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

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
  • Long Island house covered in graffiti for art project

    GLEN COVE, N.Y. – It has been a home and a restaurant. It’s history stretches back at least two hundred years. Now it’s home to a colorful collaboration with a local businessman and artists. Glen Street in Glen Cove on Long Island is hosting First City Project. Joe LaPadula is the co-curator of the project. He is working with the city to preserve the landmark exterior.

  • Emergency snow crews needed to clean up NYC streets ahead of weekend storm

    NEW YORK — Another round of snow is heading toward New York City this weekend, but the ice, cold chunks on the streets from Tuesday’s nor’easter is causing problems. About 2,000 emergency snow laborers have been working since Wednesday morning, New York City’s Department of Sanitation said. DSNY has called for them to report on Saturday and more are being encouraged to sign up at sanitation garages. For more information to sign up to clean up the snow on New York City […]

  • Washington Heights residents question why GWB bus terminal is delayed

    MANHATTAN – New areas of George Washington Bridge bus terminal should open in April but riders and neighbors have been waiting for years. The bus terminal at the George Washington Bridge in Washington Heights has been operational during construction. The new facility, with bus service above 120,000 feet of retail, food and commercial space at steer level, was to be done in 2015. The developer, which is managing the retail spaces, met with neighbors and local elected leaders again Thursday. Representatives […]

  • Is Staten Island’s North Shore NYC’s next hot neighborhood?

    New York City is always offering the “next big thing.” Many hot neighborhoods and attractions compete for your attention. Have you been to St. George, Staten Island recently? Commercial development is booming near the Ferry Terminal on the North Shore. Empire Outlets will anchor the area and should be open later 2017. The New York Wheel is under construction with the first ride moved to 2018. The St. George Theatre has been welcoming visitors for years. It was originally built […]

  • Permit extended for ‘Fearless Girl’ statue

    NEW YORK — They’re becoming even more popular than the Statue of Liberty. Two statues have been engaged in an apparent face-off since Tuesday and City Hall says it will continue through April 2, 2017. A Wall Street firm installed the statue of a girl Tuesday on the eve of “International Women’s Day.” She faces “Charging Bull,” the iconic bronze sculpture that was placed near Wall Street by the artist in 1989 and was later moved to a stretch of […]

  • Meet the man behind the voice of some NYC Transit announcements

    The next uptown 5 train will arrive in 5 minutes. Please stand back from the platform edge. You hear the directions and announcements from him every day on the platform along the numbered lines. His name is Bernie Wagenblast, a traffic reporter and writer. In 2009, he recorded hundreds of New York City street names and an assortment of words. A computer, connected to the signal system, arranges and broadcasts the information. The advisories and announcements are voiced by a […]

  • Statue of ‘fearless girl’ staring down Wall Street bull installed ahead of International Women’s Day

    NEW YORK — The Wall Street bull has company. Early on Tuesday morning, State Street Global Advisors installed a statue of a defiant girl, with hands on her hips, chin high and pony tail out, in front of the charging bull. The bronze statue, entitled “Fearless Girl,” was installed a day ahead of International Women’s Day. “Fearless Girl” is designed to call attention to a new initiative by the asset-manager to increase the number of women on their clients’ corporate boards. […]

  • NYC rats on the run from cats cared for by neighbors and The Guardian Angels

    Feral cats and rats are among the issues facing many New York City neighborhoods. Resident fight the battle daily. Some put out food for the cats. Others accept a bigger challenge and they’re getting some help from the Guardian Angels, whose volunteer patrols aim to add a layer of safety to the streets. Nancy Regula, who joined the Guardian Angels about a year ago, formed an Animal Protection Patrol. The patrol traps the feral cats and takes them to be spayed […]

  • Get free tickets for public tour of Gracie Mansion

    The Mayor’s House has a rare open house on Sunday. Gracie Mansion, also called the People’s House, is hosting tours to reveal its newest exhibit “New York 1942.” It commemorates the 75th Anniversary of the first mayor to live in the historic home. Mayor LaGuardia and his wife and children moved in during World War Two. Public tours are usually available only on Tuesdays. Information about the mansion can be found here. Free tickets must be requested for the Sunday morning tours […]

  • Community holds meeting on L train shutdown

    NEW YORK — In January 2019, big changes will happen along the L train. It will not run in Manhattan or into Brooklyn while the tunnel is being repaired. The MTA and NYC Department of Transportation are putting together a comprehensive plan with suggestions from neighbors. It includes a possible bus-only lane over the Williamsburg Bridge and closing 14th Street to cars in Manhattan. Service will also be increased in the M and F trains. The train will still operate […]