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Christie Duffy is an award-winning reporter for PIX11.

Duffy follows in the footsteps of family, many of whom have worked in the TV business, beginning with her Grandfather.

She earned a team Emmy nomination for her Superstorm Sandy coverage. Duffy has also received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Garden State Journalists Association.

After a massive fire destroyed the Seaside boardwalk, she uncovered that most businesses on the block where the fire started never had their electrical wiring inspected after Sandy flooded the area. Investigators found that salt water had badly corroded wiring beneath the boardwalk, sparking the fire.

Duffy also uncovered the biggest federal crackdown on jitney buses in the region in 10 years. The exclusive story followed a freak accident in West New York, New Jersey, where a bus accident killed an infant in her stroller.

She also covered President Obama during a visit to New Jersey after Tropical Storm Irene; Governor Christie’s re-election in 2013; and the internationally-watched trial of former Rutger’s freshman Dharun Ravi.

Duffy joined PIX11 from New Jersey’s PBS affiliate, NJTV. Prior to that, she reported for Verizon FiOS1 News, and covered the financial markets. She began her career at Fox News Channel.

Duffy grew up in Bergen County, New Jersey. In the summer, she spends as much time as possible down the shore in Long Beach Island, NJ.

On her days off, she loves spending time with her family, friends and her dog Ted!

Recent Articles
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    New York lawmaker, council members arrested outside Trump Tower

    MIDTOWN, Manhattan — As Donald Trump raised his right hand in Washington, protestors raised their voices and hoisted signs outside Trump Tower. Police handcuffed seven demonstrators, including lawmakers, on Friday. New York City councilman Juumane Williams (D-Brooklyn), Councilman Carlos Menchaca (D-Brooklyn), State Senator Marisol Alcantara, along with activists sat on the crosswalk in the middle of 5th Avenue in front of Trump Tower before police showed them to their seat in the back of a police van. “We can’t wait till the […]

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    NJ police seize more than 30 bricks of heroin, prescription drugs from Franklin home

    FRANKLIN, N.J. — Franklin Police Detective Nevin Mattessich trains other police officers on how to use the life-saving drug naloxone. It can reverse a heroin overdose. But another way to save a life is to stop the drug supply at the source. And apparently, a two-family home on Cummins Street was a big one. “When we got into the residence there were people purchasing drugs,” said Det. Mattessich. Police barged in with a warrant at 11 a.m. on Tuesday. Mark […]

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    Backlash prompts Bruce Springsteen cover band to cancel Trump inauguration plans

    ASBURY PARK, N.J. — A Bruce Springsteen tribute group the “B Street Band” has dropped their plans to play in Washington, D.C. this week. The popular cover band got hit with an avalanche of angry fans after a headline surfaced that stated Trump had hired them. In fact, the band signed on to play at an inauguration event 4-years ago, before anyone knew who would be elected. “It was just terrible, it was terrible. I mean people were disappointed, thousands […]

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    Montclair parents on alert after reported cases of man luring children to his car

    MONTCLAIR, N.J. — At least two separate cases of child luring have been reported this week in Montclair, the latest one happened last night. Police are asking for the public’s help to identify the guy. “I never let them out of my sight,” said mom of two, Julia Furlong. “No mom wants to hear anything like this.” Her son is the same age as a 9-year-old boy who was walking near Norwood Avenue and Marion Road in Upper Montclair last Friday […]

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    More than 1 in 3 people in New Jersey are struggling to afford the basics

    MORRIS COUNTY, N.J. — United Way of Northern New Jersey is sounding the alarm that 37 percent of New Jerseyans are among the “working poor” — people who live paycheck-to-paycheck in an uphill battle against the high cost of living. “It’s frustrating when you work so hard and your paycheck doesn’t go very far at all,” said Charlene O’Brien, a divorced mom of two boys, ages 10 and 7. “It’s very stressful because everyday you have to make sure your family is cared […]

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    Onslaught of flu season: Confirmed cases in New Jersey, New York are rising

    POMPTON LAKES, N.J. — Both New York and New Jersey health departments are reporting widespread cases of the influenza virus. The Pediatric Care Associates office in northern New Jersey was slammed with patients today, including 4-year-old Eddie Goldner. “I wanted to make sure his chest was clear, but since the flu is running, he got a flu test,” said Maria Goldner, Eddie’s mom. Eddie’s flu test came back negative. The New Jersey Department of Health has published a bright red […]

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    Cuban Americans remain divided on Obama’s decision to end ‘wet foot, dry foot’ policy

    HUDSON COUNTY, N.J. — Obama’s decision to end the longstanding policy to allow Cubans who arrive to the U.S. without a visa to become permanent residents has received mixed reactions among Cuban Americans. Cuban culture is evident along Bergenline Avenue in Union City and West New York, New Jersey, known as “Havana on the Hudson.” However, some of the most outspoken ex-pats of the island nation are divided on President Obama’s decision to eliminate the special immigration policy for Cubans that has […]

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    Federal grant to supply over 1,000 body cameras for NJ police

    NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Dozens of police departments in New Jersey will get new body cameras through a half-million dollar federal grant. Thirty-seven police departments in nearly every county will share the federal grant to equip officers with the extra set of eyes. The grant will supply more than 1,000 new body cameras for police statewide within the next year. Body cameras have proved to be useful in dangerous incidents. Last September, a body camera on a Linden police officer captured […]

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    Activist groups nationwide fight to remove toxic chemicals from drinking water

    NEW YORK — Nearly two-dozen organizations have joined forces to attack the widespread problem of lead in water. They want to stop contamination at the source, which is likely beneath your feet. An estimated 6.1 million lead service lines join water mains to the plumbing inside homes and businesses across the country. When the water flowing though the lines is corrosive, small particles of lead can break off and flow right into your cup. PIX11 published an interactive map in […]

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    NJ girls’ basketball team riled by black doll hanging from neck

    PLAINFIELD, N.J. — A high school basketball team from a diverse town found a black doll strung up in a classroom at a predominantly white school. Photos of what they saw have been circulating on social media. The image shows a black basketball player with string wrapped around his body and neck. It’s hanging inside a classroom at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark, New Jersey. A Facebook post alongside the photo reads: “So this is what our girls […]