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.
Hop on the bus! A vaccination bus arrived Wednesday morning in Sunset Park, Brooklyn in an effort to vaccinate restaurant workers.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is accused of giving the president of a biotechnology and his family state-administered coronavirus tests at their homes.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo allegedly gave some family members and VIPs privileged access to coronavirus tests.
The former head of the Food and Drug Administration says the New York variant could infect those vaccinated.
Allowable indoor capacity at New York City restaurants jumps to 50 percent from 35 percent.
Ana Liss said she is scheduled to meet virtually Thursday with investigators working with Attorney General Letitia James.
Thursday night at Nassau Coliseum, the cheering fans will be the true stars in the building.
Theaters in New York City reopened Friday for the first time in nearly a year. Capacity is limited to 25 percent with no more than 50 people allowed in a theater for each showing.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says more non-New York City residents are getting vaccinated at the mega-sites.
The $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package known as the American Rescue Plan could bring a new $1,400 check for most Americans. Here's what we know.