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Kala Rama is the co-anchor of the PIX11 Morning News starting at 4:30 a.m.

Kala joined PIX11 from WABC where she reported for the New York station on weekday mornings.

Prior to joining WABC, Kala worked as an anchor and reporter in Orlando at WKMG, where she was nominated for several Emmy awards, in Charlotte at WSOC and in Springfield, Mass. at WWLP where she received Associated Press award for Breaking News.

She got her start in television news as an assignment editor at WTNH-TV in New Haven, Conn.

A native of Fairfield County in Connecticut, Kala is a graduate of Fairfield University where she earned a degree in political science and communications.


Recent Articles
  • Here’s what new moms and dads need for their newborn babies

    The first year of having a child can be the roughest on parents, but there is new technology that can not only save parents same time, but also be life saving for a newborn. Kala Rama did the research on the hottest products on the market for moms and dads that also have a doctor’s stamp of approval: Happiest Baby Products Piccolininy Products Baby Brezza Evenflo  

  • ‘100 Deadliest Days’ for driving are Memorial Day to Labor Day as teen drivers hit the road, AAA warns

    NEW YORK — An average of 10 people were killed every day between Memorial Day and Labor Day in crashes involving a teen drivers last year, the AAA warned Wednesday. We are in the midst of the so-called “100 Deadliest Days” of the year for driving. The non-profit auto group analyzed government data, and released its findings in an effort to highlight the importance of safe driving habits — especially during the summer months — as well as prepare and educate […]

  • Pregnant woman stabbed multiple times in the Bronx, unborn baby dies: police

    GRAND CONCOURSE, the Bronx — A pregnant woman was stabbed multiple times, leaving her critically injured and her unborn child dead, police said Tuesday. Police were called to the woman’s apartment about 12:30 a.m. on Walton Avenue near East 165th Street. Liv Abreu, 30, who was stabbed in the torso area, was transported to the hospital in critical condition where her unborn baby died, police said. Her boyfriend, and father of the unborn baby, Oscar Alvarez, later turned himself in […]

  • Brooklyn students stage ‘walk-in’ in response to deadly Texas school shooting

    PARK SLOPE, Brooklyn — As the nation reels from the latest mass school shooting in which 10 people were killed, dozens of students at a Brooklyn school staged a walk-in Monday to honor victims and demand stricter gun laws. Students from William Alexander Middle School 51, a Brooklyn middle school, rallied in response to the Santa Fe School shooting, in which a student is accused of opening fire, killing two teachers and eight of his fellow students Friday morning. The […]

  • Royal Etiquette: How to dress and act at the royal wedding

    NEW YORK — Before her walk down the aisle, actress Meghan Markle had to go through royal etiquette bootcamp. PIX11’s Kala Rama and Marissa Torres went through a formal training process where they found their perfect fascinators at Ellen Christine Couture in the West Village. They also learned about proper etiquette during tea time at the Plaza Hotel’s Palm Court with Myka Meier from napkin use to holding tea and of course, how to sit like a duchess.

  • Suspect in ‘violent, random’ attack on Queens mom pleads not guilty

    KEW GARDENS, Queens — The man accused of attacking and sexually assaulting a mother, leaving her severely injured and unable to speak nearly two weeks later, pleaded not guilty in court Thursday. Ronald Williams, 21, was arrested Tuesday in South Carolina, police said. He was extradited and arraigned in New York. He is accused of attacking and sexually assaulting a 52-year-old mother after she’d dropped her son off at school in Queens on Monday, April 30, according to police. Police said […]

  • The benefits of livestreaming your workout

    NEW YORK, N.Y. — Rachel Piskin, co-founder of Chaise Fitness, explains the benefits of livestreaming fitness classes.

  • Manhattan turf war: ‘Billionaires Row’ vs. homeless shelter

    NEW YORK — Some of the world’s wealthiest people have apartments in the half-dozen new skyscrapers built along a stretch of Manhattan’s 57th Street known as “Billionaires Row,” and soon they may have an unwanted new neighbor: a homeless shelter. The city has approved a plan to house 140 single men in what was once the budget Park Savoy Hotel on West 58th Street, a modest building right next door to the back entrance of One57, one of the sleek […]

  • NYC restaurants propose surcharges for customers

    NEW YORK — With the increase in minimum wage and expenses such as food and rent, restaurants in New York City are asking city officials to allow a surcharge on all diners to cover expenses. The surcharge, which would range between 3 to 5 percent of the total bill, would help save restaurants and keep them in business. By the end of the year, the minimum wage is expected to increase to $15 an hour, and that with the cost […]

  • Central Park will be permanently car-free starting in June

    CENTRAL PARK — A ban on cars in Central Park is coming, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday. The mayor tweeted out that Central Park will be car-free starting in June “because parks are for people, not cars.” Central Park goes car free in June. 24/7, 365 days a year — because parks are for people, not cars. pic.twitter.com/kvRUgIudx1 — Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) April 20, 2018 Mayor de Blasio designated Prospect Park’s loop drive as permanently car-free this past January. “Our […]