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Summer Delaney is an on-air digital reporter and producer for PIX11 News. She previously worked for Yahoo News in New York City. There she reported on breaking, political and trending news and produced interviews for Katie Couric and Bianna Golodryga.

Summer has also worked for Bloomberg News, ABC News, Atlantic Media and WBOY-TV in Clarksburg, West Virginia.

A proud Maryland and D.C. native, Summer is a graduate from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

Recent Articles
  • How to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

    NEW YORK — This month marks the 91st year that the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will march through Manhattan, unofficially ringing in the holiday season. Below is your guide to seeing the parade — whether you brave the crowds to get a real-life view or watch from the comfort of your own home: What: 2.5 miles of public viewing, featuring dozens of floats and balloons plus performances by Leslie Odom Jr., Smokey Robinson, Goo Goo Dolls, Wyclef Jean, Dustin Lynch, […]

  • Rapper, fashion star Lil Peep dies at 21

      Rapper Lil Peep has died at age 21. A representative for the performer confirmed reports of his death Thursday. Lil Peep, whose real name was Gustav Ahr, didn’t take the stage during his scheduled concert in Tucson, Arizona, on Wednesday night. In a statement, First Access Entertainment CEO Sarah Stennett says she is “shocked and heartbroken.” Stennett says she spoke with Ahr’s mother, who asked her to convey “that she is very, very proud of him and everything he […]

  • Shootings in multiple locations in Northern California, including elementary school, kill at least 5

    RANCHO TEHAMA RESERVE, Calif.  — Authorities say at least five people are dead, including the gunman, and multiple children are injured after a series of shootings at multiple locations, including an elementary school, in rural Northern California. Law enforcers have killed the shooter, according to local authorities. One of the crime scenes is Rancho Tehama Elementary School in Rancho Tehama Reserve, about 120 miles northwest of Sacramento. The violence began about 8 a.m. Tuesday, starting at a home and culminating […]

  • NYC drivers frustrated with ‘unfair’ parking ticket payment method

    NYC gives back $26 million over parking ticket error

    NEW YORK — New York City officials have dismissed or refunded half a million parking tickets because of an error. According to a spokeswoman for the New York City Department of Finance, drivers who were ticketed for failing to display their meter receipt or an expired receipt had been issued the wrong ticket. The department says error came after the violation code was changed from “4-08h10” to “4-08h1.” Officials have dismissed or refunded drivers who were ticketed with the wrong […]

  • On this day: Sesame Street debuts on Nov. 10, 1969

    Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? On Nov. 10, 1969, the iconic show premiered for the first time, teaching millions of kids their ABC’s and revolutionizing children’s television programming around the world. The idea for the show is rumored to have started at a New York City dinner party hosted by co-creator Joan Ganz Cooney. A guest had mentioned his daughter was glued to their TV, and Cooney decided to study if it was possible to […]

  • Nicki Minaj’s brother convicted in Long Island child rape case

    MINEOLA, N.Y. — The brother of rapper Nicki Minaj was convicted Thursday of predatory sexual assault after being charged with repeatedly raping an 11-year-old girl at his Long Island home. Jurors delivered their verdict on the second day of deliberations in Jelani Maraj’s trial. The charges carry the potential for 25 years to life in prison when he is sentenced Dec. 14. Maraj, 38, was led away in handcuffs after bail was revoked following his conviction. Maraj did not appear […]

  • You’ll soon be able to eat breakfast at Tiffany’s first-ever cafe

    MANHATTAN — Starting Friday, you’ll be able to actually have breakfast at Tiffany. The luxury jeweler is opening its first-ever restaurant, The Blue Box Café, at its flagship Fifth Avenue store in New York City on Friday. The cafe is located on Tiffany’s newly-renovated fourth floor, which was unveiled to the public on Wednesday. “Both the café and redesign of the Home & Accessories floor reflect a modern luxury experience,” said Reed Krakoff, Tiffany’s chief artistic officer, in a statement. […]

  • Florida Woman allegedly swaps barcodes, pays only $3.70 for $1,800 worth of electronics

    A Florida woman is accused of paying only $3.70 for nearly $2,000 worth of electronics after she allegedly swapped barcodes at a local Walmart. According to a Walmart loss prevention officer, Cheyenne Amber West and another women entered the store and began taking video game controllers, a computer and other items from the electronics department. They then allegedly went to the clearance section, where they took out the devices from their boxes and containers and placed clearance price tags on […]

  • Pennsylvania man allegedly strangles woman to death after she rejects marriage proposal

    A Pennsylvania man has been arrested and charged with murder after his marriage proposal was rejected. In late October, Christopher R. Tucker, 34, allegedly invited Tara Serino, 19, to come over to his house. He  proposed, but Serino turned him down and told him she was sleeping with other people. According to The Morning Call, after the rejection Tucker allegedly strangled her, snapped her neck and beat her with a hatchet. He then wrapped Serino’s body in a rug, leaving […]

  • Will the Department of Defense EMP drill shut down power grid? No.

    A video that falsely claims that a Department of Defense (DoD) communications drill will cause the national power grid to go out for several days in early November is causing panic on social media. The video warns that the Department of Defense will be using an electromagnetic pulse to shutdown the power grid November 4-6 – and that everyone needs to prepare now. While a training exercise is happening during that time period, the outcome has been exaggerated by false […]