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.
Jersey City councilman Daniel Rivera steps in to save man using CPR during police promotion ceremony
Councilman Daniel Rivera was in his usual spot in the City Hall chambers at the ceremony, with everyone in the room so happy, when suddenly the mood shifted.
Long Island officials, residents want lower speed limit on dangerous roadway
Traffic on Dutch Broadway along the Nassau-Queens border is light much of the time, which residents say leads to a lot of speeding, sometimes with tragic results.
Hackensack police track down stolen vehicle suspect by following footprints in snow
Hackensack Police say they were able to track down 23-year-old Malik Evans after officers observed footprints in the snow that they followed and eventually led to them placing him under arrest.
Search on for at least one person in Molotov cocktail attack on truck with man inside in Harlem
Javier Sanchez says he had fallen asleep in his truck while waiting for a parking spot in Harlem Monday morning when he awoke to a man beside his vehicle with a Molotov cocktail in his hand.
Retired NYPD officer reflects on moving letter from Martin Luther King Jr.
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.
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