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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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    VIDEO: Rams fans and Ferguson protesters clash in St. Louis

    WARNING: THIS VIDEO CONTAINS LANGUAGE THAT SOME VIEWERS MAY FIND OFFENSIVE ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Rams fans and protesters clashed this afternoon at the corner of Broadway and Cole in downtown St. Louis, according to a police report.  Two groups of 20-25 people argued and fought. Police arrested two protesters, one being a juvenile, for assault. A St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter witnessed the incident.  The newspaper reports that a fan appeared to spit on one of the protesters.  The […]

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    Police find missing St. Louis man

    COLLINSVILLE, IL (KTVI) – Police found a missing St. Louis man after he went missing Saturday night.  Frank Perry, 31, has been found safe in St. Louis, MO. Perry told a family member that he needed a ride home from work at around 10pm.   He works at a warehouse in Pontoon Beach, Illinois.  Perry told his family member he was walking on Interstate 270 near Granite City, Illinois.  He also said he thought a police car had stopped nearby. Perry […]

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    Passenger jumps out of moving vehicle onto I-70 near Lambert

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) -A passenger in a moving vehicle jumped out while on westbound I-70 Friday afternoon.    Police say the driver and the passenger were both Lambert Airport employees.  They were coming back from lunch when the passenger started acting strangely.  The driver  tried to restrain the passenger.  But, he was successful in jumping out of the car onto the highway. The jumper was not struck by another vehicle.  The victim was taken to the hospital by ambulance.  The […]

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    Ebola patient speaks to the world from her hospital bed

    One of the nurses who contracted Ebola while treating a patient at a Texas hospital is speaking to the public.   A YouTube video recorded from  Nina Pham’s hospital bed has just been posted. In the video Pham’s doctor asks if there is anything that she needs.  That is when Nina starts crying.   Dr. Gary Weinstein says, “Happy tears are OK. Otherwise, no tears.  No crying.  It is not allowed.” Nina says, “I love you guys.” Weinstein responds, “We love you Nina.” […]

  • The Humane Society of Missouri is looking for donations of sheets and towels

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The Humane Society of Missouri  is looking for donations.  The need blankets, towels and sheets at all locations. It doesn’t matter iof they’re new, used, twin sets to king size, fleece and comforters.  They want them all. The organization serves more than 75,000 animals a year. Their washers and dryers are also working 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Drop donations off at any of the three Humane Society of Missouri locations. But, […]

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    Patient at risk for Ebola at University of Kansas Hospital

    KANSAS CITY, KS — A patient who recently worked on a medical boat off the west coast of Africa contacted the University of Kansas Hospital on Monday morning.  The hospital says that the patient has a low-to-moderate risk of Ebola. The patient is being kept in strict isolation and tests are being done to determine a diagnosis, according to a press release.  A team of health professionals is working with the possible patient.  They who will not treat others until […]

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    #MoralMonday protesters march at Plaza Frontenac

    LADUE, MO (KTVI) – Demonstrators took their message to an upscale mall in suburban St. Louis on Monday. Plaza Frontenac is anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and home to many stores offering expensive items.  Protesters seeking justice for the shooting death of Michael Brown took their message to the mall on Monday.  They held signs and shouted demands at shoppers.  The protest wrapped up in about 20 minutes. Activists holding up signs in Plaza Frontenac mall in a […]

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    Jon Hamm explains what makes Cardinal Nation so great

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Jon Hamm is an actor from St. Louis. You may have seen him on the hit AMC TV show, “Mad Men.” He is also a huge Cardinal baseball fan. He tells Sports Illustrated what makes Cardinal Nation so great. Hamm explains, “The interesting about Cardinals Nation is its location is in the center in the country. In the 1950’s and ’60s there was really only the Cubs to the north and not much else. KMOX […]

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    Cardinals tie NLCS in St. Louis, beat Giants 5-4

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A roller coaster ride of a game ended with the Cardinals beating the Giants 5-4.  St. Louis played San Fransisco in game two of the National League Central Division Series Sunday night. St. Louis ties the series after a loss on Saturday night. The Cards started the game with a lead.  Matt Carpenter’s home run in the 3rd inning was followed by Adams scoring in the 4th inning.  Rookie Randal Grichuk’s single put the home […]

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    Andy Cohen says one Cardinal superstition has to end for a series win

    St. Louis native Andy Cohen has a theory about what will get the Cards a win. The host of “Watch what happens LIVE” on the Bravo says there is one tradition that needs to go.  Play the video for his irreverent answer. He predicts the Cardinals will win the NLCS series.He is biased. Cohen is such a big Cards fan that he named his dog after pitcher Michael Wacha.

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    Mike Brown protesters march in Ferguson

    FERGUSON, MO (KTVI) – Demonstrators started to gather near the Ferguson Police department at around 9pm Friday night.  They were in the area to protest the use of excessive force by police. Mike Brown, 18, was shot and killed by a Ferguson police officer in August.  Demonstrations broke soon after the shooting.  Now, protesters are back in St. Louis as part of a, “Weekend of Resistance.”  6,000 people are in the area to stand with the movement that began with […]

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    Michael Brown’s family issues a statement to protesters

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Demonstrations have erupted in the weeks and months following the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.  He was shot and killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri on August 9th. The family issued the following statement to the media through a lawyer.  The statement comes during the planned Weekend of Resistance.”  More than 6,000 people say they plan to participate in the various protests and rallies this weekend. ” While we respect every citizen’s right […]