NYC Ferry launches Astoria service
The first NYC Ferry boat left from Astoria at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday. While on the maiden voyage, we saw the city from a whole new perspective. The 45-minute trip started from the floating terminal in Hallets Cove at 3-10 Astoria Boulevard to Pier 11 on Wall Street and made three stops along the way -- Roosevelt Island, Long Island City and East 34th Street.
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.
NYC looking for sites to house asylum seekers
Over 700 potential emergency sites to house migrants have been reviewed, according to New York City officials. FOX 5 NY's Lissette Nuñez has the story.