Alexis Davis is a rising junior at Ithaca College majoring in journalism with a minor in Spanish. In addition to interning with PIX11’s digital team, she is an active participant in her college’s television and radio stations as well as co-editor-in-chief of an online and print publication named Embrace.


Recent Articles
  • Man stabbed during dispute at CVS Pharmacy in Queens

    WHITESTONE, Queens — Cops are searching for a man they say stabbed a 41-year-old in a Queens pharmacy when a dispute broke out, police said Wednesday. The attack happened Tuesday around 6:50 p.m. inside of a CVS Pharmacy on Francis Lewis Blvd and 20th Road, authorities said. According to the NYPD, the victim and the attacker were involved in a dispute when the attacker stabbed the victim in his left shoulder with an unknown object. The attacker fled the scene […]

  • Everything you need to know before this year’s last Manhattanhenge

    MANHATTAN, New York — Grab your cameras and get your Instagram captions ready because Manhattanhenge is back this week. Tourists and locals alike will be flocking the Manhattan streets this Friday and Saturday to try to get a glimpse of the solar phenomenon for the last time this year. Here’s what you need to know before you hit the streets What is it?  Manhattanhenge happens every year for two days in May and July. During Manhattanhenge, the sun aligns perfectly […]

  • Hector Figueroa, 32BJ SEIU president, dies at 57

    NEW YORK —32BJ SEIU President Héctor Figueroa died Thursday night, the union said in a press release Friday. “It is with overwhelming sadness and a heavy heart that 32BJ mourns the unexpected passing of union president Héctor Figueroa last night in New York,” the statement read. “In his many years of service to our union, to the labor movement, and to our communities, he consistently joined together a clear vision about the empowerment of working people with compassion and energy.” According […]

  • Customer stabbed by a deli employee in the Bronx: police

    CLAREMONT VILLAGE, the Bronx —  A man was stabbed at a Bronx deli when a dispute broke out with a store employee, police said. The attack happened around 1:30 a.m. on Wednesday inside the Webster Gourmet Deli along Webster Ave, the NYPD said. According to authorities, the victim, 36, and a deli employee were involved in a dispute when the store employee came from behind the counter and stabbed the victim in the left bicep and forearm. The employee fled […]

  • Pizza delivery man robbed at gunpoint in Brooklyn; two men sought: police

    SUNSET PARK, Brooklyn — Cops are searching for two men they say robbed a pizza delivery man at gunpoint in Brooklyn. The robbery took place around 9:45 p.m. on July 2 in front of 146 17th Street, police said Wednesday. According to authorities, the victim, 26, was approached by two unidentified men after he finished delivering a pizza. One man took out a black firearm and said, “give me the money,” while the second man allegedly took $60 and an […]

  • Woman involved in anti-Hispanic assault at Bronx subway station: police

    ALLERTON, the Bronx  — Police are searching for a woman they say assaulted another woman while making anti-Hispanic statements at a Bronx subway station on Tuesday. The assault happened around 4 a.m. at White Plains Road and Pelham Parkway, authorities said Wednesday. The 54-year-old victim was on a train at Pelham Parkway subway station when she became involved in a dispute with the unidentified attacker, police said. During the dispute, the attacker allegedly removed the victim’s contractor helmet and struck […]

  • Two men shot outside apartment building in the Bronx: police

    BELMONT, the Bronx — Two men are recovering in the hospital after being shot by an unknown man in the Bronx, police said Tuesday. The shooting happened around 11 p.m. Monday in front of an apartment building at 2323 Crotona Ave., authorities said. The shooter fled the scene on foot, police said. According to the NYPD, the two victims were taken to different area hospitals for treatment. Both victims’ injuries were non-life-threatening, authorities said. Police said the alleged shooter was […]

  • Pet safety during Fourth of July festivities

    The Fourth of July is a holiday filled with friends, family, fireworks and more. However, some of the festivities may frighten and even harm your pet. In order to help your furry friends have a fantastic Fourth, PIX11 has compiled some tips to keep them safe: Keeping cool: Your pet’s body can quickly heat up when in the summer sun for too long leading to burned paw pads and dehydration. If you plan to take them outside for the day, make […]

  • Brooklyn second-grade teacher charged with sexual assault of a minor

    SAYREVILLE, New Jersey — A 63-year-old Brooklyn second-grade teacher was arrested on charges of aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a minor, police said Monday. Gilbert Rimple, who is currently employed as a second-grade teacher at P.S. 92 in Brooklyn, was arrested in New Jersey on Sunday. A Sayreville Police Department investigation into Rimple began after police were notified that the teacher allegedly sexually assaulted a minor who was less than 13 years old at the time of […]

  • Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey’s largest lake, closed due to harmful algal blooms

    New Jersey — The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection issued a warning on Twitter Thursday, advising the public to stay away from Lake Hopatcong. From aerial surveillance, the department was able to detect that there was an extensive harmful algal bloom in the lake, which occurs when algae colonies grow out of control and produce harmful and toxic effects. The department has advised everyone to avoid contact with New Jersey’s largest lake, meaning no swimming, jet skiing, drinking the […]

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