Trevor Kapp

Reporter/Producer @tkapp20 tkapp@dnainfo.com

Trevor Kapp is a reporter/producer covering breaking news across New York City for DNAinfo.

He was born and raised in Alphabet City, long before the NYU and New School kids started moving in, as he likes to point out. He still lives there.

But he left the neighborhood in 2007 for four years and graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in May 2011 with a degree in Journalism & Mass Communication. While he enjoyed his time down South, Trevor missed Ray's Pizza, the R train and playground basketball too much, so he returned to New York.

Prior to joining DNAinfo, Trevor worked as a general assignment reporter for the Daily News, where he had more than 200 bylines.

Fun Fact: Trevor thinks he must own the New York City reporter record for getting asked by cops, "What are you, in high school?"

Midtown & Theater District »

September 16, 2014

Head Cashier at DOB Indicted for Stealing $68,000, DOI Says

Charise Brody, 44, allegedly stole $68,000 from the DOB from January 2008 to July 2012, the DOI said.

Midtown & Theater District »

September 12, 2014

What Happened in New York This Week: 8 Stories You Need to Read

Here are eight stories you may have missed in New York this week.

Soundview & Castle Hill »

September 12, 2014

Two People Killed and Another Critically Hurt in Bronx Crash, Police Say

Two people were ejected from the car while a third was trapped in the burning wreck, police said.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

September 11, 2014

Teen's $250 Nikes Stolen on the Way to Sneaker Show

A 13-year-old had his $250 Nike Foamposites stolen by a thief who offered to buy the shoes, police said.

Downtown »

September 11, 2014

New York Commemorates 13th Anniversary of 9/11

Families gathered at the 9/11 Memorial plaza to remember the nearly 3,000 victims of the 9/11 attacks.

Downtown »

September 10, 2014

Pharmaceutical Exec Balanced Her Checkbook as Her Child Lay Dead, DA Says

Prosecutor Matthew Bogdanos described Gigi Jordan as a heartless killer during opening statements.

Midtown & Theater District »

September 10, 2014

NJ Transit Commuters Face Delays After Maintenace Work Overruns

NJ Transit commuters faced delays of up to 30 minutes Wednesday morning.

Flushing & Whitestone »

September 9, 2014

Money Woes Lead Queens Man to Kill Family and Self, Suicide Note Says

NYPD initially searched for surviving son, but now believe triple killing was murder-suicide.