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Anthony is an award-winning reporter from Minneapolis. His passion for
writing and public speaking led him to a career in broadcast
journalism. Anthony is a 2009 graduate of the University of Minnesota,
where he was a Ronald E. McNair Scholar. During college, he interned
at Twin Cities Public Television, KARE-TV and the U.S. House of
Representatives. He also studied abroad in Mexico. His reporting
career began in Alexandria, MN and he most recently worked in Dayton,
OH.

When Anthony is not working he enjoys spending time with his son,
watching movies and reading memoirs. He is a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated.


Recent Articles
  • Five killed in four separate accidents overnight

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – At least five people were killed in four separate crashes overnight. The first of the fatal crashes happened around midnight on northbound I-55 near the Butler Hill Road exit. A tractor trailer blew a tire and was rear ended by a 2010 Dodge Avenger. The car went underneath the tractor trailer and the female driver, 32-year-old Erin Nabe-Jenkins, was killed. She is from Imperial, MO. The second crash also happened around midnight. A car went […]

  • Police: 8-year-old shows up at school with gunshot wound after mom shot

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A woman was found Tuesday morning with a gunshot to her lower leg after a confrontation what police thought were car thieves.  Her son showed up to school with a minor gunshot wound to his leg after the gun battle.  Later that day the father was arrested fora large amount of marijuana found in the home. The family lives in a home in the 3900 block of Lafeyette had the garage door open and their […]

  • ‘Historic’ storm prepares to slam Northeast; airlines cancel flights

    BRIDGETON, MO (KTVI)– Someday you may tell your grandchildren about the Blizzard of 2015. The National Weather Service, which isn’t prone to exaggeration, is using terms like “life-threatening” and “historic” to describe the weather system taking aim at the Northeast, with the worst to expected hit Monday night into Tuesday. The first big storm of the year may drop up to 3 feet of snow on Boston and New York before it ends Tuesday, with freezing rain and strong wind […]

  • Kettlebell workouts burn fat, build strength

    HAZELWOOD, MO (KTVI)- Working out using kettlebells has become very popular. These cannonball-like weights offer the benefits of dumbbell training plus core conditioning. Use them for explosive exercises that work major muscles, burn fat, and build strength. Arthur Shivers III is the owner of Generation 3 Fitness in Hazelwood, MO has some tips for adding a little slide to your workout. You’ll find Arthur at GSG Fitness Studio at 5912 Lindbergh or online at Generation3Fitness.com.

  • New book, “The Tapping”, inspired by real life events

    (KTVI)- A new crime thriller by Howard J. Levinson is inspired by real events. “The Tapping” is a tale of murder, organized crime, law-enforcement corruption, and supernatural forces as the souls of two murdered children demand justice and revenge. Levinson drew from his 30 years of service as a medic and Homicide, Organized Crime, Undercover Narcotics and Anti-Terrorism task force detective in the St. Louis area when writing the novel. Levinson will be signing copies of “The Tapping” on Sunday, […]

  • Scott Air Force Base unveils new Transport Isolation System

    SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, IL (KTVI) – Officials at Scott Air Force Base unveiled a new tool that’ll help protect troops and medical staff combat the spread of deadly diseases. The transportation isolation system (TIS) is the military’s newest weapon in fighting the spread of diseases like Ebola by allowing several infected patients to be transported by air in safe conditions. “It’s really made to protect everyone on the outside from anybody who may have an infectious disease on the […]

  • 2015 St. Louis Auto Show runs January 22-25

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- The 2015 St. Louis Auto Show is gearing up and will be ready this weekend. The show features over 500 new cars, the Million Dollar Mile, Ride & Drive events and more. The annual St. Louis Auto Show starts Thursday at noon at the Edward Jones Dome. It runs through Sunday and is a family friendly event, according to organizers. The show will also include a charity fundraiser featuring Country Music superstars, Big & Rich. General […]

  • Pastor at historic Atlanta church speaks at SLU’s Dr. King event

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- The senior pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Rev. Raphael Warnock, spoke about several controversial topics at Saint Louis University Friday. His speech was part of a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, who preached at Ebenezer Baptist years ago. “I think it’s important to celebrate Dr. King’s voice, but it’s more important to carry out his work,” Rev. Warnock said. He addressed several issues during his speech, including recent protests in Ferguson and New […]

  • Know Before You Go: Numerous road closures due downtown ramp removal

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- You could encounter some traffic trouble in downtown St. Louis this weekend. MoDOT is removing the ramp from westbound I-44 to the eastbound Poplar Street Bridge. Several lane closures take effect starting Friday at 8:00pm. All lanes and ramps in both directions on I-44 will be closed between the Tucker ramp and Seventh and Park. Crews will also close all lanes and ramps on northbound I-55 from Gravois to the bridge. 4 options (and one future […]

  • Hotel manager among 6 murdered in St. Louis overnight

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- St. Louis homicide detectives are trying to piece together six separate murders that happened between 7 p.m. Wednesday and 3 a.m. Thursday.  So far there have been three suspects arrested in the five separate shooting incidents. The manager at the Drury Inn near Hampton Avenue and I-44 was shot to death during a robbery attempt, according to police. They believe the suspects walked into the hotel and demanded money. Police said when the manager refused to […]

  • Spike in crime has police moving resources downtown

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- A spike in crimes ranging from car break-ins to murder in downtown St. Louis has police shifting resources to the area. The plan starts with the police department using a new intelligence center to monitor everything. It’s all an effort to make people feel safe. Criminals have really been targeting cars in recent weeks, according to police. It has pushed more people to use parking lots instead of free street parking or just avoid downtown all […]

  • Pizza delivery driver robbed at gunpoint in south city

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- A Papa John’s pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint while making a delivery near California and Gravois around 10 p.m. Monday, according to the driver. The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said two men approached the driver with a gun and stole his wallet. The suspects raced away from the scene in a white pick-up truck. The male victim called 911 and then started following the suspects in his car. He was hoping to lead […]