Dana Arschin, Fox5NY

Dana Arschin


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Past articles by Dana:

Summer rentals on Long Island still available — at a premium

Summer rentals on Long Island are still available. But you should be prepared to pay. → Read More

COVID antiviral approved for young kids but vaccine still not available

Nearly 1,700 parents and doctors across the country have filed a Citizen Petition calling on the FDA to approve a COVID vaccine for kids under 5. The petition comes on the same day the FDA announced the approval of the antiviral drug remdesivir to treat COVID patients as young as 28 days and weighing about 7 pounds. → Read More

Etsy strike blamed on fee increase

Thousands of Etsy sellers are going on strike over rising transaction fees. → Read More

New wave of dating apps emphasize humor, personality

For the past decade, swiping apps like Tinder have dominated the dating app world. They focus on physical appearance with the user swiping right if they're attracted to someone's photo and left if they're not. Apps like Snack and Schmooze try to match you with a potential love interest through some different ways. → Read More

Charles Pan-Fried Chicken makes a comeback with Upper West Side location

Three decades ago, Chef Charles Gabriel first set up a table on a Harlem sidewalk to sell his made-with-love fried chicken. He eventually transitioned to a food truck and then a Harlem storefront before the pandemic temporarily put his dreams on hold. Now he and his fried chicken are back. → Read More

While NYC restaurants struggle, some good news from suburbs

Seated reservations at Manhattan restaurants were down more than 60% in January 2022 compared to January 2020, according to OpenTable. But some restaurants in New Jersey and Long Island are actually seeing an uptick in business, thanks to looser pandemic rules. → Read More

Anti-Jewish crimes on rise in NYC

The NYPD says anti-Semitic attacks are on the rise in New York City. → Read More

Vigil for Bronx baby shot in the face by stray bullet

1-year-old Catherine Arias underwent brain surgery Friday after she was shot int he face earlier in the week. → Read More

Google to buy Manhattan site for $2.1 billion

Google plans on transforming a former freight rail station in Manhattan into a 21st-century campus. → Read More

New York schools feel shortage of bus drivers

Right now there are about 50,000 school bus drivers in New York. But that number is down from before the pandemic. → Read More

Grandfluencers: Web-savvy seniors are making it big on social media

There is a trend of “grandfluencers” – web-savvy seniors racking up a big social media following → Read More

Vaccine rule enforcement has New York City businesses worried

New York City is now enforcing the indoor vaccine mandate. → Read More

FEMA centers are open in NYC to help flood victims

Several Queens residents came to the new FEMA disaster recovery center at Queens College on Friday. → Read More

New York's eviction moratorium set to expire

New York state has been slow to distribute the rental assistance it has received from the federal government. Data from the state shows that as of Aug. 23, only about $203 million of the more than $2 billion in federal relief allocated for New York has been paid out. → Read More

Another shark spotted near beach in Nassau County

Lifeguards spotted a shark around 10:45 a.m. at Lido Beach West, prompting them to close the beach to swimming. → Read More

Nurses go viral with their health videos for girls and women

Medjine Pierre, a nurse at Northwell Health, came up with the idea to create social media health videos. → Read More

Challenging school year comes to close in NYC

How will the New York City Department of Education make up for lost learning next year? → Read More

Risk of tick-borne illnesses remains high on Long Island

Ticks are making their presence known on Long Island, especially out east and along the north and south shores. → Read More

Fans return to Long Island for Belmont Stakes

The 153rd running of the Belmont Stakes is expected to bring millions of dollars to local businesses. → Read More

Long Island oyster farming program expanding

The Town of Islip leases areas of the Great South Bay to oyster and clam farmers. The program is expanding. → Read More