Raegan Medgie, Fox5NY

Raegan Medgie


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Raegan:

21-year-old man shot in head and killed leaving Queens recording studio

A 21-year-old man was shot in the head and killed while leaving a recording studio in Queens early Monday morning. → Read More

De Blasio's 'Vision Zero' traffic plan sees increased fatalities

The Vision Zero Program promised zero deaths by 2024, but trends have been going in the opposite direction. → Read More

Booster shot demand increases but appointments scarce in Manhattan

For those wanting to get that booster shot, you may have to wait as appointments in Manhattan are hard to find. → Read More

With safety protocols in place, Catholic school students return to classroom

Catholic school students in New York City headed back to class Wednesday for in-classroom learning. → Read More

New stats show crime dropping on NYC subway to pre-pandemic levels

Crime on the subway is dropping and new data shows numbers are closer to levels before COVID. → Read More

Excessive heat warning for New York City region

Con Edison is asking everyone to conserve energy to prevent possible power outages. → Read More

Sticker Shock: Prices up on many things as inflation spikes

The price for just about everything seems to be going up and in reality, it actually is. → Read More

Family entertainment centers, indoor amusement parks reopen in NY at 25% capacity

Family entertainment centers and indoor amusement parks in New York re-opened Friday at 25% capacity. → Read More

Bartenders create ice cream company through pandemic, cancer diagnosis

A pair of bartenders in Queens created an ice cream company through a pandemic and a cancer diagnosis. → Read More

Netflix issues warning about sharing passwords

Netflix is testing users to make sure they are who they say they are. → Read More

Pothole problems widespread across New York City

It's that time of year when the winter weather starts damaging the roads and we pay the price of hitting potholes. → Read More

Port Authority to release final renderings on new bus terminal set to open 2031

The Port Authority is expected to announce its final plans for a new bus terminal set to open in 2031. → Read More

New hotspot data shows COVID-19 cases dropping while hospitalizations up

New numbers show COVID-19 cases are improving. → Read More

One woman's story of homelessness and hope in NYC

Debbie Dennis was born on January 1, 1961 at Metropolitan Hospital, but her mother could not care for her and abandoned her. By age four, Debbie was put into foster care with a family in Mount Vernon, where she was sexually abused by her foster mother’s son. → Read More

92Y musical theater program aims to educate and inspire

Theres a new musical theater program at the 92nd Street Y thats going into its second year. Designed for kids from 4 to 18 years old, its for everyone, open to students with any level of experience. → Read More

How Trump's latest China tariffs could squeeze US consumers

The latest tariffs President Donald Trump plans to impose on Chinese goods would cost U.S. households an average of $200 a year, some economists estimate, and would start to bite consumers and retailers just as the holiday shopping season begins. → Read More

Out-of-service escalators frustrate subway riders

If you visit the 59th and Lexington subway stop, expect one of the stations four escalators to be out of service. If you visit 53rd and Lexington, two of the eight there are in need of repair and at 63rd and Lexington, its not much better. → Read More

Electric scooters and throttle e-bikes will soon be legal in New York

The New York Senate has passed a bill legalizing e-scooters, e-scooter sharing, and more categories of e-bikes. The bill is expected to pass in the Assembly and then head to the governor for his signature. → Read More

What NOAA's major weather model upgrade means for Fox 5 forecasts

In 2012 when Hurricane Sandy came barreling up the coast, several weather models were predicting several different outcomes. → Read More

Manhattan's SoHo Village is rich with history and culture

If you feel like you're getting lost among all the new buildings going up in Manhattan, head to SoHo, specifically the nine-block section from Thompson Street and MacDougal Street to Houston Street and Watts Street. → Read More