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New York state Legis. Jon Cooper and local officials host live fire demonstration of a controversial new tool against rising crime in a North Shore community on Long Island.
More than 16,000 braved cold temperatures and long lines in Uniondale for a 90-second audition with producers from the popular "X Factor" TV talent show.
After three days without power, Huntington residents find ways to make due as workers scramble to get electricity, phones and cable back to normal after Hurricane Irene wreaked havoc on Long Island.
Reaction on the street was sharp and swift on the news of a new TV reality show featuring six "boomerang generation" rich and pampered females from Great Neck who live in the comfort at the expense of their fathers' bank accounts.
Can you choose just one word to describe your mom? Apparently, finding an answer is not as easy as it sounds.
Hundreds turned out at Chabad of Great Neck to hear activist Pamela Geller voice her opinion against Islamic jihad after a planned talk at Great Neck Synagogue was cancelled a week earlier. It was Geller who helped organize the rally against a prosed "Ground Zero" mosque in 2011.
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In an age when gay couples struggle for their legal chance at the altar as others clamor to keep them away, it's hard to imagine that somewhere in the mix lies a third dimension. That's where you'll find Debbie Gibson.
When it comes to overcoming seemingly insurmountable challenges - especially involving ice - Sarah Hughes has a way of seeing them through. On the heels of recently announced plans to transform the empty Kingsbridge Armory in the Bronx into the world's largest indoor skating center, it seems the 2002 Olympic champion is again on the winning side of a hard fought victory involving some slippery twists and turns.
Rich Jacques interviews country superstar Kathy Mattea.
With a touch of New York punk still in them, the boys from Buffalo have grown in more ways than one. Evolving from the punk scene and small clubs like CBGB's and Maxwell's nearly 25 years ago, to larger venues and worldwide fame, the Goo Goo Dolls plan to get intimate with the audience for two shows in Huntington in the coming days.
A one-on-one interview with legendary songwriter, Don McClean.
A few words with country music icon Crystal Gayle.