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Kala Rama is the co-anchor of the 5 a.m. edition of the PIX11 Morning News.

Kala joined PIX11 from WABC where she reported for the New York station on weekday mornings.

Prior to joining WABC, Kala worked as an anchor and reporter in Orlando at WKMG, where she was nominated for several Emmy awards, in Charlotte at WSOC and in Springfield, Mass. at WWLP where she received Associated Press award for Breaking News.

She got her start in television news as an assignment editor at WTNH-TV in New Haven, Conn.

A native of Fairfield County in Connecticut, Kala is a graduate of Fairfield University where she earned a degree in political science and communications.

Recent Articles
  • City Harvest brings fresh produce for free to New Yorkers in need

    NEW YORK — Families in need can get fresh produce for free at mobile markets bringing fruits and vegetables to communities around New York City. City Harvest provides over 3 million pounds of fresh produce to nearly 10,000 households each year. Their mobile markets focus particularly on serving low-income communities with free food and cooking demonstrations to learn how to make healthy meals. Click here for the locations where city harvest holds their mobile markets for families in need to […]

  • ‘That Physics Show’ brings science to off-Broadway

    NEW YORK — Trying to get your child into science, with little success? Maybe the theater can help. “That Physics Show” is in its second year off-Broadway. “That Physics Show” is offering $39 tickets to PIX11 viewers. Regular tickets are $59. They would just need to use the code STIX39 when ordering online at  

  • Kala Rama’s favorite ‘Food in my Hood’ spot

    All week, PIX11 Morning News anchors and reporters are sharing some of their favorite neighborhood food spots. Today, Kala Rama’s “Food in my Hood” spot includes a delicious bakery. LEVAIN BAKERY 167 West 74th St.

  • The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus is a family affair on the lower east side; check it out:

    The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus is a family affair on the lower east side of Manhattan. This back to basics production mixes aerial performance, contortion, juggling, clowning, comedy, live original music, and more in a show that will leave audiences both amazed and amused.

  • Overnight showers cause flooding across parts of tri-state

    NEW YORK — Heavy showers overnight caused minor flooding across parts of the tri-state area. More than an inch an hour fell Monday into early Tuesday morning in some areas. Spot showers are expected through noon, before a brief break, then a warm front moves through the area around 3 p.m. that brings the threat of thunderstorms with it. About three-quarters of an inch is expected in the city Tuesday — less than the one and a half inches initially forecast […]

  • East Harlem students, artist Manny Vega create Build Love mural celebrating diversity

    Students from the East Harlem Tutorial Program work alongside world-famous artist Manny Vega to paint a giant five-story mural celebrating diversity.  One of EHTP’s core values is courage, and this banner is an example of how they live their values across the whole community — parents, teachers and scholars. For more information, visit EHTP’s website.

  • Houses under construction collapse in Far Rockaway

    FAR ROCKAWAY, Queens — Homes under construction collapsed in Far Rockaway Tuesday as a powerful late-winter storm swept through the area, bringing with it snow, sleet and gusty winds. A pair of two-story homes on Beach 7th Street collapsed Tuesday morning. Crews at the scene told PIX11 News they suspect ice and snow weighed down the structures causing them to buckle. Witnesses said a strong gust of wind came through before the collapse. A neighbor said he “suddently felt the […]

  • Brooklyn spot focuses on stillness with specialized floating devices

    Escaping the hustle and bustle of the city during the holidays can seem impossible, but there’s a place in Brooklyn that specializes in stillness. Need more info?  Special: $99 First Time Clients: $79 Holiday Special: Buy 3 floats for 3 different friends, for $67 bucks each! The gift giver also gets a free float!

  • Beloved Harlem deer dies while waiting to be relocated, city officials say

    HARLEM, Manhattan —The one-antlered deer in Harlem died Friday while waiting to be relocated to safety, city officials said. “Sad news: while under the stress of captivity & while awaiting potential transport upstate by state DEC, the Harlem deer has died,” Eric Phillips, a spokesperson for the mayor’s office tweeted. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) later released a statement apparently blaming the city. “We offered yesterday to take possession of the deer and transport it to a […]

  • Program giving Brownsville students opportunity to ‘Dream Big’

    BARCLAYS CENTER – Thirty-seven percent of residents from Brownsville, Brooklyn live below the poverty line. One program, taking place this weekend, is giving students a chance to “Dream Big” about their future in spite of their circumstances.