3:23 p.m. Christiano’s, once thought to be Billy Joel's famed "Italian Restaurant," has uncorked their last chianti after 56 years of business. Read the story here.
2 p.m. A Queens man will serve jail time, get probation, and pay restitution for setting fire to dumpsters on the Fourth of July. Read the full story here.
1:15 p.m.: A Lindenhurst man was arrested Tuesday after police say he held two females, one just 15-years-old, against their will and forced them "to engage in acts of prostitution." Read the full story here.
11:20 a.m.: A “person of interest” strolled right past Nassau County Police headquarters Tuesday without getting arrested. NCPD posted a picture on its Facebook page of Jim Caviezel, star of hit CBS show, "Person of Interest," as he walked near NCPD headquarters Tuesday. See the photo here.
11:05 a.m.: Two people were arrested Tuesday afternoon in Ronkonkoma after police discovered "a large quantity of heroin" in their car, which was also occupied by their 5-month-old son, police said. Read the full story here.
10:28 a.m.: Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine are slated to announce a plan Wednesday that will provide bus shelters on county roads within Brookhaven Town. The town has agreed to extend its advertiser-supported bus shelter system to the county. The resolution will be voted upon by the Suffolk County Legislature next Tuesday.