Sharon Crowley, Fox5NY

Sharon Crowley


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Sharon:

Uptick in marijuana-related ER visits among kids causes concern for New York parents

Police said they are seeing a particular uptick in ER visits for kids who get their hands on weed gummies. → Read More

Two students shot near Brooklyn high school

Police say the teenagers are both 18 and are both now in stable condition at the hospital. → Read More

The disgusting secret inside NYC puddles

Have you ever considered what's in that puddle you're stepping into? → Read More

Thousands of children at risk after earthquakes in Syria and Turkey

Thousands of children have no access to clean drinking water and a place to stay after a series of earthquakes. → Read More

Homeless man accused of terrorizing Queens neighborhood

A homeless man has owers and workers at local businesses in a Queens neighborhood scared for their safety. → Read More

Tax changes 2023

There are some big changes when it comes to what you'll pay in taxes on your income in the coming year. → Read More

Cancer vaccines being developed at the Tisch Cancer Institute at Mount Sinai

Researchers in New York are doing work on developing cancer vaccines. → Read More

When will relief come for high NYC apartment prices?

Apartment leases are up 2% in November compared to October, and up significantly more over this time last year. → Read More

Julius Bar, an iconic NYC gay bar, may become city landmark

Julius Bar, one of the oldest gay bars in New York City, could become the latest of the city's landmarks. → Read More

Why a stark gender gap in politics persists

Research shows a stark gender gap in the politicians who represent not only the United States but also New York. Less than a third of New York's state senators are women, despite making up a slight majority of the population. The group VoteRunLead seeks to train more women to run for office. → Read More

NYC Marathon runners warned to prep for unseasonably warm temperatures

The New York City Marathon will kick off on Sunday morning with runners facing possible record-high temperatures. → Read More

Fox For Students program donates classroom supplies to NYC school

Students and teachers opened brand-new boxes of school supplies at I.S. 49 Berta Dreyfus on Staten Island on Tuesday. Fox Corporation donated these school supplies as part of its Fox For Students program and partnership with the nonprofit Kids In Need Foundation. → Read More

Gen-Z loves subtitles

A new survey out says that Gen-Z loves watching TV using subtitles. → Read More

Thousands march in NYC for abortion rights

Thousands of people marched and rallied in New York City on Monday to protest the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade. In doing so, the high court ended nearly 50 years of the federally protected constitutional right to have an abortion. → Read More

New York-area Juneteenth celebrations and commemorations

Juneteenth is being marked, celebrated, and commemorated all weekend in the New York City area. → Read More

A casino in Manhattan? Lawmakers consider new gambling licenses

Could Times Square be home to a new casino in New York City? → Read More

Young adults with special needs learn to advocate for themselves

An institute in New York teaches young adults with special needs how to advocate for themselves. Students pick an area of interest and learn how to make and give a presentation on the subject. Who better to educate others about what they need than those who need it most? → Read More

As New York COVID cases soar, some experts worry about new CDC guidance

New York state on Tuesday reported 40,000 new cases of COVID statewide, pushing the state's positivity rate up near 20%. Hospitalizations are rising fast, too. That has some public health experts questioning the CDC's decision to shorten the recommended isolation period for people who test positive. → Read More

NYC mayor wins court case requiring vaccines

New York City mayor Bill de Blasio is relishing another court victory for requiring COVID-19 vaccines. → Read More

Vaccine mandates: Can your employer require you to get the shot?

Employers can require that workers be vaccinated, according to an employment law experts. → Read More