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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.

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.

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Recent Articles
  • Suspect under arrest in Jamyla Bolden murder

    FERGUSON, MO (KTVI) – An arrest has been made in connection with the fatal shooting of a 9-year-old in Ferguson.  Ferguson police worked with St. Louis County police and the US Marshals office to arrest De’Eris Brown, 21, at a hospital on Wednesday.  Brown was not a patient at the hospital. He was there to see a family member. According to the probable cause statement he is charged with unlawful use of a weapon, armed criminal action and murder in the second […]

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    Medical examiner tells the Post-Dispatch that Ball-Bey had severed spinal cord

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – New information from the medical examiner may shed new light into the official report released by police in the shooting of Mansur Bal-Bey. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the armed 18-year-old was suffering from a severed spinal cord after a fatal encounter with officers. The Ball-Bey family attorney says this raises questions about the official account. They say it may be hard for the 18-year-old to run with a severed spinal cord. Dr. Michael Graham […]

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    Ferguson Mayor fires back at Trump’s claim of ‘gangs of illegal immigrants’

    FERGUSON, MO (KTVI)- GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump is raising eyebrows with his comments linking gangs in St. Louis and Ferguson to illegal immigrants. Trump has made several controversial comments on issues during his campaign and these latest words will likely have fallout as well. The comments came during a news conference Tuesday night in Dubuque, Iowa. Iowa, of course is a critical state in the presidential primaries and the election. Trump was asked a question about immigration, an issue […]

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    Joe Buck sticks up for St. Louis in Rams twitter tirade

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – There is a rumor that the St. Louis Rams may be leaving St. Louis for Los Angeles. MLB announcer and downtown restaurant owner Joe Buck went on the offensive on Twitter. He called out Rams owner Stan Kroenke and made a call for the NFL to remain in St. Louis. Some fans thought the uncharacteristic Tweets may mean his account was hacked. It appears it was not. Read a few of Joe Buck’s tweets here: Suck […]

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    Blue man breaks into Missouri business

    NEVADA, MO (KTVI) – Police are looking for a suspect in a robbery who concealed his identity by wearing a blue leotard. The Navada police department says a man broke into a business in the 2000 block of Austin Blvd early on Sunday morning. He brought a bag with him to help haul the loot. Contact Nevada police at 417-448-2710 if you have any information in this case.

  • Arrest made in toddler killed in shooting in north St. Louis County

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KTVI) – Homicide detectives with the St. Louis County Police Department are investigating the shooting death of a toddler in a north county neighborhood.  The 21-month-old boy was shot in the torso.  He was driven by a woman to  St. Mary’s Hospital where the he was pronounced dead. The toddler has been identified as Carter Epps. He lived in the 5300 block of College Ave in St. Louis, MO. Police say the shooting occurred at a residence in the 7700 block […]

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    3.5 earthquake shakes New Madrid fault north of Memphis

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The USGS reports that a 3.5 magnitude earthquake hit 16 miles northwest of Covington, TN at 8:26 a.m. WREG-TV reports no damage in the area. The New Madrid fault line is about twenty times larger than California’s famed San Andreas fault. The biggest earthquake in U.S. history happened in the New Madrid seismic zone in 1812.  The fault line has been more active over the last few years. Quakes have rattled residents in Illinois and Indiana over the last year.   Eastern […]

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    Man shot at Newstead and Enright near the Central West End

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A man has been shot near the intersection of N. Newstead and Enright. Police report the 20-year-old man has multiple gunshot wounds to his legs and torso. A white vehicle was seen leaving the scene. The victim has been taken to the hospital. Homicide detectives are now working this case. More details will be posted as this story develops.  

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    St. Louis man makes 75 Pixar pancakes in viral video

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – St. Louis is home to one talented pancake artist. Dan Drake, “Dr. Dan the Pancake Man,” may have just topped himself. He just released a video where he makes over 75 Pixar themed pancakes. Dan got his start at the Courtesy Diner on Kingshighway in south st. Louis. He would make creative pancakes by request for patrons. One night someone posted a picture of a Super Mario magic mushroom hotcake to Reddit. The rest is […]

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    “A little girl is dead” – Frustrated mom’s #BlackLivesMatter Facebook rant goes viral

    WARNING: LANGUAGE IN THIS VIDEO MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO SOME VIEWERS ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Peggy Hubbard is frustrated with #BlackLivesMatter protesters in St. Louis.   She is an African-American mother who says there is too much black on black crime. Hubbard says the demonstrators are marching for the wrong people.  They should be standing up for innocent victims killed every night in the streets of St. Louis. A 9-year-old girl was shot and killed on Tuesday night while doing homework […]

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    St. Louis to refund $5.6 million in red light camera tickets

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – St. Louis city says it will refund millions of dollars to drivers who paid for red-light camera tickets. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that roughly $5.6 million will be given back to motorists. But full refunds will only go to drivers who paid tickets between February of 2014 and this past Tuesday. Drivers who paid before that were given refunds through a class action settlement. Earlier this week the Missouri Supreme Court ruled parts of […]

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    Demonstrators gather at site of fatal shooting in north St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Protesters are gathering near the scene where a man was shot and killed by police on Wednesday in north St. Louis. The armed suspect pointed a gun at officers after running from the back of a home while they were trying to execute a search warrant. The home is located near the intersection of Page and Walton. Protesters are gathering in the area. They were marching to mark the anniversary of Powell’s death in downtown […]