Jennifer McLogan returned to WCBS-TV in 1993 to cover Long Island after first reporting for the station in 1982.
In the years between, she worked for CBS affiliate WBBM-TV in Chicago and for NBC Network News where she reported for The NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, and NBC Sportsworld. She began her career in Boston, first as a writer for WEEI-AM, CBS all-news radio, and then as a reporter and anchor for WHDH-AM, before moving into television as a reporter and a weekend anchor for WBZ-TV.
McLogan has been recognized for her coverage of breaking news with her first-on-the-scene reports of the Long Island Railroad shooting, the crash of TWA flight 800, the Belle Harbor crash of American Airlines flight 587, the Philadelphia Police firebombing of the headquarters of the radical group MOVE, the death of Arthur Ashe, and the guilty verdict in the Long Island DWI “limo murder” trial. For her reporting, she is the recipient of national and local Emmys as well as awards from the Associated Press, American Women in Radio and Television, and the Long Island Coalition for Fair Broadcasting.
McLogan holds an honors B.A. from the University of Michigan and an M.F.A. from Brandeis University. She is a self-confessed sports fanatic, who was a letter winner on the very first woman’s NCAA varsity basketball team at Michigan and then on the swimming team at Brandeis.
McLogan lives in Garden City, NY with her husband and three children.
On Tuesday, David Digeronimo, the suspect’s father, spoke to CBS 2’s Jennifer McLogan and said he told police to “put the guns away.”
As the horror of the historic Japan earthquake and devastating tsunami is broadcast across our television screens, anxious homeowners who live in local coastal communities are asking: could it happen here?
It is an unflattering and unwanted reputation – being known as “Boozetown, USA.” The mayor of Hempstead Village on Long Island is on a crusade to rid his proud community of the drinking capitol stigma.
New York State prison inmates who call their victims are learning the consequences of their words. The state is listening in — in a powerful effort to break the cycle of abuse.
Stephanie Finnerty, of Oceanside, was sentenced Monday after being charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
One of Westchester County’s oldest African American congregations may have lost their church in lastMonday’s devastating fire, but new doors opened for them on Sunday.
The Long Island Expressway was brought to its knees Wednesday by pothole repair crews, as emergency workers tried to keep up with the ripped up roads.
A truck driver accused of falling asleep at the wheel and killing a Long Island police officer appeared in court Tuesday. Bail was set at $90,000 bond and $47,500 cash for John Kaley.
At least one big hazard lingers in the Tri-State after the winter storms have departed – towering piles of snow that can hamper a driver’s view.
Months after retired Hempstead doctor Rebecca Twine was killed mowing her lawn, the woman charged in her death was apologetic Tuesday and told reporters she was “really sorry.”
Police on Long Island have shutdown a “nasty” Facebook page that detailed alleged sexual encounters of female students at Uniondale High School.
Police said 18-year-old Erin Clare Malloy-McArdle of North Bellmore lost control at high speed and hit a tree at the Windham Mountain Ski Resort.
Imagine buying tickets to win a million-dollar waterfront home – only to be told the house isn’t even for sale. It happened to thousands on Long Island after an alleged house raffle scam.
Officials on eastern Long Island say some areas were hit by up to 17 inches of snow during an overnight storm, causing dozens of fender-benders but no injuries.
One side of the street is a snowy mess, but the other is lean and clear. Why the difference? That was the situation on Wednesday in Nassau County’s Floral Park and Little Neck, just across the street in Queens.