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  • Brooklyn rallies to support family of 13-year-old shooting victim

    NEW YORK (PIX11) — Lawmakers and community members rallied in Brooklyn in support of a 13-year-old bystander who was shot in the head in Brooklyn. Bullets pierced Gama Droiville’s eye and ear on Monday in Flatbush. The gunman, who also shot a 24-year-old man and his believed target in the leg, is still at large. Bishop Eric Garnes, the President of the East Flatbush chapter of the National Action Network, visited PIX11 News Wednesday to reflect on a rally his organization held the day before, and […]

  • Carlos Mencia shares how weightloss affected his comedy

    (PIX11) — Funny man Carlos Mencia is performing this weekend. For all the laughs, check out his show dates below. Gotham Comedy Club 208 W 23rd St Friday September 12 at 8pm, 10:30pm Saturday September 13 at 7pm, 9:30pm, 11:45pm

  • Idris Elba: “No Good Deed” is the ‘perfect Friday night popcorn movie’

    (PIX11) — Idris Elba talks about his new psychological thriller, No Good Deed. The movie is currently in theaters, nationwide.

  • Celebrities behaving badly

    (PIX11) — From Shia LaBeouf in court, Katy Perry/Taylor Swift feud, Chris Brown’s entourage brawl, we discuss the latest celebs who have been misbehaving lately.

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    Phony report calls for ‘record-breaking snowfall’

    (PIX11) — A fake report is causing some confusion online by claiming winter will start this month and last through June of 2015. It was posted on the satirical website Empire News, the same website that sparked a Betty White death rumor  with an article joking about her dying her hair. PIX11 News meteorologist Rachel Frank clarifies the rumor about “record-breaking snowfall” blanketing the U.S.

  • NYPD commissioner on 9/11 fears: ‘New Yorkers should feel very safe’

    (PIX11) — NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton and Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence of the NYPD John Miller share their thoughts on fears, safety, and other topics of concern regarding terrorism Thursday, the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks. Bratton reassured New Yorkers that they “should feel very safe” and “there should not be a fear. There should be awareness.” “We have some incredibly, dedicated, highly-trained, motivated individuals in our intelligence counter-terrorism units,” he said of NYPD and its ranks. Miller echoed […]

  • Feast of San Gennaro kicks off in Little Italy

    (PIX11) — Little Italy’s Feast of San Gennaro kicks off Thursday, The 88th annual festival will last for 11 days in lower Manhattan on the streets of historic Little Italy. Little Italy remains the historic heart of New York’s Italian community, even as it has transformed over the years. The event’s organizers are expecting more than a million visitors before the end of the celebration on Sept. 21. The feast will have free entertainment as well as plenty of food, a cannoli-eating […]

  • Etching messages on the 9/11 memorial — mourning or vandalism?

    Talking to students: Teaching future generations about 9/11

    (PIX11) — What does 9/11 mean to students who were too young to remember when it first happened? Lisa Mateo stops by the High School of Sports Management school in Brooklyn to talk to students to find out where they go to get information about 9/11.

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    Eagle Scout’s project to design 9/11 monument on display in NJ

    (PIX11) — As the nation and world stops to remember the lives lost 13 years ago in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, joining them are generations who did not experience the attacks as they happened but who are learning of their significance through the media, or anyone who has a connection with that fateful day. PIX11 News mets with a high school senior in New Jersey who has now made it his mission to ensure others never forget 9/11. Kyle Pavlik, 17, is building […]

  • Christie vetoes bill to ban smoking at NJ parks, beaches

    TRENTON, N.J. (AP/PIX11) — Gov. Chris Christie has vetoed a measure to limit smoking in the state’s parks and beaches. The governor announced his veto Wednesday night, but didn’t specify why he took the action. Smoking would have been banned at parks and limited at beaches under the bill approved by the state Senate and Assembly in June. It garnered overwhelming support in both chambers. The bill aimed to reduce secondhand smoke exposure, cut down on litter and curtail fire […]

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