Josh Einiger
Josh Einiger joined the Eyewitness News Team as a Reporter in September 2009.

Since then, Josh has taken the lead on major stories of national interest, including the ongoing search for a serial killer near Gilgo Beach and the massacre of four people at a pharmacy in Medford. He also covered the Times Square bombing attempt and the arrest of financier Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

From politics to plane crashes, Space Shuttle launches to hurricanes, Josh has traveled the country reporting the news. Prior to joining the Eyewitness News Team, he was a national correspondent for Fox News affiliates, covering such landmark stories as the death of Michael Jackson in California and the healthcare debate in Washington. As a reporter for WTXF-TV Philadelphia, he won a coveted Edward R. Murrow award for his series focusing on the global recession and its effect on everyday people. Josh also worked as a reporter at WFTV in Orlando and at WNYT-TV in Albany. Prior to that, he was an assignment editor at KYW-TV in Philadelphia. He launched his career as a photographer and field producer at NY1 News in New York City.

Born and raised in Manhattan, Josh graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, where he majored in Political Science and History. He is a member of the Radio Television News Directors' Association. Josh has been nominated for numerous regional Emmy Awards and was voted one of Central Florida's best reporters by readers of Orlando Magazine. He is an avid photographer and world traveler.

JetBlue Flight 8086 arrived at JFK Airport a bit behind schedule on Tuesday night - though nobody seemed to mind.
I've been on the road 11 of the past 16 days, covering Hurricane Harvey's devastating impact in Texas and Hurricane Irma's fury across Florida.
Hurricane Irma left a trail of destruction in Naples, Florida after the powerful storm churned up the state's west coast Sunday.
Eyewitness News reporter Josh Einiger is reporting on Hurricane Irma from Naples, Florida.
In the tiny town of Angleton, Texas they have never seen an NYPD van. The Emergency Services Unit K-9 Team was among 80 other New Yorkers who came to help the flooded region. NYPD officers and FDNY members traveled 36 hours across the country in a convoy to help pull people out of their flooded houses.