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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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    “Get off my roads” – Sunset Hills mayor under investigation after cyclist hit by car

    SUNSET HILLS, MO (KTVI) – A cyclist claims the mayor of Sunset Hills ran his car into him knocking him off his bike on purpose. The mayor claims that’s not true and insists the cyclist started it all.  Sunset Hills Police are investigating which has the cyclist’s lawyer crying foul. Randy Murdick has won state-wide cycling races.  Murdick told about what happened Tuesday afternoon, “Literally hit me so hard it knocked the bike out from under me.” Murdick said his […]

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    GOP-led House authorizes lawsuit against Obama

    (CNN) — The Republican-led House approved a resolution on Wednesday authorizing Speaker John Boehner to sue President Barack Obama. The vote was 225-201. Republicans argue the President’s executive actions to change Obamacare and make other policy decisions on his own were unconstitutional because it’s the job of Congress to make or change laws. House authorization now allows GOP-leaders to have the suit filed in federal court. The time frame for that is not clear. Dems claim impeachment coming But Democrats […]

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    “Positivity Breeds Positivity” campaign starts after U.City shooting

    UNIVERSITY CITY, MO (KTVI) – A man was shot this weekend in Heman park at a University High School reunion, a second person was shot in the leg. Mario Wallace, 20, died from the wound. Now, a campaign is picking up steam on social media to stop the violence. People are taking pictures with the slogan, “Positivity Breeds Positivity.”  Many of the pictures sent to the FOX 2 Facebook page were tagged with “RIP Mario” others mentioned University City.  More […]

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    Ballwin traffic accident sends six to the hospital

    BALLWIN, MO (KTVI) –  A serious traffic accident has sent six people to the hospital, three are children.  The accident occoured at the intersecion of Manchester and Weidman on Wednesday afternoon. Victims were taken to St. Luke and Mercy hospitals to be treated. Crews from the police and fire departments are on the scene. MVA Manchester & Weidman. @WESTCOUNTYFIRE assist from Metro West. 6 patients transported, 3 children. http://t.co/K3pkR8loYo— westcountyfire (@WESTCOUNTYFIRE) July 30, 2014

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    Police looking for south county bank robber

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The US Bank located inside the Schnucks in the 5500 block of Telegraph was robbed Wednesday afternoon around 3:20 pm. Police are looking for a white van driven by a Caucasian male wearing a white baseball cap, and gray long sleeve t-shirt. Police say the man walked into the store headed to the U.S. Bank counter and handed a note to a teller demanding money. No weapon was displayed.

  • Senator McCaskill discusses local and international politics with Hancock & Kelley

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – FOX 2 is bringing together two of St. Louis’ best-known political strategists, John Hancock and Michael Kelley, for a half-hour of politics in prime time. Watch FOX 2’s Elliot Weiler, Missouri US Senator Claire McCaskill, and Hancock and Kelley for the inaugural edition of what is sure to be must-see political TV. The panel asks Senator McCaskill about the crisis in Ukraine, tensions in Israel and the immigration crisis along the southern US border. The […]

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    Grieving parents hit with $200,000 in student loans

    NEW YORK, NY — When his 27-year old daughter Lisa died suddenly of liver failure five years ago, Steve Mason was as devastated as any father would be. He and his wife Darnelle immediately took in Lisa’s three children — ages 4, 7 and 9 at the time — even though they knew it would be a huge struggle to support them. Steve earns less than $75,000 per year as a pastor, while Darnelle earns even less as a director […]

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    15 St. Louis Instagram accounts to follow

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) –  Out of all current social media sites, there is perhaps no one that rivals the creative spirit and energy of Instagram. The popular photo and video sharing app is a popular destination for photographers, both amateur and professional, to share their works and ideas with others. It’s also a great way for businesses to connect with their clients and fans by giving them a look at the inner workings of their daily operations. And since […]

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    Man with plastic bag on his head robs gas station

    (KTVI) – Belleville police are looking for a man suspected of robbing a Circle K convenience store on South Belt East. It happened early Friday morning. Surveillance camera pictures show the suspect wearing a plastic bag on his head and a blue plastic bag on his right hand. Authorities say the suspect approached the clerk and demanded  money with his covered hand.  He left the store with an unknown amount of money. The man was wearing a blue shirt with […]

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    Federal investigation reveals St. Louis office underpays veteran disability claims

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A federal investigation finds that one-third of veteran disability claims the St. Louis office processes either overpays or underpays qualified veterans. Most of the inaccurate claims were caused by office staff delaying the scheduling of medical exams for an average of nine months. Investigators will continue to watch for improper payments and will do follow up reports.

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    Acetaminophen may not relieve back pain

    Doctors often suggest taking acetaminophen for low back pain relief. But according to a new study, the popular painkiller isn’t any more effective in alleviating an aching back than letting the pain naturally subside. A study published Thursday in The Lancet found patients who took acetaminophen for low back pain had the same recovery time as those who took a placebo, or sugar pill. The study was partially funded by GlaxoSmithKline, a company that manufactures drugs containing acetaminophen. Researchers in […]

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    Is this model plus-sized? Instagram pic has many questioning the definition

    This model is considered plus-sized. Does that surprise you? A lot of other people are wondering the same thing. Robyn Lawley, 25 is Australian model getting a lot of attention for a photo that is going viral. She says she was unhappy with some of the plus-size swimwear she was seeing, so she decided to create her own line. Recently, the model took to Instagram to show off one of those designs. Hundreds of people liked and commented on the […]