Wednesday Jul 16
Point Lookout fish company, officials admit to fraud in fluke purchases
A Point Lookout fish company and two top officials pleaded guilty Wednesday to fraudulently underreporting fluke they purchased that had been caught as part of a federal research program, authorities said.
Plane with swastika banner flies over Long Island's South Shore, angering residents
Pro-Swastika.org banner attached to a plane that flew over the Point Lookout beach on Saturday, July 12, 2014.
70 subpoenas issued 'throughout New York' in federal probe of fisheries program
The federal government has issued 70 grand jury subpoenas as part of two-year investigation into a fishing auction program widely criticized as a "license to steal" for some fishermen.
Kate Murray, Schumer herald Hempstead Town beach restoration after Sandy
Hempstead Town officials and Sen. Charles Schumer Monday urged residents to return to barrier island beaches after two years of storm recovery and rebuilding efforts.
Nassau moves to settle suit in police shooting
Kurt Doerbecker was shot and killed by police after a standoff at his parents' home in Point Lookout on Aug. 31, 2011.