Raegan Medgie is an award-winning reporter who joined the FOX 5 News Team in June 2017. Prior to FOX 5, Raegan worked at The Weather Channel. Her first day on-air was the launch of AMHQ with Sam Champion. As the Northeast Correspondent based in New York, she became part of “Wake Up With Al” and MSNBC as she criss-crossed the country, chasing storms and humanizing the aftermath. She also worked as a general assignment reporter covering breaking news for WCBS/CBS2 New York. Medgie also filled-in as the entertainment reporter for CBS-FM. Before making New York home, she was a reporter and anchor for WNEP (ABC) Newswatch 16 in Scranton, Pennsylvania; WETM (NBC) in Elmira, New York where she earned an Associated Press Award for Best Enterprise Reporting; and TV2 News in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Her first taste as a reporter began at Temple Update, the student run TV station at her alma mater Temple University in Philadelphia (Go Owls!). Medgie is from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and loves experiencing life with family and friends. She enjoys traveling, running through new neighborhoods, and is a huge supporter of animal rights and welfare. She is married and lives in New York City.
As of Wednesday morning, a runaway bull is still on the loose in Suffolk County on Long Island after it escaped from a slaughterhouse in Manorville.
Mask wearing is resuming in Los Angeles and some in our area are calling for it to be reinstated. This, as the more contagious Delta variant of COVID-19 is sweeping across the nation.
Crime on the subway is dropping and new data shows numbers are closer to levels before COVID.
Con Edison is asking everyone to conserve energy to prevent possible power outages.
The subway appears to be getting safer. New numbers show felony assaults, sex crimes, robberies, and grand larcenies are down and ridership is up.
As early primary voting continues, two new polls are showing Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams in the lead, with Former Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia not too far behind.
If the price for just about everything seems to be going up, that's because it is.
The MTA bus that slammed into a townhome in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn on Monday is still sticking out of the building.
The New York City Department of Education says that the city will continue to require masks inside public schools.
Some production has resumed at JBS, the world's largest beef and pork producer, after a cyberattack earlier this week.