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  • Scientists try to measure love

    Scientists try to measure love
    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...
  • Not All Men Checking Vasectomy Results

    Not All Men Checking Vasectomy Results
    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,...
  • Haiti Victim Receives Life Changing Surgery at LI Hospital

    Haiti Victim Receives Life Changing Surgery at LI Hospital
    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...
  • Cops: Father Shoots, Kills Wife And Two Daughters

    Cops: Father Shoots, Kills Wife And Two Daughters
    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...
  • Marine Dad Granted Leave To See Ill Daughter

    Marine Dad Granted Leave To See Ill Daughter
    A local marine who was initially denied emergency leave to see his premature newborn daughter, will be reuniting with his family this week. Marine Lance Cpl. Keith Wagenhauser is expected to be home by Tuesday night, New York Sen. Charles Schumer...
  • Marine Dad Returns Home to See Premature Baby

    Marine Dad Returns Home to See Premature Baby
    A local marine - who was initially denied emergency leave to see his premature newborn daughter - reunited with his family on Friday at Stony Brook University Medical Center on Long Island. Lance Cpl. Keith Wagenhauser, a Middle Island native, arrived at...
  • LI Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Fatally Stabbing Husband

    LI Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Fatally Stabbing Husband
    A Long Island woman accused of fatally stabbing her husband more than a dozen times pleaded not guilty Saturday. Kathleen Prisco attacked her husband during a domestic dispute at their Fort Salonga home Friday, prosecutors said. Cops found Ralph Prisco,...
  • Minnesota updates and lineup

     
    Hello from the Metrodome. Made it to Minnesota with usual travel dramas, though none actually related to the flight. I'm telling you, I attract this stuff like honey attracts bees. We'll leave it at a police situation at LAX which......
  • The post-election landscape: Suffolk looks ahead

     
    With polls opening early tomorrow, political insiders are already looking ahead to the post-election landscape. Republicans, for example, are already whispering that hard-working first-timer Lee Zeldin 28, a lawyer and Iraq vet (photo, right), would...
  • Baseball: Two more Crespi commitments

     
    Outfielders Michael Hubbard and Josh Mason from Encino Crespi have committed to Stony Brook University. They will join a former Crespi pitcher, Tyler Johnson, who is already playing for Stony Brook. -- Eric Sondheimer...