Chris Welch joined the Fox 5 New York news team in 2019 as a general assignment reporter.
John Kristiansen and Brian Blythe run a costume shop that has been hard-hit by the Broadway shutdown but they are innovating to survive and also help their competitors.
Mail-in ballots almost always have several layers of security, including secondary secrecy envelopes with unique barcodes.
Photographer A.J. Stetson has been taking portraits of everyday New Yorkers doing one simple thing to help keep us all safe: wearing a mask.
A $25 million cut from the Sanitation Department's budget in July meant a 60% reduction in pickups of public trash baskets.
The vast majority of examples of skin conditions or symptoms shown in medical textbooks are of people with white skin. Now, Malone Mukwende, a 20-year-old med student from London is working to change that.
Pastor Jarrod Parker says he's willing to meet with Gov. Pete Ricketts after he referred to black pastors and black leaders as 'you people.'
Gabrille Ferrara said her garment company took a break from the dress forms of Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein when the city put out a call for help producing personal protective equipment in large quantities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Food, tourism, entertainment and hospitality are industries that are being especially hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
For the first time ever the NYPD has partnered with the Federal Bureau of Land Management to acquire the next class of NYPD’s four-legged finest from public lands out west.
Rewind five years, and Alexis Babini was a singer-songwriter who opened for acts from the Disney channel and teen pop star Aaron Carter. His music never quite made the crowd go wild. One day he decided to change it up.