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.
Rally held to push for bill giving elderly inmates a chance for parole
Advocates of parole reform held a rally Wednesday night following the death of a woman who had served decades in the New York state prison system.
Queens man looking for answers after violent attack by DoorDash driver
More than eight weeks after it happened, Michael Garcia no longer has a cast, but it will be a while longer before he's able to walk normally again after his leg was mangled in the attack by a man working for DoorDash.
Elderly NYCHA resident left to deal with water pouring through bathroom ceiling
85-year-old Marilyn Caesar has been dealing with water from her upstairs neighbor pouring through her bathroom ceiling in her NYCHA apartment.
Queens teenager left homeless by fire wins college scholarship
Sixteen-year-old Maritza Campoverde was determined to maintain her excellent grades, and now, her perseverance in the face of adversity is being rewarded with a prestigious college scholarship.
Man steals can filled with tuition savings from Bronx bodega
A family-owned bodega in the Bronx was ripped off by a thief who stole a large tin can filled with thousands of dollars. It was money that a mother was saving little by little to pay for the college educations of her daughters.