Briella Tomassetti joined the Fox 5 New York news team in April 2019 as a general assignment reporter.
A native New Yorker, Tomassetti was born in Queens and raised on Long Island.
She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Delaware with a B.A. in Mass Communication and minors in Journalism and Italian Studies.
Tomassetti began her career as a student journalist by writing, editing, and field producing weekend segments for sister station FOX 29 Philadelphia.
Shortly after graduating college, she landed a job reporting and producing for WRDE-TV, an NBC affiliate in Rehoboth Beach.
Tomassetti then moved on to report for hyper-local cable station Fios1News, exclusively covering breaking news stories on and around Long Island.
During her free time, she enjoys singing, playing the piano, and spending quality time with her pup, Mr. Chester.
The city is reportedly willing to hold a memorial service at Yonkers Raceway, and is considering a statue, street mural or street naming to honor the rapper's legacy.
Wedding venues, especially those with outdoor space, are quickly filling up. However, some folks are choosing to wait until 2022 or even 2023.
Weronika Jachimowicz's yearbook photo went viral. Although she embraces her newfound social media fame, she says she wasn't always so comfortable in her own skin.
The pandemic has given pet owners more time to learn about nutrition and research the ingredients of various pet foods.
Live performance venues were among the first to shut down and will likely be the last to reopen. That is why Long Island Cares is teaming up with local theaters and concert venues to get performers up on their feet and back at the microphone.
There are calls for change on a dangerous stretch of Mineola Avenue in Roslyn on Long Island.
Local officials say they hope to raise enough money to keep the program running through 2021.
Accent Dance NYC has reached more than 1,000 children in the Bronx across about a dozen schools.
Some New Yorkers got a rare treat Saturday as they got to watch a live performance, in person, from the furloughed artists from the Metropolitan Opera.
Richard Carranza announced he will soon step down as the head of New York City's school system. His turbulent three-year tenure is getting some mixed reaction.