Henry Rosoff is a native of Scotch Plains, NJ, and spent much of his youth riding the train to the city. He is now thrilled to call Brooklyn home.

Rosoff comes to PIX11 by way of stations in Philadelphia, Seattle, Milwaukee and Waco, Texas.

He covered big stories across the county, from the Fort Hood shooting, to election night 2012 at Mitt Romney HQ, to the I-5 bridge collapse, to the recent Chelsea terror attack — along with every major storm and protest in between. However, it’s the stories where he managed to help people with everyday issues that meant the most.

Along the way Rosoff has been fortunate to win several regional awards including a few Emmys and Press Club honors (although he forgot to thank his girlfriend, now wife, for supporting him during his first acceptance speech… Sorry again about that!)

When not reporting the news, Rosoff enjoys running, smoking meats and keeping his two dogs, Violet and Jerry, out of trouble.


Recent Articles
  • 1 dead, 22 injured in shooting at Trenton Art All Night festival

    TRENTON, N.J. — Two gunmen opened fire at an all-night arts and music festival early Sunday morning, sending people running over each other in the scramble to safety, authorities said. One suspect was killed and 22 people were injured. Of 17 people treated for gunshot wounds, four of them, including a 13-year-old boy, remain in critical condition late Sunday morning, said Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri. The shots rang out around 2:45 a.m. during the Art All Night Trenton festival that […]

  • Protesters rally against the separation of immigrant families

    BROOKLYN — New Yorkers rallied Thursday as part of a nation-wide protest against the practice of separating children from their families at the U.S. boarder. “I’ve been here 52 years I never thought I’d live to see these atrocities,” Guatemalan immigrant and U.S. citizen Nancy Hernandez said. “It’s a violation of human rights.” The practice of separating children from their families at the boarder is not necessarily new. However, it’s been brought to the forefront because of the tougher immigration […]

  • Bus driver speaks after attack, calls for safety improvements

    YONKERS, N.Y. — Liberty Lines bus driver Burim Sylaj said he recognizes the four teens who attacked him last weekend as they left his bus. The father of two young children said on Wednesday that the teens ride a few times a week and he always reminds them to pay $2.75. They never do, he said. “They verbally abuse me before, but Saturday when this happened, they threatened to kill me,” Sylaj said. Then on their way out of the […]

  • Group sought in assault on bus driver in the Bronx: police

    EASTCHESTER, the Bronx — Authorities are looking for a group of teens who allegedly assaulted an on-duty bus driver in the Bronx, police said Tuesday. The incident happened Saturday just before 5:30 p.m. as the group exited the southbound bus at Conner Street and Boston Road, police said. The bus involved was route W-60 operated by Liberty-Lines, a public-private partnership in Westchester County. Four teens, believed to be between 16 and 19 years old, allegedly punched and kicked the 38-year-old […]

  • Sen. Schumer pushes for more suicide prevention federal funding

    NEW YORK — Referencing the recent suicides of designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer(D-NY) says the time is now to increase otherwise stagnant federal funding of suicide prevention. The suicide rate is increasing— with 45,000 deaths of people over the age of 10 from 1999 to 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “It is one of the leading causes of death in the United States,” Schumer said. ”We do so […]

  • City-paid contractors not doing proper elevator inspections, comptroller says

    NEW YORK — Subcontractors paid by New York City’s Department of Buildings are — in thousands of cases — not properly inspecting elevators, a report by the New York State Comptroller’s office alleges. The City Department of Buildings is responsible for inspecting 71,000 elevators every year. To do this, an army of subcontractors are hired. In some cases lack of data suggests inspections mights not be happening at all. A multi-year audit by the Comptroller said there is no data for thousands of […]

  • Cops bust alleged members of Bronx drug gang that sold heroin responsible for overdose deaths

    NEW YORK — Authorities have charged 18 alleged members of a Bronx drug gang for selling fentanyl-laced heroin believed to be responsible for at least five overdose deaths. Local and federal law enforcement raided several locations in the Bronx on Tuesday, seizing three kilograms of heroin, about $300,000 in cash and a loaded firearm. Authorities say the suspected drug dealers sold the heroin in glassines stamped with various names, including “Obsession,” ”Fist with a Power Cord” and “Hands Up.” The […]

  • Security heightened at New Rochelle High School following threats

    NEW ROCHELLE, NY — The New Rochelle school district, which has already dealt with several violent incidents this school year, is on high alert after a school shooting threat made for Tuesday. In a social media message to parents, New Rochelle Superintendent said on two occasions someone graffitied in a bathroom that there would be a school shooting on June 5. ,Graffiti was found on May 23 and on June 1. He said the student responsible for writing at least one […]

  • Neighbor’s security camera shows men wanted in fatal Bronx stabbing

    WOODSTOCK, the Bronx — Police released surveillance footage of the men being sought in connection to a Bronx stabbing that left one man dead and another injured. Ira Faulkner, 59, was fatally stabbed in the abdomen by a group of three people who entered the Intervale Avenue apartment building, police said. The men stole $70 and also stabbed Faulkner’s 54-year-old roommate in the abdomen. Police said the killers and the victims did not know one another No arrests have been […]

  • Security tight as thousands march in Israel Day Parade

    UPPER EAST SIDE, Manhattan — More than 1,000 police Officers and members of the NYPD Counterterrorism unit secured the 2018 Celebrate Israel Parade, an event which marked the county’s 70th year. Thousands marched or watched up and down 5th Avenue from 57th to 74th Street. “There was a lot of enthusiasm, a lot of spirit,” said one father who brought his son from Westchester County. Many feared weather would ruin the day, but police were more focused on safety. Currently, […]