Shirleen Allicot
Shirleen Allicot is the co-anchor of Eyewitness News at Noon and couldn't be more excited to call New York her home once again! Before coming to WABC, Shirleen was the co-anchor of Action News at 4 on WPVI and Action News at 10 on WPHL in Philadelphia. There she covered everything from Hurricane Sandy to the Boston Marathon Bombings to the recent Amtrak derailment story. She interviewed Michelle Obama and reported live in Chicago for Oprah's final farewell.

Previous stops included News 12 Connecticut, News 12 Long Island, and News 12 the Bronx, where she shot, wrote and edited her own stories, and anchored the weekday morning newscasts.

Born in Guyana, Shirleen moved to the United States when she was just three months old. She was raised in Ozone Park, Queens, where most of her family still lives. Her mother and father both worked for the NYC Transit Authority. Shirleen graduated from Hofstra University with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism.

In her spare time, Shirleen enjoys testing her skills in the kitchen, traveling to exotic places, and spending time with her very large family.

After giving the gift of life as a organ donor last year, one donor is receiving a special thank-you from the family.
A teacher from the Bronx is in rare company, among just dozens of fellow educators from around the world in the running for a million dollar prize.
David Penner lost the ring while looking for a tree at Wyckoff's Tree Farm in White Township, and never thought he'd see it again.
A bin set aside for "Toys for Tots" was cleaned out sometime Tuesday afternoon right outside of a Westchester County real estate office.
Transit officer Frank Rendina spotted a homeless man rummaging through the trash at Grand Central, and offered to buy him socks as a Christmas present.