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Angie Mock joined FOX 2 as the anchor of FOX 2 News in the Morning from 4:00-5:00 in March 2011. Angie will also contribute throughout the morning newscasts.

She came to St. Louis from KOKH FOX 25 in Oklahoma City, OK where she co-anchored the 4-hour morning show, reported breaking news and conducted daily interviews. While at FOX 25, she was very active in the community by serving as the board media member and spokesperson for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the ambassador for the “Go Red” for Women campaign and as spokesperson for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Prior to her job in Oklahoma City, Angie was a Sports Anchor/Reporter for KECI-TV (NBC) in Missoula, MT, where she anchored, reported, produced, shot and edited sportscasts on weekends, as well as anchoring a weekly coach’s show. Angie has also held news and sports reporting/anchoring jobs in Austin, MN and Lincoln, NE.

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She is a graduate of St. Cloud University (the same university as FOX 2’s Margie Ellisor) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Broadcasting and a Minor in Speech Communications. She is a member of the National Society of Professional Journalism.

A true sports fan, Angie is thrilled to be working in St. Louis, a city with a rich tradition of successful pro sports teams, and an incredibly loyal fan base.


Recent Articles
  • Animal Cruelty Task Force to investigate dog found shot

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – A dog was shot in the Carondelet neighborhood Tuesday morning. The pit bull mix lost a lot of blood and had to be euthanized at the Missouri Humane Society after being shot in the shoulder around 10 am Tuesday morning. Neighbors are baffled after learning a dog was shot and later found at the intersection of Eiler Street and Virginia Avenue. Pitbulls have the reputation for being aggressive but police don’t know if this was an […]

  • Muny attendance up due to cooler summer weather

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The Muny experienced a packed house Monday night with the help of Mother Nature. People showed up with jeans, long sleeve tee shirts and brought blankets. Temperatures dipped down in the 50’s and over 9-thousand people took advantage of a night under the stars. The Muny just installed 750-thousand dollars in cooling fans but there was no need to turn them on. Musical lovers started lining up for free seats at 4:00 pm. Follow Angie Mock […]

  • Family brings adoptive son home after 7 year delay in Guatemala

    (KTVI) – It  was a tearful homecoming seven years in the making.  A family will spend their first night together in St. Louis after a long-fought battle to adopt a little boy from Guatemala. The boy got to meet his extended family at Lambert Airport Friday night.   There wasn’t a dry eye in the terminal when Carrie and Jason Kern brought their 7-year-old son Hudson home for the first time.   They had been waiting for seven years to finally be […]

  • Defibrillator saves St. Ann detective’s life

    (KTVI)– A defibrillator was used to save a St. Ann detective’s life. But if it wasn’t for the quick thinking of a couple of Dave Campos’ colleagues who knew how to use the device, he wouldn’t be here today. At around one o clock Wednesday, Campos was in the break room. According to Detective Jason West, he felt shooting pain in chest. He went to grab heart burn medicine in the cabinet and hit the ground. One of the detectives […]

  • St. Louisans enjoy nice summer weather

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Many people dined out trying to enjoy a string of cooler nights planned for the St Louis area this week. Cooler temperatures are making a few business owners a little worried; Mike Madden the night manager at Tropicania Bowl said they just installed a new air conditioning system and business has been slow. He’d like to see more people utilize the bowling alley more when things heat up. Until then, events like “Jamming at the Zoo” […]

  • Highland pitcher’s family catches his debut at Busch Stadium

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – A former Highland Illinois stand out is pitching on St. Louis’ biggest stage, and almost all of Jake Odorizzi`s family is here from Highland Illinois to see it.  Highland Illinois is where Jake led the Highland Bulldogs to a state championship. He was drafted in the first round by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2008. Worked a couple of years in the minors but this year, he`s working in the big leagues and starting for Tampa Bay. […]

  • New technology helping to diagnose concussions

    ST. CHARLES COUNTY (KTVI) – High school concussions have doubled in the last decade but a base-line test is giving athletic directors and coaches’ confidence sending kids back to play after they’ve sustained a concussion. Last year the Timberland high school boy’s varsity soccer coach had 6 concussions on his team and three were severe. He said, “Who knows what would have happened after a second hit.” The program “impact” has been giving high school kids in the Wentzville school […]

  • Mike Shannon celebrates 75th birthday

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)– The Moon Man hits the three-quarter century mark. Cardinals broadcaster Mike Shannon celebrated his 75th birthday Thursday night. Mike pretty much knows everyone. The governor of Missouri showed up to thank Mike for all he’s done throughout his career and he’s not the only one. Two really good friends of his that need no introduction, Red Schoendienst and Whitey Herzog said Mike knows sooo many people. He was such a great athlete growing up as QB at […]

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    Ducklings rescued after fall

    FENTON, MO (KTVI) – A mother duck was separated from her ducklings at SSM St. Clare Health Center in St. Louis. An hour later, the ducklings were saved from a storm water drain. Workers saw two little duckling fall through a grate at around 10:30am. That’s when Chad Riley, who’s a painter and carpenter at the hospital sprang into action. Riley and a couple of his colleagues quickly pulled the grate off and were able to capture one of the […]

  • St. Louisans give back at Jon Brough’s blood drive

    BELLEVILLE, IL (KTVI) – Former Belleville police officer Jon Brough is a man who dedicated his life to helping others. But in 2006 Sergeant Jon Brough’s life changed forever when he was shot in the face while entering a home as part of a tactical response team trying to apprehend a murder suspect. Brough was transported to a hospital in critical condition, undergoing immediate surgery, receiving over 12 units of blood. Now, after undergoing more than 25 surgeries, Brough is […]

  • Churches aiding refugees in St. Louis area

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Last weekend the story of the tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors from Central America being held in U.S. border towns struck a cord with many at the St. Martin’s Episcopal Church community.  St. Louis Interfaith Partnership along with St. Martin’s are holding a diaper drive through the month of July to help refugees that have been placed here.  All donations made stay in the St. Louis area.  St Louis Interfaith also has another program for […]

  • Depressed lanes in front of Arch closed this weekend

    (KTVI) – All the depressed lanes in front of the arch in downtown st. Louis are closed for the weekend. The work is critical to the future of the renovations around the Archgrounds. MoDOT is bringing in large steel beams to place over the highway. Crews will place 40 girders across the highway.  Each beam weighs 14 tons and is 100 feet long.  Crews are going to place massive beams over the depressed lanes in order to start the structure […]