Derick Waller, Eyewitness News

Derick Waller

Eyewitness News

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Derick:

Gang violence killed innocent college basketball star, police say in Harlem mass shooting

Tuesday morning, family and friends of the man killed at the late night BBQ spoke out as police continued searching for the gunmen. → Read More

Man fatally shot in head outside recording studio in Ridgewood

The shooting happened just before 1:30 a.m. Monday at Summerfield Street and Wyckoff Avenue at an industrial building also being used as a recording studio. → Read More

Bronx rape suspect allegedly tried to murder man last week, has 19 prior arrests

Police have arrested a man after a woman was raped and robbed after leaving her home in the Bronx on Tuesday. → Read More

New York suspends gas tax for rest of year starting Wednesday

Gas prices in the Tri-State area are still well above the national average, but New York drivers will get a little relief starting this morning. → Read More

Despite record-high gas prices, Tri-State residents hit the road this Memorial Day weekend

Record high gas prices are not keeping people from traveling this Memorial Day weekend with more than 35 million Americans planning to hit the road. → Read More

Despite record-high gas prices, Tri-State residents hit the road this Memorial Day weekend

Record high gas prices are not keeping people from traveling this Memorial Day weekend with more than 35 million Americans planning to hit the road. → Read More

President Biden to meet with Buffalo shooting victims' families, first responders

President Joe Biden is expected to visit Tops Supermarket in Buffalo before a meeting Tuesday afternoon with the shooting victims' families, law enforcement, and first responders. → Read More

Man fatally stabbed during dispute in Greenwich Village

"It's absolutely scary what's going on," one resident told Eyewitness News. Four suspects remain at large. → Read More

Out-of-control truck slams into home on Long Island

"My son just woke up and the whole thing was on top of him," said the mother of a teenage boy who narrowly escaped injury. → Read More

Earth Day protesters block New York Times printing facility's newspaper trucks

Thirteen people were arrested after protestors engaged in a standoff with police outside the New York Times printing facility in Queens Friday. → Read More

Cases climb in Manhattan as NY court system set to fire workers over COVID vaccination status

Opponents of the vaccine mandate in New York City rallied outside Madison Square Garden Wednesday night where the Knicks were hosting the Nets. → Read More

Mayor Adams to meet with family of fatally shot 12-year-old boy in Brooklyn

Mayor Eric Adams plans to meet with the family of a 12-year-old boy, who was shot and killed while eating in a parked car in Brooklyn. → Read More

12-year-old boy shot and killed, woman injured while sitting in a car in Brooklyn

Officers remain on the scene Friday morning at East 56th and Linden in East Flatbush where a 12-year-old boy was shot and killed. A 20-year-old woman was also injured. → Read More

Subway crime surging amid New York City's crime prevention effort

The latest statistics show subway crime up 75% from this time last year, with the latest attack happening in Lower Manhattan. → Read More

Mayor Eric Adams to unveil plan to combat NYC homelessness

Mayor Eric Adams is expected to reveal more of his plan to combat street homelessness today at City Hall. → Read More

Pop-up vaccination sites in NYC target 5-11 year olds

PS 200 in Bath Beach, Brooklyn is one of the schools where we expect a vaccine clinic to pop up Wednesday morning for 5-11 year olds. → Read More

NYC mayor announces end date for day care masks if COVID case load stays low

Mayor Eric Adams announced that if COVID numbers continue to stay low, masks will be optional for kids ages 2-4 in day care and school starting April 4. → Read More

New NYC vaccination push for kids age 5-11 as state sees uptick in COVID cases

New York City is launching a new campaign Monday to raise vaccination rates among children ages 5 to 11, this as the state deals with a mild uptick in COVID cases being attributed to the BA.2 omicron subvariant. → Read More

Suspect in homeless shootings in NYC, Washington DC to appear in court

Prosecutors in Manhattan are still building their case while the suspect faces a judge Wednesday in Washington. → Read More

Gas prices soar across Tri-State, some relief may be in sight

Gas prices jumped another 7-cents overnight to a national average of $4.32 a gallon. → Read More