Danielle Sarasky is a production assistant at PIX11. She is a recent graduate from Mercy College, where she studied television and radio production with a minor is journalism. She previously was a producer, director, camera operator and editor for her college TV studio and hosted and edited her very own podcast “Sport Court.” She was also a staff writer for her college newspaper “The Impact.”

Recent Articles
  • Serial robber in Queens potentially tied to 11 cases: NYPD

    OZONE PARK, Queens — A man is being sought by the police after being linked to 11 burglaries in Queens, officials said Wednesday. The 11 burglaries took place over a two-month period, police said. Police said the burglary reports include: Sunday, July 22, between of 1 and 7 a.m., someone entered a home near 84th Street and 133rd Avenue through an open window and allegedly took $8,000. Thursday, Aug. 2, approximately 3:45 a.m., someone entered a home near 83rd Street and 133rd Avenue through […]

  • The Archdiocese of New York paid 278 sexual abuse victims in two years

    NEW YORK — In the past two years, the Archdiocese of New York has paid close to $60 million to 278 victims of sexual abuse, the archdiocese confirmed Thursday. In 2016 the Archdiocese of New York established a compensation program “to bring a sense of healing, resolution and compensation to victim-survivors.” Victims have three months after receiving an offer from administrators to take action and respond. Currently, the church’s Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program has paid $59,950,000 to 278 victims, […]

  • Halloween dog parade at Tompkins Square Park cancelled

    EAST VILLAGE, Manhattan — The beloved Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade has been cancelled this year after organizers say they don’t have the funds. The event has seen costumed pups parade through the park for the past 28 years, raising more than $200,000 for the green space. But this year, the organizers said they have not been able to secure a sponsor, forcing them to cancel. The organization posted a statement on Facebook Wednesday. “Although the parade has grown over […]

  • Women slash man, beat him with purse on Manhattan subway platform

    INWOOD, Manhattan — Two women are being sought Thursday for slashing a man with a boxcutter and beating him with a purse, according to police. The victim, 24, sustained two lacerations to his lower back and right arm during the attack Wednesday around 12:10 p.m. and was hospitalized and released, police said.  The man was on a northbound A train when he mistakenly stepped on a woman’s foot, police said. Another woman began yelling at the man, and when the […]

  • Tire-slasher strikes again in NJ town, cutting 130 wheels: police

    MANVILLE BOROUGH, N.J. – A tire-slasher has struck again in a New Jersey town, this time knifing about 130 more wheels in what has become a months-long mystery to solve. The destruction was concentrated in the northwest section of Manville, along North Third Avenue and North 13th Avenue, police said. The first mass-slashing occurred between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. on June 11, according to Chief of County Detectives John W. Fodor and Manville Borough Chief of Police Mark Peltack. […]

  • Truck carrying beer, kegs overturns in New Jersey: report

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. — A tractor-trailer carrying cases of beer and kegs overturned Wednesday, causing road closures in the Rutherford area, according to reports. The Route 3 east ramp to Route 17 north has been closed because of a rolled over tractor-trailer, the Rutherford Police Department stated online at 11:24 a.m. Drivers should expect delays and detours for the next several hours, according to police. The overturned tractor-trailer was carrying cases of beer and kegs, northjersey.com reports.  When police arrived on the scene, […]

  • City’s new speed cameras have already ticketed 900 drivers

    Petition demands speed cameras in school zones be turned back on

    LOWER EAST SIDE, Manhattan — Just over two weeks before school starts again, parents, students, teachers, advocates and city leaders came together here to highlight a way to demand that speed cameras be turned back on in school zones. A petition for parents from New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer and the transit advocacy group Transportation Alternatives calls for the cameras to be reinstated. The petition’s rollout on Tuesday is one of a variety of recent actions taken by community groups […]

  • Jets celebrate 50th anniversary of Super Bowl III win

    East Rutherford, NJ – The Jets are gearing up to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Super Bowl III. This morning the franchise unveiled their Jets Uncorked: Championship Reserve wine, to commemorate the occasion. The team has many other new partnerships throughout the season, including the WWE and Marvel Comics. For more information: click here. The home opener is scheduled for September 16th at 1 pm, where there will be a Jets flag giveaway.

  • Brutal heat continues in tri-state as area prepares for more storms

    NEW YORK — Suppressing heat continues to bear down on the tri-state area, and a threat of thunderstorms looms for a second day in a row Wednesday. New York City is forecast to experience a high of about 89 degrees, but with the combination of heat and humidity it will feel close to 97 degrees. If temperatures climb to at least 90 degrees, the area will have experienced another day of a heat wave that began Sunday. Heat waves officially […]

  • Sweltering temperatures felt across tri-state as area faces heat wave

    NEW YORK — Extremely hot temperatures are still being felt across the tri-state area for the third day in a row on Tuesday and likely won’t be letting up until late Wednesday. The high temperature is forecast to be 91 in New York City, and low 90s in the suburbs, but the mix of heat and humidity will make it feel between like its 95 to 100 degrees. Once temperatures reach 90 degrees, the area will have officially experienced a […]

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