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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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    Museum of Natural History evacuated after smoke condition

    NEW YORK (PIX11) - Firefighters evacuated the Museum of Natural History after a smoke condition inside the building  Friday. The condition is believed to have started on the first floor of the museum, which is located at 200 Central Park West. Employees and approximately 3,000 to 4,000 vistors were rushed out of the building. The FDNY brought the situation under control just after 3:30 p.m. The condition was started by construction workers working on an air-conditioning unit outside the building, according […]

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    Unstable Crown Heights building disrupts J train service

    CROWN HEIGHTS (PIX11) - Straphangers have been enduring a rough 24 hours — and the torture continues for J train riders after a fire left a building unstable, disrupting service along the elevated tracks. The fire broke out early Friday, tearing through a multistory residential building at 161 Hendrix Street adjacent to the tracks.  Seven people were injured, including two police officers and one firefighter, before the blaze was brought under control. Due to concerns about the structure’s stability and vibrations […]

  • NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 21:  A construction worker is seen working on top of St. Patrick's Cathedral from the top of Rockefeller Center on March 21, 2014 in New York City. After a cold, unusually snowy winter, spring is finally arriving in New York City.  (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

    St. Patrick’s Cathedral scaffolding is finally coming down

    NEW YORK (PIX11) - After nearly a decade the scaffolding covering the facade of Manhattan’s iconic St. Patrick’s Cathedral has come down .” “I just had some very good news, we’re so glad that the scaffolding in front of St. Patrick’s is finally down,” Monsignor Robert Richie told PIX11 Friday. The scaffolding is part of a $175 million restoration project to clean, retrofit and repair the stained glass windows, intricate stonework and altar niches. “I remember when it started to go […]

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    11-year-old girl steals $10K, takes cross-country cab ride

    BRYANT, Ark. (PIX11) - An 11-year-old Arkansas girl on a mission pilfered $10,000 from her grandmother and called a cab — to go to Florida. Like so many rash decisions that feel like destiny, young Alexis Waller figured it was the only way she could reunite with a boy she met while vacationing two years earlier.  They had been communicating ever since, she told KARK. So Waller gathered up the cash her grandmother kept in a sock drawer and quietly left their Bryant home […]

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    4 children safe, dad in custody after Amber Alert sparks dramatic CA highway standoff

    SANTEE, Calif. (PIX11) - An Amber Alert prompted a dramatic standoff atop a California highway overpass Thursday, ending in the arrest of the driver and rescue of his four boys. Authorities were searching for the Montebello man, identified as 39-year-old Daniel Diego Perez, after a woman’s body was found in the back of the family car, according to FOX 5 San Diego.  Perez’s wife is missing, police say, but authorities would not confirm that her body was the one found in the […]

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    NY toddler dies after ingesting liquid nicotine for e-cigarette

    FORT PLAIN, New York (PIX11) - An upstate toddler died Tuesday after police say he swallowed liquid nicotine meant for an electronic cigarette. Emergency workers responding to a 911 call found the one-year-old boy “unresponsive” in the Mohawk Valley home, according to the Times Union. Nicotine is extremely toxic, even in small doses, and must be diluted before it can be inhaled in electronic cigarettes.  The boy, who has not been identified, was pronounced dead at an area hospital. Police […]

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    Woman takes revenge on crooks stealing her Christmas packages

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (PIX11) - After a Grinch-like thief kept stealing one woman’s Christmas packages from her stoop, she decided to take revenge — by leaving him an especially disgusting present. Andrea Hutzler, 33, told Fox 5 in Washington, D.C.,  that she was fed up after her Christmas gifts, clothes and even 6-foot-long aluminum construction poles kept vanishing from the front step of her Washington, D.C. home. She installed surveillance cameras and called police after reviewing the video.  She watched the same man walk up to […]

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    East Village author and ‘Guiding Light’ actress dies in basement fire

    EAST VILLAGE (PIX11) - A novelist who appeared on “The Guiding Light” was found dead Wednesday after a fire tore through the basement unit of an East Village apartment. Firefighters found the body of Evelyn Dahab, 33, just after 3 a.m.  Dahab grew up on the south shore of Long Island before moving to Manhattan, where she spent eight years on the Upper East Side before moving downtown to her East First Street apartment. Dahab appeared several times on the […]

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    Clerk accused of exposing himself, forcing 5-year-old to touch him: cops

    GLEN COVE, New York (PIX11) - A Long Island grocery store clerk is under arrest after police say he exposed himself to two young girls and allegedly assaulted one of them. On November 24th around 7 p.m., police say, a woman was inside the Stop & Shop at 177 Forest Avenue in Glen Cove when her two young girls wandered to the next aisle. The store clerk, 43-year-old Edward Ramirez, stared directly into the eyes of the older girl, 7, and […]

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    Vanity Fair hints at Bill de Blasio sex tape on January cover

    NEW YORK (PIX11) - The January issue of Vanity Fair will feature a not-so-subtle suggestion of a possible sex tape featuring Mayor Bill de Blasio. The first issue of the new year shows Bradley Cooper playing pool, lining up a shot directly at the reader.  Overlaid on two red pool balls are headlines about James Patterson and Angela Merkel, but a third pool ball that cuts off on the lower left corner bears the headline “ill lasio ex ape!” A quick […]

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