Mike Marza, Eyewitness News

Mike Marza

Eyewitness News

New York, NY, United States

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  • 41 Action News
  • WFTS

Recent articles by Mike:

Preserving the history of the Fire Island Pines

Step off the 20-minute ferry from Sayville and you'll find bamboo-lined pathways welcoming you to The Pines on Fire Island. → Read More

In depth: Analyzing Mayor Adams' push to fill offices with workers

New York Mayor Eric Adams is now ordering all city employees back to work. That means no more working from home . → Read More

Bon Jovi, Governor Murphy team up to raise money for Ukrainian refugees

As displaced Ukrainians continue to flood into New Jersey, two famous couples are using their star power to help raise money for the refugees. → Read More

1st openly transgender NYPD detective shares his story

Det. Ori Harbor is sharing his story of how he became the NYPD's first openly transgender detective on the force. → Read More

Exclusive: 1st openly transgender NYPD detective shares his story, challenges faced

Det. Ori Harbor is sharing his story of how he became the NYPD's first openly transgender detective on the force. → Read More

Rapper Fat Joe holding fundraiser this weekend for families of Bronx fire victims

Fat Joe is hosting a fundraiser on Hot 97 and sister station WBLS 107.5 for families of the 17 victims who died in the Bronx apartment fire January 9. → Read More

Exclusive: 1-on-1 with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg

The transportation secretary spoke about everything from the infrastructure deal to 5G wireless concerns to being a new father. → Read More

Son charged with murder in 78-year-old mom's machete death in Queens

A 46-year-old man, Osvaldo Diaz, has been arrested and charged with murder in his mother's machete death in Queens last year. → Read More

Manhattan school marks forgotten slave cemetery as sacred ground

Officials at a school in Upper Manhattan are honoring the memory of slaves after it was discovered the school sits on long forgotten cemetery. → Read More

Nation's first basketball high school holds ribbon cutting ceremony in the Bronx

The nation's first specialty high school for basketball hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony in the Bronx Wednesday. → Read More

3 new FDNY graduates following in fallen fathers' footsteps

It was graduation day for the FDNY on Wednesday and three new firefighters are children of firefighters who died in the line of duty. → Read More

Man honors firefighter brother killed on 9/11 by doing good for others every year

Stephen Siller's family didn't want to stay in a dark place after he died a hero on 9/11, so they turned their focus into doing good in his memory and all the others who perished that day. → Read More

What will make this NYC school year a success? Chancellor Meisha Porter shares her thoughts

"I think what keeps me up at night is ensuring that this school system is really wrapping itself around its schools, our leaders, and our families," NYC Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter said. → Read More

Coldplay, J-Lo, Ed Sheeran to headline Global Citizen Live

International advocacy organization, Global Citizen, revealed the huge lineup of artists set to perform at live events in cities around the world, including Central Park in New York City. → Read More

Book titled 'The Dad Advice Project' shares wisdom from dozens of fathers

Craig Kessler, the Chiefs Operating Officer at TopGolf, realized he had hit a "hole in one." He compiled the passages into his new book titled, "The Dad Advice Project." → Read More

LIRR brings back combo ticket for train with beach access on Long Island

The LIRR will begin selling their popular combo ticket packages in July for roundtrip fares from the city and beach access to Long Beach, Jones Beach, and Fire Island. → Read More

Good Samaritans rescue victims after truck crashes into bus stop on Long Island

Good Samaritans ran to help and lifted the roof of the shattered bus stop off people trapped below. → Read More

MTA bus driver gets in stand-off with other bus driver that refused to move

As a B35 bus tried to turn the corner on 13th Avenue at 39th Street in Borough Park, Brooklyn on Thursday evening, tempers flared in a New York minute. → Read More

Rev. Sharpton, mayoral candidates and advocates denounce attacks against Asian Americans

National Action Network founder and president the Reverend Al Sharpton was joined by Asian American leaders, New York City mayoral candidates, and advocates at the House of Justice Thursday to denounce the rise of attacks against Asian Americans. → Read More

78-year-old woman killed with machete in Queens Village home

Maria Diaz was killed in her own home above a deli in Queens Village. Detectives found a machete in the second-floor back bedroom near Maria Ruiz's body. → Read More