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Summer Delaney is an on-air digital reporter and producer for PIX11 News. She previously worked for Yahoo News in New York City. There she reported on breaking, political and trending news and produced interviews for Katie Couric and Bianna Golodryga.

Summer has also worked for Bloomberg News, ABC News, Atlantic Media and WBOY-TV in Clarksburg, West Virginia.

A proud Maryland and D.C. native, Summer is a graduate from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.


Recent Articles
  • ‘Brady Bunch’ house goes on sale for first time since 1973

    LOS ANGELES – It’s a home so famous it has its own Yelp page, and now the television home of the beloved sitcom “The Brady Bunch” is for sale. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom residence that was used for exterior shots during the filming of the classic show, which ran from September 1969 to March 1974, still has a meticulously-maintained 1970s feel inside. From the MusiCall intercom system with its golden knobs, to the floral wallpaper and stone fireplace, it looks like […]

  • Steam pipe explosion: Asbestos found at blast site

    MANHATTAN — The site of a steam pipe explosion in Manhattan Thursday has tested positive for asbestos, causing concern about the impact on local buildings and people who may have come into contact with the substance, and prompting decontamination efforts which have been described as a “massive undertaking.” Anyone who was near the site the steam pipe explosion that blew out a large hole in the street along Fifth Avenue between West 21st and West 22nd streets and covered blocks […]

  • Build-A-Bear starts ‘pay your age’ deal on birthdays

    Remember those unbearable lines last week during the Build-A-Bear “pay your age” promotion? The company has now announced a new deal tied to birthdays. The campaign is called “Count Your Candles.” Similar to the “pay your age” concept, children can visit Build-A-Bear stores during their birthday month and pay the age they are turning. Kids can’t choose any furry friend. Rather, they can only get the Birthday Treat Bear, which regularly costs $14. In order to cash in on the […]

  • Build-A-Bear abandons ‘Pay Your Age Day’ due to overwhelming crowds

    NEW YORK — Customers hoping to “pay your age” to buy a Build-A-Bear Thursday are out of luck as lines have been closed across the U.S. and Canada due to crowds clamoring for the deal, the company said. “Per local authorities, we cannot accept additional Guests at our U.S. Build-A-Bear Workshop locations due to crowd and safety concerns,” the company said shortly after 11 a.m. “We have closed lines in our U.S. stores. We understand some of our Guests are […]

  • Casper opens nap store, The Dreamery, in Soho

    SOHO, Manhattan — The city that never sleeps can now take a nap. That’s thanks to mattress startup Casper. “When we started Casper four years ago, we wanted to create a place where we could create both products and amazing experiences to help people sleep better,” said Neil Parikh, Casper co-founder and COO. On Wednesday, Casper opened The Dreamery, a place that lets New Yorkers, rest and recharge.  Guests arrive through a starlit tunnel. After check-in, they are invited to […]

  • Subway surfer’s dangerous train ride caught on video

    BROOKLYN — A subway surfer’s daring ride on a C train in Brooklyn has gone viral. “Living in New York for 17 years, I’ve seen a bunch of wild things, but this is one of the most wild things I’ve ever seen,” Matthew Beary, who posted the video on Instagram, told PIX11 News. Beary said he saw the daredevil at about 8:30 a.m. on June 6 at the Clinton-Washington Avenues stop. When the man missed the train, he grabbed on to the […]

  • New luxury bus service brings NY city dwellers to the Catskills

    NEW YORK — Gabriel Brodbar bought his house in the Catskills over ten years ago. But if his family and friends didn’t have a car, it was hard to host visitors. “The only way to get there if you don’t have a car is by bus, and it’s by a not so nice bus from Port Authority,” said Brodbar. Brodbar, the Executive Director of NYU’s Social Entrepreneurship Program, decided to solve the problem. He founded a new luxury bus company called […]

  • Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks: Where to get the best views

    NEW YORK — The 42nd annual Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks Show promises to light up the sky above the East River and there are specific places where you’ll want to be to get the best view of the show. With more than 75,000 shells and effects and 25 different colors, Macy’s says they’ve designed another stunning display to celebrate the Fourth of July in patriotic style. The 25-minute firework show will launch from seven barges on East River between East […]

  • Lower Manhattan celebrates July 4 with parade, cannon salute

    LOWER MANHATTAN — When you think of the birthplace of our nation, you probably don’t think about Lower Manhattan. “Some people think of Boston, Philadelphia, Virginia, but really we are equal if not more important than them,” said James Kaplan, President of the Lower Manhattan Historical Society. Wednesday morning in the neighborhood started off with a bang in Battery Park. The Veteran Corps of Artillery, State of New York fired a cannon salute to all 50 states. “We were founded […]

  • Where to catch fireworks right in your backyard: Brooklyn, New Jersey and Staten Island

    The Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular won’t be the only Independence Day celebration. A variety of displays will be set off across Brooklyn, Staten Island and New Jersey. Whether you want to see the bright lights on the beach, take your family to a parade or catch a cool concert, there’s plenty to offer on this holiday. Fourth of July fireworks across the tri-state area:  50Star Fireworks Show –  This fifth annual celebration in Jersey City will include a […]