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I'm the Executive Producer of Interactive Content in St. Louis Missouri for KTVI and KPLR television. I help make the websites hum and our social networks buzz. 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 worked in television since I was 17 years old. I started at KFXB-TV in Dubuque Iowa running the studio camera and working the teleprompter. I went to Webster University for television production and have worked at several other TV stations in the Midwest. I was a producer in Springfield / Champaign Illinois at WRSP/WCCU. I also worked in Cincinnati Ohio at WSTR as a promotions producer before moving back to St. Louis.

Now, I live in South City and am an active member of my neighborhood association.

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    Neighbor shoots at neighbor in St. Peters subdivision

    ST. PETERS, MO (KTVI) – Police say neighbors in the Hunting Creek subdivision were firing gunshots at each other.  The incident occurred just off Knaust and Laura Hill. There are no injuries reported in this incident.  Police are on the scene and one neighbor is in custody. More details will be posted as this story develops.

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    St. Louis man gets probation for hitting kitten

    ST. LOUIS (AP) _ A St. Louis man has pleaded guilty to fatally striking his 5-month-old kitten. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports 23-year-old Andres Wiltz pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of animal abuse on Monday. Police say Wiltz brought the kitten to a veterinarian in December. They say the kitten was pale, cold and straining to breathe. The veterinarian determined the kitten had chest and kidney bruising, a large tear in its right lung and a broken pelvis and […]

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    Did we surrender? The mystery over who replaced US flags on the Brooklyn bridge with white flags

    BROOKLYN, NY (PIX11) – New York police are trying to figure out who replaced two American flags on top of the Brooklyn bridge with white flags.  White flags are typically raised to signify a surrender.  The dual US flags are a common sight in the New York skyline.  Investigators are trying to discover who replaced the landmarks unnoticed. WPIX-TV reports that the white flag flying over the Manhattan-side tower had been taken down by 11am Eastern. A tweet from @BicycleLobby […]

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    Watch “Handy” Weird Al’s parody of Iggy Azalea’s hit song

    “Handy,” the 4th of 8 music videos from Al’s new album, Mandatory Fun. This time Yankovic parodys Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy.” The result is a lot of construction workers dancing like little girls. Previous stories: Watch Weird Al’s latest video “Foil” – A conspiratorial parody of Lorde’s “Royals” Watch “Word Crimes” Weird Al’s parody of Robin Thicke’s hit song

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    Man surrenders to SWAT Team after shooting a shotgun in his home

    WENTZVILLE, MO (KTVI) – A man has been arrested for shooting a shotgun inside his home.  A neighbor called police complaining that pellets were falling onto his home.  When police arrived they heard Jason Marschuetz, 39, shooting. The SWAT team was called in to negotiate with Marschuetz.  Police say he was the only one home and was upset over a personal matter.  Crisis negotiators attempted to negotiate with him and failed.  Several more shots were heard inside the home.  The […]

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    Watch “Word Crimes” Weird Al’s parody of Robin Thicke’s hit song

    Weird Al Yankovic is hyping his new album “Mandatory Fun” by releasing 8 new videos over 8 days. His latest video is a parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines.” Weird Al’s version “Word Crimes” uses slick editing to call attention to some of the worst grammatical errors on the web, in print and social media. On Monday he channeled Pharrell with “Tacky,” a parody of Oscar-nominated “Happy.” Weird Al enlisted famous faces Eric Stonestreet, Kristen Schaal and Jack Black to […]

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    Missing St. Peters teen found safe

    Update: The ST. PETERS, MO (KTVI) – Police were for a teen who has been missing since July 8th.  Police say that Tiy Salazar, 15, ran away from home after a disagreement with his parents.  He lives at a home near Laurel Park. A statement from police says, “The juvenile has been located safely and is back home with his family. Thank you to everyone who kept their eyes out for him and the few who did have information who […]

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    Alderwoman Jennifer Florida appointed St. Louis Recorder of Deeds

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Mayor Francis Slay has appointed a new Recorder of Deeds for the City of St. Louis.  Jennifer Florida will fill the position vacated by Sharon Carpenter. Florida will also be resigning from her elected post as Alderwoman for the city’s 15th ward. According to a release from the office of the Mayor,” Florida took the oath of office, administered by Circuit 22 Judge Steven Ohmer, on Monday morning.  Under state law, Mayor Slay appointed Florida […]

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    Daugher charged with murder of 82-year-old father

    GRANITE CITY, IL (KTVI) – Charges were filed Friday against a 54 year old woman accused of murdering her elderly father.  Diane Kelly is facing two counts of First Degree Murder. If convicted, she faces 20-60 years in prison. Woodrow Dilday, 82, was found dead in his home on Harding, early Thursday. The Madison County Coroner says he died from blunt force trauma to his head. Police say that Kelly hit her father in the head multiple times with a […]

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    Flooding closes Mississippi river to recreational traffic

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Part of the upper Mississippi river will be closed to recreational vessel traffic starting this Thursday. The Coast Guard is concerned that flood waters could be a danger to watercraft. The Mississippi is predicted to reach above 30 feet on Thursday night. According to a statement from the Coast Guard they will be closing the river between Lock and Dam 27 in Granite City, Illinois and the Jefferson Barrack Bridge in St. Louis at 4 […]

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    Big Muddy Blues Fest announces national artist line-up

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Some big acts are coming to downtown St. Louis for the area’s biggest blues music festival. Local and national artists will play three stages at Laclede’s Landing on August 30-31 for Big Muddy Blues fest. Festival goers will experience a full range of Blues styles, from Louisiana, Chicago, St. Louis and more throughout the newly rebuilt cobblestone streets of the Landing. National and Regional Touring Artist Line-up: Saturday, August 30th Atlanta, Ga. artist Tinsley Ellis […]

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    Follow the Rams on “Cast”

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The Rams are the launch partner of a new app called “Cast.” Matt Sebek of the St. Louis sports website JoeSportsFan.com says that the Rams are looking to do some amazing things with the new app. Part of the app’s description reads, “Cast is an iPhone app to poll friends privately or the world publicly. It allows brands and businesses to gain insight from real people.” Answer the Rams polls on “Cast” – Download the […]