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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
  • Return of Dutch victims from shoot down impacting Webster Groves field trip

    WEBSTER GROVES, MO (KTVI)– A group of St. Louis teenagers in the Netherlands for a soccer camp are learning more than how to improve their skills. The Webster Groves Soccer Club Team set out to visit Holland to learn more about playing high level international soccer matches. But since the shoot down of Maylasia Airlines flight 17 in Ukraine, they have been witness to a nation in mourning. 193 passengers aboard that Malaysian flight were Dutch citizens.   Military cargo planes […]

  • Gateway Greening hit by thieves again

    (KTVI)– A St. Louis non-profit organization that promotes gardening in urban neighborhoods has been hit by thieves again. Some thieves in the St. Louis area have been stealing a lot of garden tools lately. The City Seeds Urban Farm along Pine Street in downtown St. Louis is operated by Gateway Greening. Earlier this month, three weed whips were stolen from this location valued at over $1,000. Just earlier this week, there was another burglary at a Gateway Greening location along […]

  • St. Louis man urging Honduran families not to make dangerous trip across U.S. border

    (KTVI)– A St. Louis business owner is caught in the middle of the immigration crisis. Bob Wamhoff of Wamhoff Financial has been working for 12 years to help destitute families in Honduras. His office is lined with pictures of the people whose lives have been changed by his “Just Because We Care Foundation.” Bob and his wife Dianne visit Honduras three or four times a year. They have raised nearly $2 million to help 1,000 adults and children who live […]

  • Vandals slash tires and smash windows in Lemay

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – St. Louis County Police are working a series of vandalism that occurred over night Wednesday in the Lemay area. Starting at around 6:00 am residents in the 100 block of East Holden and the 200 block of Viehl started calling police about tires being slashed and windows being smashed. Police canvassed the area and found 15 cars had been vandalized. No was hurt in the incidents. An investigation is ongoing.

  • St. Louis enjoying another summer cool down

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- We checked the calendar St. Louis and yes, it is still July. Another summer cool down is upon us and we aren’t hearing too many complaints. Highs are expected to be in the 70°s through Friday with overnight temperatures dipping into  the 50°s. Temperatures will begin to warm back up over the weekend. Forest Park was full of joggers and cyclists in the middle of the day thanks to the cool down. Crews were even able […]

  • Dueling rallies over transportation tax “Amendment 7″ held across town

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Dozens of people crowded into the STL Style House gift shop for a rally with the message that Amendment 7 is bad for the economy and the environment. Many of the individuals recorded video messages that will appear on YouTube. The opponents say they can’t afford advertising, so they are using social media to get the word out. They believe the three quarters of cent sales tax increase would be unfair. The proponents of Amendment […]

  • St. Louis circus group in Israel during troubled times

    IMPERIAL, MO (KTVI)-A group of St. Louis teenagers is in Israel right now during a time of tension and violence.  Friday saw a fourth day of airstrikes in the Gaza Strip that, according to the Israeli military, is targeting the homes of suspected Hamas leaders. Israel’s prime minister says he will not cave to international pressure to stop the attacks until rocket fire from Hamas stops. Thousands of miles away in Missouri, parents are anxious about their kids safety. “When […]

  • Army recruiters challenged with stricter tattoo policy

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)– It’s been three months since the Army implemented a tougher tattoo policy. The new regulations apply to recruits only. No tattoos on the head, face, neck, wrists, hands and fingers. No more than four visible tattoos below the elbow or below the knee and they must be smaller than the person`s hand. Vietnam Army Veteran Fred Foggie of North St. Louis County praises the new policy. He says when he was in the service visible tattoos […]

  • St. Charles “Riverfest” kicks off on the Missouri Riverfront

    (KTVI) – Fireworks will be going off Friday night in Frontier Park along the St. Charles riverfront.  St. Charles has a long-standing tradition with an Independence Day celebration. The event is called, “Riverfest” and this year may be more of a boom for St. Charles than previous years because the 4th falls on a Friday.  That means Riverfest will span three days instead of just one as it has in the past few years. The celebration began at 5 p.m. […]

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    St. Louis gospel rapper named in lawsuit against Katy Perry

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Did pop singer Katy Perry steal a song from a St. Louis Christian hip-hop artist?  That is the claim in a lawsuit filed in St. Louis federal court. Marcus Gray of St. Louis who goes by the name “Flame” is a Christian hip-hop musician and songwriter.  Chike Ojukwu is another St. Louis Christian hip-hop artist.  Both men and two other songwriters who live elsewhere claim Katy Perry ripped off their song. The lawsuit claims that Perry’s […]

  • State officially takes over of Normandy schools, new board sworn in

    NORMANDY, MO (KTVI)-The state of Missouri officially took over the troubled Normandy School District Tuesday. The first order of business was to swear in the five members of the state appointed board to operate the Normandy Schools Collaborative. Then they heard from state education officials about the transition to state control. They went over governing policies, fiscal management and school administration. State education officials told the board members that they face an extraordinary and difficult assignment in turning around the […]

  • Senator Blunt says Supreme Court’s ruling affirms American’s religious freedom

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The US Supreme Court rules companies who claim religious beliefs can refuse to pay for employees’ birth control. Two family-owned companies, Hobby Lobby Conestoga Wood challenged the contraceptive mandate in the Affordable Care Act. The companies did offer to pay for 16 out of the 20 forms of contraceptives, but say their religious beliefs prohibit them from providing some emergency birth control methods including IUDs and Plan B. Missouri US Senator Roy Blunt helped organize […]