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.
New NYPD statistics illustrate the damage guns are doing on city streets. Shooting victims are up 16 percent so far this year compared to last year and shooting incidents have jumped nearly 22 percent.
With COVID-19 cases climbing in all 50 states, New York City Councilman Mark Levine, who chairs the Health Committee, is calling for the indoor mask mandate to be reinstated even for the vaccinated.
On Saturday loved ones will gather for a service at the TWA Flight 800 memorial in Smith Point County Park, the closest point on land to where the plane went down.
Step on it! Mayor Bill de Blasio says he wants congestion pricing to be implemented "as fast as humanly possible."
Eric Adams, the Democratic mayoral candidate, was at the White House on Monday afternoon for a meeting with President Joe Biden, Attorney General Merrick Garland, and other law enforcement officials.
This Independence Day weekend, Americans want independence from the four walls of their home.
Signs of normalcy abound on both sides of the Hudson River with the MTA announcing subway ridership is up and, in NJ, 70% of adults have been vaccinated.
The candidates were asked about a rise in violent crime and other issues that impact the city’s recovery from the pandemic.
Eric Adams acknowledges that he must cross a bridge to get to City Hall from his primary residence, but it's the Brooklyn Bridge, not the George Washington.
Ahead of the first in-person debate in the Democratic race for New York City mayor, Eric Adams and Andrew Yang got a head start attacking each other.