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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
  • Brooklyn Borough President commits to shopping at black-owned coffee shops

    BROOKLYN — As national backlash grows against Starbucks after two two black men were arrested at a Philadelphia store, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is taking local action. “The Starbucks incident just made many people highlight the many great small black-owned coffee shops,” said Adams. Inspired by a BKLYNER article, Adams is launching a tour of black-owned coffee shops. One of his first stops on Friday: Bushwick Grind, owned by Kymme Williams-Davis and Raymond Davis. Williams-Davis says that she had written […]

  • Island-wide blackout hits Puerto Rico, which is suffering unstable power grid after hurricane

    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — An island-wide blackout hit Puerto Rico, which is suffering from an unstable power grid following devastating hurricanes that hit last fall. The island’s utility said power should be restored within 24 to 36 hours. The first priority will be to restore electricity to hospitals, then the Luis Munoz Marin Airport, then pumping systems then banks, AEE said. After that, they’ll focus on large industrial areas, stores and homes, in that order. AEE Informa: La prioridad […]

  • Starbucks is closing 8,000 stores on May 29; here’s why:

    NEW YORK — Starbucks, moving swiftly to confront a racially charged uproar over the arrest of two black men at one of its stores in Philadelphia, plans to close more than 8,000 U.S. stores for several hours next month to conduct racial-bias training for nearly 175,000 workers. The announcement Tuesday comes after the arrests sparked protests and calls for a boycott on social media. A video shows police talking with two black men seated at a table. After a few minutes, […]

  • Forest Hills moms create girls empowerment book ‘Rad Girl Revolution’

    FOREST HILLS, Queens — “What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s a question we ask kids in school. But studies show that gender stereotypes affect young girls as early as age 6. Forest Hills resident Jen Bruno was inspired to change that statistic during the 2016 election. “The buzz in our neighborhood was so inspiring because so many little girls were seeing the possibility of a female president,” said Bruno, a photographer and mother of a young son.  Bruno […]

  • ‘I lost most of my hearing:’ Huey Lewis and the News cancels all shows for 2018

    Huey Lewis and The News have canceled all their shows for the rest of 2018, as Huey Lewis gets treatment for severe hearing loss that has left him unable to hear music well enough to sing. Lewis said he is working on getting treatment for his condition, which he developed two and half months ago after a show in Dallas, Lewis posted on the group’s Facebook page. His doctors have agreed he can’t perform again until his condition improves. Here […]

  • 14 killed in bloody 36 hours as violence rocks tourist hot spot Cancun

    CANCUN, Mexico – Violence rocked Mexico’s most popular tourist town, leaving 14 dead and five more injured in a 36-hour span, Noticaribe reports. The deaths and injuries were the result of six separate incidents between the morning of April 4 and the evening of April 5. Nine people were killed on April 4 alone. In the past decade, the highest number of people killed in a single day in Cancun was five. The killings are thought to be linked to organized […]

  • Nordstrom opens first store in New York City

    NEW YORK — After 30 years of trying, Nordstrom has opened its first store in New York City. It’s also its first stand-alone men’s store in the U.S. Located on the corner of Broadway and  57th Street, Nordstrom’s flagship Manhattan store is 47,000 square feet spread out on three floors. It sells clothes, shoes and accessories from brands ranging from Vans to Valentino. At a time where people are choosing to shop online rather than in-store, Nordstrom is trying to create an […]

  • Fake pot likely tainted with rat poison kills 3, sickens 100

    Fake marijuana likely contaminated with rat poison has killed three people in Illinois and caused severe bleeding in more than 100 others, including a few in four other states. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has alerted doctors nationwide that patients with severe, unexplained bleeding may be additional cases. The CDC is helping Illinois authorities investigate the outbreak in that state, which began in early March. Illinois reported seven more cases on Tuesday, bringing the nationwide total to […]

  • Equal Pay Day 2018: What you need to know

    NEW YORK — Tuesday is Equal Pay Day. The date is organized annually by The National Committee on Pay Equity, and raises awareness about the wage gap between men and women. Each year, Equal Pay Day falls on a Tuesday in April, which signifies how long women must work into the next year to earn the same amount as men did in the year prior.  You may also notice people wearing red on Tuesday. The color signifies how far “in the […]

  • Alaska Airlines ranks first in Airline Quality Rating

    Planning a vacation? A new study has ranked the best airlines in the United States. The annual Airline Quality Rating found that overall airlines improved in 2017. It judges carriers in four main areas: on-time arrivals, involuntary denied boardings, mishandled baggage and customer complaints. So which airlines soared? Out of the top 12 airlines in the study, Alaska Airlines ranked No. 1 for a second year in the row. Delta Air Lines finished a close second, falling only .0005 points […]