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Dan Gray joined the KPLR News team in November 2008. He co-anchors News 11 at 7pm on KPLR with Melanie Moon and reports weekdays for FOX 2 News.

From 2004-2008 he worked as an anchor/reporter for KTVI. He co-anchored FOX 2 News at 5 p.m. with Mandy Murphey and reported for the 9 p.m. newscast.

From 1992 to 2003, Gray was an anchor/reporter for KSDK-TV in St. Louis. He also worked as an anchor/reporter at KOVR-TV in Sacramento, California and KETV-TV in Omaha, Nebraska.

Dan has won six Emmys including the "Best Anchor" Emmy award four times.

He has interviewed presidents, celebrities and covered Pope John Paul II's visit to St. Louis and the Pope's Funeral in Rome.

Dan is a native St. Louisan and a frequent speaker for charity and civic organizations. He has been active in the American Cancer Society, Backstoppers, St. Vincent's Home For Children and The Salvation Army.


Recent Articles
  • Flash flooding turns Bridgeton street into a lake; basements ruined

    BRIDGETON, MO (KTVI) – Flash flooding turned a Bridgeton street into a lake Wednesday night. Residents on Melody Lane are angry that no one is taking responsibility for the flooding. At least six homes on the street were flooded after a fast downpour. But the residents here do not believe it’s all Mother Nature’s fault. They suspect the problem is beyond a wooden fence at the end of the cul-de-sac. They said excavating or construction work was done at a […]

  • SLU researchers working to extend lives of ALS patients

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a devastating disease with no cure. But research happening right now at Saint Louis University could increase the life span of ALS patients. A 63-year-old Shrewsbury man is one of three ALS patients in the St. Louis area to receive a new type of implant to combat respiratory insufficiency and assist in their breathing. Sooner or later, ALS will attack every muscle in a patient’s body, making it impossible to move […]

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    Arraignment set for man in Ferguson police shooting

    CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) _ The man accused of shooting two police officers during a protest in Ferguson is slated to appear in court. Twenty-year-old Jeffrey L. Williams is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday on charges of felony assault, armed criminal action and a weapons offense. Williams is accused of wounding a St. Louis County officer and a Webster Groves officer on March 12 during an early morning rally sparked by the resignation of Ferguson’s police chief. Both officers survived. The […]

  • Phillips 66 robbed in North St. Louis County

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – A Phillips 66 gas station was robbed just after 4 am Saturday morning at Chambers Road and Green Valley Drive in North St. Louis County was robbed. The gas station has surveillance cameras and extra security inside. Customers are allowed into a lobby area but not the area where items are on shelves. The clerk must get the items customers want to buy and hand them through a sliding window. It’s not known how the robber […]

  • Group seeking Ferguson mayor recall finally able to turn in petition

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A group seeking the recall of the Mayor of Ferguson was unsuccessful in turning in their petition on Tuesday because the City Clerk was out of the office. They were able to turn in those signatures at City Hall Thursday. A citizens and protest group called Ground Level Support says the petition to recall Mayor James Knowles was in response to the August shooting death of Michael Brown and a Department of Justice report that […]

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    Martin Duggan dies; Globe-Democrat editor, ‘Donnybrook’ host

    ST. LOUIS (AP) _ Martin Duggan, longtime editorial page editor of the old St. Louis Globe-Democrat and host for 23 years of the local TV public affairs show “Donnybrook,” has died. Duggan died Wednesday at his home an undisclosed cause, according to KETC-TV, the St. Louis public TV station that airs “Donnybrook.” He was 93. Duggan was known for conservative editorials until losing his job when the Globe-Democrat was sold in 1984. On “Donnybrook,” he served as “provocateur,” host and […]

  • Copper thieves hit Fairview Heights strip mall AC units

    FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, IL (KTVI) – Copper thieves were busy over the holiday weekend causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage to air conditioning units in Fairview Heights.   The stolen air conditioning units caused several stores not to have air conditioning for a while. The thefts occurred at the Market Place Shopping Center near I-64 and Highway 159 in Fairview Heights where six stores had their air conditioning units damaged by thieves late Saturday night or early Sunday morning. When […]

  • Holt High School students arrested for senior prank

    WENTZVILLE, MO (KTVI) – A group of Wentzville students faces felony charges after a senior prank and they were arrested in front of the entire school. According to police, sometime late Tuesday or early Wednesday morning, the 10 seniors got into Holt High School through an unlocked window. The students made their way to an atrium near the cafeteria, where three large exotic trees planted in pots were stolen. School officials said the 20 to 25 foot trees are believed […]

  • St. Charles County Police to start carrying items to comfort children

    ST. CHARELS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – When St. Charles County Police respond to domestic crimes, sometimes children can be frightened of officers, particularly if a parent is arrested. But starting this week officers began carrying backpack comfort items in their squad cars, filled with age appropriate items from infants to teenagers to help comfort them in a time of crisis.

  • Senator Rand Paul says he quietly visited Ferguson during unrest

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-Presidential candidate, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), made a campaign stop in Missouri Friday and revealed to FOX 2 hat he quietly visited Ferguson about six months ago. The Republican Kentucky senator says he met with community leaders and state lawmakers in the north St. Louis County town. He was critical of police militarization and he called for reform of the justice system. “One of the things that I want to do is make criminal justice more just,” […]

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    Teacher fired from Lindbergh years after teen sex charges

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The Lindbergh school district has fired a suspended teacher, accused of sexual misconduct with a student. Former Lindbergh high track coach James Wilder was charged with having sex with a 16 year old female student in 1996 and 1997. The victim came forward with the accusations in 2013 and Wilder was placed on administrative leave with pay. St. Louis County Police charged him with the sex crimes but later the charges were dropped after the […]

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    Disturbing Facebook MetroLink video shows no one breaking up fight

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Video of a fight between two girls on a MetroLink train hit social media Friday. No one tries to break up the fight on the train during the minute and a half clip.  Metro has released a statement about the fight. The video was sent to FOX 2 on Friday through a Facebook message.  The cell phone video shows two girls, apparently teenagers,  fighting.  One girl clearly dominates the other girl knocking her to the […]