You can call Ruschell Boone the people's reporter. Her dynamic and engaging live presence has become her signature at NY1.
Among her vast portfolio of notable interviews, some of her most memorable include her conversation with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after a stunning New York Democratic primary win, and her coverage of the notorious Jamaican drug lord Christopher Coke. More so, her exclusive solo interview with Abu Bakr, the husband of an unsuccessful terrorist, just hours after the FBI raided his home in Queens, made national and international headlines.
Ruschell is a die-hard New Yorker who grew up in the Bronx and Queens, but her Jamaican roots and love of family are still strong.
Ruschell and her husband are among the many met-at-NY1 marriages. She met a coworker that caught her eye, flash forward, and they are now married with two kids! Talk about a New York love story.
Organizers say the event is a way to help heal the community.
The trolley is meant to scare up more than just a full group of riders.
NYPD family members of slain officers plead with the parole board to keep the cop killers behind bars.
Health officials say the first child who got sick contracted the disease on a trip to Israel, where there's an ongoing measles outbreak.