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Ashley Soley-Cerro is a digital producer at PIX11. She is a born-and-raised Angeleno who previously worked at PIX’s sister station KTLA in Los Angeles. Prior to her time in TV news, she was a producer at Southern California Public Radio.

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  • Officials identify ‘hazardous material’ that prompted 3 LaGuardia TSA agents to be hospitalized

    QUEENS — The “hazardous material” that sent three TSA agents to the hospital for evaluation on Wednesday, and prompted the temporary closure of a LaGuardia Airport screening area, has been determined to have been a food item or spice, according to the Port Authority Police Department. Transportation Security Administration agents came in contact with an unknown substance when inspecting a carry-on bag that had set off an alarm at an airport checkpoint shortly before 6 a.m., according to the TSA. The encounter prompted reports […]

  • Shots fired near Capitol Hill when driver attempts to run over officers: D.C. police

    WASHINGTON — A driver who allegedly tried to run over police on Capitol Hill, prompting the officials to fire shots, is in custody, Metropolitan Police Department officials said Wednesday. The driver used a vehicle to attempt to strike officers in the 100 block of Independence Avenue, D.C. police said. The incident was reported at about 9:30 a.m. Capitol Hill police then fired shots at the driver, who was taken into custody near Third Street Southwest and Independence Avenue Southwest, D.C. police said. No […]

  • Chelsea Market reopens after fire breaks out on roof

    CHELSEA, Manhattan — Firefighters have given the all clear for people to reenter Chelsea Market after a fire broke out Tuesday afternoon. The blaze was reported on a roof at 425 West 15th St. at 12:09 p.m., FDNY said. It was knocked down by 12:48 p.m. “Today there was a minor fire within the cooling tower on the roof of Chelsea market that has been contained. The fire department responded immediately to the scene, and the adjacent office floors of […]

  • Family, colleagues gather for FDNY EMT Yadira Arroyo’s funeral

    THE BRONX — Hundreds gathered at a Bronx church Saturday for the funeral of FDNY EMT Yadira Arroyo. Arroyo’s funeral comes the week after she was killed in the line of duty — fatally struck by the ambulance she had been in moments before, when it was allegedly stolen by a man high on drugs. “She was a hard working mother, a perfect example to the community,” FDNY Lt. Miguel Flores says. Arroyo, 44, leaves behind five sons, ages 7 to 24 years […]

  • Man falls from Brooklyn building, dies, hours after teen is killed in similar incident

    EAST WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn — A man who fell from the fourth-floor of a Brooklyn apartment died Saturday, hours after a teenager was killed in a similar incident in the same borough, according to police. Police say they responded to a 911 call regarding an unconscious man in the 900 block of Metropolitan Avenue at 2:33 a.m. Tyler Wyatt, 21, had suffered bodily trauma after apparently falling from a fourth-floor window, and was found unconscious and unresponsive, police said. He was transported to the […]

  • Armed robbers, including 1 in pig mask, storm Vegas hotel: police

    LAS VEGAS — At least three well-dressed masked burglars, carrying sledgehammers, smashed their way into a high-end jewelry store early Saturday at one of Las Vegas’ most luxurious hotels. The burglary prompted authorities to lock down parts of the swanky Bellagio Resort & Casino and sent panicked guests rushing outside. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Lt. Carlos Hank said the men were wearing suits and at least one had on a pig mask. Hank added authorities believe one of the men […]

  • Major delays for evening rush at Penn Station after ‘minor’ Amtrak derailment

    NEW YORK — Commuters were met with delays and cancelations during evening rush hour at New York’s Penn Station following a “minor” Amtrak train derailment Friday morning. Customers leaving from Penn Station were urged to catch a train on the Long Island Rail Road before 4 p.m. or after 8 p.m., MTA officials said. Trains were running out of four tracks (18 to 21) rather than the normal nine (Tracks 13 to 21). Twenty-nine trains were canceled during the evening service. LIRR service from Brooklyn’s Atlantic Terminal, Woodside, Jamaica […]

  • Man charged when baby girl, 1, is fatally struck in East Elmhurst: police

    EAST ELMHURST, Queens — A man has been charged in the death of a 1-year-old girl who was in a stroller when she was struck by a vehicle in East Elmhurst, police said Friday. Skylar Perkins has been identified by police as the baby girl killed at the intersection of 94th Street and 23rd Avenue Thursday around 8:45 p.m. The mother was crossing 23rd Avenue with Skylar, who was in a secured stroller, when the baby was struck by a […]

  • Man sexually assaults toddler, stabs mother and another woman before falling asleep in LI: police

    HEMPSTEAD, Long Island — A man has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 2-year-old, stabbing a woman and later stabbing the child’s mother, before being found asleep at a Hempstead home, police said Thursday. The overnight ordeal began at about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday when Tommy Vladim Alvarado-Ventura, 31, was at the Long Island home he shared with his girlfriend. His girlfriend’s two children, a 2-year-old girl and 4-year-old boy, were also in the home, and were being watched by another tenant while their mother […]

  • School bus hits child, 8, in Brooklyn: police

    BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn — A school bus struck a child, injuring his leg, outside a Brooklyn school on Thursday, according to police. The 8-year-old boy was hit near Rockaway and Hegeman avenues at 7:01 a.m., an NYPD spokesman said. Google Maps shows the location it next to multiple schools. The child’s condition is unknown, but his leg was injured, according to police. Correction: A previous version of this article erroneously reported that the boy was 11 years old based on initial NYPD […]