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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.

Webster University in St. Louis is my alma mater. I've worn a lot of hats in my career producing material both for on-air and online. I started working in television at KFXB-TV in Dubuque Iowa. In Springfield Illinois at WRSP/WCCU I made commercials, promos and the website. In Cincinnati Ohio at WSTR I worked as a producer. The move back to St. Louis meant working as a promotions producer for KPLR and eventually as the web team leader for KTVI.

Now, I live in South City and own a small art gallery and studio.

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    Parachuting man gets stuck on TV tower in South St. Louis County

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A man and his parachute stuck in mid-air on KETC-TV’s tower in south county.  Ameren crews are working on rescuing the man.  He has been stuck on the tower since around 9:45pm Thursday. Firefighters say this was a base jumping attempt.  The jumper got caught on a guide wire about 125ft from ground. Here's a zoomed in pic of the base jumper. Looks like he's on his cell phone..& that does not look comfortable. #stl […]

  • Friends and family rebuild a memorial for man shot by a police officer

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Loved ones gathered to rebuild a memorial for a man shot and killed by a St. Louis police officer.  Friends and family of Kajieme Powell placed new mementos outside the north St. Louis market where he died. The August shooting happened after police say Powell, a robbery suspect,  was acting erratically and came at officers with a knife. Powell’s mother believes police did not have to shoot and kill her son.

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    How to find your polling place for the Nov. 4th election

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The Pew Charitable Trusts partnered with Google to create the free Voting Information Project. This tool helps you find where to vote by simply entering your home address into the search box. It also shows candidate information and voter ID requirements.

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    Francis Howell football team helps coach pull off an amazing proposal

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The Francis Howell football team helped their coach pull off an amazing marriage proposal. The coach proposed after the game against Troy. I’m not sure who is more excited coach or the team.  She said, yes!

  • Protesters march to South Grand Ave in act of civil disobedience

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – About 50 protesters marched from the area where Vonderrit Myers was shot in south St. Louis to Grand Avenue Friday night.  They blocked traffic in an act of civil disobedience.    

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    Streetlights out on South Grand Ave to I-44

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The St. Louis City Streets Department confirms that they are working with Ameren to get streetlights restored. A viewer told us lights were out from near Grand and Arsenal to I-44. The area also happens to be where many protesters have been marching near the Shaw neighborhood. @FOX2now @stlcsb We are working with Ameren to get lights back on on Grand. — Todd Waelterman (@StlStreets) October 25, 2014

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    Farmington business evacuated after threatening letter & suspicious package found

    FARMINGTON, MO (KTVI) – A suspicious package and threatening letter was discovered in the mail room of the Centene Corporation in Farmington just just before 1pm Thursday. Police, FBI, US Postmaster, fire and the hazardous materials team were all on the scene. Five mail-room employees were in direct contact with the package containing a powder, according to Farmington police. The package and its content were quarantined outside the building. Seventeen additional employees were quarantined. They were in the mail-room when […]

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    Interactive map: Track global and local outbreaks

    Current disease outbreaks are displayed in real-time through an interactive map.  The information is provided by Global Incidents Map.  They also have maps for  Amber-Alerts, HAZMAT Situations, Forest Fires, Gang Activity, Border Security Issues, Presidential Threats, Terrorism Event Predictions and earthquakes. See the map in real-time for the latest updates.  It refreshes every 300 seconds with new information.

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    Ferguson protesters march inside St. Louis County Police Department

    CLAYTON, MO (KTVI) – Protestors gathered outside the St. Louis County Police Headquarters in Clayton Wednesday afternoon.  Demonstrators said they came to express their democratic voice on the, “National Day Against Police Brutality.” They planned to speak at a scheduled public meeting of the St. Louis County Police Commission, but it was abruptly cancelled. Brown, 18, was shot and killed by a Ferguson Police officer in August.  Demonstrations have now gone on for more than 70 days.  New details have […]

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    North St. Louis man found shot in the head

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A man was found with a gunshot wound to his head in north St. Louis Tuesday afternoon. Police say they found the a 29-year-old black male in the story 2900 block of Hebert at around 3pm.  They were in the area to check on a report of a shooting.  The victim was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced. The victim’s name is being withheld until next of kin is notified.  Police are still […]

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    Accident on westbound I-64 near Hanley road cleared

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – An accident on westbound I-64 near Hanley road has closed two right lanes of the highway Tuesday afternoon. Traffic was backed up in the area. Cleared: MULTI-VEHICLE COLLISION I-64 WB @ BEFORE I-170 CLEARED AT 4:12 PM (St Louis,MO) — MoDOT STL Traffic (@StLouisTraffic) October 21, 2014 Updates: FOX2Now.com/Traffic

  • St. Louis police complete “implicit bias” training

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Police have completed training in “implicit bias.”  The department says that the recent events in the area have prompted them to learn more on the topic. For over 70 days protesters have marched in Ferguson and parts of St. Louis.  They are demanding justice for 18-year-old Michael Brown.  The unarmed African-American teen was shot and killed by a Ferguson police officer. This is the press release sent to St. Louis media: “Today, the senior command […]