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Corey is a digital content producer at PIX11 News. He previously spent five years with iHeartMedia, most recently as a morning radio host in Virginia Beach, VA. He’s a native of Syracuse, NY and a graduate of Syracuse University.


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  • Suffolk County Jewish center shot at, damaged with BB gun: police

    HUNTINGTON, N.Y. — Two males used a BB gun to shoot a glass door and a light at a Suffolk County Jewish community center, according to police, who are searching for the suspects. Suffolk County Police said the two males, whose ages are not known, damaged the Huntington Jewish Center with the BB gun on Nov. 22 at around 11:30 p.m. Suffolk County Crime Stoppers said Monday they’re offering a cash reward of up to $5,000 for any information that […]

  • Hundreds of homes flooded due to sewage backup in southeast Queens: officials

    JAMAICA, Queens — Hundreds of homes are dealing with a major sewage backup in Queens according to Mayor Bill de Blasio. An FDNY spokesperson said they responded to Inwood Street in Jamaica at around 1:40 p.m. Saturday for what it called a major sewage condition. Both Con Edison and the Department of Environmental Protection also responded. De Blasio tweeted Saturday that a main issue was causing sewage backups to roughly 300 homes in southeast Queens, and  NYC Water crews were […]

  • New Rochelle football team wins state championship against all odds

    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The New Rochelle varsity football team won the state championship, completing an undefeated season — even with their beloved head coach missing for the entirety of their playoff run. New Rochelle beat McQuaid Jesuit 28-0 to win the Class AA state title Saturday night. Your new 2019 Class AA boys football champions New Rochelle. #NYSPHSAA pic.twitter.com/dxX3Q8qyoo — NYSPHSAA (@NYSPHSAA) December 1, 2019 The Huguenots headed to states Sunday in Syracuse without their popular leader, “Coach D.” On […]

  • Westchester County man accused of sexually abusing child at local restaurant pleads guilty

    OSSINING, N.Y. — A Westchester County man pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a child just as pretrial hearings were underway in county court Thursday, officials announced Tuesday. Segundo Nicolas Sanchez Gillen was arrested by Village of Ossining Police on April 24, accused of sexually abusing a child at a village restaurant in February. The child was under the age of 11, according to the Westchester County District Attorney. Sanchez Gillen pleaded guilty to first degree sexual abuse, a class D […]

  • White House was briefly on lockdown after aircraft entered restricted airspace

    WASHINGTON — The White House was briefly placed on lockdown Tuesday morning after an aircraft entered restricted airspace in the Washington area. The event caused senior national security officials across the agencies to convene to coordinate and monitor the situation, according to a US defense official, and aircraft have been deployed to monitor the situation, US Northern Command tweeted. “Senior officials across the interagency are monitoring the situation on a national event conference call. NORAD aircraft are on site and […]

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    Teen surfing on No. 7 train struck and killed at Queensboro Plaza

    QUEENS — A teenager surfing on top of a train car on the No. 7 line was struck and killed Saturday night in Queens, according to MTA officials and police. Authorities said the teen’s body was found by an MTA motorman after the individual was struck around 9:15 p.m. at the Queensboro Plaza station in Queens. No. 7 trains and N trains experienced major delays and service changes into late Saturday night in both directions while police investigated, the MTA […]

  • Power restored after nearly 12,000 experience outages in Rockland County

    ROCKLAND COUNTY — Power was restored overnight after nearly 12,000 customers experienced outages Saturday night in Rockland County, according to Con Edison. The outages happened at around 9:50, according to a spokesperson from Con Edison’s Orange & Rockland Utility. The cause of the outages still hasn’t been publicly stated, though a spokesperson Saturday night said there was an issue with a substation. As of 7:30 a.m. there were just two customers in Rockland County experiencing outages, with service predicted to […]

  • Border Patrol seizes, destroys 150 pounds of frozen bologna

    EL PASO, T.X. — It was full of baloney — and, literally, bologna. A truck full of bologna was stopped at a port of entry in El Paso, Texas, with Customs and Border officers seizing 14 rolls of contraband bologna from the back seat. No bologna! #CBP agriculture specialists seize big load of prohibited meat. Details: https://t.co/OgXBLcBZTj pic.twitter.com/fOoGbSDbqm — CBP West Texas (@CBPWestTexas) November 22, 2019   “It is important that travelers understand they should declare all items they are […]

  • Man pushed on Bronx subway tracks in possible hate crime: police

    MOUNT HOPE, the Bronx — A man was pushed onto the tracks of the East Tremont Avenue Subway Station in the Bronx by a man with a hammer, and police are investigating it as a possible hate crime. Officials said it happened Friday morning around 1 a.m. The victim told police he was standing on the platform when another man used an anti-gay slur, causing a fight to break out. The man who used the slur pulled out a hammer, […]

  • Video shows homeless woman forcefully handcuffed in subway station, police say she was in need of evaluation

    Warning: Video and audio may be disturbing. JAMAICA, Queens — “It’s not right! Let her go!” Video posted to Twitter Friday shows a homeless woman being handcuffed on the floor of a subway station in Queens. A passerby at the Jamaica Center – Parsons/Archer Station stopped to take videos of the incident, an incident that he said wasn’t right, and that it wasn’t the help the woman needed. In the video, in which the man shouts “let her go,” another […]

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