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Dan Mannarino is a five-time Emmy Award-winning anchor and reporter for the PIX11 Morning News.

Dan joined PIX11 News in September 2011 and is thrilled to be reporting in the No. 1 market, and the area he was born and raised in, New York City. Since joining the team, Dan has covered some of the area’s biggest stories, including Hurricane Sandy, the East Harlem explosion, the Philadelphia train derailment, and many more.

Dan traveled to Rome twice — once for the elevation of Timothy Dolan to Cardinal and again when Pope Francis was named. He was live when the white smoke began to rise.

Dan has won a number of broadcast media awards, including five regional Emmy Awards. Dan’s first win came for an exclusive investigative piece into a toxic spill in Le Roy, N.Y., that led to a massive cleanup by the Environmental Protection Agency.

He has since won awards for his exclusive Hidden New York Series, his coverage of Hurricane Sandy, and for his exclusive reporting on “fight church,” where MMA-style boxing took place inside a house of worship.

Before Dan joined PIX11 News, he worked at NY1 News and Verizon FiOs 1 News on Long Island and in New Jersey.

Since 2003, Dan has volunteered for Camp New Day in New Jersey working with developmentally delayed adults, a cause near and dear to his heart.

Dan also can’t forget his Italian roots and currently resides in Manhattan.

Recent Articles
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    Newark’s first ever public safety director aims to tackle city’s high crime rate

    NEWARK, N.J. — Newark is New Jersey’s largest city with one of the worst reputations. Just simply walking or driving through parts of Newark, it’s tough not to see an abandoned building, a shuttered storefront, or an arrest happening in broad daylight. In fact, the numbers tell the story. In 2015, there were 382 shootings and 105 murders, which is 12 more than the previous year. The dire situation led Mayor Ras Baraka to come up with a solution. So, […]

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    Inside Rikers: One-On-One with former Department of of Corrections Commissioner Bernie Kerik

    Bernie Kerik: he was the man tasked with fixing what was described as “a powder keg waiting to explode.” That powder keg was Rikers Island during the early 90’s.  Kerik came on board in 1994 and worked his way up the ranks becoming Department of Corrections Commissioner in 1998. Kerik was able to cut 150 stabbings per month to just 6 or 7 per month by 1999.  It was something noticed by inmates and guards during that time. “There is […]

  • The aftermath of a sheet of bricks falling off a Verizon building in East Elmhurst, Queens, on Feb. 25, 2016. (Photo: Dan Mannarino, PIX11 New)

    Huge chunk of Verizon building comes crashing down in Queens

    ELMHURST, Queens — A portion of a Verizon building in Queens came crashing to the ground during a powerful overnight storm that downed trees and power lines across the area. It happened at Vietor Avenue and Broadway in the Elmhurst section of Queens. Images from the scene show a chunk of the building as tall as an SUV crumpled in the middle of Vietor Avenue. Debris could be seen on top of several cars parked along the side of the […]

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    Inside Rikers: Community debates shutdown of jail at town hall meeting

    It was the first town hall to discuss the problems of ongoing violence and corruption that plagues Rikers Island. PIX11 has been at the forefront of the reporting — hearing from all sides of the equation.  Now, we’re hearing what New Yorkers think can be done to fix the broken system. “If it weren’t for Channel 11 showing what goes on inside Rikers, we probably wouldn’t be having this conversation,” says Norman Seabrook, president of the Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association. The forum […]

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    Town hall meeting held to discuss possible shutdown of Rikers Island

    HARLEM, Manhattan – Rikers Island has been described as the worst place in America and in town hall Monday night, city leaders discussed what to do with the prison. Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark at the event hosted by the National Action Network admitted there’s a “real crisis” at 413-acre jail complex. “Rikers Island is in the Bronx jurisdiction,” Clark said.”And right now it’s the worst neighborhood I have in the Bronx.” The town hall was held by Rev. Al Sharpton, the Bronx […]

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    Link NYC allows you to access internet, make free calls

    It’s the latest and greatest free service to hit the streets of New York City — replacing those out-of-date pay phones. No longer do you need that quarter to make a call. New kiosks are popping up that will allow you to connect to the world.

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    Inside Rikers Island: ‘New York’s Boldest’ reveal their struggles inside the jail

    There are over 9,000 Correction Officers who work within the Department of Corrections system. They are described as “New York’s Boldest.” Over the weekend, City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito proposed the idea of reducing the jail population within Rikers Island, so the jail could eventually be shut down. However, the men and women on the front lines who face daily abuse and violence and often fear their lives, say that isn’t the answer just yet. A year into the Mayor’s 14-point […]

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    Painless tattoo parlor opens in Brooklyn

    BOERUM HILL, Brooklyn — At a quick glance from the outside, it may look like any other tattoo shop. However, Tattly tattoos are a whole different experience. “We love seeing people’s reactions when they walk by,” says founder Tina Roth Eisenberg. “They roll their eyes when they see another tattoo shop.” Yet, on the inside there are no in machines, no screams of pain — because here, everything is absolutely temporary. “I wanted to elevate what temporary tattoos stand for,” says […]

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    Inside Rikers Island: Curbing violence among adolescents

    PIX11 News took an exclusive look inside the halls of Rikers’ most violent wing — the adolescent building known as “RNDC,” for Robert N. Davoren Complex. It’s a place television cameras are rarely granted access to, but PIX11 News went inside, alongside Corrections Commissioner Joe Ponte. Ponte was hired two years ago to fix the broken system. “There’s millions of dollars of work neglected over the years,” Ponte said. In 2015, Mayor Bill de Blasio created a 14-point plan to […]

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    Inside Rikers Island: A look at violence and corruption in the complex

    Rikers Island has been described by some as “the worst place on Earth.” Since it was established in 1932, it has become a place notorious for violence within the walls — where inmates attack inmates, inmates attack correction officers, and correction officers attack inmates. Currently, Rikers has the lowest prison population to date, with just over 10,000 inmates. Yet, violence continues to climb. In 2015, there were 9,424 assaults — the highest in five years. Stabbings, in particular, rose to […]