Jim Dolan
Jim Dolan knew he wanted to be a reporter in New York before he finished grammar school. He came to Eyewitness News in 1986.

Since then, Jim has reported on virtually every major story around the world; The LA Riots, The Oklahoma City Bombing, civil wars and famine in Africa, the death of Princess Diana, The Persian Gulf War, The War in Afghanistan, and the Intifada in the Middle East.

Though he has reported from more than thirty countries on five continents, Jim has always had a great love for New York because there's nothing like reporting nightly on neighborhood stories close to home, and close to the heart.

Dr. King was in town to receive an award and Patrolman Richard Farley, only a year or so on the job, was assigned as security. Farley made such an impression on Dr. King that soon after the visit, he wrote the officer a letter, which he's now showing exclusively to Eyewitness News over 50 years after receiving it.
A food deliveryman was on his way to work in Brooklyn on New Year's Day on an electric bike, when a taxi opened its door, hit the cyclist - and he fell in front of an oncoming car.
In some of the Marble Hill NYCHA apartments, the water never stops and the heat is never off, but the stoves and ovens never work.
Kurt Salzinger was 89 years old, and he filled those years with family and friends and thirst for knowledge so endless, that he wrote more than a dozen books filled with what he learned.
After a yearlong search for a second home, Amazon is now reportedly looking to build offices in two cities instead of one, a surprise move that could still have a major impact on the communities it ultimately selects.