Robert Moses joined FOX 5 in August 2011. With FOX 5, he has covered Tropical Storm Irene and reported live from Indianapolis throughout the Giants run to their Super Bowl XLVI win. Prior to joining FOX 5, Robert worked for KSTP-TV in Minneapolis-St. Paul where he traveled with an adoptive mother to Florida to pick up one of two children she and her husband adopted from Haiti following the massive earthquake. After graduating from Northwestern University with a double major in journalism and American history, Moses began his on-air career as a freelance reporter at NY1, where he covered the Miracle on the Hudson story. A New Jersey native, Moses currently resides in New York City.
NYPD officers in Brooklyn shot and killed an armed domestic violence suspect who police say fired at officers.
A gunman opened fire inside the lobby of a Manhattan public housing project in Manhattan leaving 1 man dead and another injured.
An attacker pulled out a small kitchen knife and stabbed the victim in the hand and leg. But then the tables were turned.
Two police officers are on modified duty as the NYPD investigates whether they wrongly chased a stolen ATV that crashed early Friday morning, killing both people on the ATV.
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Jose Alba, the bodega worker charged with murder, is expected to make a statement during a rally outside City Hall Wednesday afternoon.
Drop the murder charge. That will be the request representatives from the United Bodegas of America make when they meet with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg Tuesday.
Three teenage passengers who were traveling in a speeding Ford Mustang that crashed into another vehicle and then split into two after striking a tree Sunday night were killed, said police.
As top NYPD brass prepare to release new crime statistics Thursday, police are dealing with the aftermath of another violent summer night.
The scourge of gun violence did not take the holiday weekend off. At least 51 people were shot in New York City between Friday and Monday, police say. Seven people died.