Sharon Crowley joined FOX 5 from FOX 29 in Philadelphia. An award-winning journalist, she covers breaking news, general assignment, and investigative stories.
Crowley has reported on many local and national news stories including New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, the Boston Marathon bombings, the 9-11 terrorist attacks, the Atlanta Olympic Park bombing and the disappearance of D.C. intern Chandra Levy.
She anchored FOX 5's breaking news when President Obama announced Osama bin Laden was killed.
Previously, Crowley worked as a reporter for FOX 5 in Atlanta and the FOX affiliate in Raleigh. She has appeared on The FOX News Channel, On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, The O'Reilly Factor and America's Most Wanted.
It is now up to a judge to decide how much time Derek Chauvin will serve in prison for killing George Floyd.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a $30 million effort through NYC & Company to bring back tourists.
Hundreds of people gathered outside Barclays Center in Brooklyn in solidarity to remember Floyd.
Every year, marijuana smokers celebrate 4/20. But this year was different in New York because of the recently passed law that legalized recreational cannabis use.
Vaccination sites run by New York City and New York state show plenty of available day-of appointments all over. That points to a drop in demand.
The pandemic is making it harder to be a teenager. Remote learning is keeping many isolated, and for some, their mental health is being affected.
During Ramadan last year the mosque was closed. This year there will be an opportunity for some members of the mosque to pray together.
Despite a continual push by Mayor de Blasio, many New York City parents have not sent their children back to the city's schools for in-person learning.
Traffic congestion is going to get worse before it gets better even in a post-pandemic New York City.
Asian American Pacific Islander history is American history. And one way for all Americans to learn about each other's cultures is through reading.