Kendall Green is a general assignment reporter at FOX 5 News.
His career in journalism began as a part-time photographer at 16WAPT News during his junior year at Jackson State University's School of Journalism and Media Studies.
He joins FOX 5 News after two years as a reporter and fill-in anchor for WMAR-2 News in Baltimore, Maryland where his coverage ranged from the city's deadly crime, its root causes, and corruption to the city's rich art, culture, and community activism. Prior to that, Kendall was a multimedia journalist (one-man band) in Waco, TX, and an MMJ/ENG live truck operator at his first station on-air at WDAM in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. That's where he learned to use his position to amplify voices, issues, and characters in the heart of the community.
The example of journalists, both in front and behind the camera, in his hometown of Jackson, Mississippi kindled his love for storytelling.
Kendall is both excited and grateful to be an eye ear and voice for those who call New York home.
When he's not reporting the news, he is recording music, working out, trying new food, or exploring a new part of town.
If you see Kendall, feel free to say hello and connect with him on social media.
The latest from Kendall Green
Judge recuses herself from deadly Queens shooting case against Charles Foehner
According to police, 32-year-old Cody Gonzalez approached Foehner and demanded money and cigarettes, attempting to rob him before the shooting occurred.
NYC's Animal Care Centers encouraging adoptions of big dogs
This May, Animal Care Centers of New York are dropping their adoption fee for dogs over 40 pounds to just $5 on Wednesdays.
Father, mother charged in murder of Bronx 3-month-old girl
On the way out from the 44th precinct Monday night, the girl's father told reporters, "I love my daughter. I’m sorry. It was a mistake."
Injured veteran receives mortgage-free Connecticut home for his service
Retired U.S. Army Specialist Evan Marcy, the son of a 9/11 first responder, was injured while on deployment in Afghanistan in 2009.
Harlem Church hosts somber celebration of George Floyd's life
The murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police was three years ago today, sparking fervent protests around the world in response.
Sports betting on the ride among college-age adults
According to a new survey, more than half of college-aged adults acknowledge making at least one sports wager, with many college students calling themselves bettors.
NYPD officers confiscate massive speaker systems in Queens for more quiet
Police are cracking down on massive speaker systems that have been attached to the roofs of cars, causing noise disturbances in neighborhoods.
School that taught black students during segregation era becomes historic NYC landmark
A former Manhattan school building rich in history is now officially a New York City landmark.
‘Unintentional tragedy’: AG won’t file charges against NYPD officers in man's death
"It was determined that Mr. Smith’s death was a horrible and unintentional tragedy," a spokesperson with the attorney general’s office said in a statement regarding their investigation.
Iconic Brooklyn rapper Notorious B.I.G. honored for 51st birthday
As part of the celebration, the Universal Hip Hop Museum unveiled a portion of its permanent exterior "Lyric Wall," featuring the famous lines from the rapper’s song "Juicy."