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Narmeen Choudhury joined the PIX11 News team as a general assignment reporter in December 2011. She came to PIX11 from WTIC, Tribune Broadcasting’s Hartford, CT station where she was a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor since 2007.

While in Hartford, Choudhury covered several stories of national prominence including Stamford’s chimpanzee attack, the workplace shooting at Hartford Distributors and the murder of Yale University student Annie Le.

Choudhury also worked on-air in Syracuse, NY (News 10 Now/YNN.) She began her television career in Albany (Capital 9 News/YNN) where she worked at the assignment desk before being elevated to producer.

Born in Queens, Choudhury was raised in Duchess County, NY and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Boston University. Choudhury lives in Manhattan.


Recent Articles
  • Police investigate the death of Sanggye Lhakyi, 1, at her Queens home. (Anthony DiLorenzo/ PIX11)

    Autopsy reveals Queens toddler’s cause of death

    ELMHURST, Queens — An autopsy has revealed the cause of death of a 1-year-old girl who was killed in her Queens home Tuesday night. The child, Sanggye Lhakyi, died from ligature strangulation, according to the NYC Office of Chief Medical Examiner. Officers responded to the home on Elmhurst Avenue around 6 p.m. Tuesday where EMS pronounced the child dead. Authorities arrested the mother, Shangbo Xiangshengjie, 33, and charged her with the murder of Sanggye Lhakyi, 1. Police sources say Xiangshengjie was apparently distraught over the […]

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    Union sues city after administrative employees discover they are underpaid

    For 33 years, Lourdes Acevedo has worked hard for the city, starting as a traffic enforcement agent and moving her way up to an administrative manager position. Her salary has climbed since she started, but over recent years she’s discovered she’s grossly underpaid, especially when you compare her $60,000 a year salary to the $125,000 a year salary her white male counterpart is allegedly making. Sadly, it appears Acevedo is not alone. In fact more than 1,500 minority women who […]

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    Fentanyl overdose deaths in New York at record high: Health officials

    NEW YORK — In the last five years overdose deaths in NYC have continued to increase for the first time since the city started keeping records on this data. This year’s numbers, however, are more alarming than ever. Across the five boroughs, the city will likely see more than 1,000 overdose deaths by the end of 2016. “Each one of those deaths represents a loved one for somebody in this city and its tragic but it’s not surprising, ” said […]

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    ‘The Secret Life of Muslims’ aims to subvert stereotypes and reveal true stories from American Muslims

    NEW YORK – One-on-one interviews with Muslim Americans edited into two to four-minute long short films are the culmination of Joshua Seftel’s passion project called “The Secret Life of Muslims.” The web series is a partnership with VOX and USA Today and features some familiar faces. “We wanted to create these short little films that are really shareable, that people can pass around,” Seftel said. “Someone can see it and say I have a friend who needs to watch this. […]

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    2 men arraigned in NYC death of Connecticut man

    NEW YORK — Two men have been arraigned on charges in connection with the death of a Connecticut man who’d attended a party at a Manhattan luxury apartment building. James Rackover, of Manhattan, and Lawrence Dilione, of Jersey City, New Jersey, both pleaded not guilty Tuesday to concealment of a human body, hindering prosecution and tampering with evidence. Rackover owned the East Side apartment where authorities say 26-year-old Joseph Comunale (kahm-yoo-NAHL’-ee) was stabbed 15 times. Investigators have been working to […]

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    Brooklyn child with autism leaves school unnoticed, found on rooftop several blocks away

    BROOKLYN — Friday afternoon was a nightmare for Asmaa Awawda. Around 3 p.m. , when her 6-year-old son was supposed to be on his way home from school, she learned instead from her child’s bus driver he was missing. Ibrahim Safi has autism, is nonverbal and extremely hyperactive. So much so, he is to never be alone in school provide with one on one, full-time paraprofessional care during school hours at P.S. 77 in Brooklyn. “What time he left, when he […]

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    Muslim woman says she was denied service at Grand Central Terminal post office

    MIDTOWN, Manhattan — Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, a young Muslim woman, said she was stunned by what she experienced at a U.S. Post Office at Grand Central Terminal on Tuesday. “He cold ignores me and visibly lets all these other customers go ahead of me and he answers all of them normally,” explained Al-Khatahtbeh. Time after time Al-Khatahtbeh claims she was blatantly ignored by clerks when she tried to mail a small package. Each clerk, she claims, refused to help her with her […]

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    Lawmakers push for Citi Bike expansion to all boroughs

    The Citi Bike bike share program has had its ups and downs in New York City, but after a few hiccups some would argue most New Yorkers have come around on the topic. Now, however, you have some — like Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. asking — when is our neighborhood next? “Now is the time for Bronxites that we are thinking differently about ourselves, we deserve the very best,” Diaz said. “We deserve what the rest of the […]

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    How NYC is securing the Thanksgiving Day parade, holiday weekend

    Come Thanksgiving more than 3,000 NYPD officers will be on duty, 83 heavy-duty sand trucks will be an additional line of security, and the list of street closures is a lengthy one. The strain on New York City this year is unprecedented, largely in part due to the added complication of having to provide extensive security to President-Elect Donald Trump. The NYPD confirms all parade participants are vetted, as are the individuals working the event. New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio […]

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    Celebrities react to Trump’s claim that Pence was ‘harassed’ at ‘Hamilton’

    NEW YORK — From Kanye West to the cast of “Hamilton,” It seems everyone has something to say about politics and presidential election. But how much is too much and could being outspoken hit the wrong note with the public? Some say yes, but it depends on who they are appealing to. Love it or hate it, it doesn’t seem like celebrities will stop sharing their opinions on politics any time soon. Utilizing a very public platform, Brandon Victor Dixon, […]