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I’m the Emmy award-winning Executive Producer of Interactive Content for KTVI and KPLR television. I manage some of the top websites and social media in St. Louis.

I write breaking news stories, produce viral videos and manage our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. 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
  • Kelly Chase leaving Blues broadcast team after 18 years

    ST. LOUIS, MO — The Blues broadcast team of Kelly Chase and Chris Kerber is breaking up after 18 years on KMOX and KTRS. Chase is taking a position within the Blues organization to, “bring new business to the club through his work and connections.” The broadcast team is now searching for a new co-host for Kerber. Kelly Chase also played with the St. Louis Blues.  He posted this message to Twitter: “With all of gratitude in the world I […]

  • Suspect in wild stolen dump truck chase back in police custody

    ST. LOUIS, MO — US Marshal service tells FOX 2 that Joseph MacDonald is back to custody and is in the St. Louis City Justice Center. He is the suspect in a high-profile police pursuit of a stolen dump truck that was released from before prosecutors could charge him. The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office issued the charges against the 39-year-old over two weeks ago. However, the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department City Police Department said those charges were issued […]

  • Six involved in MetroLink retaliation assault; police search for 3 suspects

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – The St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged three men Friday for allegedly beating a man on a westbound MetroLink train between the Rock Road station and the UMSL South station earlier this week. Police said they’re still searching for three additional suspects, pictured in surveillance video taken from the attack. The suspects in custody were identified as Jahma Swanigan, Jody Dale, and Eddie Price. Price and Dale were identified from the MetroLink surveillance video. They […]

  • Police search for woman who walked out after $120 haircut

    BALWIN, Mo. – Police are searching for a woman who left without paying for her $120 haircut and color treatment from Salons by JC at the Manchester Meadows Shopping Center. She told her hair stylist Thursday at around 10pm that her name is “Donna” and she lives near the location. “Donna” is described as a heavy-set white female wearing a white tank top, black shorts, and flip-flops. She left in a car that was last seen traveling West on Manchester […]

  • Traffic backed up after extreme heat buckles Jefferson Barracks Bridge joint

    ST. LOUIS, MO —  Traffic is backed up on the approach to the Jefferson Barracks Bridge near I-255 at Lindbergh in south St. Louis County. Two eastbound lanes are closed and the highway is down to one lane. MoDOT crews are doing an emergency repair after a joint buckled due to the extreme heat.  Steer clear if you have plans to travel in that area. Two eastbound lanes will be closed until 1pm, and one lane will be closed until 3pm.

  • Three things to remember on Flag Day

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Today commemorates the adoption of the United States flag on June 14th, 1777. Betsy Ross is credited with sewing the first American flag. As we celebrate old glory, here’s a few thing to remember: Don’t let the flag touch the ground If you display it on the wall The star field should be on the left side- to the observer. Coincidentally, Flag Day also happens to be President Trump’s birthday. He turns 72-years-old.

  • Joe Biden in St. Louis for ‘American Promise’ tour

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Former Vice President Joe Biden is stopping in St. Louis today. It’s part of his American Promise Tour. Biden will be at the Peabody Opera House Thursday night at 7:30pm. He’ll discuss the big political moments of his career, life-altering choices he made, and the traits that have helped him persevere through challenges. Tickets are still available and range from $42 to $247.  

  • Turning waste into compost with Total Organics Recycling

    ST. LOUIS- 40% of the world’s food supply is wasted, and 65% of what is thrown in the trash is wasted. Sara Koziatek , marketing coordinator at Total Organics Recycling was here at FOX 2 to explain turning trash into compost. For more information, visit: totalorganicsrecycling.com    

  • Missouri Airman returns for burial in Phelps County

    ST. CLAIR, MO — The body of an Air Force Staff Sergeant From St. Clair, Missouri returns Friday. Ethan Million, 24, died last week while on duty in Montana. His body returns home to Lambert Airport around 9:15am. Million’s funeral is at 11am Saturday at the Anutt Community Church in Phelps County. He will be buried in Edgar Springs.

  • Gov. Greitens announces pardons and clemency decisions before resignation

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO –  Missouri Governor Eric Greitens has decided to issue five pardons, and commute four sentences Friday.  He is expected to resign from office at 5pm Friday. Greitens issued this statement Friday afternoon: “The ability to make wrong things right, for Missourians who have not gotten fair treatment from our criminal justice system, is one of the most solemn and precious abilities of a Governor. I believe in justice, and I believe that with these actions today—justice will […]

  • Accident reconstruction team at serious Chesterfield multi-vehicle crash

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Chesterfield Police and Fire Departments are responding to a multi-vehicle crash with life-threating injuries at Clayton Road and Baxter Road.   An accident reconstruction team is on the scene. Avoid the area if possible. More details will be posted as this story develops. Refresh this page for the latest update.

  • Gov. Greitens signing 77 bills into law before leaving office

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is signing various bills into law in the final hours before he resigns from office. First lady Sheena Greitens tweeted a message Friday saying her husband had signed two bills containing provisions “to help Missouri’s vulnerable kids.” Her tweet includes a photo of Greitens signing the legislation. This morning @EricGreitens signed SB800 & SB819, containing a number of provisions to protect & help Missouri's vulnerable kids. I worked for much of last […]