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Stella: Bluster, No Blizzard

The Long Island Rail Road is running on a regular, weekday schedule with some delays; Suffolk Transit and SCAT service is reportedly suspended today, Tuesday; Nassau NICE Bus may experience service suspensions by afternoon, according to officials. Read more...

Stella: Storm Variety for Long Island

Our mid-March storm, known to some as "Stella," is causing a mix of conditions across Long Island, with a blizzard warning in effect for northern Nassau County and northwestern Suffolk. Read more...

Bomb Threat at Republic Airport

Suffolk County Police are currently investigating a bomb threat at Farmingdale's Republic Airport.  The threat was called in shortly after 12pm Wednesday March 1st.  The airport has been evacuated.  No further information was available.  Read more...

The storm is passed, but the snow is deep

Today’s blizzard-like conditions are responsible for system-wide delays on the Read more...

"Long Islanders know the story: stay safe at home"

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is on Long Island Read more...

Governor Cuomo is expected to join local officials this afternoon

WALK’s Pat Pagano says our first major winter storm of 2017 will drop more than Read more...

"A potently-dangerous, fast-moving storm"

Pat Pagano, and authorities throughout the region encourage everyone to stay put, and to put-off any unnecessary travel today. Read more...

The Suffolk County Emergency Operations Center is open

WALK Meteorologist Pat Pagano says snowfall accumulations may range between Read more...

Commercial Karaoke during the Tony Awards

Do you like Carpool Karaoke? Well the Tony Awards came up with their own rendition called Commercial Karaoke! The host, James Corden, asked two willing volunteers to go on stage and sing a broadway themed song for the audience. Who volunteered? Jake Gyllenhaal and Sean Hayes. What did they sing? "A Whole New World" from Aladdin. Read more...

$5K Reward Offered in Hate Graffiti Case

Hauppauge (WALK) - No arrests yet in a hate crime in Hauppauge Sunday but it turns out the suspect was caught in the act by a security camera. Read more...

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