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Nassau police: Missing person alert


Steven Vitale, 27, who suffers from a cognitive disorder and is in need of medication, was last seen in East Meadow on April 7. Vitale is described as 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Call the Nassau police department's missing persons squad at 516-573-7347 with any information.



Snow in April?!


Spring snow greeted commuters earlier this morning, but the most trouble Long Islanders might have encountered was clearing an icy coating from their windshields. Check out some of the comments and photos our Newsday staff and readers posted this morning.







Puppy of the day: Marie


Marie is a 3-year-old hound-beagle mix who wants to sit in the laps of her new family. Call the Kent Animal Shelter in Calverton for further information at 631-727-5731. Watch a brief video shot by Newsday's Chris Ware for more information on Marie.

Newsday's 'Puppy of the Day' Marie, a 3-year-old hound-beagle mix who is up for adoption at the Kent Animal Shelter in Calverton needs a forever home. 


Today's top stories


EXEC'S CAPITAL PLAN PROPOSES $207M TO FIX OUTFALL PIPE - Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone Tuesday unveiled a whopping $410.3 million 2015 capital budget that will borrow $5 million to pay for new police cars in the depleted fleet and spend $207 million to replace an aging bay outfall pipe for the Southwest sewer district.

County Executive Steve Bellone unveiled a whopping $410.3 million 2015 capital budget that will borrow $5 million to pay for new police cars in the depleted fleet and spend $207 million to replace an aging bay outfall pipe for the Southwest sewer district. (Credit: Johnny Milano) 

STUDENTS GET 1ST LOOK AT QUESTIONS IN REVAMPED SAT - Students worldwide today get a first look at dozens of SAT questions similar to what test-takers may confront when the revamped college-admissions exam debuts in 2016, with what its designers bill as "real world" math problems revolving around hotel taxes, gas mileage and currency exchange rates and less-obscure vocabulary questions.


COPS: MAN DROVE BUS FULL OF DRUNKEN TEENSA party bus trip that started in Garden City with dozens of high schoolers and gallons of alcohol ended in Southampton with several teens intoxicated and the driver arrested for child endangerment, police said.


COPS: UP TO 600 PIECES OF MAIL STOLEN - 
U.S. Postal Service inspectors are investigating the theft of mail from two relay boxes in Freeport earlier this month.

ATTORNEY: LAUREL HOLLOW TARGETED DESIGNER - The attorney for a designer who organized an open house at a Gold Coast mansion that Laurel Hollow officials shut down last year has accused the village of "selective prosecution."

JUDGE REJECTS SMITHTOWN'S DENIAL TO BUILD SONICA State Supreme Court judge has overturned the Smithtown Board of Zoning Appeals' denial of a request to build a Sonic in Nesconset, saying the board "improperly bowed to community pressure" over traffic, safety and quality-of-life issues.



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