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I’m a lifelong resident of the Show-Me State and couldn’t be more excited to make St. Louis my fifth move in Missouri.

I went to my first Cardinals game when I was six-weeks-old, and have always loved St. Louis’ history, sports, culture and food. I can’t wait to get out and see more of what this great city has to offer.

I got my start in the news business as a journalism student at the University of Missouri. There, I made several trips a week down to the Capitol in Jefferson City to cover my passion — government. I also got to cover some great sporting events, including a Tiger Cotton Bowl victory in 2014.

After school, I reported in Springfield, Mo., at KOLR-TV.

Journalism is a tremendous public service, and I’m grateful for the hundreds of amazing people I have met from all walks of life. I’m looking forward to meeting hundreds more!

The best story ideas come from folks just like you. So if you ever want to run anything by me, just drop me an email.


Recent Articles
  • State lawmakers push ahead with education agenda, despite Greitens investigation

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri lawmakers say they’re pressing on and trying to avoid distractions from the Greitens investigation. But when it comes to education, tensions are flaring up between lawmakers and Governor Greitens.  Lawmakers are concerned the state’s school children could get caught in the crossfire. Both chambers were in session Wednesday with a normal day of floor session and hearings. The special committee investigating the governor’s affair and his ties to his charity also today. But once again, the […]

  • Missouri House committee expands its investigation on Greitens

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The special committee investigating Gov. Eric Greitens met at the Capital again Tuesday, after expanding its probe to include the governor’s ties to the charity he founded before running for office. On Friday, Greitens was charged with felony computer tampering for allegedly using a donor list from the Mission Continues to raise money for his gubernatorial campaign. The special committee met for about 90 minutes Tuesday. Once again, it was held behind closed doors and members […]

  • Substance sent to Sen. Chappelle-Nadal’s office determined to be non-threatening

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Two Capitol offices had to be shut down for hours Thursday afternoon due to the discovery of a suspicious substance in the mail. Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, D-University City, was the target. Thursday evening, she announced on Twitter the substance was a “cancer-causing pesticide.” Capitol police have told the public that the substance did not pose a threat. “Every single senator is a target because of what they stand up for,” Chappelle-Nadal said. “However, because of the […]

  • Missouri governor wants AG barred from probe

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Attorneys for Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens have asked a judge to block Attorney General Josh Hawley from any investigation or prosecution of the governor. A filing in Cole County Circuit Court says Hawley should be barred from any probe related to Greitens because the attorney general called on Greitens to resign following a legislative report that contained allegations that Greitens had been physically aggressive toward a woman during sexual encounters in 2015. Greitens’ attorneys say the court […]

  • Missouri lawmakers play charity softball tournament at Capitol

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Lawmakers are not letting the Greitens scandal postpone a chance to raise money for charity in Jefferson City. Every year, lawmakers have made a tradition of playing a charity softball game. There are about 10 teams, some made-up of members of both parties, and lawmakers say it can get pretty serious, with lawmakers getting injured in the past trying to stretch a single into a triple. The game raises about $5,000 for a local food bank. But […]

  • Union workers rally in Jefferson City against ‘right-to-work’

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Hundreds of Missouri workers took the bus Wednesday to the Capitol to rail against a so-called right-to-work law. The laws prohibit union membership and dues as a condition of employment. When Gov. Eric Greitens was inaugurated last year, right-to-work was all the rage for Republicans. The legislature passed it and Greitens signed it in a matter of weeks. However, labor groups succeeded in getting enough signatures to put Prop A on the ballot. If they are successful, […]

  • Facebook’s Community Boost initiative launches in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – Facebook kicked off its Community Boost initiative Monday in St. Louis, the first stop in a 30-city tour. The event will give local small business owners opportunities to learn about how to use the social media platform to connect with customers, and non-profits will learn how to train job seekers. City officials have been trying to get the company to come back ever since CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the initiative during a visit to the city’s Cortex […]

  • Illinois Senate expected to vote on 3 gun control measures Wednesday

    SPRINGFIELD, IL – The Illinois Senate is expected to vote Wednesday on whether to send three-gun control measures to Gov. Bruce Rauner’s desk. Fox 2 News spoke with southern Illinois senators from both parties ahead of the vote. Whether controlled by Republicans or Democrats, state legislatures from across the country have been trying to come to a consensus on protecting citizens from gun violence ever since the Valentine’s Day massacre at a school in Parkland, FL. “Everybody supports making our […]

  • Talks on merging St. Louis City and County at Missouri Capitol

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Two St. Louis area state lawmakers are trying to quiet discussion about a St. Louis City and County merger in the state Capitol. Sen. Gina Walsh, D-Bellefontaine Neighbors, and Rep. Shamed Dogan, R-Ballwin, filed a resolution Wednesday. It would prevent the General Assembly from taking a position on the issue, leaving it up to the voters of the county and city. “Somebody in Cass County or in another part of the state doesn’t know what things are […]

  • House committee passes bill to make it easier to carry a gun in places like a church or school

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO – A Missouri House committee passed a bill Tuesday night to make it easier to carry a gun in a place like a church or school. By a vote of 8-4, the House General Laws committee passed House Bill 1936, which would eliminate about 15 gun-free zones currently codified in state law. Missourians have the right to carry concealed without a permit but still cannot carry in a gun-free zone. The bill would allow property owners covered by […]

  • Greitens pledges to cooperate with lawmakers’ investigation, lawyer says

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The process to impeach Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens could begin as soon as Monday at the state Capitol. That is the soonest the full Missouri House could vote on whether to investigate the embattled governor after he was indicted on a felony invasion of privacy charged on Thursday. House Speaker Todd Richardson announced he would form a special committee of legislators from both parties to investigate the charges shortly after news broke of the indictment. Edward […]

  • Illinois river flooding could impact St. Louis

    OTTAWA, IL – The Illinois river spills over its banks, flowing into northern Illinois towns. The Illinois River flows into the Mississippi near Grafton near St. Louis. It will be interesting to see what happens when this water makes it our way. Shelters are open to assist people forced from their homes by flooding as rivers swollen by heavy rain and melting snow rise in Indiana, Michigan and other parts of the Midwest. Flood warnings are in effect for parts of several […]