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  • NYPD heroes who helped woman deliver baby inside Brooklyn subway discuss the special moment

    NEW YORK –– A subway stop in Brooklyn turned into a delivery room on Wednesday night. A woman went into labor at the Hoyt-Schermerhorn Streets stop in downtown Brooklyn. Luckily, four quick-thinking cops were there to assist. Officers Ana Martinez, Stephen Geniale, Soner Ozuk and Sergeant Kevin Haniff joined the PIX11 Morning News Friday morning to talk about their special delivery.

  • Dr. Jack Gruber talks gum healing intervention

    New York periodontist Dr. Jack Gruber discusses his invention, the PeriClean Ultra-Soft Toothbrush, a specialized brush for gum recession.  

  • NY celebrity chef Roble Ali cooks up some recipes for PIX11 viewers

    New York’s Very Own, Chef Roble Ali, has cooked for some serious A-Listers, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson, Johnny Depp and the Obama’s. This morning he’s cooking for us! http://www.robleandco.com/ http://streetsbk.com/ Instagram: @ChefRoble Twitter: @ChefRoble Everyday People Event: La Marina Saturday 7/29 3pm-10pm For tickets: https://everydayarena.splashthat.com/ Recipes: Summer Tomato Salad with Ricotta Cheese and Tomato-Olive Oil Vinaigrette Serves 4 Ingredients: 2 lbs assorted fresh tomatoes, washed, cores removed in larger tomatoes and cut into random pieces 1 cup ricotta cheese […]

  • Several beaches closed in NJ due to high bacteria levels; advisories issued for dozens more

    NEW JERSEY –– A warning if you’re planning to hit the beach in New Jersey on Wednesday. The New Jersey department of environment protection closed three beaches at the Jersey Shore due to high bacteria levels. And there are advisories in effect for 31 other beaches. Officials blame the problem on heavy rain and beaches that have poor runoff systems. The beach closings will remain in effect until testings indicate bacterial levels are below standard. Advisories typically don’t lead to […]

  • El Museo Del Barrio hosts pop-up party to celebrate ’90s hip-hop

    Imagine going to the museum to dance the night away! Tonight, you will be able to do just that. El Museo Del Barrio is hosting a block party called “Uptown Bounce: Hecho en El Barrio” that is free and open to the public. The pop-up installation is honoring a Harlem couple who dressed almost all of the hip-hop artists in the ’90s. The event put on by the El Museo del Barrio and the Museum of the City of New York […]

  • Broadway actors, dancers show off summer swim styles

    Looking good poolside or at the beach is as easy as a snap with the help of style guru and author George Brescia.  The celebrity stylist showcases swimwear trends, seen on Broadway actors and dancers, and how to cash in on sales going on right now: Model Group 1: Jessica & Borris Thread and Supply Denim shirt – available at Purdy Gurl Echo printed bikini – available at Bloomingdales.com and in store Pink platform slides – available at lulus.com Banzai […]

  • Tichina Arnold dishes on ‘Daytime Divas,’ upcoming singing gigs

    Her new show is called “Daytime Divas” but that doesn’t stop her from being a diva in the morning too. Tichina Arnold stopped by the PIX11 Morning News to talk about her new show on VH1, which premiered on June 5th. “Daytime Divas” gives viewers a behind the scenes and inside look at what it takes to work on fictional a daytime talk show called ‘The Lunch Hour’ (think “The View”). Tichina plays off-color comedian Mo Evans (think Joy Behar) […]

  • Meet the new PIX11 Morning News team

    Dan Mannarino  co-anchors the PIX11 Morning News from 6-9am each weekday alongside Betty Nguyen. Mannarino, a five-time Emmy Award-winning anchor and reporter for the PIX11 News, joined the station in 2011 and has covered some of the region’s biggest stories, including Hurricane Sandy, the East Harlem explosion and the Philadelphia train derailment. Mannarino also traveled to Rome twice for PIX11, once for the elevation of Timothy Dolan to Cardinal and again when Pope Francis was named. He was live when […]

  • Here’s how you can donate to NYPD officers with special needs children

    The first annual Cars for Kids Autism Awareness Charity Car Show was held in the Bronx Sunday. All of the events proceed went to help police officers who have special needs children as well as create awareness for autism and other disabilities. Donations can also be sent online to NYPD C.A.R.E.S. at pdnycares.wixsite.com/mysite. They can also be made through PIX11.com. The C.A.R.E.S. organization is a support group for all NYPD officers – both current and retired – who have special needs children. […]

  • Death of 76-year-old Newark woman being investigated as homicide

    NEWARK, N.J. — Authorities are investigating the death of a 76-year-old woman in Newark as a homicide. Adela Padilla was discovered dead around 7 a.m. Saturday inside her home on Summer Avenue. The cause of death is pending autopsy by the medical examiner. Her death is being investigated as a homicide. No arrests have been made and an investigation is ongoing. Clarification: The Essex County Prosecutor’s Office initially misspelled Aleda Padilla’s name. The story has been updated with the correct […]