Josh Einiger, Eyewitness News

Josh Einiger

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Josh:

Hidden cameras to be installed on 100 New York City subway trains in pilot program

The pilot program is the latest initiative being rolled out in an effort to combat crime and add another layer of safety for commuters. → Read More

Hidden cameras to be installed on 100 New York City subway trains in pilot program

The pilot program is the latest initiative being rolled out in an effort to combat crime and add another layer of safety for commuters. → Read More

25-year-old man's mysterious death sparks gathering in Hell's Kitchen

What happened to Julio Ramirez? It's a question Karinina Quimpo asks daily, now more than a month since the 25-year-old social worker from Long Island was found dead in the back of a cab. → Read More

2 men to row in small boat across the Atlantic from New York City to Ireland

Can you imagine rowing across the Atlantic Ocean from New York City to Ireland? Two men are about to do that starting on Friday. → Read More

Uvalde elementary school teacher recounts chilling moment he encountered gunman

An elementary school teacher wounded in the second-most deadly school shooting in U.S. history in Uvalde, Texas, described the chilling moments he first encountered a gunman who would take the lives of 19 students and two teachers. → Read More

Friend lends hand after fruit vendor brutally attacked at park in Queens

Esperanza Rodriguez was selling fruit in the middle of Flushing Meadows Corona Park when she said her attacker came out of nowhere, knocked her down, ripped her fanny pack off and stole $200 of her hard-earned cash. → Read More

20-year-old shot in face, killed after meeting with alleged motorcycle sellers in the Bronx

A 20-year-old was shot in face and killed after meeting with alleged motorcycle sellers under the Deegan Expressway. → Read More

Bike shop in Queens badly damaged after e-bike bursts into flames

An e-bike was to blame for a fire that ripped through a bike shop in Queens, forcing residents from their homes in the middle of the afternoon on Monday. → Read More

Cardinal Dolan makes secret visit to Ukraine

Cardinal Timothy Dolan secretly visited Ukraine overnight. Josh Einiger spoke exclusively with the cardinal as he crossed back over the border into Poland. → Read More

Efforts to help Ukrainians adjust to a new normal

In a tiny village called Medika sits the busiest border crossing between Poland and Ukraine. → Read More

Ukraine war: Cardinal Dolan leads delegation to Poland amid refugee crisis

Cardinal Timothy Dolan landed in Poland Friday to meet with some of the more than 2 million Ukrainian refugees who have fled there amid Russia's invasion of their homeland. → Read More

Ukraine war: Josh Einiger reports on humanitarian crisis from Poland

The war in Ukraine continues following Russia's invasion and amid reports of war crimes, genocide, mass graves and thousands of civilian deaths. → Read More

Man from NJ who owns T-shirt factory in Poland giving jobs to Ukrainian refugees

John Lynch, who is originally from New Jersey and owns a T-shirt factory that manufactures global brands, is giving jobs to Ukrainian refugees. → Read More

Poland community center run by New Yorker serves as shelter for Ukrainian refugees

With millions of refugees fleeing Ukraine, many of them are going to Poland to find shelter at a Jewish community center run by a native New Yorker. → Read More

Community rallies for peace after attacks against Sikh men in Queens

Members of the Sikh community held a rally in Richmond Hill, Queens Thursday after four victims wearing turbans were targeted in two separate attacks. → Read More

New Yorker suffering from long COVID lives in constant fear as restrictions begin to lift

As COVID restrictions ease in New York City, one resident still lives in constant fear of the virus more than a year after being infected. → Read More

Fast-moving fire leaves several homes damaged, families displaced in North Bergen

A fast-moving fire in New Jersey has left several homes damaged and at least 10 families displaced. → Read More

Met Opera severs ties with Russia over invasion of Ukraine

As Russian forces continue to advance in Kyiv, the world is rallying support for Ukraine, including in New York City. → Read More

Open Street disappears, causes controversy in Brooklyn neighborhood

Within a blink of an eye, a beloved Open Street in Brooklyn was closed, but not to cars. It raised so many complaints that it is open again to pedestrians only. → Read More

Indoor masking coming to an end in NY? Hochul expected to make announcement Wednesday

New York's indoor mask mandate could be coming to an end soon, according to reports. → Read More