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I’m the Emmy award winning Executive Producer of Interactive Content for KTVI and KPLR television. My team runs some of the top websites and social media in St. Louis. I write a lot of breaking news stories, produce viral videos and manage our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

I started working in television at KFXB-TV in Dubuque Iowa as a production assistant. After graduating from Webster University in St. Louis 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. Eventually I found my niche as the head of KPLR’s web department. Then I started working as a web producer at KTVI in 2008 after the stations entered a shared services agreement. Now, I am the head of the web department and a member of management at the stations.

Breaking news is now the focus of my attention. My team is often the first to confirm a story and alert our audience through our apps, social media and e-mail newsletters. We work with newscast producers to bridge the gap between online and on-air elements. My work during the protests following the shooting of Michael Brown led to an Emmy for breaking news.

Recent Articles
  • Greitens faces new charge for tampering with computer data

    ST. LOUIS — Missouri Governor Eric Greitens faces new charges from the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office over alleged wrongdoing concerning The Mission Continues charity during his campaign for governor. The statute of limitations was set to expire Sunday, April 22. Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley revealed earlier this week that an investigation concluded the governor may have committed felony tampering with computer data. Hawley said Greitens took a donor list from The Mission Continues and used it to help […]

  • Suspicious package at Fairview Heights IRS office reported by witnesses

    FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, IL – There is a large police presence outside an Illinois Internal Revenue Office. The emergency crews on the scene appear to involve federal investigators, as well as local police and EMS crews. FOX 2 has talked with the FBI offices in Illinois. A spokesman tells us he’ll have information for us once it is available. Several eyewitnesses say a suspicious package was received at the offices. That package may have contained a white powdery substance. The deadline […]

  • Smash-and-grab thieves hit jewelry kiosk at South County Mall

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Police are investigating another jewelry store smash and grab. An unknown number of suspects forced their way into South County Mall at around 3am. They took the jewelry out of a mall kiosk near the food court before fleeing. Police are now searching for clues from surveillance video.

  • Fatal north St. Louis car crash also injures 5 others

    ST. LOUIS, MO — A late night car crash kills at least one person in north St. Louis. It happened just before 11pm Thursday on Halls Ferry Road at McLaran Avenue. Two cars collided at the intersection.  Five other people were injured and taken to a hospital. No word on what caused the crash.

  • St. Louis City and County ranked 29th most polluted

    ST. LOUIS, MO — The American Lung Association gives St. Louis City and County a poor grade when it comes to air quality. St. Louis County received an ‘F’ for ozone and a ‘C’ for particle pollution.  Results in the city of St. Louis were similar with a ‘C’ for ozone and an ‘F’ for particle pollution. The cleanest city in the American Lung Association report is Anchorage. The most polluted, Los Angeles.

  • Power outage caused by sparking wires in south St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Home video captures images of electric lines sparking and catching fire Wednesday night in the St. Louis Hills Neighborhood of south St. Louis. A few dozen homes lost power. Ameren says power should be restored to the last 14 customers by 6am Thursday.

  • Weather postpones Wednesday’s Cards vs Cubs game

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Wednesday’s scheduled game between the Cards and Cubs in Chicago has been postponed. The St. Louis Cardinals say that today’s game will be played Thursday at 1:20pm. The Cubs tweet that the game is postponed because of the forecast for inclement weather. Tickets to today’s game will be honored at tomorrow’s makeup game. No ticket exchange is necessary. Today’s #STLCards game has been postponed. We will instead play tomorrow at 1:20 p.m. CDT. Tickets to today's […]

  • ‘Our souls are settled’: President George W. Bush posts heartfelt statement after his mother’s death

    From her family to those in the political world, many had words of praise and respect for former first lady Barbara Bush, who died at the age of 92. Former US President George W. Bush shared this moving tribute on his Facebook page: “My dear mother has passed on at age 92. Laura, Barbara, Jenna, and I are sad, but our souls are settled because we know hers was. Barbara Bush was a fabulous First Lady and a woman unlike any other who […]

  • Pedestrian struck during fatal accident on 141 in Town and Country

    Town and Country, Mo – Police are on the scene of a deadly accident. The Missouri Highway Patrol says a pedestrian was killed around 3:30am Wednesday on Highway 141 near Clayton Road. Crews on the scene say police are talking with the driver of a pick- up truck.  It is not known if the driver was involved in the accident or stopped to help. Police are not releasing the name, age or gender of the victim.

  • St. Louis County officers shoot, injure suspect in St. Louis City

    ST. LOUIS, MO — A St. Louis County Officer was involved in a shooting with a suspect in the St. Louis city Tuesday afternoon.  Police shot a 26-year-old man in the 4100 block of Camellia Avenue. The suspect was taken to the hospital for immediate surgery. The suspect is currently listed in critical condition. FOX 2’s Andy Banker reports that the suspect was shot at by four St. Louis County Police officers while the FBI’s Violent Gang Safe Streets Task Force […]

  • Greitens accused of criminal wrongdoing by AG Hawley

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A new political bombshell shakes the state of Missouri. It puts Governor Eric Greitens in more political trouble and potentially more legal peril. In a hastily called news conference, Attorney General Josh Hawley said Tuesday the governor may have committed a felony while fundraising for his gubernatorial campaign. Hawley said his office has evidence of criminal wrongdoing by the governor regarding his involvement with the charity The Mission Continues. Governor Greitens founded the organization several years ago to […]

  • The best 2018 tax-day discounts and freebies

    ST. LOUIS, MO — You have until midnight tonight to have your taxes filed.  If you need an extension, act now or it could be costly. The IRS’s “failure to file penalty” generally costs about five-percent of your total tax bill. For each month you don’t pay after 60-days , the minimum penalty becomes $210, or the full tax amount owed. Many businesses are offering tax-day discounts freebies. Firehouse Subs: Get a free medium sub after purchasing a full price medium or […]