Jennifer Williams

Jennifer Williams

Sports Reporter

Jennifer Williams is a sports reporter for FOX 5 News.

Her experience includes ESPN, Sports Illustrated and NBC Sports Washington.

Her career has taken her everywhere from Havana, Cuba to Wimbledon, England and she's had the opportunity to interview icons such as Pele and Billie Jean King.

She also had the opportunity to cover Super Bowl XLVIII in New York and the All-Star Game at Citi Field during her time as the Sports Director for Verizon FiOS 1.

A former college athlete, Jennifer received her B.S. in Political Science from Trinity College and her Masters in Interactive Communications from Quinnipiac University.

When Jennifer is not mourning the loss of her beloved Hartford Whalers, you can find her running or checking out a new restaurant. She also volunteers at and works to promote the game of tennis in underserved communities.

She currently resides in Port Chester, New York.

The latest from Jennifer Williams


What is TikTok time blocking?

One of the latest viral trends on TikTok, an app not exactly known to increase productivity, is aimed at doing exactly that.


What is The Buy Nothing Project?

The Buy Nothing Project is a "Gift Economy" where members of the community can give or receive pretty much anything you can think of.


The pitfalls of lending money to friends and family

If you are going to lend money to a friend or family member, experts agree that communication is key and that putting the terms of any loan in writing is a must. And be prepared for things to go sideways.


New York pet owners pony up for access to private dog parks

New York City dog owners are a different breed, willing to go to great lengths to ensure their four-legged friends are comfortable. And some are even resorting to sometimes paying a hefty price tag for access to private dog parks.


No more dollar pizza in NYC?

Several factors mean it's become just about impossible to find pizza in New York City for just a dollar anymore.


New York enacts tougher robocall laws but effectiveness unclear

Gov. Hochul has signed two bills into law that aim to crack down on robocalls and prevent scammers from illegally spoofing phone numbers. Effective immediately, noncompliant companies can be hit with a maximum penalty of $100,000 per offense.