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Allison Kaden joined PIX 11 News in 2004. Previously she was an anchor and reporter at News 12 Networks, starting at News 12 The Bronx in 2000.

As a young reporter Kaden covered September 11th, 2001 and the dark days that followed the terrorist attack. Only weeks before September 11th, she was in Israel following a group of New Yorkers when a terrorist attack in Jerusalem injured several people she was covering. She was the only local New York reporter in Israel covering the attack.

As part of PIX 11 News, Kaden has covered a variety of stories including the 2005 tour boat accident on Lake George; the deadly 2011 Christmas Day fire in Stamford, Connecticut and she was one of the first on the scene for the tragic July 4th, 2012 boating accident on the Long Island Sound. Kaden covered Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath from New Jersey, Long Island, Staten Island and Queens.

Kaden has been nominated for several New York Emmy awards and won in 2007 as part of PIX 11′s team coverage of the 2006 explosion of an Upper East Side townhouse. She received special mention in 2005 from the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association for her coverage of a helicopter crashing into the East River after taking off from the 34th street heliport.

In addition to the hard and harrowing news of the day, Kaden loves to cover the lighter side of life. She’s donned a wedding dress for the annual running of the brides, given viewers a backstage look at Broadway and hit the red carpet for television and film premieres.

Kaden has a bachelor’s degree in American Studies from Tulane University. She earned a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. She also studied photography at American University of Paris.

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    Bronx school hosts ‘anti-bias day’ with ‘Hamilton’ star during Trump’s inauguration

    NORWOOD, The Bronx — A Bronx charter school focused on diversity on Friday as Donald Trump became the 45th president of the United States. Actor Brandon Victor Dixon joined hundreds of students at Bronx Community Charter School for “anti-bias day.” “Your voice deserves to be heard. You matter,” the “Hamilton” actor said. Dixon, currently playing Aaron Burr in the hit musical Hamilton, made headlines when he read a statement from the cast to the then Vice-President elect Mike Pence, when he […]

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    Female torso, leg found at Bronx waste station: police

    HUNTS POINT, the Bronx — A female’s torso and leg were found at a waste transfer station in the Bronx Tuesday morning, according to police. Reports of the grisly discovery were made at 4:42 a.m. at 287 Halleck St., police said. The location is the Metropolitan Transfer Station, where garbage is collected, destroyed and processed. Responding officers found a female’s torso and leg, police said. Employees told investigators they were moving garbage from the facility to trucks when a worker noticed the body parts. […]

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    Water restored to residents after water main break flooded homes in Queens

    CORONA, Queens — Water was restored after a water main break flooded a street in Queens Thursday. Crews started working to fix the 12-inch water main break on 60th Avenue at 99th Street starting about 1:30 a.m., Deputy Commissioner Eric Landau said. By 4:45 p.m., water service was restored to all residents affected, NYC Environmental Protection said. But the river of water had damaged the roadway, reached the the wheel wells of some cars and seeped into the basements of a few buildings on […]

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    Booker to testify against Sessions in unprecedented move

    Republican Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama sat for hours Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee during the first day of confirmation hearings. Sessions, 70, is President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for Attorney General. “I am ready for this job,” Sessions said at the beginning of the day. Hecklers tried to interrupt the hearing multiple times. All were escorted out. Senators asked Sessions his views on immigration, race, abortion and other public policy issues. Support and skepticism were split down party lines. […]

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    Gov. Cuomo confirms deal to close Indian Point nuclear power by 2021

    BUCHANAN, N.Y. — A deal has been reached to shut down the Indian Point nuclear power plant by 2021. “For 15 years Riverkeeper has been fighting relicensing of Indian Point. Because we know the plant is just too old and too unsafe to continue to operate,” Paul Gallay, the president of Riverkeeper said. The environmental watchdog group was part of the negotiations to take one nuclear reactor offline by 2020 and the other by 2021. Indian Point has been on […]

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    Hundreds stranded at LaGuardia Airport as snow halts air travel

    QUEENS, N.Y. — Hundreds of flights were canceled and delayed Saturday as snowy weather moved through the tri-state area. As evening set in at LaGuardia Airport, some fliers scrambled to figure out where to go. Kim Denune’s flight was canceled and she won’t be able to get another one until Monday. “I really don’t want to sleep tonight in the food court,” Denune told PIX11. Others chose to sleep on the floor or if they were lucky they found seats […]

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    Passenger on LIRR train that derailed plans to file $5M lawsuit for injuries

    NEW YORK — A passenger who was on the LIRR train that derailed at Atlantic Terminal plans to file a $5 million lawsuit against the commuter rail. Clifford Jones is seeking $5 million in damages for injuries he sustained during the crash, according to the notice of claim filed by his attorney Sanford Rubenstein of Rubenstein & Rynecki. Jones said he was in the last car of the train and had stood up just as the crash happened, Rubenstein confirmed. He said he […]

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    Rapper Troy Ave ‘miraculously’ avoided death in latest shooting: attorney

    BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn — Rapper Troy Ave is lucky to be alive after a Christmas day shooting that could’ve taken his life, his lawyer said. Born Roland Collins, the 31-year-old who was also involved in a shooting at Irving Plaza in May is expected to be released from the hospital Monday evening, his lawyer said. Collins was in his red Maserati at a stop light in Brownsville, Brooklyn, on Sunday when a man walked up to the driver’s side and opened […]

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    Man arrested for swastika graffiti at Long Island college

    EAST GARDEN CITY, N.Y. — Police on Long Island say they have arrested a student in connection with a spate of racially-charged graffiti, including swastikas, at Nassau Community College. Nassau County police say 20-year-old Jasskirat Saini, of Plainview, was arrested Tuesday on charges of aggravated harassment. Police say the man scrawled swastikas and KKK at two campus buildings on Tuesday. Earlier this month, police say swastikas were discovered written in black ink on a handrail and a wall on the […]

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    Escort claims disgraced ex-Police Chief James Burke linked to unsolved Gilgo Beach murders

    OAK BEACH, N.Y. — Suffolk County’s disgraced former Police Chief James Burke, long suspected of keeping the FBI in the dark about the Gilgo Beach murders, faces a new accusation from a sex worker who says there’s a link between him and the killings, an attorney for one of the slain victims said Thursday. It’s been six years since the bodies of more than a dozen women — all sex workers — one man and one toddler were first found, but there’s still […]