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  • Teen banned from graduation because of her shirt

    NORTH CAROLINA — A high school senior was banned from graduation – because of her shirt. Summer, from North Carolina, wore an olive green shirt to school last week. You can see it shows the tips of her shoulders and her collarbones. She was reprimanded for not following the dress code and covered up with her friend’s jacket. But the principal said Summer would still have to change. The principal reportedly asked the student go into a room to change. And […]

  • Sheriff delivers fawn after mother deer is hit by car

    This special delivery was bittersweet. A baby deer came into the world a little earlier than expected – and all alone. A Wisconsin sheriff found the fawn on a highway. She was lying next to her mother, who did not survive the crash. Police say the deer delivered the fawn during the impact. These types of crashes are common during the fall mating season. But there has been uptick recently during the months of May and June, when fawns are […]

  • Movie Theater

    These are the summer movies to watch out for:

    Summer movies to watch for: MAY – Baywatch (5/25) – Drone (5/26) – Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Neb Tell No Tales (5/26) JUNE – Churchill (6/2) – Wonder Woman (6/2) – The Exception (6/2) – Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (6/2) – 11:55 (6/9) – It Comes at Night (6/9) – The Hero (6/9) – The Mummy (6/9) – Megan Leavey (6/9) – My Cousin Rachel (6/9) – Camera Obscura (6/9) – Awakening the Zodiac (6/9) – Beatriz […]

  • Stylish bikinis look you can rock this summer

    SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. ––  Stylist Samantha Brown showed off some bikinis you can rock this summer. Novel Swim Bikini $164 Rouge Princeton Embellished One Piece Swim One piece $152 and Rash guard $114 Gap Swim Shorts $24.97 More: IG: @samanthabrownstyle T: @sambrownstyle

  • Memorial Day weekend sparks water safety concerns

    Wayne, N.J. ––  As many of the areas local beaches and pools get ready to open for the unofficial start of the summer, concerns of water safety arise. “Drowning is the leading cause of death for children between the ages of 5 to 14. Every day three children will die in a drowning incident,” says Laura Tiedge, Executive Director of the Wayne YMCA. To help make children more comfortable around water, the YMCA continues its water safety initiative. To enroll in a Safety Around Water or swim lesson around you:

  • Best apps to help with financial planning

    A few apps you can download for free on your smartphone designed to get rid of some of the stresses of financial management. It’s time to say goodbye to trying to keep track of who you owe money to with Venmo that will be a thing of the past. this app allows you to seamlessly transfer money from your bank account to someone else’s, as long as they have the app as well. By connecting you bank account or credit […]

  • Tamara Tunie talks about her new political play ‘Building the Wall’

    Tony Award-winning actress Tamara Tunie has had many memorable roles throughout her acting career, including “Law and Order: SVU” and “Blue Bloods,” but she’s returning to her theater roots in “Building The Wall,” a 90-minute dystopian drama about Trump’s America. “Building The Wall” is showing at New World Stages now through July 9th. For ticket information visit:  

  • Byron Miranda joins WPIX as meteorologist of PIX11 Morning News

    PIX11, Tribune Broadcasting’s New York flagship television station, is pleased to announce meteorologist Byron Miranda will be joining PIX11 Morning News in June where he will deliver weather weekdays. Miranda, an award-winning journalist, joins PIX11 from WMAQ in Chicago where he was the weekday meteorologist for the NBC station. “Byron’s has a unique ability to connect with any community he serves. He communicates the weather with precision and that will be a huge help to viewers as they wake up […]

  • ‘The Flash’ star Keiynan Lonsdale talks finale and how he runs so fast

    He plays “Wally West” and “Kid Flash” on the hit superhero series “The Flash,” but he wasn’t giving up much about the season finale.  Keiynan Lonsdale did talk about the show being renewed for another season and filming to start in July.  The star is all prepared to show off his running skills when the series returns as he described the stunts he’s done for the role already. Of course music is also still a big priority, the actor revealed […]

  • Heavy black smoke seen billowing from Forest Hills as firefighters battle blaze

    FOREST HILLS, Queens — Heavy black smoke could be seen billowing from a building in Forest Hills, Queens Wednesday afternoon as firefighters battled a blaze. The fire appears to be coming from the roof of 107-2 70th Ave., a one-story commercial building. No injuries have been reported. This is a developing story; check back for updates and get the PIX11 News app to stay informed all day.