Katie Corrado, PIX11

Katie Corrado

PIX11

New York, NY, United States

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  • PIX11
  • NEWS10 ABC
Past:
  • WJBF
  • WTNH News 8
  • 8News WRIC Richmond

Recent articles by Katie:

FDA to allow ‘mix and match’ for COVID booster shots: report

NEW YORK — U.S. health advisers are expected to authorize a “mix and match” approach to COVID vaccine booster shots this week when they give full approval for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster shots, according to the New York Times. The Times reported that the Food and Drug Administration was planning to allow Americans […] → Read More

Thomas Jefferson statue will be removed from City Council chambers

NEW YORK — A statue of Thomas Jefferson will be removed from the New York City Council’s chambers at City Hall, a commission voted on Monday. During an hours-long hearing, the New York City Public Design Commission acknowledged the statue needs to be removed before the end of the year, however, a new location has […] → Read More

Vote expected on removal of Jefferson statue in City Hall

MANHATTAN — There’s been a decades-long push to remove the Thomas Jefferson statue from the City Council chambers. Whether or not that happens come down to a vote taking place later Monday. New York City’s Public Design Commission will determine the fate of the Thomas Jefferson Statue that’s stood inside City Hall inside 1833. The […] → Read More

NJ gov race: Murphy, Ciattarelli face off in final debate; last day to register to vote

NEW JERSEY — New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy and challenger Republican Jack Ciattarelli take the stage together one last time Tuesday night for the final gubernatorial debate. Ahead of the debate, things are definitely heating up. Both candidates are beefing up their attack ads as Election Day draws near. Murphy and Ciattarelli are likely […] → Read More

Harlem standoff: Man in custody after shooting at cops, holing up in apartment, police say

HARLEM, Manhattan — An armed man was taken into custody Wednesday morning after barricading himself in a Harlem apartment after shooting at NYPD officers, police said. The officers initially showed up to the building on West 147th Street, near Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, to take the man into custody in connection with a deadly September […] → Read More

UFT president: Less than 4,000 teachers remain unvaccinated as mandate goes into effect

NEW YORK — As enforcement of New York City’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for teachers and staff begins Monday, the head of the teachers’ union said their priority is safety in the classroom. United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew was happy to report Monday that more than 97% of New York City teachers are now […] → Read More

Markle, Prince Harry visit One World Observatory with de Blasio, Hochul

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited One World Observatory with Gov. Kathy Hochul and Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday. It was the first stop during their trip to New York City. The once-royal couple is in town to talk about vaccine equity at Saturday’s Global Citizen Live concert in Central […] → Read More

FDA OKs Pfizer COVID-19 boosters for 65 and older, high-risk Americans

NEW YORK — The U.S. moved a step closer Wednesday to offering booster doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to older Americans and others at high risk from the virus as the Food and Drug Administration signed off on the targeted use of the extra shots. The FDA authorized booster doses for Americans who are 65 […] → Read More

Broadway is back: Iconic shows reopen 18 months since going dark

NEW YORK (PIX11) — Four of the most iconic musicals in history are making their big return to the Great White Way on Tuesday, 18 months after stages across the world closed at the start of the COVID pandemic. All 41 Broadway theaters are now allowed to open at full capacity, with precautions and safety protocols […] → Read More

Brothers carry on firefighter dad’s legacy after 9/11, join FDNY

NEW YORK — For FDNY firefighters John and Tommy Palombo, there is no line between work and family; they are one in the same. Their father, firefighter Frank Palombo, was one of seven members of Engine Company 219, Ladder Company 105 who died on September 11th. He left behind his wife, Jean, and their 10 […] → Read More

Renters, advocates march to Hochul’s NYC office, demand extension to NY eviction moratorium

MANHATTAN — Crowds of people marched to Gov. Kathy Hochul’s New York City office Tuesday, demanding an extension to the eviction moratorium. Renters and housing advocates flooded Third Avenue outside of the governor’s office as the rent moratorium is set to expire Tuesday night at midnight. Traffic should avoid Third Avenue near 41st Street. State […] → Read More

NY eviction moratorium expires Tuesday night

NEW YORK — Hundreds of tenants and faith leaders are planning to march to Gov. Kathy Hochul’s Midtown Manhattan office Tuesday afternoon, demanding an extension to New York’s eviction moratorium. The rent moratorium is set to expire in a matter of hours Tuesday night at midnight. State lawmakers may reportedly meet for an emergency special […] → Read More

Henri slams Long Island, tri-state area; Biden addresses nation on storm, Middle East

Watch Live in player above: As Henri stalls over New England, heavy rains and flooding are still a concern. President Joe Biden addresses the nation on the storm — and the crisis in Afghanistan SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) — Henri continued to lash Long Island, New York City, New Jersey and much of the Northeast coastline […] → Read More

Henri slams Long Island, tri-state area; Biden addresses nation on storm, Middle East

Watch Live in player above: As Henri stalls over New England, heavy rains and flooding are still a concern. President Joe Biden addresses the nation on the storm — and the crisis in Afghanistan SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) — Henri continued to lash Long Island, New York City, New Jersey and much of the Northeast coastline […] → Read More

8 more COVID cases in Washington County’s report

On Tuesday, August 17, Washington County gave out their daily COVID update. → Read More

Post-Cuomo push to toughen NY sexual harassment laws

NEW YORK — The New York state Assembly’s Judiciary Committee will still release its investigative report into Gov. Andrew Cuomo, despite dropping impeachment efforts. The committee is investigating sexual harassment allegations against Cuomo, as well as the state’s COVID nursing home scandal. With one week left in office, PIX11’s Katie Corrado took a closer look […] → Read More

Heat advisory in NY, NJ as hot, humid weather hits

NEW YORK — Brace yourselves, potentially dangerous heat and humidity hit our area Monday. The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for northeast New Jersey on Sunday, lasting through at least 8 p.m. on Tuesday. The advisory will expand to include New York City, the lower Hudson Valley and parts of Connecticut at noon […] → Read More

Dirty train conditions: MTA sees rise in soiled subway cars since beginning of 2021, report says

NEW YORK — The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has a lot of cleaning up to do. Not only is the nation’s largest transit system seeing more crime in the subway system, they seem to be seeing an increase in dirty train conditions. There appeared to be a rise in soiled train cars since the beginning […] → Read More

Alleged shooter arrested in 10-year-old Queens boy’s death: NYPD

FAR ROCKAWAY, Queens – Police arrested the alleged shooter in the death of 10-year-old Queens boy Justin Wallace on Tuesday, an NYPD detective said. Jovan Young, 29, was charged with murder, attempted murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon on what would have been Wallace’s 11th birthday. Wallace was killed by a gunshot wound […] → Read More

Cops seen in only 14% of subway stations on average: MTA data

NEW YORK — The MTA is wondering where the police officers are in the subway system after data from their own system-wide study appears to show that most subway stations had little or no police presence in recent weeks. According to data shared by an MTA source, employees made 2,928 station visits between May 12 […] → Read More