Katie Corrado, PIX11

Katie Corrado

PIX11

New York, NY, United States

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  • PIX11
Past:
  • NewsChannel 9
  • NEWS10 ABC
  • WWLP-22News
  • WJBF
  • WTNH News 8
  • 8News WRIC Richmond

Recent articles by Katie:

Drunk driver allegedly kills 3 women in Long Island crash, Nassau police say

NEW HYDE PARK, NY (PIX11) — A 22-year-old drunk driver allegedly slammed into another vehicle, killing three women inside late Saturday night, Nassau County officials said. Dante Lennon allegedly crashed a Mercedes-Benz into a Lincoln town car in the eastbound lane in front of 214 Jericho Turnpike around 11:10 p.m., officials said. The three women in […] → Read More

Investigation on Buffalo attack continues; NY officials tackle domestic terror

NEW YORK (PIX11) — New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has taken firm legislative action in the wake of the Buffalo mass shooting. She signed a series of executive orders on Wednesday to combat hate speech and gun violence. Her new legislation creates a counterterrorism unit exclusively focused on domestic terror and strengthens the state’s Red […] → Read More

Officials warn of looming COVID surge in NYC

Officials are recommending all New Yorkers wear masks indoors as the city's COVID-19 alert level is expected to jump from medium to high in the next few days. → Read More

Bloody weekend in NYC amid spate of shootings in nearly every borough

NEW YORK CITY (PIX11) — Bloodshed across New York City over the weekend has raised concerns that an expected spike in gun violence this summer has already arrived. Mayor Eric Adams met last month with all 77 NYPD precinct commanders to discuss how they can get ahead of crime this summer. The NYPD already boosted […] → Read More

Thousands expected at NYC’s first Asian American Pacific Islander parade

Thousands are expected to attend New York City’s first annual Asian American Pacific Islander Cultural and Heritage Parade in Manhattan Sunday morning. → Read More

Queens high school installs metal detectors day after student shooting

QUEENS, N.Y. (PIX11) — NYPD School Safety agents set up metal detectors at Maspeth High School early Thursday morning, a day after one of its students was shot in the arm just around the corner from the building. Surveillance video captured two suspects on a moped shooting into a parking lot near the school, striking […] → Read More

12 traffic deaths in 7 days: Transit advocates want NYC speed cameras on overnight

NEW YORK (PIX11)­—Twelve New Yorkers have died in traffic crashes in the past week, and transit advocates say the city can address the issue by keeping the speed cameras operating overnight. A new study from Transportation Alternatives found nearly 60% of all traffic deaths occurred when the city’s speed cameras are turned off from 10 […] → Read More

James supports amending state constitution to protect abortion access

NEW YORK (PIX11)— Attorney General Letitia James, who recently said that she supports amending the New York State constitution to ensure rights to an abortion, will be making an announcement about abortion access Monday morning. The politician is scheduled to speak at 10 a.m. from her office in Lower Manhattan. “As we’ve seen this week, […] → Read More

NYPD car bursts into flames after crash in Brooklyn while responding to call

DYKER HEIGHTS, Brooklyn (PIX11) – Two NYPD officers are lucky to be alive Monday morning after a crash in Brooklyn sent their squad car into a pole, where it burst into flames. The crash happened at 65th Street and Eighth Avenue in Dyker Heights around 10:40 p.m. Sunday. The officers were on patrol when they […] → Read More

Mothers, daughters encouraged to attend abortion-rights rally in BK

NEW YORK (PIX11)— The Ruth Bader Ginsburg Democratic Club is holding an abortion-rights rally Sunday afternoon in Brooklyn. Protesters will gather at 2 p.m. outside the Joralemon Street municipal building named after the former Supreme Court Justice. The club is asking people to bring their mothers and daughters to fight for a woman’s right to […] → Read More

NYC abortion-rights rally channels anger into activism

NEW YORK (PIX 11) — More than a thousand protesters channeled their anger and outrage into activism at a rally supporting abortion rights in Manhattan Tuesday. Comedian Amy Schumer and New York Attorney General Letitia James were among the attendees. For James, the possibility the Supreme Court could overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision […] → Read More

‘Dark day in America:’ Abortions will remain legal in NY, NJ, leaders say

NEW YORK (PIX 11)— Local leaders are assuring New Yorkers that abortions will remain legal in the state after news broke Monday night that the Supreme Court will reportedly strike down Roe v. Wade. Gov. Kathy Hochul and Mayor Eric Adams made their positions clear on the issue on social media. “New York City knows […] → Read More

New NYC Transit president takes over amid crime and safety concerns

JACKSON HEIGHTS, Queens (PIX11) — Monday marked Richard Davey’s first day on the job overseeing New York City’s subway and bus systems as MTA Transit president. Davey stepped into the role amid heightened public scrutiny and inherited a subway system plagued by problems, including a 65% spike in transit crimes so far this year compared […] → Read More

14-year-old shot in neck in quiet Queens neighborhood; 2 others also injured: NYPD

FRESH MEADOWS, Queens (PIX11) — The search continued Thursday for the suspect who shot three teens in Fresh Meadows, Queens on Wednesday. The terrifying scene unfolded around 4:30 p.m. on 188th Street. Police said a group of teens was walking down the road when a gray car pulled up and an argument broke out between […] → Read More

Search continues for Bronx drive-by shooter who killed 1, injured 2: NYPD

CLAREMONT, the Bronx (PIX11) — The search continues for the suspect who killed a man and injured two others in a drive-by shooting in the Bronx, police said. The attack happened by a corner store along Clay Avenue near East 174th Street, according to authorities. The shooter fired shots at a group of people, shooting […] → Read More

Blaze on: NJ residents line up at dispensary on 1st day of marijuana sales

NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — A decade-long fight to bring legal marijuana to New Jersey ended Thursday as the first recreational stores opened early in the morning. Seven dispensaries are authorized to start selling weed at 13 locations. The shops are scattered across the state, from Maplewood to Paterson to Vineland. Dispensaries have assured state officials […] → Read More

Who killed Orsolya Gaal? Probe into death of mom found in duffel bag continues

FOREST HILLS, Queens (PIX11) — The NYPD on Wednesday continued to search for the person who killed Orsolya Gaal, a Queens mother of two teens who was found dead in a duffel bag last weekend. The NYPD offered a $3,500 reward for information that leads to an arrest in the case. The question of who […] → Read More

Areas across New Jersey flood after heavy rains

NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — Different areas across New Jersey and New York City have flooded as a result of Monday night’s heavy rains. Police in Jersey City and Hoboken closed down several roads Monday night, as they were completely flooded. Some cars have even been suspended underwater. Along Major Deegan Expressway in New York, water […] → Read More

Disturbing details emerge after Queens mom found dead in duffle bag

FOREST HILLS, Queens (PIX11) – The police scene outside of a Queens home on Monday was still active, two days after the body of a mother was found in a duffle bag about a half-mile away. Orsolya Gaal’s home on Juno Street in Forest Hills remained taped off and police are monitoring the property 24-7 […] → Read More

Sneak peek: NY Auto Show Jeep Wrangler test track

NEW YORK (PIX11) — For the first time since 2019, the New York International Auto Show is back at the Javits Center in Manhattan. The show, which runs through April 24, features more than 700 cars and trucks from roughly 30 manufacturers. There is a strong focus this year on EVs, or electric vehicles. And […] → Read More