Dan Mannarino, PIX11

Dan Mannarino

PIX11

New York, NY, United States

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  • PIX11
Past:
  • NEWS10 ABC
  • News 8 - WROC-TV
  • WJBF
  • WTNH News 8

Recent articles by Dan:

NJ dad climbs up Mt. Everest to help save his son

New Jersey father Jim Raffone spent six days climbing Mount Everest to base camp, raising $180,000 to help find a cure for the fatal disease Duchenne muscular dystrophy. → Read More

Deep dive with Mayor Adams: Gun violence, fatal shootings, and more

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Gun violence has been an ongoing problem in New York City, with an 11-year-old girl one of the most recent casualties. Mayor Eric Adams joined PIX11 News to discuss what the city is doing to address gun violence. He also addressed whether or not a mask mandate is making a comeback amid a surge in COVID-19 cases. Watch the video player above for the full interview. → Read More

Cardinal Dolan highlights refugee crisis in visit to Ukraine

NEW YORK (PIX11) – Cardinal Timothy Dolan is back in New York after a recent trip to Europe where he met with Ukrainian refugees in Ukraine, Poland and Slovakia. As part of his visit to Europe, Dolan wanted to raise awareness of the human cost and suffering that results from war. The war in Ukraine […] → Read More

NYC Health Commish talks Roe v. Wade, COVID surge

NEW YORK (PIX11) — New York City officials slammed a draft ruling poised to overturn Roe v. Wade that leaked on Monday. Health Commissioner Ashwin Vasan joined PIX11 Morning News to ensure the city’s commitment to keeping abortion safe and accessible. “Reproductive rights and women’s rights are a cornerstone of public health,” Vasan said. “We’re […] → Read More

On the Record with NYC Comptroller Brad Lander: Mayor’s city budget

NEW YORK (PIX11)—Mayor Eric Adams unveiled his $99.7 billion executive budget for the city earlier this week. The plan allocates funds to address public safety, education, homeless shelters and childcare. But, City Comptroller Brad Lander feels Adams neglected to address the situation at Rikers Island. Lander joined PIX on Politics on Sunday morning to discuss […] → Read More

New documentary links Marilyn Monroe’s overdose death to breakup with RFK

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe died from an overdose in 1962 and not from homicide, according to investigative reporter Anthony Summers. Summers’ work is featured in a new Netflix documentary called “The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes.” He, along with the documentary’s director and producer, Emma Cooper, appeared on the […] → Read More

Correction officers should be tasked with fixing Rikers Island, not feds: union

NEW YORK—After 19 inmates died at Rikers Island in the past year and a half, a hearing Tuesday will determine what changes are needed or if the federal government needs to take over the troubled prison. But Correction Officers Benevolent Association President Benny Boscio Jr. said federal receivership is not the answer, and the city’s […] → Read More

On The Record with Schools Chancellor Banks: Fake vaccine cards investigation

NEW YORK (PIX11) — About 70 teachers in New York City have been accused by the Department of Education of submitting fake COVID-19 vaccination cards, according to the United Federation of Teachers union. Schools Chancellor David Banks joined PIX on Politics to discuss the investigation. “They can’t return unless they can prove that their vaccination […] → Read More

‘It was pure chaos’: Brooklyn subway attack eyewitness talks about his experience

NEW YORK (PIX11) — One New Yorker was on his usual morning commute to work aboard the N train on a regular Tuesday morning when an attack unfolded. Kenneth Foote-Smith was one of several commuters who witnessed the shooting aboard their subway train in Brooklyn. He joined PIX11 Morning News on Wednesday to talk about […] → Read More

Metal detectors on the subway? Adams says NYC exploring new tech

NEW YORK (PIX11) — In the wake of a terrifying attack on the subway in Brooklyn, Mayor Eric Adams said Wednesday his administration is looking into metal detector technology that could be placed inside subway stations. Adams joined the PIX11 Morning News to discuss the latest updates on the investigation and the search for the […] → Read More

In-depth with New York Gov. Hochul: $220B budget, bail reform, and more

NEW YORK (PIX11) — New York Gov. Kathy Hochul signed a $220 billion state budget on Saturday. The signing was a week past the original April 1 deadline as disagreements over issues regarding policies prolonged the process. Part of this was the discussion on the projected $850 million Buffalo Bills’ stadium. Hochul joined PIX11 News […] → Read More

What mediums actually see and feel when spirits communicate

NEW YORK (PIX11) — He sees (and talks to) dead people. Matt Fraser, a psychic medium from Rhode Island, joined PIX11 News Monday morning to explain how he communicates with the dead. “I grew up seeing and hearing the departed,” Fraser said of the ability he observed from an early age. “I never knew I […] → Read More

On the Record with Mayor Eric Adams: First 100 days in office

NEW YORK (PIX11) — It has definitely been a busy 100 days in office for Mayor Eric Adams. During his first day in office, a police officer sleeping in his precinct’s parking lot was shot dead. After 99 days, gun violence still remains in the city, with one of the latest shootings taking the life […] → Read More

Will NY pass a state budget today? Lawmaker says Bills stadium funding a key issue

NEW YORK (PIX11) — New York State workers could face delays in getting paid if lawmakers don’t reach a budget deal Thursday. The deadline for the state budget was April 1, however, legislators approved a stop-gap measure on Monday that allowed the government to continue running while they continued to negotiate. However, that measure expires […] → Read More

FDNY union leaders urge Mayor Adams to lift NYC vaccine mandate for city workers

NEW YORK (PIX11) — After New York City Mayor Eric Adams lifted the vaccine mandate for athletes and performers, FDNY union leaders called on the mayor to do the same for city workers. Andrew Ansbro, president of the Firefighters Association, and Jairo Sosa, a union leader of the FDNY, joined PIX11 Morning News Tuesday to […] → Read More

NY GOP governor candidate Giuliani talks bail reform, charter schools, and more

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Gubernatorial hopeful Andrew Giuliani delivered a fiery speech at the state Republican Party convention on Mar. 1. Giuliani, who served as White House aide to Donald Trump, was the only candidate to publicly stand by the former president at the state convention — or even mention his name. He joined PIX11 […] → Read More

NJ Rep. Gottheimer talks Russian invasion, Zelenskyy’s address to congress, and more

NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — In an effort to rally support as the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy appealed to U.S. Congress on Wednesday. New Jersey Rep. Josh Gottheimer joined PIX on Politics host Dan Mannarino on Sunday to talk about his takeaways from Zelenskyy’s speech and the situation in Ukraine as a whole. Watch the video player above for the full interview. → Read More

On the Record with Dr. Dave Chokshi: COVID restrictions lifting, resignation as health commish and more

NEW YORK (PIX11) — City officials have lifted COVID restrictions earlier this month, which include the mask mandate in public schools and the vaccine mandate in different establishments. Dr. Dave Chokshi joined PIX on Politics host Dan Mannarino on Sunday to talk about the new developments in the city’s COVID protocol, the future of COVID […] → Read More

83-year-old charged in Brooklyn dismembered torso case: sources

CYPRESS HILLS, Brooklyn (PIX11) — Police charged an 83-year-old in connection with the discovery of a woman’s dismembered torso inside a shopping cart in Brooklyn last week, sources told PIX11 News on Thursday. The suspect, who has a prior criminal history, was charged in connection to the case for disposing of the corpse, the sources […] → Read More

‘It’s gonna be painful for them’: Russia to feel effects of oil ban, expert says

Greg Zuckerman, an investigative reporter from the Wall Street Journal, joined PIX11 Morning News Wednesday to explain how Biden’s recent move would affect Russia as the U.S. and Ukraine’s European allies continue the energy boycott. → Read More