Arthur Chi'en, Fox5NY

Arthur Chi'en


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Arthur:

Jamie Lee Curtis' call for earlier concert times attracts attention

The idea is so popular that Curtis' comments have sparked something of a movement on social media. → Read More

Xylazine hitting New York City with ‘astonishing’ speed

Xylazine is a horse tranquilizer also known as Tranq and is appearing in street drugs at alarming speeds. → Read More

Some Hoboken restaurants close dining areas, stirring debate

Some patrons said the change came due to guests from a nearby homeless shelter frequenting the eateries. → Read More

Battery Park City is putting dog poop to good use

Dog owners in Battery Park City are giving a new program that composts dog poop a round of "a-paws." → Read More

Illegal marijuana shop raided in Brooklyn

Authorities arrested two people after a raid against a shop selling marijuana without a license in Brooklyn. → Read More

How safe is your data with tap-and-go subway payments?

With the MTA's OMNY payment system for subways and buses about to complete its takeover next year, making the MetroCard a thing of the past, the technical upgrade in our lives to a real-time system tracking our every commuting move has some civil rights and privacy groups sounding the alarm that our freedom is at risk. → Read More

Push to get young people to vote on Primary Election day

In the June primaries, just 18% of voters were between the ages of 18 and 29. → Read More

Meet Uncle Budd, the new NYC cannabis operation

When Uncle Budd first opened up at the Harlem location in September, they had some problems with local law enforcement. It’s not illegal to be in possession of marijuana, to sell it is a different story. But they found an ingenious way to get around it, just like at some museums they work off of suggested donations. → Read More

Rooster attacks man on Queens street

A Queens man was attacked on his way to work, not by a person, a dog, or even a rat, but by an angry rooster → Read More

Subway and street crime becoming a defining issue of NYC mayoral race

Some candidates for mayor of New York are making crime above and below ground in the city a campaign issue. → Read More

NYPD forms panel to review possible hate crimes

A panel of five civilians will review cases and give input to the district attorneys and the NYPD. → Read More

Grading media coverage of Asian Americans

Leaders of Asian American communities say the news media was late to expose hateful and violent trends. → Read More

Some New York City residents can get vaccinated at home

The mayor hopes to get all homebound residents the Johnson & Johnson vaccine within the next seven weeks. → Read More

New York City unveils next phase of its NYPD reform plan

New York City announced Phase two of its plan to bring police and communities closer on Friday. → Read More

New York expands vaccine eligibility to residents 60+, many others

New York is making a large expansion of the pool of people eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Jazz revival on Upper West Side with socially distant audience

Every Friday and Saturday, Smoke Jazz hosts smoking hot talent for a livecast called "Smoke Sessions." → Read More

Nearly 100,000 NYC voters get ballot envelopes with wrong identifying information

Tens of thousands of New York City voters received absentee ballots with the wrong names and addresses on the return envelopes. → Read More

Nearly 100,000 NYC voters get ballot envelopes meant for someone else

Tens of thousands of New York City voters received absentee ballots with the wrong names and addresses on the return envelopes. → Read More

Why Trump's massive debt creates potential conflicts of interest

The conflict of interest is exacerbated as hundreds of millions of dollars of Trump's debts are being held by persons or entities who have tremendous leverage over the president but whose identities are being kept secret. → Read More

Outdoor dining in NYC could be extended indefinitely

A proposal would extend outdoor dining indefinitely for restaurants in New York City. → Read More