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I was thrilled to return home to St. Louis and join FOX 2 in October 2006! I’m the meteorologist for FOX 2 News Saturday and Sunday mornings. You’ll see me on other KTVI newscasts as well as occasionally filling in on our sister station, KPLR. I also manage content for the stations’ websites, FOX2now.com and KPLR11.com.

Born and raised in north St. Louis County, I graduated from Incarnate Word Academy in 1999. In 2003, I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Geography/Meteorology from Western Illinois University. While in school, I spent the summer of 2002 interning with the FOX 2 weather team.

I headed north, way north, and started my career in beautiful Anchorage, AK where I worked as the weekend meteorologist for the CBS affiliate, KTVA, for three years. I loved Alaska and often share stories from my time in the “Great Land”.

I'm a huge St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues fan. I also love to cook. My husband, Glen, and I married in September 2012. Yes, he’s an Alaskan! We love spending time with our dog, a Samoyed named Mo.


Recent Articles
  • Muny announces shows for 2015 season

    (KTVI)- Drumroll please! The Muny has announced the show lineup for its 2015 season. Taking the historic stage next summer will be”My Fair Lady,” “Hairspray,” “Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn,” “Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story”, “Into The Woods”, “Beauty and the Beast,” and “Oklahoma.” Gift cards are on sale just in time for the holiday season. Website: The Muny

  • New History Museum exhibit explores the Louisiana Purchase

    (KTVI)-St. Louis wouldn’t be the Gateway to the West without the Louisiana Purchase. Acquiring 828,000 square miles of land west of the Mississippi River, the United States doubled its size when it purchased the land from France A new exhibit at the Missouri History Museum opens this weekend exploring the historic land deal. “The Louisiana Purchase: Making St. Louis, Remaking America” will feature loans from the National Archives and documents and artifacts from the Missouri History Museum’s collections. The exhibit […]

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    Blues Pietrangelo shaves head to support niece battling cancer

    (KTVI)-Alex Pietrangelo is sporting a shorter haircut under his helmet.  In August, the St. Louis Blues defenseman’s niece, Ellie, was diagnosed with Wilms’ tumor, a rare type of childhood kidney cancer. She recently started chemotherapy and began to lose her hair. To show his support, Pietrangelo  let Ellie shave his head on Monday. My beautiful niece Ellie gave me a new look today! #standuptocancer pic.twitter.com/RIptE5OQH4 — Alex Pietrangelo (@apetro_27) October 20, 2014 .@apetro_27's new 'do. His niece, Ellie, is battling cancer […]

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    Ringed salamanders pile up outside St. Louis home

    (KTVI)-Talk about a dead end. The Missouri Department of Conservation shared this photo on Facebook Monday. Last week, a homeowner called the St. Louis office to report a pile of ringed salamanders trapped in an outside stairway. The MDC says that in the Autumn months the creatures travel by night to fishless woodland ponds for breeding. These salamanders were relocated to a nearby pond.  

  • Pet Of The Week – Diego

    (KTVI) – Diego is this week’s Pet of the Week. He is a 3-year-old Beagle-mix  with a true beagle personality. He’s fun loving, loves people, and is ready to play when other dogs are around. It’s likely he would do well in a home with another dog. If you want to adopt Diego, here’s the information you need: Metro East Humane Society 8495 State Route 143 Edwardsville, IL 62025 Phone: (618) 656-4405 Fax: (618) 659-1613 E-mail: info@mehs.org mehs.org Is your […]

  • October is National Pit Bull Awareness Month

    (KTVI)- October is National Pit Bull Awareness Month. The Humane Society of Missouri is dedicated to changing perceptions and stereotypes of pit bulls and educating responsible owners. The Humane Society of Missouri is having a $50 pit bull adoption special. All pets are spayed or neutered, microchipped and current on vaccinations. In 2009, the Humane Society of Missouri participated in a raid rescuing more than 500 pit bulls from a dog fighting ring spanning eight states. They were successful in […]

  • Damage to homes near Orchards Golf Course, northeast of Eckerts

    At least 3 tornadoes touched down in southwest Illinois Monday

    (KTVI)- Damage survey crews from the National Weather Service’s St. Louis office have confirmed that at least three tornadoes touched down during severe weather on Monday, October 13, 2014. All three confirmed touchdowns were in Illinois. More coverage: Monday storms bring heavy rain, tornado and wind damage One tornado touched down northwest of Freeburg, IL, about a quarter mile from the intersection of Rt. 15 and Jefferson Road in St. Clair County. The EF-1 rated tornado moved north-northeast, moving through the […]

  • Pet Of The Week – Adele

    (KTVI) – Adele is this week’s Pet of the Week. She is a sweet 3-year-old Rottweiler mix. She was recently returned to MEHS because her family could no longer care for her.  Adele does well on a leash, knows basic obedience, is housebroken, and had lived in a home with children. If you want more information on adopting Adele,  here’s the information you need: Metro East Humane Society 8495 State Route 143 Edwardsville, IL 62025 Phone: (618) 656-4405 E-mail: info@mehs.org […]

  • Arts Pop: Shakespeare comedies promise laughs for St. Louis audiences

    (KTVI)- Need a good laugh? Productions of  William Shakespeare’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “Much Ado About Nothing” both open in St. Louis this week. “Midsummer,” will be playing at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis while St. Louis Shakespeare’s “Much Ado?” will play at the Florissant Civic Center. These classic comedies have a lot of similarities. St. Louis Post-Dispatch theatre critic Judith Newmark sorts them out for you in Sunday’s A&E section of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

  • After busy night of protests, Police prepare for more Saturday

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-Protesters and police were busy Friday night and early Saturday morning. Protests and a candle light vigil were held in Ferguson. Demonstrators also gathered in South St. Louis. Protesters are calling for justice, upset about recent police involved shootings. More coverage: Mike Brown protesters march in Ferguson St. Louis City Police say protesters from Ferguson, Missouri relocated to the City of St. Louis in the Shaw neighborhood Friday night where they gathered in the street. They were asked […]

  • Canine Games promise fun for whole family, especially the dog

    (KTVI)- We have a day of fun for your family that has gone to the dogs. The 18th Annual St. Louis Canine Games will be held Sunday, October 12, at Purina Farms at Gray Summit, MO.  While the event was co-founded by the Spirit of St. Louis Samoyed Club and St. Louis Samoyed Rescue, the event is to all breeds. Dogs will be able to test their skills in events like Agility, Flyball, Lure Coursing, and Race the Wind, and more. The […]

  • Eek! A spider takes over FOX 2’s downtown camera

    (KTVI)- A surprise visitor kept the FOX 2 News at 11am team jumping Tuesday morning. During the show, a spider, which look really big on TV, was likely building a web on the camera that looks west along I-64 towards Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis. Rally spider…?? “@AngWxGrl: Eeeekkk! Spider on our downtown camera this morning! #FOX2now pic.twitter.com/gW9Fq0YNgr” — Ryan Miller (@twobrews82) October 7, 2014 "Killer" Spider attacks Busch Stadium as seen from @FOX2morning cam @foxonfox pic.twitter.com/aTXUMhPnWn — John […]