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Katie Honan

Reporter/Producer @katie_honan khonan@dnainfo.com

Katie Honan is a reporter/producer covering Jackson Heights, Elmhurst and Corona in Queens.

She comes to DNAinfo.com from WNBC/Channel 4, where she was the station's first social media editor and also worked as a web editor.

While at NBC, she was part of a team that won an Emmy for best breaking news coverage for reporting during the Empire State Building shooting.

She has a B.S. in film and television production from St. John's University, and a master's degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.

Before attending journalism school, Katie worked on movie and TV sets, holding nearly every job with the word "assistant" in the title. Her favorite work was in the locations department, where she was paid to snoop around strangers' homes and businesses around New York City.

A lifelong Queens resident, Katie grew up in Rockaway Park and lives in Woodside.

Fun fact: She and two friends won $1,300 on Cash Cab.

 

Jackson Heights & Elmhurst »

September 21, 2017

The 89-year-old victim was attacked on 35th Avenue and 83rd Street, police say.

The Rockaways »

September 21, 2017

The beachside accommodations feature Casper mattresses and cell phone chargers, but alcohol is banned.

Flushing & Whitestone »

September 20, 2017

Sook Park pleaded guilty in July, but on Wednesday a judge increased her jail time to up to six years. 

Jackson Heights & Elmhurst »

September 20, 2017

The church was built in the 1700s and was spared by British soldiers during the Revolutionary War.

Jackson Heights & Elmhurst »

September 18, 2017

Sen. Peralta argued with a seller known for flouting the rules, Street Vendor Project officials said.

South Jamaica, Springfield Gardens & Rosedale »

September 18, 2017

Luz Cuza, 34, was sitting outside her South Jamaica home when she was shot Sunday, NYPD officials said.

Flushing & Whitestone »

September 18, 2017

A bus with Dahlia, which has a history of unsafe driving, hit the MTA bus, video shows.

Jackson Heights & Elmhurst »

September 17, 2017

"Never Built New York" utilizes the Panorama at the Queens Museum to show unbuilt plans for the city.