Aliza Chasan is a digital producer at PIX11 News. She’s an award-winning journalist with a background in crime and local politics coverage.

Aliza has been published in The New York Daily News, Inside Edition, DNAinfo, Daily Voice, City Limits, Voices of New York, The Bensonhurst Bean, Sheepshead Bites, Park Slope Stoop and The Jewish Link of New Jersey.

She earned a master’s degree in journalism from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in 2015.


Recent Articles
  • Two children, their mom struck, injured in West Orange collision: police

    WEST ORANGE, NJ — Two children and their mother were both hurt in a Thursday afternoon collision, a spokesperson for the West Orange Police Department said. The children are aged 2 and 5, police said. An age has not yet been released for their mother. They were hit at Eagle Rock Avenue and Conforti Avenue, officials said. The driver of the vehicle had a diabetic emergency and was also rushed to a hospital, police said. Officials have not yet released […]

  • Person stabbed repeatedly in the torso in Queens McDonald’s

    JAMAICA, Queens — A person was rushed to a local hospital after a stabbing Thursday night in a Queens McDonald’s, officials said. The victim, who has not yet been identified, was stabbed several times in the torso around 7:45 p.m. in the Sutphin Avenue eatery, an NYPD spokesperson said. The victim is in serious condition but is not expected to die. No arrests have been made. Police do not yet know the motive for the attack. A description of the […]

  • Midtown Manhattan manhole explosion injures 2 people

    MIDTOWN MANHATTAN — Two people were injured in a Midtown Manhattan manhole explosion on Thursday afternoon, an FDNY spokesperson said. A call came in for a smoking manhole near West 47th Street and 6th Avenue came in just before 3:40 p.m., officials said. It later exploded. One victim was seriously hurt, but the injuries are not believed to be life threatening, an FDNY spokesperson said. The other victim suffered minor injuries. “Due to @FDNYactivity, expect traffic delays, road closures and […]

  • Man follows 14-year-old girl in Manhattan, the Bronx

    NEW YORK —A man followed a 14-year-old girl two mornings in a row in both Manhattan and the Bronx, NYPD officials said. He approached the teen near the Bowling Green subway station the morning of Sept. 25, police said. The man talked to the teen and followed her to Trinity Place. He gave the teen $20 and made advances toward her. The next morning, he followed the same teen onto a southbound No. 4 train at the Burnside Avenue subway […]

  • Spate of Paterson street shootings leaves several dead, woman wounded

    PATERSON, N.J.  — A spate of street shootings in a northern New Jersey city has left three people dead and a woman hospitalized. Authorities from the Passaic County Prosecutors Office say “there is no evidence thus far to suggest that these incidents are connected.  The investigations so far indicate they are separate incidents.” The first occurred around 10:20 p.m. Friday when a delivery service driver, 43-year-old Petra Rhoden, was shot in the chest. A wounded Rhoden tried to drive away […]

  • Woman wakes up to man groping her in Brooklyn apartment

    SUNSET PARK, Brooklyn — A 25-year-old woman was asleep in the bedroom of her Sunset Park apartment Sunday when a man walked in and touched her, police said. The man fled the apartment, which is near Sixth Ave and 40th Street, after the woman woke up, officials said. She was not injured. Her door had been unlocked. “It’s scary for everyone out here, I pray that he gets caught,” said one local resident. “I don’t know how she feels, I […]

  • Rikers Island physical therapist indicted for allegedly sexually abusing inmate

    RIKERS ISLAND — A 57-year-old physical therapist at Rikers Island allegedly sexually abused a jail inmate, the Bronx District Attorney’s Office said Monday. Carlos Negron “took advantage of his patient,” District Attorney Darcel Clark said. The inmate was at sessions for back therapy. “The assault left the victim in a distraught condition, but thankfully he reported the act,” Clark said. “We will not tolerate abuse in Rikers Island by anyone, or against anyone.” Negron was arraigned Monday on charges of […]

  • Suspect in homeless men’s deaths caught on camera beating victims with long metal object: court docs

    CHINATOWN, Manhattan — A 24-year-old homeless man accused of murder is shown on camera beating homeless men to death, according to the criminal complaint released after his Sunday arraignment. Randy Santos was arraigned on four counts of murder in the second degree, one count of murder in the first degree and a count of attempted murder in the second degree. The final charge is connected to the beating of a homeless man who was critically injured in the Saturday attack. […]

  • Man attacks Bronx bodega worker with metal pipe

    MOTT HAVEN, the Bronx — A Bronx bodega worker suffered a broken arm and laceration to the head during an attack, police said Sunday. The 37-year-old employee argued with a man on Sept. 24 in the Third Avenue store near East 142nd Street, officials said. The man left, then came back with the metal pipe. The pipe-wielding man swung at the worker, then fled the bodega, police said. The NYPD has asked for help identifying the man with the pipe. […]

  • Body pulled from water off of Brooklyn

    MARINE PARK, Brooklyn — A body was pulled from the water off of Glass Bottle Beach on Sunday, police said. Police responded to a 911 call for a person floating in the water around 5:10 p.m., according to the NYPD. The male’s body was taken to Gateway Marina where he was pronounced deceased at the scene by Emergency Medical Services. The medical examiner will determine the cause of death. Police have not yet released the victim’s name.

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