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Jennifer Bisram is a reporter at PIX11 News.

Before returning to the Big Apple, the native New Yorker worked at WXYZ-TV in Detroit, Mich., as a weekend morning anchor, investigative reporter, problem solver and had a franchise “Detroit’s Most Wanted,” where she worked with the Detroit Police Department’s Homicide Unit weekly to help catch fugitives.

Two years earlier, Jennifer worked at the No. 1 English-speaking station in Miami, Fla. WSVN-TV, where she covered everything from wild crime and drug news to refugee crises and the Miami Dolphins bullying scandal.

Her first stop in Florida however was at WOFL-TV in Orlando, where she did extensive coverage on the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

She began her television reporting career at News55 on Long Island and quickly moved on to the News12 Network, where she reported for nearly five years before leaving NYC for the Sunshine State.

Jennifer is a multi-Emmy nominated reporter who worked in print before television, writing for papers like NY Newsday and NY Amsterdam News.

She is a graduate of the City University of New York’s Queens College and enjoys traveling, cooking, baking, running 5Ks and spending time with her family.

Jennifer is happy to be back home and is always looking for a good story from you!

Recent Articles
  • Sept. 11 is a day of service of remembrance, service for many

    NEW YORK — More than 2,500 people are honoring the anniversary of 9/11 by volunteering, and many are focussing their efforts on helping those impacted by storms and hurricanes ravaging parts of the U.S. The volunteers gathered at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum Monday morning for 9-11 Day. Wounded warriors, military veterans, children born on Sept. 11 are among the volunteers, who put together about 500,000 meals for those in need, including victims of Harvey and Hurricane Irma.

  • ‘Summer of hell’ ends; Penn Station repairs now put to the test

    NEW YORK — It was billed as the “summer of hell.” Thankfully, it was more like the summer of “meh,” New York rail commuters say. Amtrak wrapped up an extensive summertime track repair project at New York’s Penn Station on Thursday that officials had warned could create an infernal bottleneck in the nation’s busiest rail hub. Predictions back in the spring, when the station had just gone through a series of major disruptions related to train derailments, couldn’t have been […]

  • Teen gets shot while exiting cab in the Bronx

    BRONX, N.Y. – A 15-year-old male is expected to be okay after getting shot early Tuesday morning, according to police reports. A dispute took place aroubd E. Fordham Road and Bainbridge Avenue in the Bronx around 2:30 a.m. when shots were fired,  said police. The 15-year-old teen was exiting his cab when he got shot in the buttocks by one of the bullets. The cabbie was not shot, said reports. It appears that the cabbie drove the teen to St. […]

  • Belmar suspends Labor Day beach fees for Harvey donations

    BELMAR, N.J — On the last unofficial day of summer, Belmar’s mayor opened the beach and municipal parking to the public for free. In exchange, patrons were asked to make a donation to help Rockport, Texas. “They’re a similar town to us, about 10,000 people,” said Mayor Matt Doherty. “I was able to get in touch with their Mayor over the weekend.” ​Rockport is a coastal community that saw a catastrophic impact from the storm, including 1 reported death. This level of devastation is not hard for the mayor […]

  • Harvey causes gas prices to spike ahead of Labor Day weekend

    NEW JERSEY — Gas prices spiked overnight and are up about 17 cents a gallon since Hurricane Harvey struck Texas. The national average price for a gallon of regular jumped nearly 7 cents to $2.52 a gallon on Friday, according to AAA. And price spikes are even more severe in some Southern states. Prices in Texas jumped 10 cents overnight, and are up 21 cents over the last week. North Carolina prices jumped 11 cents overnight and are up 27 […]

  • Queens building with Nazi posters to be investigated

    SUNNYSIDE, Queens — City officials launched a formal investigation into a Sunnyside building with pictures of Hitler and Mussolini in the lobby on Tuesday. But many tenants say this is something they’ve wanted for a long time. Residents have been faced with displays of nazi and confederate symbols along with gun imagery in the building lobby. “No one should have to walk through a lobby with swastikas or Hitler or racist images,” Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer said. Vigilante activist Jeff Orlick […]

  • Parents dead, teen hospitalized after fire tears through Brooklyn home

    BOROUGH PARK, Brooklyn — Parents are dead and their teenage daughter hospitalized after a fast-moving fire broke out at a Borough Park home early Monday, according to fire and police officials. A three-alarm blaze on 44th Street, near 12th Avenue, was reported at 3:47 a.m., police said. A man, 61, woman, 59, and their daughter were transported to the hospital, according to fire crews on scene. Howard and Evelyn Gluck were later pronounced dead, fire crews said. Their 17-year-old daughter […]

  • Richmond Hill residents want squatters out

    RICHMOND HILL, Queens — Boarded-up homes in Queens surrounded by garbage are being taken over by dangerous squatters. “It’s a real big danger to my family,” said Charles Mahadeo, who lives next door to one of the abandoned homes on the corner of Lefferts Boulevard and 95th Avenue in Richmond Hill. “There have been two deaths in here, it’s a dumping ground, it’s very smelly and it’s not a very good atmosphere at all around here,” he said. “I’m very much […]

  • Fight over parking spot may have led to deadly stabbing in Brooklyn

    BERGEN BEACH, Brooklyn — The search is on Monday for two men who stabbed two brothers in Brooklyn, one of whom died, police said. Investigators said the violence appears to have been sparked by an argument over a parking spot. A 41-year-old man was taken into custody Monday at JFK Airport as he tried to board a flight to Haiti, police said. Charges against him are pending. Police were called about 11:30 p.m. on Sunday to East 73rd Street between […]

  • Toxic Gowanus Canal waters flood streets in heavy rain

    GOWANUS, Brooklyn — The Gowanus Canal is considered to be one of the country’s most polluted bodies of water and the toxic canal is quick to flood. “It doesn’t smell very good and it’s difficult to get around, says Maureen Farrell, who’s lived in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn for more than ten-years. “It is nerve-wrecking, you have to watch out for your car, you don’t want your tires to get buried, it can be dangerous.” On Friday, morning commuters were forced to drive […]