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Ayesha Khan joined FOX 2 in January 2017 as a general assignment reporter.

Prior to joining FOX 2 and KPLR 11, she worked as a reporter at ABC 30 in St. Louis. Ayesha has also worked as a multi-media journalist and weekend morning anchor/reporter at WBOC-TV in Salisbury, Maryland and spent three years as a reporter and fill-in anchor in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Ayesha graduated from the American University in Washington D.C. with a degree in Psychology. She began her career as an on-air producer for a radio talk show on 630 WMAL in Bethesda, Maryland while volunteering as a reporter for CTV-News in Largo, Maryland..

The Midwest is a huge change for the East Coast native but she is thrilled to call it her new home. Ayesha is a self-proclaimed foodie and couldn’t be more excited to explore St. Louis’ food scene. Ayesha is also an avid runner while keeping busy with teaching indoor cycling classes.

Ayesha is always looking for compelling story ideas. If you have one, don’t hesitate to send her an email at: Ayesha.Khan@tvstl.com.

Recent Articles
  • Alderman believes selling struggling homes for $1 would revitalize rundown neighborhoods

    ST. LOUIS – The rundown homes lining Red Bud Avenue are overflowing with trash, have caved in roofs, paint is peeling, and plenty of unkept greenery is growing all around. But to Alderman John Collins-Mohammed of Ward 21, those homes offer hope and opportunity. “I picture a white picket fence a beautiful home with a child playing in the yard,” he said Friday. “I picture the type of homes that put communities used to have.” Collins-Mohammed believes that dream could […]

  • Child struck by SUV in north St. Louis County; police search for suspect’s vehicle

    ST. LOUIS, MO — A child was struck by a driver on Halls Ferry Road and Empire Court in north St. Louis County. Mustafa Jamil works with a relative of the child at St. Louis Fish Chicken Grill.  He described the situation to FOX 2 reporter Ayesha Khan. Jamil says a 4-year-old boy and his mother were crossing the street to go to the restaurant Thursday night. That’s when the boy was struck by a silver SUV, which ended up taking […]

  • Forest Park continues improvements with connecting waterways project

    ST. LOUIS -Connecting its waterways to help the environment and enhance the visitor experience. It’s one of many projects that Forest Park is tackling. It isn’t the first time one of America’s best parks has earned bragging rights as it continues to make itself even more appealing. “Forest Park is a jewel of St. Louis,” said Frank Kartmann Senior Vice President of Park Operations. As a final capstone project for Forest Park Forever’s capital campaign about $8 million of private, […]

  • Man frustrated with potholes leaves threatening voicemail for police

    WENTZVILLE, MO – A St. Charles County man upset about potholes took his frustration to an illegal level. Wentzville Police said that on April 22, Cameron Forister left a voicemail complaining that the city is wasting taxpayer money. “He was pretty upset about the lack of repair to potholes in the city,” said Officer Jacob Schmidt. Police said Forister then proceeded to end the voicemail with a threatening statement. “There was a reference to blowing up the building,” Schmidt continued, […]

  • Fire departments respond to Ladue house fire

    LADUE, MO – Around 7:15 pm Tuesday night, a fire broke out at a home in the 700 block of High Hampton off North Woodlawn in Ladue. Several surround fire departments responded to the first alarm fire to assist the Ladue Fire Department. The cause of the fire is believed to have been started by a lightning strike to homes attic. No one was hurt in the fire.

  • Father and son accused in assault over Pokemon Go dispute

    KIRKWOOD, MO – A man is beaten up during a dispute over a virtual reality game.  Kirkwood Police said the altercation happened Monday evening at Kirkwood Park where the suspects and the victim were playing the smartphone game, Pokémon Go. The victim who wanted to remain anonymous said the attack happened because of a disagreement during the game. “One was grabbing me from one side and one was pulling me and they were trying to kill me,” the victim described the attack. According […]

  • Cardinals welcome 8-year-old raising awareness about rare birth defect by throwing first pitch with 3-D printed hand

    ST. LOUIS – She is on a mission to throw out the first pitch at every major league ballpark. On Wednesday night, an inspiring 8-year-old Hailey Dawson was at Busch Stadium with a message. Hailey was born with Poland Syndrome and doesn’t have use of three fingers on her right hand. “It’s called my special hand,” said the spunky young girl, while showing off her 3-D printed hand. “From the get-go when she was born it was a lot of guilt at […]

  • Bar operators in disagreement with city’s proposal to stop liquor sales at 11pm

    ST. CHARLES – Some bar operators on St. Charles’ historic N. Main Street are upset about a proposed change that would limit their alcohol sales. The city is recommending that bars stop serving alcohol at 11pm. Some bar owners whom Fox 2 spoke with on Tuesday night said, the city has communicated to them that it is concerned about public safety. They said, the city has also told them that too many times there have been fights, incidents of violence […]

  • Cardinals fans react to rookie player, Daniel Poncedeleon’s Major League debut

    ST. LOUIS – He was hit in the head with a life-threatening line drive one year ago. Monday night he got the call most baseball players dream of. 26-year-old rookie right-handed-pitcher Daniel Poncedeleon said that he always knew he would come back from the ball injury to the head that knocked him to the ground. “I was hoping everybody would forget about it and notice me as a pitcher and not as a guy who got hit in the head,” said […]

  • Local chefs weigh-in on TV host Anthony Bourdain’s death

    MAPLEWOOD, Mo. – The death of well-known chef, author, and television host Anthony Bourdain death rocked the culinary world Friday morning. Chefs in the St. Louis food scene are taking the loss to heart. Many of them have been expressing their grief on social media and just within their own circle. Qui Tran of Mai Lee’s Restaurant said he feels Bourdain’s time spent in the kitchen gave voice and validation to just about every chef’s chosen profession. “He helped me […]

  • Cuts proposed to secure funding for park rangers over safety concerns

    ST. LOUIS – With the temperatures heating up, so are concerns about crime and safety within two St. Louis City parks. Longtime north city resident Leander Young brings his kids to O’Fallon Park every now and then for fishing. He said he would go to the park more often but has his hesitations. “You go to the south side, it’s all good over there. You come to the north side, it’s like they don’t care about the north side,” he […]

  • Former police officer not guilty of murder files defamation lawsuit, attorney calls prosecutors ‘liars’

    ST. LOUIS – A former St. Louis City police officer whose not guilty decision led to massive protest and riots filed a defamation lawsuit Wednesday. Jason Stockley is suing Jennifer Joyce, the former city prosecutor who charged him with the 2011 murder of Anthony Lamar Smith. In the 45-page lawsuit, Stockley’s Clayton based attorney Dan Finney argued that Joyce and internal affairs detective, Kirk Deeken misrepresented and intentionally disregarded evidence during Stockley’s prosecution. “Jennifer Joyce and Deeken lied to the […]