Julie Grauert joins PIX11 from WNYW where she was a reporter. Prior to moving to New York, Grauert was an anchor for six years in Portland, Oregon at KPTV and KPDX. Before that, she worked as an anchor in Rapid City, South Dakota at KNBN.

She began her career in television with internships at FOX News Channel in and the NBC News Investigative Reporting Unit in DC.

Grauert played Division I volleyball at Georgetown University. She summited Mt. Rainier & Mt. Kilimanjaro and has run marathons in Portland and Paris, while remaining an active student of Bikram Yoga.

She lives in Manhattan.

Recent Articles
  • Truck accident on BQE causes massive delays

    NEW YORK (PIX11) —  A tractor trailer overturned under the Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday morning, crushing a car into the divider and causing a traffic nightmare on the BQE and Gowanus Expressway. The accident happened on the BQ.E at Atlantic Ave. at about 4:45 a.m. All eastbound lanes are closed. One westbound lane is closed. The Gowanus Expressway is closed eastbound and traffic is being directed off at 38th Street. This is causing major delays through Brooklyn, Staten Island, and even […]

  • Bikram Yoga Studio raises money for Lower East Side Girls Club

    NEW YORK (PIX11) — There’s a special Bikram Yoga class at a Lower East Side studio that’s raising big bucks for the Lower East Side Girls Club. All proceeds from the Nite Sweats class, held the first Friday of every month, go to the club. Tricia Donegan, the owner of Bikram Lower East Side, says they’ve raised more than $85,000 since starting Nite Sweats in 2009. The Girls Club aims to provide girls from ages 8 to 18 a better life […]

  • Why Michael Douglas lied about throat cancer

    Actor Michael Douglas is now saying that he lied about having throat cancer. The New York Post reports that Douglas came clean about his real diagnosis – tongue cancer – during  an an interview with a British TV station. It was 2010 and Douglas was about to begin promoting his movie “Wall Street- Money Never Sleeps” when he received the diagnosis. His doctor told him to say it’s throat cancer instead of tongue cancer, because if he needed surgery, he […]

  • Report: Rihanna moving to NYC

    Rihanna is ditching her posh Pacific Palisades digs and may being moving to the Big Apple, according to new reports. The pop star is reportedly checking out a $39,000 a MONTH loft in Soho. The loft is said to feature a wrap-around terrace and  a 150 square-feet closet, among other luxury amenities. Rihanna fell in love with the city during Fashion Week, according to rumors, and has decided to move to the East Coast full-time when her world tour is […]

  • Man fatally struck by train in Montclair, prompts service disruption

  • Nanny agency providing service with a childish twist

  • Zady.com creates a new look at fashion for conscious consumers

    There is nothing worst when a supplier doesn’t know their supply chain. Many consumers often don’t know where their products are coming from and Zady is bringing awareness. Zady.com is the brainchild of two friends from high school who reconnected after careers in social media and non-profit work. Their goal was to create a site for people who love to look stylish and feel good about the clothes they are wearing. The website is a destination for people who care about […]

  • Insane Clown Posse Theater on the Dunkin Donuts Studio on the Run

    Insane Clown Posse Theater on the Dunkin Donuts Studio on the Run

    Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope talk about their new Fuse series “Insane Clown Posse Theater.”

  • Celebrate Labor Day with easy-to-make Caribbean cocktails

    Julie spoke with Dave Rodney, marketing specialist, to find out about the Haitian Rhum: Barbancourt. He gave two simple Labor Day cocktails using the newest flavor: Pango. Pango Libre: 2 oz, 1 oz cola, and pango Pango Breeze: 2 oz pango, 1 oz pineapple juice, lemon garnish More information can be found on http://barbancourtrhum.com/ A great side dish is the rum raisin cheesecake from A Touch of Elegance Catering : http://atouchofelegancecaterers.com/

  • Millions expected for the 46th annual West Indian American Day Carnival Parade

    CROWN HEIGHTS (PIX11) — Five days of celebrating Caribbean pride and culture culminate Monday with the 46th annual West Indian Parade, which will bring millions to party on the streets of Brooklyn. The festivities started with the parade at 11 a.m. and go until 6 p.m. Revelers will enjoy  Caribbean food, music and dancing with colorful costumes. The parade will travel down Eastern Parkway from Utica Avenue to Flatbush Avenue. Mayoral candidates are going to be in attendance and will […]

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