertainment, Food & Drink, Nightlife & Spirits, Health and Wellness, Restaurants... Read More
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With ‘Fellows’ effort, SBU podcasts a wider net

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By GREGORY ZELLER // It’s a big week for podcast innovations on Long Island. Just days after the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell launched a serialized podcast following the real-life adventures of first-year medical students, Stony Brook Southampton – in partnership with Connecticut-based WSHU Public Radio – has announced a first-of-its-kind Audio Podcast Fell... Read More
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Court rules for tenant in fee dispute

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A state Supreme Court judge has ruled in favor of a Long Island commercial tenant in a battle over payment of disputed common area maintenance (CAM) charges. The tenant, LA Fitness, occupies a 93,739-square-foot building at the sprawling 94-acre complex at 1111 Marcus Ave. in Lake Success, which is on its third owner in the last four years. Though the tenant claimed its lease agreements include no specific reference to additional CAM charges, the fitness center’s current landlord, Waterstone Retail Development, had demanded nearly $5.7 million in CAM fees dating back to the tenant’s original occupancy. ... Read More
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LI home prices soar in November

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Bolstered by limited supply and strong demand, the prices of Long Island homes contracted for sale last month took a big jump, as compared with a year ago. The median price of homes contracted for sale in Nassau County in November was $509,500, a whopping 10.7 percent increase from the $460,000 median price of pending home sales from Nov. 2016, according to preliminary numbers from the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island. November home prices in Nassau rose 4.3 percent from October’s $488,500 median. The rise in Suffolk home prices was more modest. The median price of pending home sales in Suffolk last month was $359,900, which was 5.8 percent hig... Read More
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Port Jefferson: From Shipbuilding Hub to Tourist Haven

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Dickensian characters such as Father Christmas roam the streets of Port Jefferson during the village’s annual Charles Dickens Festival. (Photo by Ron Ondrovic) The Port Jefferson we know today is a thriving hub for tourism on Long Island’s North Shore, drawing countless ferry-goers, shoppers, diners and bar patrons to the village’s brimming enclave. For many Long Islanders it is the go-to spot for a romantic date, and few simple pleasures can match spending a sunny day enjoying an ice cream cone and a walk down its colorful streets. Port Jefferson has changed dramatically over the last two centuries, transforming from a rural community in the 1700s to a vibrant ship... Read More
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12/14 Morning Weather

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Detected Closed Captioning: 5:12. 26DEGREES. TIME FOR TRAFFIC AND WEATHER ON THE 2s. ALEX HAS GOT A LOT TO TALK ABOUT ON THE ROADS. JOHN'S GOT A LITTLE BIT TO TALK ABOUT WITH THE WEATHER THIS MORNING. NOT MUCH, RIGHT? IN THE WORDS OF JESSICA MOORE EH. HERE'S THE DEAL, THERE'S OBVIOUSLY ENOUGH OUT THERE WHERE IT'S JUST SLIPPERY AND MESSY, AND THEN THEY'VE EITHER GONE CRAZY WITH THE SALT OR HAVEN'T SALTED AT ALL. AND AS FAR AS SCHOOL DROPOFF, I THINK IT ACTUALLY WILL GET A LITTLE BIT WORSE FOR PARTS OF LONG ISLAND. A LITTLE EXTRA TIME, I KNOW, I KNOW, EVERYBODY'S BUSY, BUT DON'T FORGET, IT IS GOING TO BE A LITTLE MESSY. LET'S SHOW YOU WHAT'S GOING ON. I LOVE THIS SHOT WE HAVE OF WEST 57th STREET. THIS IS A CAMERA WE BORROW FROM... Read More

(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 14 at 3:41AM EST until December 14 at 10:00AM EST by NWS New York City – Upton

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DESCRIPTION: ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 10 AM EST THISMORNING...* WHAT...Snow occurring. Plan on slippery road conditions,especially during the morning commute. Additional snowaccumulations of 1 to 3 inches are expected.* WHERE...Long Island.* WHEN...Until 10 AM EST this morning.* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Be prepared for reduced visibilities attimes.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow willcause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow coveredroads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.The latest road conditions for the state you are calling from canbe obtained by calling 5 1 1. INSTRUCTIONS: Please stay tuned to your lo... Read More

Winter Weather Advisory issued December 13 at 2:49PM EST until December 14 at 10:00AM EST by NWS New York City – Upton

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DESCRIPTION: ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 3 AM TO 10 AM ESTTHURSDAY...* WHAT...Snow expected. Plan on slippery road conditions,including during the morning commute on Thursday. Total snowaccumulations of 2 to 3 inches are expected.* WHERE...Long Island.* WHEN...From 3 AM to 10 AM EST Thursday.* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Be prepared for reduced visibilities attimes.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow willcause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow coveredroads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.The latest road conditions for the state you are calling from canbe obtained by calling 5 1 1. INSTRUCTIONS: Please stay tuned to your... Read More
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Early Chance For Snow Across The Area

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Detected Closed Captioning: Bonnie's Here Now I Know We Could Use A Little Fire Right About We Never Even Found The Freezing Mark Today We Were 31 for A High Temperature Weather Watchers Doing Their Thing They're Recording All The Readings For Me As Well Actually let's See We Had Four High Temperatures Around The Area Than Anybody All Right we Had Some 32s Patchogue John Caught Caught That Reading For Me West Babylon 32 Years At 34 In Bayside But The majority Of Our Air A Good Chunk About 80 Percent Never Found The Freezing Mark right Now Outside Temperature Is 27 First You're Getting The Clouds Then We'll See Some Snow Move In Winds Out Of the West At 15 Miles Per Hour 27 Right now High Temp Was Like I Said 31 Shy Of The Fr... Read More
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Salvation Army Officials Warn Of Holiday Toy Shortage

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Published on Dec 13, 2017Regional officials on Long Island are asking for help in making Christmas wishes come true. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Captioning: they Were Going To A Spec... Read More
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Local Republican Lawmakers At Odds With Compromise On GOP Tax Bill

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Detected Closed Captioning: Leaders In The House And Senate Have reached A Deal On A Tax Bill CBS 2's Dick Brennan Here To Tell Us What's In It And What It Means For The People Dick yeah Maurice And Christine That's The Big Question What's In It The Leaders have Been Hashing Out Details Since Each Body Passed Their Own Version And Now They've Gotten Together To Agree On One Bill But It Has Some Local Lawmakers Worried About State Local And Property Taxes They Say The People In Our Area will Still Be Hurt By It And They continue To Fight As We Speak Congress Has Reached An Agreement On Tax legislation That Will Deliver More Jobs Higher Wages And Massive Tax Relief For American Families And For American Companies President Tru... Read More
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Zeldin Talks Foreign Affairs at LIU Post

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U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin, left, and ex-U.S. Rep. Steve Israel, right, at LIU Post Dec. 11, 2017. U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) stopped by the Global Institute at LIU Post in Brookville this week to discuss current issues facing the nation and hot topics pending in Congress. Zeldin, the congressman who represents the East End of Long Island, shared his insights from sitting on the financial services and foreign affairs committees Dec. 11, the same day an attempted suicide bomber injured three in Manhattan. “The Global Institute is bringing together some of the best of Long Island’s leaders and great minds to be intimately more involved with leaders of our country on topics that a... Read More
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After decades of debate, $2B LIRR ‘third track’ is a go

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By GREGORY ZELLER // All aboard – the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has approved a roughly $2 billion deal to design and build the Long Island Rail Road’s long-debated “third track.” The contract approved Wednesday by the MTA Board of Directors with Lawrence-based 3rd Track Constructors – a joint venture uniting New York City-based Dragados USA Inc., Lawrence-based ... Read More
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Long Island granted $84.3M for business projects

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s regional development contest awarded $84.3 million in state aid to Long Island, about $22 million more than last year, Cuomo’s office announced. Some of the region’s big winners include projects at The Center for Science Teaching and Learning, Stony Brook University and Nassau Community College. The annual contest for state funding, which began in 2011, is designed to provide funding for innovative building and business projects that proponents say will create hundreds of jobs. The state is divided into 10 regions that submit proposals and are then winnowed down to the finalists. Long Island was named a top performer in this year’s competition. The awards, which amount to up to $755 millio... Read More
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Levy: What started in Patchogue is now mainstream

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At the Vision Long Island Smart Growth Summit last week I was asked by a reporter to provide advice to incoming Nassau executive Laura Curran’s transition team. The conversation made me reflect upon my own transitioning before I took office as Suffolk executive in 2004. It was there I decided I wanted to merge the county’s housing division with the Economic Development Department. I appointed the former head of the Long Island Housing Partnership, Jim Morgo, to head the new department. We created a vision that centered downtown redevelopment upon an infusion of new, vibrant workforce housing to be built in the vicinity of the walkable Main Street corridor. By the time we took the reins in January, I had already given th... Read More
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Cancer scammers face new arrest after skipping sentencing

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A couple who fraudulently pocketed thousands of dollars in donations for a 5-year-old boy with cancer could be looking at three years in prison after missing a court sentencing Wednesday where they were expected to merely get probation. Brittney Schmidt, 31, and Vincent Fina, 30, pleaded guilty in September in a Long Island court to a felony charge of scheme to defraud. Authorities say the pair solicited donations from businesses by claiming the money would pay for the child’s funeral. Prosecutors say there is an actual boy from Staten Island who has brain cancer, but that the couple has no relation to him and “misappropriated” his story to run their scam. They also say the couple used their own 11-year-old son as par... Read More
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Police Say Duo Used Stolen Credit Card For Skydiving

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Detected Closed Captioning: Police Have Arrested A Daring Duo They Say Used A Stolen Credit Card To Go Skydiving In There Is Video To Prove It 21 Year Old Bossy For Him And 19 Year Old Marion Burks Are Back On Solid Ground This Morning And Are Set To Be arraigned On Charges In Central Islip Today They Turned Themselves In To police Yesterday And Have Been Charged with Identity Theft And Forgery investigators Say They Used A Washington state Man's Credit Card To Purchase Skydiving Trips At Skydive Long Island Where They Also Had This Video Made Of Their Job ... Read More
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Long Island REDC rebounds with ‘Top’ $84.3M haul

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By GREGORY ZELLER // The Long Island Regional Economic Development Council is back on top, once again ranked as a “Top Performer” in Albany’s annual REDC sweepstakes with a hefty $84.3 million haul. That’s terrific news for the “priority” and “regionally significant” projects on the LIREDC’s 2017 wish list, which included funding for a waterfront revitalization effort in Greenport, a new technology-focused Digital Ballpark business incubator in the Wyandanch Village development and 31 other projects that... Read More
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MTA Board greenlights $2.6B Third Track project

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The MTA Board gave a unanimous go-ahead Wednesday for the $2.6 billion Third Track project. Work on the long-sought after project to add a third track to 9.8 miles of the Long Island Rail Road’s Main Line between Floral Park and Hicksville will begin immediately. A third track was pitched in the late 1980s and again in 2005, but was shot down by community opposition and lack of support from elected officials in western Nassau County. This time, however, the plan adds an estimated $1 billion in ancillary improvements, including the elimination of seven grade crossings and new train stations at New Hyde Park, Merillon Avenue, Mineola, Carle Place and Westbury. It also includes six new parking structures in Mineola, W... Read More
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Best of Long Island Spotlight: Top Shopping Destinations

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The holiday season is upon us, which means there is little time left to buy gifts for our loved ones, but Long Island is full of places to score a last-minute present. Press readers narrowed it down for us when they voted Tanger Outlets at The Arches the Best Mall on Long Island in the 2017 Best of Long Island contest. In addition, A&S Sports won Best Hobby Store on Long Island, From Italy With Love was named Best... Read More
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LI retail property sells for $4.35M

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A Carle Place-based real estate investment firm has purchased a Farmingdale retail property for $4.35 million. Montauk Properties bought a 2,952-square-foot restaurant on 1 acre at 2123-2125 Broadhollow Road that is triple-net leased to Wendy’s, which has occupied the site across from Farmingdale State College since 1978. Wendy’s recently extended its lease for another 15 years. Frank Caporrino of Invest Commercial represented the buyer Montauk Properties and the seller, 2121 Route 110 Associates, in the sales transaction. “This particular property, because of its location, is one of the highest-grossing fast food restaurants on Long Island,” Caporrino said in a written statement. “We were able to secure an... Read More
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Rosenberg: What’s with the governor’s speaking style?

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In a recent public service announcement, Andrew Cuomo is featured speaking to a group of children and he is relaxed, engaged, conversational…even warm. Whoa. This isn’t the governor which one former staffer is reputed to have once described as having just two expectations from people: surrender or die. Unlike his conversation with kids, whenever he gets in front of a podium he sounds like a strident, staccato, lecturing, drill sergeant from Queens who doesn’t seem to think his audience is quite smart enough to understand his narrative. Others have written about Mr. Cuomo’s particular style of speech, suggesting that what is accepted on Long Island, Midtown or Buffalo isn’t going to jive with Iowa Democrats when ... Read More
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Women, Dems Make Inroads in Long Island Elections

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From left to right: Nassau County Executive-elect Laura Curran, Hempstead Town Supervisor-elect Laura Gillen and Riverhead Town Supervisor-elect Laura Jens-Smith For three Long Island Democrats named Laura, luck was on their side and the wind at their backs on election night when they won their races — and made history in the process. Nassau County Legis. Laura Curran (D-Baldwin) became the first woman and third Democrat elected Nassau County executive when she beat ex-New York State Sen. Jack Martins (R-Old Westbury). Laura Jens-Smith was the first woman elected Riverhead town supervisor when she ousted four-term Republican incumbent Sean Walter. And Laura Gillen becam... Read More
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Retired News 12 Anchor Drew Scott on the Opioid Epidemic On Long Island

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Drew Scott is a former News 12 Long Island television news-anchor and reporter who helped pioneer Long Island television news as it exists today.He retired in September after 20 years as senior correspondent and anchor at News12.He is currently the co-chairman of the Southampton Town Opioid addiction Task Force.”After the passing of his beautiful granddaughter Hallie, Mr. Scott has educated himself and has become an advocate for stopping the opioid/heroin epidemic on Long Island and across America.Scott discusses what we need to do NOW, how you can get involved and is working in a report with recommendations to be submitted in 2018Detected Closed Captioning: [Mus... Read More
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‘Sense Of Self’ Project Offers Homeless Veterans Renewed Purpose

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Published on Dec 12, 2017A New York man says unemployment is a big reason for the increase in the number of homeless veterans across the country, so he decided to do something to help. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports. Category License Standard YouTube License ... Read More
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Debrief: Bill Lindsay III is on a manufacturing mission

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Lack of skilled workers and overregulation are among the issues undercutting Long Island manufacturers. And they’re in the crosshairs of the Long Island Manufacturing Task Force, unanimously approved this month by the Suffolk County Legislature. Legislator William Lindsay III (D-Bohemia), who introduced the task force bill, will chair the pro-production panel, formed in response to 8,000-plus job openings at Long Island factories (as counted by the Long Island chapter of the Workforce Development Institute) and other frightening factors. With representation from Suffolk’s departments of labor and economic development – as well as the county’s ... Read More
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Tuesday Night Marks The Beginning Of Chanukah

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Detected Closed Captioning: Well Tonight Marks The Beginning Of The Jewish Holiday Hanukkah It's A Festive celebration Lasts For Eight Nights CBS 2's Carolyn Gusoff Laden Roslyn Heights tonight With More On Its Many Traditions Hi Carolyn Hi Good Evening Around The World Jews Are Lighting The First Candle Tonight In This Eight Night Festival Of Lights And here At The Habad Of Rosslyn We Have Found What Purports To Be One Of The Biggest Menorahs In The World Possibly The Largest In The World Certainly The Largest Here In Long Island 34 Feet And It's Going To Be Lit Tonight With The Help Of The Rosslyn Highlands Fire department They're Testing Out Those Propane Torches Now It'll Happen In about Two Hours Uh Sure In A Joyous Cel... Read More
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$110 million lawsuit claims NY school ignored MS-13 threats

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A $110 million lawsuit claims a Long Island high school ignored warnings that MS-13 members were threatening a student who was later found beaten to death. The mother of 16-year-old Kayla Cuevas filed the lawsuit Monday against the Brentwood School District. Cuevas and 15-year-old Nisa Mickens were beaten and stabbed in September 2016. Federal authorities have arrested more than a half-dozen alleged members of MS-13 in the killings. A spokesman for the Brentwood School District declined to comment. Cuevas’ mother, Evelyn Rodriguez, claims in the lawsuit that employees and educators failed to act when told that the girl was being threatened. The lawsuit says the bullying went on for two years before the teena... Read More
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47-acre Lloyd Neck Estate With Helipad Asks $55M

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This sprawling estate with a 25-room Sassafras Tudor overlooking the Long Island Sound and amenities second to none is listed for sale at 19 Burrma Rd. in Lloyd Neck. Built in 1987, the 20,000-square-foot Stucco mansion has eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms and four half bathrooms. It’s situated on 47 acres, which adds up to nearly as much square footage as Roosevelt Field Mall. Among its many amenities are a helipad, private beach and dock on a cove known as The Sand Hole. It also has extensive gardens, a grand entry with a 48-foot Cathedral ceiling, a tennis court, in-ground pool, cabana, enclosed dining veranda and two 5,500-square-foot guest houses. The main house also ... Read More
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Tax package would ease hit to residents of high-tax states

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Congressional Republicans on Tuesday were speeding toward an agreement on a massive tax package that would ease the hit on Americans living in high-tax states and appease corporations that could have lost precious tax breaks. Negotiators were working to expand a deduction for state and local taxes to allow individuals to deduct income taxes as well as property taxes, said two congressional aides. Negotiators were also working to eliminate the alternative minimum tax for corporations, the aides said. The aides spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss private negotiations. Negotiators were still working Tuesday on how to pay for the expanded tax breaks, though Republican lawm... Read More
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Four Long Island Mobsters Charged With Racketeering, Feds Say

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Four Long Island men are among seven reputed mobsters arrested for allegedly running loansharking, illegal gambling and drug dealing rings on LI and in Brooklyn over the past three years, authorities said. Huntington residents John “Johnny Boy” Ambrosio, 74, and Anthony Rodolico, 46, were charged along with 67-year-old Anthony Saladino and 26-year-old Joseph Durso, both of Glen Cove. All are facing racketeering conspiracy charges in a 13-count indictment unsealed Tuesday at Central Islip federal court. “The arrests in this case prove organized crime families haven’t gone away, and continue to plague our communities with their general disregard for anything other than their own greed,” said William Sweeney, Jr., As... Read More
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Hobby Lobby to open third LI store

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Hobby Lobby, the popular national crafts and home decor chain, will be opening its third Long Island store. The Oklahoma City-based retailer leased the 40,000-square-foot former Sports Authority store in the 166,000-square-foot Sunrise Promenade shopping center at 5234 Sunrise Highway in Massapequa. It will be the first Nassau County location for Hobby Lobby, following two in Suffolk. This summer, Hobby Lobby opened a 43,000-square-foot location in King Kullen Plaza in Commack that had also been occupied by Sports Authority, which closed last year as part of the company’s bankruptcy. The chain is also planning to open a 46,400-square-foot store in Bay... Read More
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Lanco acquired by Nassau Candy subsidiary

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A subsidiary of Hicksville-based Nassau Candy has acquired a Ronkonkoma-based maker of corporate promotional products and chocolate confectionery. NC Chocolate Manufacturing, the parent company of Freeport-based Chocolate Inn/ Taylor & Grant, today announced the completion of its acquisition of Lanco Corp. The move is NCCM’s largest acquisition to date and it’s sixth in the promotional products market. Terms of the acquisition, which was completed on Dec. 8, were not disclosed. Lanco offers more than 1,200 products, including mugs, hand sanitizers, lip balm, and microfiber items as well as mints, gum, chocolates, and other edible products. The 32-year-old firm employs more than 100 people on Long Island and serves more... Read More
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Amid Amazon competition, Westfield malls sold for $15.7B

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The owner of Westfield shopping centers is being bought by French property investor Unibail-Rodamco for $15.7 billion as shop retailers struggle to keep up with the move to online sites like Amazon. The companies said Tuesday that the cash and shares deal would create a company with 104 shopping centers in 13 countries, including two on Long Island, that bring in an estimated 1.2 billion visits a year. Unibail-Rodamco invests in commercial property, from malls to office space, mainly in mainland Europe. Westfield, which started off in Sydney in the 1950s, is known for its 35 upscale shopping centers in major metropolitan areas, particularly in the U.S. and Britain. Unibail-Rodamco SE said Tuesday that its offer value... Read More
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Governor Cuomo Announces Plan To Transform Puerto Rico’s Electric Power Grid To Withstand Future Storms And Utilize Modern Grid Technologies

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Puerto Rico Energy Resiliency Working Group Provides Recommendations to Restore Puerto Rico and Implement the Build Back Better Plan. Albany, NY - December 12, 2017 - Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Governor Ricardo Rosselló today announced a plan to rebuild and transform Puerto Rico's electric power system, which was severely damaged by Hurricane Maria in September. The envisioned system will be more resilient, efficient, advanced, and less dependent on fossil fuel imports that cost Puerto Ricans more than $2 billion annually. "In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy in New York, a plan was immediately p... Read More
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Judaica Dealer’s Menorah Pays it Forward for Local Holocaust Center

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The Jewish Gift Place, an online Judaica dealer, is spreading Chanukah spirit by donating to The Holocaust Resource Center of Temple Judea in Manhasset proceeds from a menorah inspired by Janusz Korczak. Korczak was a famous Jewish pediatrician, educator, author, radio host and children’s rights advocate who ran an orphanage for Jewish children in Warsaw, Poland during World War II. On the menorah, his likeness is depicted leading a line of children, symbolizing their march toward the train to the Nazi extermination camp at Treblinka. It’s a scale model of a sculpture of Korczak outside Temple Judea. “That would make a great menorah,” Risa Borsykowsky, owner of the Long Is... Read More
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Temps Dip After Tuesday Warm Up

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Educators Call For Increased Access To Publicly Funded Pre-K For Long Island Children

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Published on Dec 11, 2017Advocates are calling it a crisis on the island, where more than 90 percent of four-year-olds are not entitled to publicly funded Pre-K. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected ... Read More
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Long Island Merchants Urge Patrons To Shop Local For The Holidays

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Published on Dec 11, 2017With Chanukah starting Tuesday and Christmas in just two weeks, some stores are launching promotions to lure you in and keep you close. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected... Read More
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All dressed up, and somewhere to go at LIU Post

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Christmas is coming early to Long Island University, which is receiving not one but two special gifts this week. LIU Post’s College of Management is slated to taken possession of 25 top-of-the-line mannequins created by Ralph Pucci International, a New York City designer known internationally for its furniture, fine art and distinctive, pliable, anatomically proportionate mannequins, among other top-drawer offerings. The mannequins, donated by the ... Read More
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Petraeus Talks National Security at LIU Appearance

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Ex-U.S. Rep. Steve Israel (D-Huntington), left, listens as retired Gen. David Petraeus speaks at LIU Post on Dec. 6, 2017 (Long Island Press photo) America’s status as a global superpower is at a crossroads, Gen. David Petraeus, the ex-CIA director who commanded US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, said during a recent trip to Long Island. Petraeus made the remarks while assessing the array of threats facing the nation Dec. 6 at LIU Post in Brookville during a public discussion moderated by ex-U.S. Rep. Steve Israel (D-Huntington), who chairs the university’s Global Institute. “They used to say, ‘what keeps you up at night?’” Petraeus recalled. “I’d s... Read More
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Cantor: Regional Plan Association’s proposals could drive Nassau forward

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As Nassau County’s County Executive- Elect Laura Curran (D) transitions from candidate to county executive, she has some interesting reading as she develops policy objectives for Nassau County. The first is the Regional Plan Association’s (RPA) recently released roadmap for regional growth. The other is the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) discussions of alternative revenue sources other than riders’ household budgets to operate its massive transportation system, including the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR). While some hoped for big visions from RPA’s fourth regional plan since the 1920’s, a closer look at this first regional plan in over two decades shows big things in Long Island’s future. In fact, ma... Read More
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Old St. Trick: Naughty Nomorobo traps telemarketers

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By GREGORY ZELLER // ’Twas the month before Christmas, and all through the land, robocalls haunted every woman and man – until Santa stepped in, and exacted a little robo-revenge. Welcome to A Very Nomorobo Christmas, a slightly offbeat holiday tale that spritzes pine-needle scent all over a somewhat brilliant marketing scheme that gives customers (and potential customers) an entertaining reason to come back and visit, while adding whole new dimensions to “jolly” St. Nick. That’s thanks to a clever alliance between Port Jefferson-based parent company Telephone Science Corp. – owner of hugely successful robocall bloc... Read More
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Afternoon Forecast 12-11-2017

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Detected Closed Captioning: four Bright Skies But There's A Change underway And The Answer To That Is blowing In The Wind Sunny And 39 With Variable Winds At Five So These Year Air Temperature Readings Between 33 And 40 This Change From Yesterday Actually Is A Little Warmer but I'll Tell You What The Wind We Have Wind Chills As Low As 28 The Wind Chill In The City Right Now Is 36 Degrees Wind Chills This Afternoon 30 To 35 Common For The City Long Island In Areas Just to The North And West So We're Gonna Be below Normal And We're Also Dealing With The Possibility Of A Little Bit Of Snow Now That Snow Would Come In Overnight Tonight And The Focus Would Be North And west then It's Warming Up For Some Rain during The Day On Tue... Read More
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Christie Brinkley Spills All About Her Kids, Activism and Her Wine

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That dazzling smile is instantly recognizable. No wonder: Supermodel Christie Brinkley has appeared on some 500 magazine covers around the world. Today, at age 63, the Malibu-raised surfer girl is an environmental rights advocate, humanitarian, TV host, Broadway star, New York Times best-selling author, and entrepreneur. The longtime Long Island resident spoke with the Long Island Press about Christie Brinkley Authentic Skin Care products, Hair2Wear extensions, Bellissima Prosecco sparkling wines, and the creativity and gratitude that sustain her. Long Island Press: What would other people be surprised to learn about you? CB: Som... Read More
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Climate Change Could Take the Air Out of Wind Farms

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Big offshore wind farms power Europe’s drive for a carbon-free society, while rows of spinning turbines across America’s heartland churn enough energy to power 25 million US homes. But a new study predicts that a changing climate will weaken winds that blow across much of the Northern hemisphere, possibly leading to big drops in clean wind energy. That’s because the temperature difference between the North Pole and the equator, which drives atmospheric energy in the form of winds and storm systems, is shrinking as the Arctic warms. A warmer Arctic means less of a temperatu... Read More
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Long Island Concerts & Events December 11-14

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'Long Island Medium' Theresa Caputo I Wanna Be A Dancing Man: Fred Astaire SoloFilm Historian Philip Harwood takes us on a musical journey, as we experience the solo dance numbers of Fred Astaire. Fred Astaire is the dancin’ man! Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave., Huntington. cinemaartscentre.org $11-$16. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 11. Acts of LoveThis intimate live performance depicts the heart wrenching story of Long Island actors Ed and Sue Anne Dennehy (Brian Dennehy’s brother and sister in law). From meeting on West Side Story, to their death on the very same... Read More
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Belmont Park Plans Unveiled

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Published on Dec 10, 2017For the first time, Long Island residents are getting a glimpse of what could be a going up in the vacant lots at Belmont Park. Hazel Sanchez has the latest. Category License Standard YouTube License Detected Closed Cap... Read More
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Remembering John Kominicki

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John Kominicki, left, was an honoree at a LISTnet event called “Launch Your Stars” on Dec. 11, 2013 at the Garden City Hotel. On right is Peter Goldsmith. John had many faces and all of them were outstanding. No matter if he wrote, spoke or sang, people listened and reacted. Upon moving to Long Island and taking over the Long Island Business News, he immediately made an impact because he demanded excellence in himself and others. At least four times a year four of us went out to dinner and to talk. The four Yacov Shamash, Ron Parr, John and I. I always brought pen and paper for John, because he was always looking for leads but never had anything to write them down on. Our din... Read More
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Long Island Students Win National Science Competition

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Detected Closed Captioning: And Finally For You Three Aspiring Teen Scientists Are On Their Way To Making A Big Difference In The World They Won The Top Prize At A National science Competition In Washington DC sixteen-year-old Jillian Parker Squealed Excitedly When She Realized She And Her Fellow High School Classmates Had Beaten out Thousands Of Contestants From Across The Nation To Win The Siemens Contest top Prize Of $100,000 Parker Collaborated With Classmates Joy Chen Li And Aruba Achmed They Uncovered The previously Unknown Role A Specific Protein Has For Potential Treatments For Autism Alzheimer's And Parkinson's Disease They Carried Out Their Research Under The Guidance Of Science Teachers At Half Hollow Hills High S... Read More
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Debate Over Solar Farm Near Abandoned Nuclear Plant

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Detected Closed Captioning: WELCOME BACK. ONCE AGAIN, THE ISSUE OF SOLAR FARMS AND WHERE TO PLACE THEM IS PUTTING ENVIRONMENTALISTS AGAINST ENVIRONMENTALISTS. LAST YEAR A PROPOSAL TO PLACE THE SOLAR FARM ON LAND NEXT TO THE LONG ABANDONED NUCLEAR POWER PLANT WAS ITSELF SCRAPPED BY THE LONG ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY. THAT AFTER THE BROOKHAVEN TOWN AND ENVIRONMENTALISTS OBJECTED TO IT. WHAT IS THEIR COMPLAINT? BECAUSE THE PROJECT WOULD HAVE REQUIRED CUTTING DOWN TREES AND TREES HELP TO REMOVE THE CARBON FOOTPRINT FROM THE ATMOSPHERE. NOW THERE IS A NEW TREES VERSUS SOLAR BATTLE AND IS NOT FAR AWAY IN MASTIC. EFFORT TO INCORPORATE THAT LAND INTO THE PROTECTIVE FIGHT -- PINE BARRENS REGION THOUGH NOT WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE PERSON ... Read More
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New Push To Help Homeless, Hungry Veterans

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New Push For Increased Regulations For Hookah Bars On Long Island

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Detected Closed Captioning: And We're Back A Huff Over Hookah Bars Is A Call To Ban Them In Certain Places So The Teens Don't Get Caught Up In The Vaping Craze TV 1055's Jennifer Mclogan has This Story From Nassau County Owners of Hookah Lounges And Vape Stores May Soon Find It More Difficult To Open following An Onslaught Of Parental Complaints Across Long Island's It's Something That We've Noticed Is Becoming More And More Prevalent Amongst Our Students The Vaping In The Hookah Yes the Largest Township In The State Hempstead Now Wants To Ban The Popular Smoking Lounges From Sites Near Schools parks And Homes Restricting Them To Industrial Zones So We Have To Do something And Standing Around Waiting For The Federal Governme... Read More
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Suffolk Needs to Act Now for Fair Census

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By Rossana Rosado If we’re not careful, Long Island could end up playing a losing hand in the nation’s most important numbers game. The U.S. Constitution requires a count of the nation’s population — or census — every 10 years and there are numerous reasons why. One is to determine the number of congressional representatives for each state — that way the census count serves as the basis for equal political representation among the states in Congress, a hallmark of our democracy. But the census also provides our government with a powerful tool that lawmakers rely upon to distribute federal funds, much of which move through our agency, to the state and lo... Read More
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Suffolk Needs to Act Now for Fair Census

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By Rossana Rosado If we’re not careful, Long Island could end up playing a losing hand in the nation’s most important numbers game. The U.S. Constitution requires a count of the nation’s population — or census — every 10 years and there are numerous reasons why. One is to determine the number of congressional representatives for each state — that way the census count serves as the basis for equal political representation among the states in Congress, a hallmark of our democracy. But the census also provides our government with a powerful tool that lawmakers rely upon to distribute federal funds, much of which move through our agency, to the state and lo... Read More
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Snow Tapers Off Across Tri-State

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Detected Closed Captioning: It Is But You Know The Drier Air Is Really Moving In So This Is Going To Wrap Up A Little Faster Than Initially thought For Some That's Good News That Gives You More Time If You're One Of those People That's Actually Gonna Head Out Tonight And Clean Up A Little Bit But For Other People They're Waiting until The Morning Want To Check In With some Of Our Weather Watchers See What Kinds Of Temperatures They Are Reporting And If We Take A Look Here You Can See We've Got Time Sort Of All Over The board All Cold I Might Add But One Of the Coldest 25 Degrees That's Charlie He Is In Narrows Berg And His Comet It's Looking Like A Winter Wonderland How Beautiful I'm So Glad You Think So Yeah I Think There A... Read More
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Families Enjoy Season’s First Snow

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Detected Closed Captioning: JESSICA LIVE IN PORT WASHINGTON LONG ISLAND. HI JESSICA. IT IS CERTAINLY PICTURESQUE OUT HERE AS WELL. THE SNOWFALL ENJOYED BY MANY OUT HERE TODAY IN PART BECAUSE FORTUNATELY IT DID NOT BRING ANY MAJOR PROBLEMS TO THE AREA. THERE WERE NO REPORTED POWER OUTAGES, NO SIGNIFICANT ISSUES ON THE ROADS OR RAILS. JUST A LIGHT POWDERY SNOW TO WATCH AND PLAY IN. THAT TURNED INTO SOME FLURRIES A MOMENT AGO. IT IS THE FIRST SNOW ANGEL OF THE SEASON. HE HAS BEEN WAITING FOR ENOUGH SNOW TO ACCUMULATE TO LEAVE HIS MARK OUTSIDE HIS HOME IN PORT WASHINGTON AND TO ENJOY OTHER THINGS. AND HAVE SNOW WARS AND MOSTLY SLEDDING. SLEDDING AND LOBBING A FEW SNOWBALLS AT DAD. WE ARE LOVING THE SNOW. FOLKS HERE ALSO TOOK ADVA... Read More
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Flakes Continue To Fall Across Tri-State

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Detected Closed Captioning: It Is We've Got A Few More Hours With this Snow And Then We'll Be Dealing With the Cold And Likely Some Ice Especially on Untreated Roads We'll Get To That In A Second First Up They Want To Check In With Some Of Our Weather Watchers See What Kinds Of Temperatures And Snow Amounts They Are Reporting It Is 9:30 8:00 At Night So You Can See Number Wise We've Got A Lot Of Temperatures In The Low 30s We Also Have Plenty That Are already Just In The Upper 20s And Remember Temperatures Will Continue To drop This Is Ralph He's In Plainview He Says It's 31 Degrees His Comment A Cold Winter Like Day Three Inches Of Snow In Plain View In New York Yeah It's Not Winter Yet No Right Not Not Not Technically And ... Read More
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Playing In The Snow On LI

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Detected Closed Captioning: No Complaints Here The Snowfall Like You Said Enjoyed By Many Out Here Today In Part Because Fortunately It Did Not bring Any Major Problems To The Area There Are No Reported Power Outages Or Significant Issues On The Roads Or Rails Just A Light Powdery Snow To Watch And Play In And As You Can See It's Still Coming Down Take A Look It's The First snow Angel Of The Season For nine-year-old Matisse Burns He's Been Waiting For Enough Snow To Accumulate To Leave His Mark Outside His Home In Port Washington I Love That When It Snows because You Make Even You Can Make Snow Angels You Can Have Snow Wars And Mostly About Sledding Sledding And Lobbying A Few Snowballs Are Dead No I I Love The Cold I Will N... Read More
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A Guide to 11 Gifts Made on Long Island

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Homemade gifts may be the most thoughtful and likely to warm hearts during the holidays, but some presents on people’s wish lists just can’t be whipped up without a little professional help. If the next best thing to homemade is something locally made, then holiday shoppers are in luck. Whether in the market for a present oozing with local craftsmanship or something for that hometown cheerleader on your list — the typewho eats, drinks and wears their Long Island pride — our gift to you, dear readers, is this bountiful guide to gifts made for and by Long Islanders. You’re welcome. ... Read More
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Snickers Among Dogs, Cats Seeking Long Island Homes

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Snickers Two cats and a pup is this week’s theme for adorable animals looking for their forever homes. Meet Kittie, Callisto and Snickers, who would all make great additions to your family today! Available for adoption at Last Hope Animal Rescue in Wantagh is Snickers. This bubbly Hound/Shepherd is under a year old and is full of energy. Snickers was found as a stray and brought to the Brookhaven Town Shelter, when Last Hope found him and scooped him up. Snickers is a great pooch who likes other dogs and would do best with kids over 10. If interested in meeting cutie, contact Last Hope at lasthopeanimalrescue.org or better yet... Read More
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Biting Winds Follow Season’s First Snowfall

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Detected Closed Captioning: Outside Cindy Right Now Yes The Snow Is On The Way And We're Take A Look At Our Weather Watchers And What We've Got Going On There All I Don't Know They Excited About The Snow Headed Our Way I'm Gonna Actually Get Into Some Pictures Here And See What We've Got okay Obviously People Are Getting Ready alina Naka Theroux Okay She's All Prepared For The Dreaded S Word It's Not That Bad You Know I Know You're Not A Snow Fan And Somebody's Got Their Snow blower Out Yes We Actually Will Need This Through Parts Of The Tri-state Area later Today So All In All It's Gonna Be Snowing In The Next Couple Of Hours Throughout The Tri-state Area Let's Go Outside And Take A Look Well We've Got Cloudy Skies And The ... Read More
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Hats Off to The Boss: Farewell, John Kominicki

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John Kominicki was the publisher of the Long Island Press. We were putting the finishing touches on our cheerful holiday issue full of gift guides and other fun seasonal stories when we heard the news that shocked our staff and countless others. John Kominicki, the publisher of the Long Island Press who revived the title into a monthly magazine just four months ago, died Dec. 5 after a brief battle with stomach cancer. As a melanoma survivor, when we heard that he was diagnosed again, we were hoping and praying that he would pull off a repeat. But at 62 years young, John was called to his next assignment, his wife, Marie, sadly reported. “His passing was peaceful, smooth... Read More

(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 09 at 3:24AM EST until December 10 at 6:00AM EST by NWS New York City – Upton

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DESCRIPTION: ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 AM ESTSUNDAY...* WHAT...Snow expected, mixing with rain and sleet in theafternoon and evening. Plan on slippery road conditions. Totalsnow accumulations of 2 to 5 inches are expected, lowest amountacross the eastern tip of Long Island.* WHERE...Southeastern Suffolk County.* WHEN...Until 6 AM EST Sunday.* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Be prepared for reduced visibilities attimes.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow willcause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow coveredroads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.The latest road conditions for the state you are calling from canbe obtained by calli... Read More

(EXTENSION – time) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 08 at 3:22PM EST until December 10 at 6:00AM EST by NWS New York City – Upton

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DESCRIPTION: ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT FROM 4 AM SATURDAY TO6 AM EST SUNDAY...* WHAT...Snow expected, possibly mixing with rain and sleet in theafternoon and evening. Plan on slippery road conditions. Totalsnow accumulations of 2 to 6 inches are expected, lowestamounts across the eastern tip of Long Island.* WHERE...Southeastern Suffolk County.* WHEN...From 4 AM Saturday to 6 AM EST Sunday.* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Be prepared for reduced visibilities attimes.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow willcause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow coveredroads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.The latest road conditions for the state you ar... Read More

(CONTINUATION) Winter Weather Advisory issued December 08 at 11:02PM EST until December 10 at 6:00AM EST by NWS New York City – Upton

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DESCRIPTION: ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 4 AM SATURDAYTO 6 AM EST SUNDAY...* WHAT...Snow expected, possibly mixing with rain and sleet inthe afternoon and evening. Plan on slippery road conditions.Total snow accumulations of 2 to 6 inches are expected, lowestamounts across the eastern tip of Long Island.* WHERE...Southeastern Suffolk County.* WHEN...From 4 AM Saturday to 6 AM EST Sunday.* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Be prepared for reduced visibilities attimes.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow willcause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow coveredroads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.The latest road conditions for the state yo... Read More

Winter Storm Warning issued December 08 at 3:22PM EST until December 10 at 6:00AM EST by NWS New York City – Upton

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DESCRIPTION: ...WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 4 AM SATURDAY TO 6 AM ESTSUNDAY...* WHAT...Heavy snow expected. Plan on difficult travelconditions. Total snow accumulations of 5 to 7 inches areexpected.* WHERE...Portions of southern Connecticut and Eastern LongIsland.* WHEN...From 4 AM Saturday to 6 AM EST Sunday.* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Be prepared for significant reductions invisibility at times. Snow accumulation on pavement will be morelikely in the afternoon and evening.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...A Winter Storm Warning for snow means severe winter weatherconditions are expected. If you must travel, keep an extraflashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of anemergency. The latest road conditions for the state you ... Read More

(CONTINUATION) Winter Storm Warning issued December 08 at 11:02PM EST until December 10 at 6:00AM EST by NWS New York City – Upton

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DESCRIPTION: ...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 4 AM SATURDAY TO6 AM EST SUNDAY...* WHAT...Heavy snow expected. Plan on difficult travelconditions. Total snow accumulations of 5 to 7 inches areexpected.* WHERE...Portions of southern Connecticut and Eastern LongIsland.* WHEN...From 4 AM Saturday to 6 AM EST Sunday.* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Be prepared for significant reductions invisibility at times. Snow accumulation on pavement will bemore likely in the afternoon and evening.PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...A Winter Storm Warning for snow means severe winter weatherconditions are expected. If you must travel, keep an extraflashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of anemergency. The latest road conditions for the st... Read More
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LI Couple Sues Contractor

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A Long Island couple is taking their complaints against their home improvement contractor to the next level. They claim they are out hundreds of thousands of dollars, and they’re fighting back with a unique campaign to change what they call a flaw in the law. Carolyn Gusoff reports.Detected Closed Captioning: Hope Peace Joy Adorn The East Williston Home Of Corinne And Sean Done But The Couple Says They Had None Of That through A Year And A Half Nightmare A Contractor They Claim Disappeared With Their Life Savings And Left Their Home Unlivable No Windows No Floors Okay No kitchen You Know Matthew Was Missing They Were Mice Living In Floors There Was Rain Was Coming In Through Our brand-n... Read More
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NIFA Orders Sweeping Budget Cuts

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Detected Closed Captioning: The McGinnis Family Of Carl Place Knows How To Balance A Personal Budget If I Do dishes I Get Around College Is Expensive And That's My Main Concern Right Now But When It Comes To Their County Of Nassau they Like Other Taxpayers Are Unnerved By What They've Seen Fiscal Responsibility Just Hasn't Happened people Have Made Agreements And Contracts Those Union Contracts And Agreements Are Safe But This Time Knife ax The NASA Interim Finance Committee that Monitors And Oversees County Spending Is No Longer Requesting But ordering Sweeping Budget Cuts Finally Knife Ax Is Using The Ultimate power For The First Time Since It Was Created In 1999 George Marland Former Knife Board Member Says Lame-duck Ed M... Read More
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Police Search For Skydiving Criminals

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Up to 7 Inches of Snow Forecast for Long Island

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A winter storm is forecast to bring 4-to-7 inches of snow to Long Island on Saturday in what is shaping up to be the first snowfall of the cold season, forecasters said. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for most of Suffolk County and a winter weather advisory for Nassau Saturday through Sunday mornings. “Highest snow accumulation should occur Saturday morning into Saturday evening,” NWS meteorologists in the agency’s Upton office said in a statement. “Be prepared for significant reductions in visibility at times. Snow accumulation on pavement will be morelikely in the afternoon and evening.” The advisory is also in effect for New Yo... Read More