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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
  • Massive tree falls in Central Park, hurting a woman and 3 children

    CENTRAL PARK WEST — A massive tree fell onto a pedestrian walkway in Central Park Tuesday, injuring multiple people, authorities said. The tree fell around 10 a.m. near Central Park West and Columbus Circle. A spokesman for the NYPD confirmed on Twitter that four people were hurt in the incident. A woman was listed in critical condition and three children were among those injured, an FDNY spokesperson told PIX11 News. One of those injured children suffered serious injuries. The NYPD mounted […]

  • Officials accused of storing subway fatality victims in MTA employee rooms

    NEW YORK — LaShawn Jones said she would never forget that day when a few years ago, she walked into an employee restroom where she worked as a station agent for the MTA and saw a dead body.  The person had committed suicide just a short time before her shift and while EMS personnel were in the bathroom as well, Jones explained there were no signs indicating the bathroom was occupied or out of order. “Very disturbing.  That was disgusting. […]

  • Intruder disrobes in front of showering woman, gets caught washing dishes: police

    HACKENSACK, N.J. — A man allegedly slipped inside a New Jersey home through an unlocked door, walked in on a woman showering then cleaned the family’s dishes before he was caught by police. Officers were called at about 8:20 a.m. to a home in First Street in Hackensack about a burglary in process, police said. Sheena Diaz  was in the shower when a stranger entered the bathroom and began to disrobe, police said. She told him she was going to […]

  • Family of girl, 12, who committed suicide to sue NJ school district: lawyer

    NEW JERSEY — The family of a 12-year-old girl who committed suicide is now suing their child’s school district for negligence. The parents of Mallory Grossman said their daughter was persistently bullied and harassed for months and the Rockaway Township School District in New Jersey did nothing “It’s not easy to share our story and tell everyone, but if we don’t then that just means we lost her all over again,” said Mallory Grossman, Dianne Grossman. The bullying  12-year-old Mallory suffered was apparently relentless, according to her […]

  • New York City’s hotel industry seems to try to scare people away from Airbnb with new ad

    The ad is in your face and frightening. It doesn’t mince words with its message: Airbnb brings people to your building who may not be safe. While it does not name Airbnb specifically, it does connect short-term rentals to terrorism at one point, noting that bomber Salman Abedi stayed in a short-term rental in Manchester. Unite Here, Local 6 AFL-CIO, the Hotel Association of New York City, Inc and their allies in the ShareBetter coalition released a new video highlighting […]

  • NYC launches $32 million plan to reduce rat population

    NEW YORK — New York City announced a $32 million, multi-agency plan on Wednesday to reduce its rat population. Mayor Bill de Blasio said the plan will target rats in the Grand Concourse area of the Bronx; Chinatown, the East Village and the Lower East Side in Manhattan; and the Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant areas of Brooklyn. “Simply exterminating rats wasn’t enough. It’s good. It’s been helpful. But as we really looked at the facts it’s basically like bailing out a leaky boat.  It would just come back we were […]

  • Current, former police commissioners honor slain officer

    BRONX — The current and former heads of the New York Police Department have joined members of the rank and file and neighborhood residents at a church for a wake honoring the life and memory of a police officer slain while on the job. The line outside World Changers Church in the Bronx extended several blocks Monday as people waited to pay their respects to Officer Miosotis Familia. She was shot and killed while sitting inside her police vehicle last […]

  • 5-year-old boy who was shot in Bronx on his birthday undergoes series of surgeries

    CLAREMONT, the Bronx —This week will mark 30 days since 5-year-old Jaheem Hunter was shot in the Bronx.  Police say as he was walking down the street with his father when Michael Quiles allegedly opened fire on June 5. The bullet hit Jaheem in his head and Aja Holmes, Jaheem’s sister and guardian, was there when it happened. “It was very traumatic to see him fall and drop and to think he wasn’t even alive,” she said. Jaheem is a fighter, thankfully alive, but continues to fight for his life.  As of today,  his little […]

  • Here’s how the Palisades Interstate Parkway Police keep our waterways safe

    NEW JERSEY — One hundred twenty hours of training got the members of the Palisades Interstate Parkway Police to where they are today. Their skills, four vessels and eyes are trained to police just a portion of the 315 mile long Hudson River for any and all threats. In May 2016, a vintage single engine plane from the Bethpage Air Show on Long Island crashed into the Hudson River just two miles south of the George Washington Bridge and the […]

  • NY attorney general sues anti-abortion groups for harassing patients outside Queens clinic

    QUEENS — New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a lawsuit against anti-abortion groups that harass patients at an abortion clinic, he announced Tuesday. The demonstrators have blocked patients from entering Choices Medical Center with illegal physical contact and “horrifying” harassment tactics, Schneiderman said. Video shows protestors outside the Jamaica health care facility. “The law guarantees women the right to control their own bodies and access the reproductive health care they need, without obstruction,” Schneiderman said. “We’ll do what it […]