Jeremy Tanner is a senior digital news producer for PIX11. He has worked as a reporter and photographer in New York City, San Francisco and Brazil.

He joined PIX11 in 2009 and holds a joint master’s degree in journalism and Caribbean and Latin American studies.

Recent Articles
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    Woman slashed in the face, robbed while walking home in the Bronx

    VAN NEST, The Bronx – A woman is speaking out on Facebook after she was slashed in the face, kicked and robbed while walking in the Bronx. The young woman, who asked to be called by her first name, Paula, says she was walking home along Holland Avenue around 12 a.m. Friday when a man came up behind her, slashing and kicking her in the face. “When I was pushed to the ground and kicked on the mouth he grabbed my bag […]

  • Two people managed to escape injury after crashing a Cessna during a landing at Brookhaven Airport. (Keith Lopez)

    Cessna carrying 2 people crashes, catches fire at Brookhaven Airport

    SHIRLEY, New York – A small plane with two people aboard crashed at Brookhaven Airport Friday, bursting into flames after the occupants managed to escape. The plane ignited after the pilot crashed while landing on the northern end of the runway around 10:12 a.m., according to officials. The pilot and the passenger of the Cessna 152, two men who haven’t been identified, ran from the plane and weren’t hurt. Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board officials are investigating.

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    New Shannan Gilbert autopsy reveals ‘disturbing’ findings in Gilgo Beach case, medical examiner says

    LONG ISLAND— Unhappy with the work of the Suffolk County Police Department, the family of Shannan Gilbert, one of the women found dead near Oak Beach, agreed when a famed medical examiner offered to perform a secondary autopsy. On Friday, family attorney John Ray revealed the report’s “disturbing” new findings, which directly contradict SCPD detectives, who listed the cause of death as drowning. “There is no evidence whatsoever that Shannan Gilbert died a natural death,” former New York City medical examiner Michael Baden […]

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    Massive fire breaks out at Hillsborough Township warehouse

    HILLSBOROUGH TOWNSHIP, New Jersey— A large blaze at a warehouse in Somerset County sent clouds of black smoke billowing into the air. The warehouse is located along U.S. 206 in Hillsborough Township not far from a residential area. Video captured on Periscope shows firefighters using multiple truck ladders to try to extinguish the blaze, which consumed much of the structure near the loading docks. After the video was taken, the fire exploded, tearing through the rest of the warehouse and turning […]

  • James Ryan, of Oakdale, dodged a conviction of vehicular homicide in the DWI crash

    LI man avoids top charge, convicted of manslaughter in DWI crash that killed cop

    MINEOLA — The man whose DWI crash caused a series of accidents resulting in the death of a police officer dodged the top charge Tuesday, but was found guilty of 10 others. Jurors found James Ryan, 28, of Oakdale, not guilty of aggravated vehicular homicide, which could have landed him in prison for up to 25 years. Ryan was found guilty of a slew of charges: aggravated criminally negligent homicide, manslaughter, vehicular manslaughter, negligent homicide, assault, reckless driving, operating a motor vehicle […]

  • The razor was found tucked in the band of a baseball hat. (PAPD)

    2 passengers busted with ‘artfully concealed’ weapons at LaGuardia: TSA

    NEW YORK – Two passengers at LaGuardia tried to board a plane with several “artfully concealed” weapons hidden in their clothes and suitcases, according to officials. TSA agents detained two people, both from the Bronx, on Monday around 5:30 a.m. The passengers, 40-year-old Miguel Rosario Munoz and 18-year-old Lizbeth M. Esteras, had tickets for an American Airlines flight to Miami when they were stopped while trying to pass through security. A search revealed a straight-edged razor inside a Munoz’s shoe, along with a blade hidden in a bottle […]

  • Police are looking for this man who is accused of pulling a pistol during a New York City reporter's live shot. (DCPI)

    Man points apparent gun behind reporter outside Brooklyn courthouse

    BROOKLYN – As the Brooklyn manslaughter trial for rookie NYPD officer Peter Liang continued inside, a man was caught on camera pointing what looked like a pistol at a local news reporter. Police are looking for help finding the suspect, who walked up behind WNBC reporter Michael George and smirked while brandishing what appeared to be a small, silver gun. George was reporting live just after noon when the incident happened. The suspect, who is now wanted for menacing, is roughly 5 feet 7 […]

  • The girl's father and Autumn Johnson, who had just turned 1 year old before she was fatally shot. (Handout via KTLA)

    Killed in her crib: 1-year-old gunned down in apparent gang-related shooting, LASD says

    LOS ANGELES – In a shocking killing that may have been gang-related, authorities say at least one gunman fired shots into a California home, killing a 1-year-old infant who was in her crib. Autumn Johnson, who had just celebrated her first birthday, was fatally struck in the head around 7 p.m. along the 300 block of North Holly Avenue in Compton, according the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. A witness told the Los Angeles Times that she heard screaming and then saw a man she believed […]

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    Carly Fiorina suspends her bid for Republican presidential nomination

    NEW YORK – Former Hewlett-Packard C.E.O. Carly Fiorina has decided to end her 2016 presidential run she announced in a message she posted on social media Wednesday afternoon. “While I suspend my candidacy today, I will continue to travel this country and fight for those Americans who refuse to settle for the way things are and a status quo that no longer works for them,” Fiorina said. The 61-year-old announced her candidacy in April and, during several debates, had strong showings as […]

  • An 84-year-old newspaper vendor somehow became trapped for four days inside a wooden newsstand while seeking shelter from the elements, police said. (Credit: Eric Mollinedo/@erics5150)

    Vendor rescued after getting trapped for 4 days inside newsstand

    LOS ANGELES – A newspaper vendor in his 80s became trapped inside a wooden newsstand for four days during a California heat wave. The 84-year-old was seeking shelter from the weather when he somehow got locked inside the stand near Western Avenue and Pico Boulevard in Harvard Heights, according to LAPD Capt. David Storaker. Along with dealing the heat, which surpassed 90 degrees, the vendor had no access to food or water. The door closed on the small structure Thursday afternoon and […]


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