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 latest from Sharon Crowley
NYC migrant crisis: Mayor explores paying homeowners to house asylum seekers
Mayor Eric Adams recruited faith leaders to open up churches, synagogues and mosques for migrants, but he's now considering taking things a step further by asking private homeowners to share their space.
Diversity issues persist in elite NYC high school admissions
The underrepresentation of Black and Latino students in prestigious institutions like Stuyvesant High School, Brooklyn Tech, and Bronx Science has been a long-term problem for the city.
NYC Airbnb hosts fight back against new rules with lawsuit
Airbnb hosts in New York City are suing the city over new regulations and claiming unfair targeting of law-abiding homeowners.
Hochul announces $500M initiative to expand child care in NY
Childcare in New York City is some of the most expensive in the nation, with three of the five boroughs rated as the most expensive places for children in the nation.
Arrest made in murder of Sayreville councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour
An arrest has been made in the murder of Sayreville Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour.
Review-bombers can't stop 'The Little Mermaid' from making a box-office splash
Websites are reporting a suspicious amount of negative reviews being directed at the new Disney film 'The Little Mermaid,' which had a historic opening weekend.
Memorial Day Weekend: Beach businesses hoping for busy season
2023 is the first summer since the official end of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the potential return of pre-pandemic crowds has small business owners keeping their fingers crossed.
NYC Traffic Enforcement Agents push for body cams amid increasing security concerns
Traffic Enforcement Agents in New York City are calling for body cameras, so everyone can see the threats and abuse they endure during their job.
WalletHub study ranks NYC as worst place to start a career
A new study by WalletHub says New York City is one of the worst places to start a career.
NYC's status as a sanctuary city draws thousands of asylum seekers weekly
New York City became a sanctuary city under Mayor Ed Koch in the 1980s.