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Greg Mocker joined PIX11 in April 2010 and he has been on the trail of something different ever since.

He was awarded the NY Emmy for best transportation reporter in 2017.

He began his journalism career in 1995 as a Reporter/ Bureau Chief at KTEN in Ardmore, OK. He moved to WJBF in Augusta, GA and then in 1999 to KOB in Albuquerque, NM. At both stations he served as a Reporter/Anchor and covered City Hall and neighborhood issues. He worked at KPHO in Phoenix, AZ until 2007.

In 2008 Mocker moved to New York to produce and create video content for TurnHere and StudioNow.

At PIX11, Mocker has focused on the MTA and city agencies. He has been accused of being “overly dogged.” He is best known for removing a television from the lake at Prospect Park in Brooklyn.

Mocker graduated from Ohio University bachelor’s degree in Journalism. He lives in Queens.

Recent Articles
  • $2,000 reward offered for backpack with wedding photos lost on subway

    Wedding days are memorable. “‘Til death do us part“ is the vow. What happens when the wedding photos have disappeared and they may be lost on the subway? Photographer Kurt Sneddon says he photographed a friends’ wedding and placed the memory cards with the wedding images in one of his bags. On his B train ride home with various pieces of equipment, the bag was left behind. He has posted signs and filed reports with the MTA. Here’s how riders […]

  • Village Voice prints final weekly newspaper edition

    NEW YORK — The Village Voice,  which has been around for more than 60 years, has ended its weekly print edition and copies are going fast from the red boxes. The publication’s owners made the announcement in August but the final date was not revealed. According to a media release issued today, The Village Voice’s website has seen double digit month-over-month traffic increases since it was relaunched. The Village Voice’s website has seen its traffic double in the past few years. […]

  • New Yorkers prepare for 5 Boro Pizza Challenge

    Eat 5 slices in each one of the 5 New York City Boroughs. Pick them up by train, bus, bike or beat. You have to take public transportation. You can run or walk to get them. But there are no cars. That’s the 5 Boro Pizza Challenge. Originally organized by some friends looking for something to do, the contest was opened to the public and organized for Transportation Alternatives in 2016. You can register for Saturday’s event on the website. […]

  • Diners in NYC face challenges

    At the Flagship Diner on Queens Boulevard, you have been able to get breakfast, lunch and dinner and everything in between 24 hours a day, 7 days a week since 1965. The restaurant in Briarwood, Queens at 86th Avenue has been operated by three guys since the 1990s. The current lease runs through the Fall of 2019. The original property owner sold the lot and the building last year. The new property owner made an offer that included new space […]

  • Irma forces Yankees to play Rays at Citi Field

    QUEENS —The home team is from Florida at Citi Field in Flushing, Queens for a 3-game stretch against the New York Yankees this week. Lucas Duda, traded from the Mets to the Tampa Bay Rays in July, was in his old corner stall at the far end, near the showers. Evan Longoria was in David Wright’s lockers just inside the entrance to the Mets clubhouse, where the Giants and Virginia Tech football helmets had been removed along with the rest […]

  • Newly renovated R train subway stations opening in Brooklyn

    SUNSET PARK, Brooklyn — The newly renovated 53rd Street R subway station opened Friday in Sunset Park, Brooklyn ahead of schedule. Completed in less than six months, the new station is the first of 33 to undergo extensive, accelerated renovations as part of a broader program aimed at improving the New York City Transit system. Bay Ridge Avenue and Prospect Avenue Stations are being worked on now. The MTA is undertaking component and renewal work at more than 170 other […]

  • MTA crews tackle trash as Governor Cuomo increases projects and asks riders not to litter

    NEW YORK — Throwing an empty chip bag onto the subway tracks could soon have  financial consequences. The fine for littering in the subway system is set to double from $50 to $100, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday. New fines, which will go into effect in seven days, are designed to slash levels of subway trash. Garbage in the subway system is a leading cause of track fires and delays. “Littering is not only illegal but dangerous and directly causes hundreds […]

  • Street art hits the road in NYC

    Murals and paintings have transformed buildings around New York City for decades. Street art has a home in the Big Apple and it has been always on the move. Pictures of vans and trucks have been posted recently on social media sites and with various hashtags. A moving company that serves the New York area has worked with artists to paint the sides of trucks.

  • Springsteen extends Broadway run as tickets sell out and resell for thousands of dollars

    NEW YORK — The Boss plans to stick around on Broadway — before he even gets started on Broadway. Bruce Springsteen said Tuesday on his website that he’ll extend his upcoming one-man show “Springsteen on Broadway” into early February, offering an extra 10 weeks of shows. His five-show-a-week stand at the Walter Kerr Theatre begins previews Oct. 3 ahead of an Oct. 12 opening at the intimate 960-seat venue. It originally was to close Nov. 26, but now that has […]

  • ‘Summer of Hell’ inspires song with transit theme

    At the end of this week, the so-called ‘Summer of Hell’ will wrap up. Amtrak reports the work project at Penn Station will be completed. The mood will live on and it has inspiried a musician in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Nestor Cora grew up in New York City and played professional baseball in Puerto Rico. He picked up the guitar when he returned to New York. He sees and hears some inspiration and frustration in transit delays and problems. The song […]