Dr. Ellen Ochoa, astronaut and children's book author
Dr. Ellen Ochoa, an engineer and veteran of four NASA space shuttle missions (STS-56, STS-66, STS-96 and STS-110), as the first Hispanic woman to go to space. She also served as the 11th director of the Johnson Space Center. Dr. Ochoa came to Good Day New York to talk about the bilingual English-Spanish children's book she wrote called "We Are All Scientists"/"Todos somos científicos."
Medical device hacking concerns
According to the FBI, 53 percent of digital medical devices are vulnerable to a cybersecurity attack. FOX 5 New York's Linda Schmidt spoke with experts about the threat.
Human metapneumovirus - What you need to know
Human metapneumovirus, or HMPV, spiked this spring, sending young children and seniors to the hospital. FOX 5 New York's Arthur Chi'en spoke with health experts about what you need to know and should keep an eye out for.
Parents charged in Bronx baby's death
The grandfather of 3-month-old Genevieve Comager, the baby girl who was found dead in a wooded area of the Bronx, spoke to FOX 5 New York's Kendall Green about the tragedy and how he turned his son over to police.
Man arrested for murder of NJ councilwoman
Police say they have arrested 28-year-old Rashid Ali Bynum for the murder of Sayreville Council Member Eunice Dwumfour. FOX 5 New York's Sharon Crowley has the story.