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Jeremy Tanner is a senior digital news producer for PIX11. He has worked as a reporter and photographer in New York City, San Francisco and Brazil.

He joined PIX11 in 2009 and holds a joint master’s degree in journalism and Caribbean and Latin American studies.

Recent Articles
  • New Jersey sports betting market has huge impact on NFL Super Bowl odds

    NEW YORK – If there was any question around the appetite for legal sports betting on the East Coast, the feverish action on Super Bowl LIII odds at those brand-new sportsbooks in New Jersey has provided a rather loud – and lucrative – answer. “We’ve got 10 times the amount of tickets on the (New York) Giants than on any other team except the (New York) Jets and the (Philadelphia) Eagles,” Nick Bogdanovich, director of trading for William Hill U.S., […]

  • Suspected gunman identified in Fort Greene triple slaying

    FORT GREENE, Brooklyn — Police have identified the suspected shooter in a triple slaying that happened just before 2 a.m. Sept. 20 on Fleet Walk, outside the Ingersoll Houses in Downtown Brooklyn. Allen Cooper, 31, also known as “Pike,” allegedly gunned down a man in his 70s, along with two others, according to detectives, who are now working to locate him. Police released surveillance video shortly after the shooting that shows a suspect reach into a recycling bin and pull out a bag […]

  • Future of fast food? Carl’s Jr. CEO contemplates restaurants where diners ‘never see a person’

    NEW YORK – The CEO of Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s says he sees automated restaurants as the future of the industry and a solution to rising minimum wages. “I want to try it,” Andy Puzder told Business Insider.  “We could have a restaurant that’s focused on all-natural products and is much like an Eatsa, where you order on a kiosk, you pay with a credit or debit card, your order pops up, and you never see a person.” Eatsa is a fully-automated […]

  • Twitter turns 10! Go back in time to your first tweet ever

    NEW YORK – As Twitter prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary on Monday, it’s a perfect day to look back at your first tweet ever – or those of your friends, favorite celebrities or politicians. Forget about scrolling through thousands of tweets, Twitter allows you to automatically jump to any user’s first 140-character experiment. Here are a few highlights: just setting up my twttr — Jack (@jack) March 21, 2006 been sitting here for 30 minutes trying to figure out a clever first tweet. still […]

  • NY woman possibly with Alzheimer’s and 8-year-old girl found in Queens after reported missing

    QUEENS – A New York woman and a girl from East Orange, New Jersey, who disappeared together on Wednesday, was found a day later, East Orange mayor’s office reported. The two were found safe in Queens around 4.45 p.m. Thursday, the mayor’s office wrote on Facebook. Flora Roach-Premnauth, 64, of Schenectedy, and 8-year-old Kayla Smith were last seen when the woman picked up Smith at 179 North Maple Ave. around 10 a.m. Roach-Premnauth, who is a friend of Smith’s family, […]

  • Limo driver charged in Cutchogue crash that killed 4 young women

    RIVERHEAD, N.Y. — The limousine driver involved in a deadly 2015 collision in Cutchogue that took the lives of four young women was indicted Wednesday. Carlos F. Pino, 58, faces 16 counts that include criminally negligent homicide, assault, reckless driving and other traffic violations, according to District Attorney Thomas Spota. Eight young women were returning from a wine tasting in Cutchogue last July when a truck broadsided their limousine.  At the time of the accident, the limousine driver, 58-year-old Carlos F. Pino, was trying to make […]

  • Police crack mysterious egging case after 85-year-old’s house pelted over 100 times in a year

    EUCLID, Ohio – Albert Clemens Sr. is breathing a sigh of relief after a baffling string of egg attacks finally led police to the alleged culprit. Police arrested Jason E. Kozan and charged him with felony vandalism after he allegedly pelted Clemens’ Euclid home more than 100 times. Clemens has lived in his house at Wilmore Avenue and East 210th Street for more than 60 years – but more than a year ago something strange started happening when several eggs slammed into the side of […]

  • Panama City Beach spring breaker dies after falling off parking garage: police

    PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. – An Indiana man tumbled to his death from a Panama City Beach parking garage early Sunday, police said. The body of Tyler Douglas Gilmore, 20, of Terre Haute, Indiana, was discovered around 1 a.m. at the base of the Shores of Panama facility along S. Thomas Drive.  The structure is more than 10 stories tall, according to the Panama City News Herald, but it’s not clear what level he fell from. Police said they weren’t […]

  • Man accused of robbing Girl Scouts, punching Good Samaritan in the face

    ROCKVILLE CENTRE, New York – A group of Girl Scouts were selling cookies at the Rockville Centre train station Wednesday evening when a cash-hungry thief stole their proceeds, according to Nassau County police. Michael Avelli, 34, of Deer Park, walked up to the Scouts around 5:45 p.m. and pretended to be interested in buying cookies at first – then spotted the girls’ silver-colored cash box with nearly $100 inside, and grabbed it, police said. A bystander who heard someone yelling, “He […]

  • Trucker accused of using fishing line to thwart E-ZPass tolls: Port Authority PD

    NEW YORK – A trucker rigged an inventive – but illegal – fishing line system that helped hide his license plate while passing through E-ZPass tolls, according to Port Authority Police Department Spokesman Joe Pentangelo. Javier Marte, 41, of Yonkers, faces two counts – one for theft of services and another for tampering with public records – after authorities caught up to him at the George Washington Bridge toll lane in New Jersey. Officer George Kwiecinski pulled Marte over after he spotted him in […]

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