Teresa Priolo

Teresa Priolo

Reporter

Teresa Priolo joined FOX 5 News in March of 2012. As a general assignment reporter, Priolo has covered Superstorm Sandy, the tragedy in Newtown and Super Bowl XLVIII. Priolo previously spent four years as a reporter and morning anchor at WRGB-TV, the CBS affiliate station in Schenectady, NY. During her time at WRGB, she covered a number of high profile stories such as the scandal that forced Governor Eliot Spitzer from office and the mass shooting at Binghamton's American Civic Association that claimed the lives of 14 people. Priolo began her on-air career at KIDK-TV in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Her first exposure to TV news came as an intern and assignment desk assistant at WFSB-TV in Hartford, CT. Prior to working in TV news, she worked for the British production company, RDF Media, on the network reality series Wife Swap. A graduate of Fairfield University, Priolo resides in New Jersey with her husband, her child, her Goldendoodle, Duke, and her rescue cat from Idaho named... Ida.

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Location-tracking reveals lockdown fatigue

The University of Maryland-College Park's Transportation Institute has been tracking location data from cell phone apps since the country went into lockdown. People were staying home--until they weren't. 

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Con Ed rate hike approved

The company will use over a billion dollars that should be raised by the hike to upgrade infrastructure, badly needed in the summer and winter months, along with moving towards clean energy.

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Trump's French wine tariffs are tough to swallow in New York

The Trump administration imposed tariffs of 25% on EU wines in October 2019. But that could soon spike to 100%. And that could be devastating for French restaurants, wine bars, wine distributors, and wine shops in New York and the rest of the United States.

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New Jersey voters may get to decide on legal cannabis in 2020

New Jersey lawmakers once again failed to pass legislation decriminalizing marijuana so they will instead put the question to voters. The measure has a lot of support in New Jersey, including from Gov. Phil Murphy who made it a campaign promise. But the governor's democratic colleagues in the legislature could not muster the vote.