Judge rules that MSG can still use facial recognition to ban lawyers
A New York Appeals Court has ruled that Madison Square Garden, which has used facial recognition technology to ban lawyers from law firms engaged in litigation against MSG, to continue deny those lawyers entry to the venue, but only for certain events. FOX 5 NY's Arthur Chi'en has the full story.
The first Gay Pride Parade in New York City
Two activists who were there look back on the anniversary of the first Gay Liberation March in New York City on June 28, 1970. Those first demonstrators left Greenwich Village, the crowd growing larger block by block until finally making it to Central Park. This Sharon Crowley report originally aired in June of 2020.
State Farm's new policy hurts prospective homeowners
The move affects casualty and business property insurance, but not auto insurance. If state farm is willing to stop writing policies in California, could the same approach happen here; including flood prone Long Island, the outer boros like Queens, Hoboken, NJ and even Bergen County New Jersey?
Street Soldiers: Hip-hop fashion
Hip-hop fashion has evolved just as much as the music and the culture. FOX 5 NY's Lisa Evers has the story.
Malliotakis: Adams misinterpreting right-to-shelter law
New York Representative Nicole Malliotakis says the NYC mayor and President Biden need to slow the flow of migrants into the state and appoint more judges and officers to work on asylum cases.