Stacey Delikat, Fox5NY

Stacey Delikat


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Stacey:

NYC group steps up to help women amid crisis in Afghanistan

As the Afghan government crumbled seemingly within days, concerns have swirled over what will happen to women and girls, who under previous Taliban rule were barred from going to school or working and couldn't even walk the streets without male chaperones. → Read More

Hip hop concert series kicks off in Bronx

The first of four It's Time for Hip Hop in NYC concerts was held at Orchard Beach in the Bronx. → Read More

UN report on climate change: World leaders called on to act

The IPCC report envisions five different scenarios. Under the worst, carbon emissions continue to increase. Under the best, the world experiences large and quick pollution cuts. But in every scenario, the planet would still exceed a crucial warming threshold by the 2030s. → Read More

Delta variant may prompt more companies to slow return to office

Earlier this summer, with cases at their lowest and reopenings abounding, it seemed that New York City was coming back. But now uncertainty over virus strains, the possible restoration of mask mandates, and a stagnant vaccination rate have caused many employers to press pause. → Read More

Scientists research turning plastics into protein powder

What if one solution could solve the two problems of global food shortages and the plastic pollution crisis? → Read More

New York has a critical shortage of blood

As blood supply has plummeted, demand has now skyrocketed. Hospitals are feeling the pinch. → Read More

Pandemic's mental health toll on minorities

Online networks and other groups are trying to help minorities connect with therapists who look like them. → Read More

Veterinarians remain busy during pandemic

Vets remain busy due to pandemic pet adoptions. → Read More

'Vax Daddy' praised for helping New Yorkers find vaccine appointments

TurboVax counts more than 170,000 Twitter followers and the website can reportedly get a million views in a day. → Read More

Connecticut's new vaccination plan is 'curve ball' to some groups

Connecticut's vaccination program no longer prioritizes essential workers and people with preexisting conditions. → Read More

Alcohol-free spirits and beer shop opens amid pandemic

Spirited Away is New York City's first zero-proof bottle store. → Read More

14-year-old painting prodigy's art comes to Tribeca

A 14-year-old painting prodigy is getting his own showcase in Tribeca in the form of an outdoor art gallery. → Read More

Why celebrities are joining Clubhouse, an exclusive new social network

Clubhouse is an exclusive, audio-only, iPhone-only social network app. → Read More

Grocery delivery soars amid pandemic, new strains

The coronavirus pandemic has transformed grocery delivery into an essential and booming business. → Read More

Drug overdoses a 'pandemic within the pandemic'

A new study shows that there has been a huge surge in overdose-related deaths during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

New York City pace of vaccinations too slow, experts say

The vaccination rollout in New York remains slow. → Read More

COVID-19 pandemic hits bird populations across region

The year 2020 has been for the birds, but it's also had a major impact on birds themselves. → Read More

Pastrami Queen opens another location in Manhattan

Pastrami Queen opened a new location on the Upper West Side, taking over the space vacated by Fine and Schapiro. → Read More

Second round of COVID shutdowns has NYC businesses fearing the worst

Small businesses in New York City say they may not survive a second coronavirus lockdown. → Read More

Met Opera superfans make the most of a canceled season

The passion for the opera would follow Carolyn Starry and Marion Chalat through their lives and form the basis of a deep friendship after they first met 10 years ago through the New-York Historical Society. → Read More