Before joining WABC-TV, Dray previously worked in his hometown of Philadelphia for five years as a reporter and anchor. He's also worked at television stations in Cleveland, Grand Rapids, MI and Macon, GA ,where he landed his first job in TV in 2000.
Dray's worked has earned him numerous awards and nominations including three Emmy awards for his reporting.
In his spare time, Dray spends time reading, watching documentaries and occasionally playing basketball. He's also involved with mentoring and motivational speaking.
Dray is a proud father of a boy and girl. He graduated from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, earning a degree in English. He's also a member of the esteemed Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
A Muslim NYPD officer appeared Monday with Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner James O'Neill, who personally thanked her for her service after a Brooklyn man allegedly made a threatening rant directed toward her and her 16-year-old son over the weekend.
JetBlue flight 243 marks the resumption of commercial air service between the New York area and Havana, Cuba.
Police say a gunman got out of a car and opened fire early Sunday morning, killing two young men in Hamilton Heights.
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