Corey is a digital content producer at PIX11 News. He previously spent five years with iHeartMedia, most recently as a morning radio host in Virginia Beach, VA. He’s a native of Syracuse, NY and a graduate of Syracuse University.


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  • Bernie Sanders, Cardi B bond at Detroit nail bar in new teaser video

    DETROIT — Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders may consider himself a democratic socialist, but this week, he’s making money moves. In a teaser video posted on Sanders’ Twitter account Wednesday, the senator is seen spending time at a Detroit nail bar with rapper Cardi B. The full video, set to drop Thursday, will show the presidential candidate and pop culture icon discussing key issues for America, including education, jobs, wages and police brutality. Cardi B knows this is the most important […]

  • Two ambulances involved in Bronx crash, one overturned; four EMTs injured

    MOTT HAVEN, the Bronx — Surveillance video shows the moment of impact, when two ambulances crashed into each other in the Bronx. The crash happened at around 4:08 p.m. at 348 Brook Ave in the Bronx at the corner of East 142nd Street. The FDNY says both ambulances were responding to a violent patient call in the area when they collided; no patients were inside. But four EMS workers who were inside were hurt. Video from Citizen App shows one […]

  • Newark Mayor: city-provided water filters meant to reduce lead in water may not be working as expected

    NEWARK — Pregnant woman, infants and children under six are being urged to avoid unfiltered tap water in parts of Newark, as the city continues to experience tap water with high levels of lead, officials said Saturday. City officials began distributing free, lead-safe water filters for free to residents back in October, but recently discovered two cases where water filters weren’t working as expected. The New Jersey Department of Health recommends that bottled water be used for infants who are […]

  • FDNY: Personal data of more than 10,000 EMS patients may be compromised

    NEW YORK — FDNY officials say more than 10,000 EMS patients had their personal information compromised when an external hard drive went missing. The department says it notified the more than 10,000 patients this week by mail. Each of them had been treated or transported by FDNY EMS between 2011 and 2018. The department blames one employee who failed to follow security policies and now faces disciplinary action. Officials say they have no indication the information was used by unauthorized […]

  • Bowls used by Chipotle, Sweetgreen made using cancer-causing chemicals: study

    NEW YORK — The bowls used to hold popular foods from places like Chipotle and Sweetgreen have been linked to cancer-causing chemicals, according to a new study from The New Food Economy. The study says the fiber bowls are treated with PFAS, or “forever “chemicals, that help the bowls hold hot, wet or greasy foods. The chemicals, though, can lead to cancer. The EPA says the compounds don’t break down in the body and can accumulate over time. Plus, the […]

  • Cars engulfed as junkyard catches fire in Queens

    JAMAICA, Queens — Multiple cars are engulfed in flames in a junkyard fire in Queens. FDNY officials say they’ve called in a foam unit to help put out the fire as smoke billows from  the area.  

  • Midday with Muller: Remembering Toni Morrison, latest on Amber Alert for child in stolen car

    After yesterday’s Amber Alert for a 1-year-old boy inside of a stolen SUV, PIX11 has an exclusive interview with the boy’s grandfather. Plus, we remember Pulitzer and Nobel prize winning novelist Toni Morrison. Shirley Chan is in for John Muller.

  • Police release new details about gang-related Brownsville shooting

    BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn — Police are revealing new information about the July 27 shooting in Brownsville that killed one man and injured 11 other people. Authorities said Tuesday they believe two groups were involved, possibly rival gangs shooting at each other. One of the people shot is believed to be associated with these two groups, police said. It was earlier confirmed that the man killed in the shooting was believed to be a member of the Bloods gang. The Saturday night […]

  • Mother whose daughter died, son badly burned in intentionally set Queens fire dies

    EAST ELMHURST, Queens — Elizabeth Rodriguez, the mother of an 11-month-old baby clinging to his life after a Queens house fire, has died. Rodriguez, 35, is the fourth person to die as a result of the July 10 fire; her daughter, Emma Dominguez, 6, and Claudio Rodriguez, 76, died in the fire. A 23-year-old man, alleged to have started the fire intentionally, also died. Liam Dominguez, Rodriguez’s 11-month old son, was badly injured. About 95 percent of his body was covered […]

  • Woman dies after falling off tube being pulled by boat in Southampton: police

    SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. — A woman died Saturday afternoon in Southampton after falling off of tube being pulled by a boat, according to police. Southampton Police say they received the call at about 1:30 p.m. They say a 65-year-old woman and a 13-year-old girl fell off the tube. The girl was pulled back on the boat, but the woman was unable to get back on. Police say she may have suffered a medical condition and became unconscious. Marine units were able […]

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