As Fox5NY.com's chief spirits correspondent, I am back this summer with another cocktail recipe guide. (I totally just made up that title.) As with last year's feature, this one profiles New York-area businesses I either know well or recently discovered. Some of these recipes are dirt simple, which is good when you don't want to spend a lot of time making the concoctions for thirsty guests.
Goodbye, Yankees; hello, Pizza Rats. Yes, the pinstriped ballplayers are changing their name. Well, we're talking the Single-A affiliate on Staten Island's north shore. And just for summer Saturdays.
Police officers are used to jokes and insults about being likened to a certain porcine farm animal. But one department in New Jersey had a good sense of humor about it when a cop found himself in a situation that was anything but "boar-ing."
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and other mayors from around the country tried in vain to gain access to a federal holding facility for immigrant children in Texas Thursday morning.
The iconic baby food brand Gerber shared a photo of a touching moment on social media: the meeting of the current Gerber baby and the original. An image on Facebook shows Ann Turner Cook, the original Gerber baby, holding Lucas, this year's winner of the brand's annual Gerber Baby Photo Search.
Every day, law enforcement officers go to various lengths to help. Sometimes they help people and sometimes they help animals in need.
Earlier this week, New York State Environmental Conservation Officer Melissa Burgess responded to a call about a group of ducklings stuck in a storm drain.
Days after President Donald Trump was criticized for using the word "animals" to refer to some immigrants who illegally cross the U.S. border, the White House released an informational statement with the title WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE VIOLENT ANIMALS OF MS-13.
Anyone who knows me well knows that I’m a big mush. I don’t shy away from telling close friends and family that I am grateful for them and care about them. But being “mushy” (in a professional way) with people who have had a positive impact on your education and career is also important. This is as easy as either emailing or calling those mentors, supervisors, colleagues, professors, teachers, and coaches to express gratitude.
When the Fearless Girl statue appeared opposite the iconic Charging Bull near Wall Street one year ago, she became an instant hit with New Yorkers and tourists, especially with women and girls. The artist, Kristen Visbal, spoke to Fox 5 News.
At least 2 million comments submitted to the FCC's net neutrality public-comment system are not only fake but illegally used the identities of real people, according to New York's attorney general.
Discount airline WOW air is set to serve John F. Kennedy Airport in New York in 2018, giving travelers yet another option for cheap flights to Europe. WOW air, based in Iceland, is selling $99 (and up) one-way flights from JFK to Paris, Amsterdam, London Stansted, Frankfurt, Dublin, Copenhagen, and Berlin.
A jury in Queens on Tuesday convicted an unlicensed cab driver of swiping singer John Legend's Louis Vuitton bag containing $25,000 Cartier cuff links from a luggage cart at John F. Kennedy Airport in 2017.
A cool-headed, fast-acting, and medically trained subway conductor saved a sick rider's life in Queens this week, the MTA said. Kevin Bartsch was on duty on a Manhattan-bound F train Wednesday evening when two passengers got his attention about an unconscious man on a subway car two cars back, he said.
TCS New York City Marathon Race Director Peter Ciaccia, NYRR president of events, spoke to Fox5NY.com about the technological evolution of the race, how it has changed over the years, and why waiting until the last runner crosses the finish line is so important to him.