I’m the Executive Producer of Interactive Content in St. Louis Missouri for KTVI and KPLR television. Our social media and web content at both TV stations is the focus of my day. If you’re having a problem with the website I can help you find a story, fix a typo or get you in contact with our assignment desk.

I’ve worn a lot of hats in my career producing material both for on-air and online. During high school I started working at KFXB-TV in Dubuque Iowa as a production assistant. After attending Webster University I landed a job at WRSP/WCCU In Springfield Illinois. Then, I made the move to a larger market at WSTR in Cincinnati, Ohio.

In 2006 I was able to move back to St. Louis to work at KPLR in the promotions department. I made Emmy nominated campaigns. Eventually I found my niche as the head of KPLR’s web department.

The merger with KTVI meant a lot more newscasts to produce for the web. Experience and experimenting with web content makes my days fly by. We throw a lot of spaghetti at the wall. Sometimes something sticks and goes viral. I enjoy touching so many people’s lives through their phones, tablets, browsers and televisions. Now, I lead the team at one of the top websites in St. Louis.

Please follow me on Facebook or Twitter to get an insider’s view into a newsroom.

Recent Articles
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    The reason meteorologists across the country wear the same dress

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Do you think that TV meteorologists dress alike? You may be onto something. An Imgur user took screen grabs of weather reporters from across the country. The viral image has one caption, “This is what happens when you post a link to a $23 dress on Amazon that flatters everyone to a female meteorologist Facebook group.” FOX 2 meteorologist Angela Hutti says, “The good thing about the dress is that it comes in solid colors. […]

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    Ferguson’s interim police chief resigns a month earlier than expected

    FERGUSON, MO (KTVI) – The Interim Police Chief for the city of Ferguson’s Police Department submitted his resignation. Andre Anderson was hired by the city in July 2015. His last day with the Department will be December 2nd. The city’s first African-American head of police was appointed to a six month contract. Sources told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that they were not sure how long Anderson would serve once he was hired.  He is resigning a month earlier than expected. […]

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    St. Louis Zoo proposes buying Grant’s Farm; pending taxpayer approval

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Grant’s Farm could be a part of the St. Louis Zoo if voters approve a tax to fund $3.5 – $8.5 million in operating costs. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the St. Louis Zoo wants to buy the animal park. The deal would triple the Zoo’s acreage and add a breeding facility for endangered animals. “The Zoo’s purchase of this regional asset provides a way to make the Zoo even stronger,” said St. Louis County […]

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    Why isn’t the St. Louis Arch lit to support France?

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Many people are asking why the St. Louis arch is not lit to remember the victims of Friday’s attacks in Paris. Over the weekend buildings in cities across the globe were lit up in the blue, white and red colors of the French flag in a show of solidarity and support. The Gateway Arch’s Facebook page sheds some light on the subject: “By order of the President, the official park flag will be flown at […]

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    ‘I mourn for France but I won’t be changing my Facebook profile’ – Viral letter to the editor

    Facebook users all over the world are showing their support for the Paris terrorist attack victims with a profile photo filter. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the worst violence witnessed in France since World War II, a volley of nearly simultaneous terror attacks that the French President called “an act of war.” The assailants targeted six sites Friday night in Paris. French authorities put the number of dead at 129, though the death toll is expected to fluctuate. A letter […]

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    Police identify woman’s body found in north St. Louis alley

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A woman’s body was found in a north St. Louis alley Thursday morning. According to Leah Freeman, a spokeswoman for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, homicide detectives were called to the 2000 block of Agnes at around 7 a.m. for a report of a suspicious death. Police identified the body as 40-year-old Kelley Brown. An autopsy will be conducted to determine the official cause of death and to see if this will need further investigation.

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    Justin Bieber playing St. Louis this spring

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Justin Bieber will bring his latest tour to St. Louis. Beliebers can plan on heading to the Scottrade Center Tuesday, April 19. Tickets go on sale Friday, november 20th at 10am. This week, Bieber premiered the tracks “The Feeling” and “Love Yourself”; the former features indie breakout pop singer Halsey and the latter was co-written with Ed Sheeran. Call 1-800-745-3000, or order online at ticketmaster.com. Justin Bieber – Purpose World Tour 2016 Dates – All dates, […]

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    20 classic signs to predict a harsh winter

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – How harsh will this winter be?  Many people say that there are several classic signals that nature gives to forecast a hard winter. This list of ‘Old Wives Tales’  was put together by Cleveland meteorologist Dick Goddard and featured in the 1978 edition of the Farmer’s Almanac. They are still relevant today.   20 classic signs to predict a harsh winter: Thicker than normal corn husks Woodpeckers sharing a tree Early arrival of the Snowy owl Early departure of geese […]

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    Suspect under arrest for north St. Louis church fires

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office charged a 35-year-old local man in connection with two of seven church arsons in the St. Louis area. David Lopez Jackson was charged with two counts of second-degree arson. Jackson is accused of setting fires at New Life Missionary Baptist Church and Ebenezer Lutheran Church. Both places of worship are in St. Louis City. According to prosecutors, evidence at both scenes links Jackson to the fires. Surveillance video allegedly shows Jackson’s […]

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    Officer involved shooting in Bevo neighborhood; minor injuries

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A 42-year-old woman suffered a non-life threatening injury Thursday after being accidentally shot by police inside her south city home. The shooting occurred in the 4400 block of Taft Avenue in the Bevo neighborhood. According to St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson, the Division of Family Services were at the area with police over a one-year-old. They were investigating a fatal shooting that killed two men on Wednesday night. Three officers went into a home with […]

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    FBI and police raid Dojo Pizza in south St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A south St. Louis business is raided by law enforcement. St. Louis police confirmed Dojo Pizza on Morganford is the subject of an investigation. A witness told FOX 2 she saw several agencies, including local police, FBI, Homeland Security, and Animal Control on the scene. Officials were seen carrying several items from the building. “They technically just came in, took all the boards down, walked in, they had boxes of evidence. They walked out with […]

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    Woman fights off carjacker at Jefferson County gas station

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – A woman was able to fight off a potential carjacker early Friday morning. A 44-year-old woman left her vehicle running and unlocked at 3:00am outside the BP Convenience Store in the 100 block of Old Sugar Creek Rd Fenton. Police say she noticed a man wearing a hoodie entering her vehicle while inside the business. She rushed outside to confront the man. The suspect was able to place the vehicle into reverse before the owner […]