Click here for a holiday treat, every day from PIX11
  • Follow me on:

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
  • Armed robber steals hundreds of thousands of dollars in watches in Upper East Side smash and grab

    UPPER EAST SIDE, Manhattan — A luxury watch retailer was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday, jolting the tony Manhattan neighborhood. Police say around 11 a.m., three employees and two customers inside A. Lange and Sohne near East 67th Street were ordered to the floor by a man holding a gun to them. The suspect — a man a little over six feet tall — then ordered one employee to open the jewelry showcases. Detectives said the employee may have hesitated at […]

  • Legal aid attorneys demand ICE agents stop targeting immigrants at court

    BROOKLYN — There is little debate over the legal black hold left behind when it comes to undocumented individuals apprehended and taken into Immigrations and Customs Enforcement custody; however, a group of attorney’s Tuesday said they believe many are being robbed of due process at the Brooklyn Criminal Courthouse. Brooklyn Defender Services and Legal Aid Society joined forces in a spontaneous walk out and rally. They have reached a breaking point over ICE’s actions at that courthouse. Jane Sampeur, with the Legal […]

  • Brooklyn park filled with rats, area residents say

    CARROLL GARDENS, Brooklyn —  Most are not a fan of what they call a growing problem here in Carroll Park in Brooklyn: rats. “They don’t really go to the play area, so it does not bother me that much, but it’s not really a good feeling knowing that they are there,” Helga Tauferova, a Carroll Gardens resident who uses the park regularly, said. While PIX11 cameras didn’t spot any, parkgoers assure us they are here. “I wish it wasn’t like […]

  • Queens middle school student fears for her life after bullying turns violent

    SPRINGFIELD GARDENS, Queens — A Queens girl has been the victim of persistent bullying since she was in the third grade, but it turned violent at a school dance this November. The 13-year-old girl was at the I.S. 59 fall dance in the school’s gym on Nov. 10 when she was attacked. She’s still in a brace because of her injuries. “I feel them pull my hair and I fall off the bleachers,”Mureen Doherty said. “I land face first on the […]

  • New York City woman helps get diapers for mothers in need

    NEW YORK — Audrey Symes says she’s an ordinary Manhattan mom, but in June of 2016, she started doing something pretty extraordinary: with her stroller and toddler daughter in tow, she began picking up new and un-used diapers from moms all over the city. “I realized what a lynchpin diapers are for families in need. If you don’t have the diaper, you can’t drop your kid off at day care,” Symes said. After learning last year about a deficit in […]

  • Hate crime investigation: Man sought for vandalizing Brooklyn mosque, police say

    SUNSET PARK, Brooklyn — A man is being sought for vandalizing a Brooklyn mosque over the weekend with a hammer, the NYPD said Monday. The man used a hammer to destroy a camera and “numerous” windows at the Beit El-Maqdis Islamic Center on Sixth Avenue in Sunset Park around 5:20 p.m. Saturday, police said. He didn’t stop there either. With the very same hammer he used on this double paned glass, the man broke a door handle and destroyed a surveillance […]

  • Parents of toddler who died after eating grilled cheese sandwich speak out

    HARLEM, Manhattan — The parents of a 3-year-old boy who died after he was allegedly given a grilled cheese sandwich, to which he was severely allergic, at a Manhattan daycare said they have received an outpouring of support during this incredibly painful time and vowed to ensure their child did not die in vain. Through their attorney, Elijah Silvera’s parents released this statement on Friday: “My wife Dina and I spend hours reading your messages. They are a lifeline during […]

  • Manhattan art exhibit featuring live mice in floor angers some animal rights activists

    LOWER EAST SIDE, Manhattan — It may not be for everyone, but Joseph Grazi says it is art. Grazi is the man behind an exhibit at the Castle Fitzjohns Gallery in the Lower East Side, titled “Prehysteria,” a look at what he calls irrational phobias. Walking in, a visitor would be greeted by a living floor, if you will.  It is a black and white checkered floor covered with a 1/2 inch of plexiglass and inside each black square, a mouse. […]

  • Police searching for man who raped sleeping woman in Bushwick

    BUSHWICK, Brooklyn — Police are still searching for a man who raped a sleeping woman inside her Bushwick apartment Saturday morning. The 24-year-old victim was asleep in her bed around 10:35 a.m. when a man entered her apartment through the front door and sexually assaulted her, an NYPD spokesperson said. She woke up during the attack and was able to push the man away. PIX11 spoke to the victim’s grandmother, who said she came face-to-face with the suspect. The man fled […]

  • Bronx activist, 74, dies in Puerto Rico after Maria

    In what became her final words to her family back in the United States, 74-year-old Lorraine Montenegro smiled and reassured her family that eight days after Hurricane Maria struck the island of Puerto Rico, she was OK. That comfort of seeing their mother faded away as word arrived to her family in the Bronx that Montenegro had been hospitalized. She’d suffered from respiratory distress and dehydration.  Just four days after her family received a video message over Facebook, Montenegro passed away. “It’s disbelief.  It’s devastating.  It’s a feeling of helplessness because you want […]