Long Island News

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Reports from Terry Sheridan and the Long Island News Bureau staff, a collaboration with Stony Brook University's School of Journalism; WSHU's Charles Lane; and Karen DeWitt of New York State Public Radio

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Shortly after sexual harassment allegations against Senate Independent Democratic Leader Jeff Klein emerged, numerous people started calling for an independent investigation. But under current law, there are few avenues available for launching a probe.

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Long Island is home to many large Salvadoran communities. Thousands of them now face deportation after President Trump revoked their protected status this week. That's left immigrant families in turmoil, some local officials worried about the economy and others saying it is time for them to go.

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On Long Island, the town of Brookhaven’s Planning Board has approved a controversial solar farm to be built in Mastic. 

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The 2018 election season is beginning, but state Republicans are still trying to settle on a strong candidate to challenge Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo, who has said he wants to seek a third term. 

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The leader of the Independent Democrats in the New York State Senate denies that he forcibly kissed a former staffer, and says he intends to remain as leader of the breakaway Democratic faction.

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