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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
  • Bronx Sweetheart Luncheon honors couples married for over 50 years

    For Vinnie Berretta, it was love at first sight when he met Josie. “I just got out of the Army when I met her,” he recalled. The Bronx couple will be married for 70 years this April. Each Valentine’s Day, he buys his wife a bouquet of roses. “Every time I buy them, she says ‘what, this again?'” The pair were one of over 40 couples who spent their Valentine’s Day at the Bronx Sweetheart Luncheon. Now in its 11th […]

  • Gas station clerk saves kidnapped woman by reading her lips

    A Jacksonville gas station clerk helped save a kidnapped woman after reading her lips while she was trapped in a car. The incident happened early Sunday morning. According to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, the Kangaroo Express employee saw a woman sitting in a car mouthing the word “help.” The clerk immediately called 911 to alert police and describe the vehicle. Authorities later found the car and arrested the suspect. The female victim told police that she was walking between two […]

  • St. Louis man celebrates marriage ending by buying divorce cake

    You’re used to eating wedding cakes, but how about a divorce cake? Well one St. Louis couple celebrated the end of their marriage in an untraditional way. Joshua Dickey decided to commemorate his divorce by buying a cake online. He and his ex-wife Kayla were married for almost three years when they decided to call it quits. “I wanted to get a cake, so I started looking up some stuff and found one online,” Dickey told PIX11 News. “My mom said she […]

  • Fish fillets stuffed with deadly drug fentanyl seized from vehicle in the Bronx

    THE BRONX — NYPD detectives say they knew there was something fishy about Johnny De Los Santos-Martinez, so they followed him in the Bronx and ultimately discovered up to $10 million worth of the deadly drug fentanyl in his possession. Santos-Martinez, 35, was tailed last Thursday to Leland Avenue and Archer Street in the Parkchester section of the Bronx. That’s where they observed him in a 2017 white Acura MDX and noticed two boxes in the back seat. A search warrant revealed […]

  • Happy National Pizza Day! Here are three of the best NYC pizzerias to grab a slice

    EAST VILLAGE, Manhattan — Friday, Feb. 9 is National Pizza Day, and what better place to celebrate than right here in the pizza capital of the world, New York City. PIX11 News followed around one of New York’s cheesiest tour guides, Scott Wiener of Scott’s Pizza Tours, to find the best local spots to grab a slice in the East Village. Motorino Pizzeria 349 E 12th St, New York, NY 10003 “Motorino is a wood-fired, neo-Neapolitan pizzeria, but then sort […]

  • San Francisco to open nation’s first heroin injection sites

    The San Francisco Department of Public Health has unanimously endorsed a task force’s recommendation to open what could become the nation’s first legal safe injection sites aimed at curbing the opioid epidemic. The facilities provide a safe space where people can consume previously obtained drugs, such as heroin and fentanyl, under the supervision of staff trained to respond in the event of an overdose or other medical emergency. They also provide counseling and referrals to other social and health services. […]

  • Powerball winner refuses to ID herself, sues for anonymity

    MERRIMACK, N.H. – The winner of a Powerball jackpot in New Hampshire hasn’t collected her $560 million yet. Instead she’s suing to stay anonymous. In a lawsuit filed under the name Jane Doe in New Hampshire Superior Court, she claims that she shouldn’t have to out herself as the winner “because such disclosure would constitute a significant invasion of her privacy.” The lawsuit said that previous winners have been “victims of violence, threats, harassment, scams and constant unwanted solicitation.” But […]

  • NJ district closes schools Monday ‘due to an outbreak of the flu’

    BRANCHBURG, N.J. — All Branchburg schools were closed Monday because of a flu outbreak. Branchburg Township School District announced the closure on its website. “All Branchburg schools” were closed Monday “due to an outbreak of the flu among essential personnel,” the site stated. There was no mention of future closures. Branchburg Central Middle School, Stony Brook School and Whiton Elementary School are all under the district. Influenza activity is widespread in 48 states and Puerto Rico, with 53 pediatric flu-related […]

  • Food stamps for pets? 100,000+ sign online petition seeking it

    An online petition asking for government food benefits to be extended to pets is creating quite a bit of buzz. It asks the federal government to allow people receiving food stamps, now called SNAP benefits, to be able to buy food for the pets “You know they were part of the family before hard times and they are on hard times, they are part of the family,” said Jason Booth of Swartz Creek. Family: That’s how Booth views his dog […]

  • Groundhog Day: Punxsutawney Phil predicts 6 more weeks of winter

    PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. — Pennsylvania’s most famous groundhog stayed true to his usual prediction — we will have six more weeks of winter. Punxsutawney Phil’s handlers announced the rodent saw its shadow at sunrise Friday. In a twist, Staten Island’s own prognosticator, Chuck, did not see its shadow — predicting an early spring. Legend has it, if the more famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, casts a shadow on Groundhog Day, Feb. 2, expect six more weeks of winter-like weather. If not, expect […]