Steven is a rising senior at Montclair State University, majoring in Television and Digital Media from Clifton, New Jersey. Prior to interning with PIX11’s digital team, he was an executive producer of MSU’s weekly news show and was floor producer on their two-hour Focus Immigration special.


Recent Articles
  • Florida is keeping an eye on nursing homes’ generators after Hurricane Irma fatalities

    Florida has launched a website to monitor generators in nursing homes and long-term care facilities as Hurricane Dorian gets closer. The state demanded safety improvements after 12 people died when Hurricane Irma knocked out power at a nursing home in 2017. After the deaths, then-Gov. Rick Scott set new emergency requirements that mandate nursing homes and assisted-living facilities have a generator and adequate fuel to maintain a comfortable temperature for at least 96 hours after a power outage. The facilities must have an […]

  • Man chased, slashed during dispute at Bronx subway station: police

    HUNTS POINT, the Bronx — A man was chased and slashed during a dispute over a bicycle at a Bronx subway station earlier this month, police said. The 36-year-old victim became involved in verbal dispute with another man at the Hunts Point No. 6 subway station on Aug. 17, police said. The dispute had been over a bicycle, cops said. The man pulled out a sharp object, slashing the victim on the upper back and right hand, according to police. […]

  • Man uses brick to smash 10 advertising screens in Manhattan subway station: police

    MIDTOWN, Manhattan — Police are searching for a man that allegedly vandalized multiple advertising screens inside of a Manhattan subway station causing around $30,000 in damages. Police say a man allegedly pulled a brick from his backpack before using it to smash 10 advertising screens in the 42nd Street and Eighth Avenue subway station around 3:50 a.m. on Tuesday. The man then fled an in unknown direction, according to authorities. Submit tips to police by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS […]

  • Hoboken light rail trains up and running post Sandy

    Woman fatally struck by NJ Transit train in Weehawken: police

    WEEHAWKEN, N.J. — A woman was hit and killed by a New Jersey Transit light rail train late Monday night, NJ Transit police said. The woman was struck around 11 p.m. by a train headed toward Hoboken, on the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail line, near Port Authority Blvd., according to authorities. The woman was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. None of the 70 passengers aboard the train were injured, but the fatal incident did impact service Monday night, officials […]

  • Man wanted for taking photos up woman’s dress at Queens subway station: police

    SUNNYSIDE, Queens — Police are searching for a man that allegedly took photos up a woman’s dress as she was walking up the stairs at Queens subway station Monday morning, authorities said. The woman, 52, was walking up the stairs of the 46th Street – Bliss Street station along the No. 7 train around 5 a.m. when she noticed a man she didn’t know using his cellphone to take photos up her dress, police said. Authorities said the man fled […]

  • Man, 50, critically injured in Queens hit-and-run: police

    JAMAICA, Queens — A 50-year-old man is in critical condition after he was hit by a vehicle that fled in Queens, authorities said. Police responded to reports of a man being struck by a vehicle near Liberty Avenue and 160th Street around 8:10 p.m Wednesday. When authorities arrived, they discovered the victim suffering from cardiac arrest, according to FDNY. The vehicle fled the scene. He was taken to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in critical condition, police said.  Submit tips to […]

  • Man arrested after shooting brother in the neck during argument on Long Island: police

    CENTRAL ISLIP, L.I. —  A Long Island man is facing assault charges after he shot his half-brother during an argument Tuesday night, then leaving the man wounded in the driveway, police said. Around 11 p.m. police responded to a 911 call for a man shot at a home on Irving Street in Central Islip, according to authorities. Suffolk County Police said officers found Daniel Davis, 31, in his half-brother’s driveway with a gunshot wound to his neck. Davis was transported […]

  • Man arrested after 53-year-old woman robbed in Brooklyn subway station: police

    DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN — Police have arrested a man they say robbed a woman in a Brooklyn subway station earlier in August. Keith Clark, a 59-year-old man from Brooklyn, was arrested Tuesday and is facing charges including robbery and criminal possession of stolen property, police said. It was around 8:45 p.m. when the 53-year-old woman was passing through the turnstile at the Nevins Street subway station on Flatbush Avenue in Downtown Brooklyn on August 5th. An unidentified man approached her from […]

  • Girls throw a chair, bricks, rocks at bus in the Bronx after being told to get off: police

    CLAREMONT VILLAGE, the Bronx — Two girls who allegedly vandalized an MTA bus after being kicked off in the Bronx are being sought, police said Friday. The two unidentified girls were involved in a dispute with other passengers while riding the BX11 MTA bus around 6:15 p.m. on June 25 near College Avenue and East 170th Street when the bus driver intervened and asked all parties involved to exit the bus, according to police. After exiting the bus, the girls […]

  • 82-year-old man pushed to the ground, robbed inside apartment building: police

    EAST VILLAGE, Manhattan — Police are searching for a man who allegedly attacked an 82-year-old man inside of an apartment building in Manhattan Tuesday afternoon. The 82-year-old victim was approached from behind by a man while inside a residential building near East 11th Street and Second Avenue around 4:40 p.m., according to police. The man then allegedly pushed the victim to the ground before taking his wallet, containing $50 and four credit cards. The victim sustained minor injury and was […]

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