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.
The commissioner of the New York City Department of Transportation wants more speed cameras put in school zones and more red-light cameras at dangerous intersections. But the city can't do this without permission from Albany.
Big weddings are ready to make a comeback in the summer and fall of 2022 as brides and grooms are ready to put the Pandemic behind them and celebrate in a big, lavish way.
Many people who left New York City during the pandemic have returned. So the rising rents are due to supply-and-demand forces.
The New York City Department of Education's Summer Rising program is designed to help kids who fell behind during the pandemic. It was so successful last year that the program has now been expanded.
What motivated 62-year-old Frank James to allegedly unleash terror in the subway remains unknown, as law enforcement continues to investigate.
A survey showed that New Yorkers want to see more police around but they don't necessarily want them to handle mental health cases. New Yorkers also are concerned about rising rents.
Rents went down when people moved out of New York City during the onset of the pandemic. But now demand is up and supply is down, causing rents to rise — in some cases by a lot.
Could Times Square be home to a new casino in New York City?
An institute in New York teaches young adults with special needs how to advocate for themselves. Students pick an area of interest and learn how to make and give a presentation on the subject. Who better to educate others about what they need than those who need it most?
Dr. Chris Jahraus drove to the Poland-Ukraine border hoping to get his child out of an orphanage in the war-torn country. Although he wasn't able to see his son, he was able to help a Ukrainian woman and her two children.