Kemberly Richardson, Eyewitness News

Kemberly Richardson

Eyewitness News

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Eyewitness News
Past:
  • Action News on 6abc
  • Houston News
  • ABC11 EyewitnessNews
  • ABC 7 Chicago

Recent articles by Kemberly:

Special noon 'ball drop' held at Upper West Side Children's Museum

Noon was their midnight, and at 12 p.m. sharp, the ball dropped at the Children's Museum of Manhattan on the Upper West Side. → Read More

Celebrating 50 years of the Alvin Ailey school

Students pour every ounce of their soul and body into their craft at the Ailey School, which is celebrating a half-century of teaching and inspiring dancers. → Read More

Famed Manhattan deli Barney Greengrass cleared to reopen after failed health inspection

A famed Manhattan deli that was shuttered after failing a health inspection has been cleared to reopen, the Department of Health said Wednesday. → Read More

'The Good Doctor' in real life: Removing organs to get a tumor

Meet a New York woman who, as a child, had the same surgery featured on 'The Good Doctor' in which a patient's organs are removed in order to get to a stubborn tumor. → Read More

Police: Woman fatally shot in bedroom of New Jersey apartment

Police are desperately trying to find the person who entered a New Jersey apartment and shot and killed a woman in a bedroom before escaping. → Read More

Helicopter tour company says it will no longer allow pets on open-door flights

Sen. Charles Schumer of New York and Sen. Bob Menendez had blasted the company, FlyNYON, for operating the doors-off flights for tourists and their dogs. → Read More

Concern over pets being allowed on open-door helicopter flights

There are already serious concerns about open-door helicopter tours after one crashed into the East River, and all five passengers died. Now, the concern is over pets being allowed onboard the flights. → Read More

Kemberly Richardson reflects on the anniversary of 9/11

Monday September 10, 2001...go to bed; next day is primary day, assigned to polling place in lower Manhattan. Have to be at work in the afternoon. Fall asleep in NYC apartment. → Read More

Major announcement Monday expected to fix Newark's water crisis

A major announcement is expected to fix Newark's water crisis of high lead levels. This comes as community activists spent Sunday handing out water to residents. → Read More

Exclusive: Homeless man given shoes by jogger in NYC now has job offer

After a stranger gave homeless man Joe Arroyo the shoes off his feet, Joe promised if anyone had a job, he would work hard and prove his worth. It turned out someone was listening. → Read More

Artist high above Times Square creating largest vinyl mural in NYC

The 30,000 square foot mural is wrapped around 1 Times Square. Artist Domingo Zapata is busy putting finishing touches on his unique artwork. → Read More

Exclusive: Man shot in parking dispute in the Bronx tells his story; woman sought by NYPD

A man who was shot and wounded after a parking dispute in the Bronx is telling his story to Eyewitness News. → Read More

Hero MTA subway operator stops train, helps suicidal woman on tracks in Brooklyn

Eric Boyo was at the controls of a G train in Brooklyn. As he approached the Fulton Street Station, he noticed people on the platform waving their hands. → Read More

4 is a Charm: Retiring Connecticut police sergeant works shift with 3 officer sons

It was a special moment and a family affair for one police department in Connecticut Thursday, where a retiring sergeant got to work the same shift as his three sons -- who are also police officers in the same department. → Read More

Manhattan residents complain of rat increase after garbage bins removed

The New York City Department of Sanitation thought it was doing a good thing when it took hundreds of litter baskets off the streets. But on Wednesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered the agency to stop over complaints from residents about a growing rat problem. → Read More

Beachgoers flock to the shore ahead of July 4th holiday

On Coney Island, some were already enjoying the sand and sun. But it's not all relaxing, as 11-time champion Joey Chestnut gets ready for the annual Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest. → Read More

Meet the NYPD's busy team of official beekeepers

Meet the NYPD's official beekeeping team. Darren Mays and Michael Lauriano are self-proclaimed bee geeks. → Read More

Brooklyn street renamed in honor of The Notorious B.I.G.

The late, legendary rapper known as The Notorious B.I.G. was honored Monday during a street renaming ceremony. → Read More

Real Men Braid: Father-daughter bonding at Manhattan salon

Real Men Braid. It sounds like the name of a new movie, but it's actually a class where fathers and daughters get to bond while doing hair and makeup -- and the classes have been a huge hit. → Read More

2-year-old critically injured in Newark crash to be released from the hospital

A 2-year-old girl who was critically injured when she was hit by a pickup truck in Newark is going home from the hospital, Eyewitness News has learned exclusively. → Read More