Lisa Colagrossi
Lisa joined WABC-TV the Sunday after the World Trade Center disaster as a freelance reporter and hit the ground running. Since coming to New York, Lisa has covered several major stories such as the crash of flight 587 in the Rockaways.

Lisa is a native of Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to working in her hometown, Lisa has been employed at stations in Alabama and West Virginia. She left her post as a main anchor at an Orlando, Florida station, bringing her reports to Channel 7 viewers.

Lisa's work has garnered two Suncoast Regional Emmy's, five Emmy nominations, and numerous awards from the Florida Associated Press, and the Society of Professional Journalists.

Lisa is excited to be part of the Eyewitness News team, working as an early morning reporter, or filling in at the anchor desk.

Lisa lives in Connecticut with her husband and two children.

Thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack, One World Trade Center is open for business.
A nurse quarantined at University Hospital in Newark who tested negative for Ebola has been discharged after being evaluated in coordination with the CDC and the treating clinicians at the hospital.
Police say the suspect was angered that the 3-year-old had an accident, so he took off her soiled diaper and told her to eat it.
Police released new video of the suspect wanted in the attack Tuesday night.
Crews repaired a water main break in Lower Manhattan that had caused traffic delays at the outbound Holland Tunnel.