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My hometown is Niagara Falls, New York. I have a big family, and was born the 5th of 7 children. I previously worked in Buffalo, NY in radio and at WGRZ-TV as an Entertainment Reporter. I moved to St. Louis in the late 80's. Since living in St. Louis, I've worked at Y-98 radio, KLOU Radio, KMOX Radio.

I started at KTVI in 1992 on a part-time basis and came on board full-time in 1994 in the Sports Department as a reporter. I was named Weekend Sports Anchor shortly afterwards. I've had the pleasure of covering the Blues during the Hull, Keenan, Gretzky era...the Cardinals during Mark McGwire's Home Run Race and the Rams, from their arrival in St. Louis to two Super Bowl appearances.

I found a new home on the FOX 2 News in the Morning in the summer of 1999 and have been here ever since. In addition to anchoring the morning news between 5-7am, I also contribute to Contact 2, Fit on FOX , Missouri Lawyers Weekly, FOX Files reports, Rams Pre-season football and the American Idol Finals.
I am also proud to be the co-author of a children's book called: "The Tooth Fairy Palace." I wrote it with my daughter when she asked the question: "Mom, what does the Tooth Fairy do with the teeth after she takes them from under the pillow?". It's a fun story as well as some good advice and lessons for little ones regarding good dental health. For more information on the "Tooth Fairy Palace", either e-mail Randi, or click on the sidebar Web link.

I love: My family, watching sports (especially football), golfing with my husband, bird watching (I'm a "bird-nerd"), my three golden retrievers, cat and fish pond, the color red, staying at home, veggies, goofy movies (favorite: It's a Mad, Mad, Mad Mad World), jamming to music, a good wine, laughing with friends, family dinners, being anywhere near a lake or ocean, quirky people, American Idol and naps.

I am also very active in various charitable organizations. I am proud to contribute my time as an emcee or host for many charitable events.


Recent Articles
  • Allergies causing problems for St. Louis

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) – St. Louis is a rough place for those suffering with allergies. But could this season be one of the worst? Kim Waterhouse, a doctor of allergy and immunology from SMM Medical Group at Dardenne Prarie, talks about pollination of trees causing problems and remedies that can help relieve the pain.  

  • Queeny Park Art Fair to feature local, national artists

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) – The 37th annual Art Fair at Queeny Park, the longest running art fair in the bi-state region, starts this weekend. Attendees of the fair can expect art exhibitions from 130 local and national artists, live music and wine tasting, all for $5 admission fee. For more information, you can go to the Art Fair’s website.

  • How to treat your dog’s canine influenza

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) -In case you haven’t heard, canines are susceptible to influenza and can even be deadly. Dr. Stu Robson from Fox Creek Veterinary Hospital in Wildwood talks more about what canine influenza is and how to treat it. For more information, to you can head to Fox Creek’s website.  

  • How will false alarms impact mammograms and breast cancer treatment?

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) – Mammograms and self exams are considered the best ways to monitor and detect breast cancer. But a new study in the journal Health Affairs suggests that $4 billion is unnecessarily spent in the U.S. on mammograms and additional treatments due to false alarms. Dr. Theresa Schwartz is a breast surgeon at SLU Hospital and talks about the recent study and the message it sends. To find out more information on the SLU cancer center, you […]

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    Newly elected city council members to lead Ferguson

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) – The voters of Ferguson have spoken and there will be changes to the city council. The six-member group now consists of three African-American and three Caucasian members, better reflecting the community it serves. The new city council members, former Mayor of Ferguson Brian Fletcher, Wesley Bell and Ella Jones talk about the election and how the city of Ferguson will be represented henceforth. To find out more information about the city council members or about […]

  • Homers for Health game show Apr. 14 at Ballpark Village

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- With the new Cardinals season comes a new Homers for Health season. It’s a very successful campaign to get Cardinals fans involved and raising funds for Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center. For the 2nd year in a row, there will be the Homers for Health game show at Ballpark Village. The game was a hoot last year! Leslee Holliday, Matt Holliday’s wife and Sandy Koller, Executive Director of Homer’s for Health, tell us all about it. […]

  • Signs, symptoms of tick- related diseases

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- When the weather warms, the ticks come out. While they’re a nuisance, they can also make you very sick and even cause death. Dr. Carter Fenton from Total Access Urgent Care talks about what signs to look for. Symptoms: Fever Headache Chills Malaise Muscle pain Nausea / Vomiting / Diarrhea Confusion Conjunctival injection (red eyes) Rash (in up to 60% of children, less than 30% of adults) For additional information visit www.totalaccessurgentcare.com/.    

  • St. Louis celebrates Passover tonight

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) – The holiday of Passover, which celebrates the exodus of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt, begins tonight. Chana’la Rubenfeld , co-director of Chabad of Chesterfield, talks about how St. Louisans plan to celebrate. For more information on Passover you can visit the link here or head to Chabad’s web link.

  • Hamilton Christian Church paying it forward

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) – This Easter will be two years since the Hamilton Christian Church of Creve Couer closed. The congregation’s been around for 118 years and it’s been in Creve Coeur for the past 53 years. Now, the property been sold and the congregation is paying it forward. Cathy and Jerry Wille from Hamilton explain their paying it forward initiative.  

  • Driving with Dan: VW Golf SportWagen

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) – Despite the rain, we’re still sitting the road with Dan Weise, the automotive writer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, who shows off the new 2015 VW Golf SportWagen.

  • Under-diagnosis of African-Americans the focus on World Autism Day

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) – Today is World Autism Day and to raise awareness, some of the world’s most famous landmarks are being illuminated in blue. Here in St. Louis, 22 structures and landmarks are shining in blue. While Autism is diagnosed in one out of 68 children, it is under-diagnosed in the African-American community. Researchers at Washington University, like head researcher Dr. John Constantino, are hoping to better understand why this is. For more information on Autism and World […]

  • The science behind getting over breakups

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO. (KTVI) – We have all had that devastating breakup where we thought we just couldn’t go on. But after a while, we turn out to be fine. Is that because we are wired that way? Now there is science behind that claim. Brian Boutwell, an associate professor of criminology and epidemiology at Saint Louis University, talks about the study.