Kayla Mamelak joined the FOX 5 News team in February 2017. Originally from California, Kayla started her career reporting for an NBC affiliate in Worcester, MA. There, she worked on general assignment stories as well as anchored the evening newscast. Kayla then moved to FiOS1 News in Westchester County, NY where she reported primarily on breaking news. Today, Kayla does general assignment reporting for FOX 5, covering New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Kayla graduated from Boston University with a major in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Sociology.
Ninety locations across the state are scheduled for inoculations throughout the week.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is warning mass transit riders that severe service cuts and layoffs of agency employees are possible.
Gov. Phil Murphy has announced new COVID requirements for New Jersey businesses in an effort to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
Chief Juanita Holmes is barreling through the NYPD's glass ceiling.
Top brass in the New York City Police Department is a boys club, according to two former NYPD chiefs.
It's the opposite of what you want to see in the middle of a pandemic. Dozens of unmasked partiers crammed onto an MTA bus in Maspeth, Queens while smoking, dancing and ignoring social distancing rules. The MTA is now trying to track down the culprits behind the pop-up party.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza have laid out new protocols for handling any possible confirmed coronavirus cases in schools this upcoming year.
To say Lara Prychodko was in good spirits the afternoon of July 10, 2018 would be an understatement.
Mayor Bill de Blasio blasted the Jewish community in Williamsburg following a large turnout for a rabbi's funeral during the coronavirus pandemic.
In a move that could upend New York City’s rental market, New York state regulators have decided tenants are no longer on the hook for broker fees.