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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 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 […]

  • Queens students use radio club to communicate with loved ones in Puerto Rico

    QUEENS — In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, New Yorkers are looking for any way they can help Puerto Ricans and while some are doing it with material support, a group of students out of Queens are helping through communication. A radio program launched out of The Garden School in Jackson Heights just two years ago began as an extracurricular activity, but is now a passion project for more than 20 students involved. They’re taking the skills they’ve learned to […]

  • Is ‘Westoria’ Queens’ newest neighborhood?

    ASTORIA, Queens — The concept of rebranding neighborhoods is nothing new, but typically it is done by real estate developers and agents to re-introduce certain parts of the city. In this case, it’s New Yorkers who want a slice of Astoria to get some new attention, so how does “Westoria” sound to you? “It all started from an Instagram hashtag mistake.  I was promoting West Astoria, Astoria and by accident I typed Westoria,” explained Natassa Contini, owner of Chateau Le […]

  • Ahmad Khan Rahimi, the alleged Chelsea bomber, tossed from trial on first day

    NEW YORK — The trial is now underway for Ahmad Khan Rahimi, the alleged Chelsea bomber. Just as prosecutors were to begin opening arguments, jurors prematurely heard from  Rahimi when he stood up before Judge Richard Berman, insisting on addressing him in the court room.   Despite numerous warnings from the judge not to speak out of turn, Rahimi persisted and had to be led out of the courtroom. It was a brief outburst but occurred in front of jurors and this […]

  • City council tightens regulations to protect NY construction workers

    NEW YORK — The New York City Council approved legislation Wednesday seeking to make sweeping changes across the construction industry in, particularly when it comes to safety training on sites. “I remember him telling me that the work site where he was working was precarious.  The space that he had was very limited and very small and he couldn’t move much,” recalled Olivia Soto, the partner of Juan Choncillo who was one of two construction workers killed in New York City […]

  • Patients of Westchester doctor exposed to hepatitis: officials

    In his YouTube videos, Dr. Timothy Morley claims to have the key to alternative medicine and specializes in so called healthy aging. But instead of offering his patients cures, the New York State  Department of Health believes egregious practices at the Westchester County offices could instead be making people sick. Four patients tested positive for the exact same strain of Hepatitis C and their only commonality is a visit to Dr. Morley’s office in which they received an intravenous infusion, […]

  • Monserrate, former senator and ex-convict, runs for office in Queens

    QUEENS — It is Francisco Moya versus Hiram Monserrate in the city’s 21st district race for City Council: One is a NYS Assemblyman and the other a former councilman and state senator who was charged and convicted of assault and corruption charges while in office. “Everyone is entitled to their own opinion and ultimately the voters will decide, but the fact of the matter is none of us are perfect.  I have definitely made mistakes.  I’ve since apologized for them. I’ve said sorry multiple times. I’ve […]

  • Puerto Rican New Yorkers collect donations in preparation for Hurricane Irma aftermath

    Anxiety and nerves. That’s how Dennis Flores is describing how his family in Puerto Rico is feeling right now. “We’re anticipating the worst. We’re hearing all the worst news of how this is the biggest storm to ever hit the island,” said Flores as he tried to reach his uncle in Puerto Rico. For now, Puerto Rican New Yorkers say they’re doing the only thing they can at the moment and collected donations for the aftermath of Category 5 Hurricane […]

  • Bronx family worries over impending Trump DACA decision

    MOTT HAVEN, the Bronx — La Morada — an authentic Mexican restaurant in the Bronx — has been a part of this community in the Bronx since 2009.  It has earned honors and recognition from the city and beyond, but what you may not know is the struggle beyond the kitchen: a family, who by appearances is living the American dream, but is of mixed immigration status from Mexico and has spent years living in limbo. “I always saw immigration agents […]