Luke Funk is the Digital Content Director for FOX5NY.com. He has been in charge of web and social media properties for WNYW since March 2006.
Prior to that, he held a variety of roles in TV news, starting as a photographer and reporter before becoming a producer and then an executive producer.
He has worked in Richmond, Virginia, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Boston, Philadelphia and New York.
He got his start as an anchor and reporter for an all-business news radio station in Virginia.
Funk has been awarded 5 Emmy awards in his career.
A growing scene for those who venture out into the streets of Manhattan these days is boarded up storefronts.
Starting Friday, all New York City residents can get free meals at any of the locations that are handing out food for students.
The NYPD found a dead man on the floor of a subway train.
New York City's jail population is the lowest it has been since the 1940s.
President Donald Trump backed away from calling for a quarantine for coronavirus hotspots in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, instead directing Saturday night that a “strong Travel Advisory” be issued to stem the spread of the outbreak.
In announcing that the number of positive coronavirus cases in the state has jumped to 25,665, Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned the rest of the country that the virus is headed their way.
Governor Cuomo says the number of coronavirus cases in New York has jumped to 15,166 as of Sunday morning.
Mayor Ras J. Baraka says authorities have located the woman who went missing after she tested positive for coronavirus.
New York is going to suspend some rules to allow bars to sell booze to go in an effort to help keep them in business during the coronavirus restrictions that are going into effect.
Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered that all bars, restaurants, and cafes in New York City to close starting on Tuesday due to the coronavirus outbreak.