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Vic Faust anchors Fox 2 news at 5pm and 9pm. He was born and raised in the St. Louis Metro area and attended Althoff Catholic in Belleville. Faust is a graduate from the University of Missouri where he attended on a football scholarship.

After graduating, Faust started his broadcasting career as color-commentator and pre-post game host for the Missouri Tiger Radio Network on Learfield Communications. His TV career started in 1998. Vic has worked in both sports and news as a reporter and anchor. He has worked in St. Joseph, Missouri, Columbia, Mo, Tulsa, Ok, and Detroit, Mi where he was for 11 years. He has also done extensive work as a radio host in every market he has worked in.

Want to send me a news tip? E-mail: vic.faust@tvstl.com


Recent Articles
  • Man insists damage to residence caused by home movers

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – There is a dilemma between a home owner and construction company handling the relocation of another house from the new NGA site in north city. While both sides agree the homeowner has an issue that needs to be fixed, they cannot seem to agree on a solution. Michael Maul has a crack on the sidewall of his house that goes from the second floor ceiling down to the first floor. He claims the company moving Charlesetta […]

  • Wounded Ballwin officer, wife witness groundbreaking on new home

    BALLWIN, MO (KTVI) – It’s been a tough eight months, full of constant change and stress, for a former Ballwin police officer and his wife. Officer Mike Flamion was shot while on duty July 18, 2016 and left paralyzed. Sarah Flamion, Mike’s spouse, has been by his side during the entire time, relocating to Colorado during Mike’s recovery. On Tuesday, the couple witnessed the groundbreaking of their new, wheelchair-accessible smart home, courtesy of the Gary Sinise Foundation. It was a […]

  • FBI honors St. Louis business and charity for building new homes for paralyzed veteran and first responders

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Shubert Furniture Design and the Gary Sinise Foundation were honored by the FBI Monday. The award is for how the two have helped make the lives of severely injured police officers and veterans easier with new smart homes. Officers Mike Flamion and Craig Tudor plus Veteran Chris Sanna, were there as the FBI honored the Gary Sinise Foundation and Shubert Design Furniture for helping so many police officers and veterans. “Ultimately we are helping improve […]

  • State representative wants new drivers tested on ‘pull over’ procedures

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – A local state representative wants to make it mandatory for people to learn what they should do when pulled over by police in order to get their driver’s license. Do you remember the first time you were pulled over by a police officer? Did you know the proper procedure? Missouri State Representative Gretchen Bangert (D-Florissant) wants to make it mandatory for new drivers to learn. “I would like to have it as part of a driving […]

  • St. Louis road rage incident caught on camera

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Road rage incidents in the state are on the rise, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. One such incident was caught on camera Wednesday afternoon. The accident took place around 1 p.m. on southbound Interstate 270 near the Manchester Road exit. “I saw a yellow car go by, then I saw a gold Malibu and another white car diving fast. I was shocked. I figured something terrible was about to happen,” said eyewitness Bradley Derges. […]

  • St. Charles trolley returns to service

    ST. CHARLES, MO (KTVI) – Beginning Wednesday, St. Charles is bringing back its free trolley for those who haven’t been to the area in awhile. There’s plenty to see near the trolley, including the historic part of town and all the new growth in the area. After a seven-year break, people can once again ride the St. Charles Trolley and check out historic Main Street as well as the new growth at Streets of St. Charles. “Visitors, through research, have […]

  • BJC West receives approval for expansion

    CREVE COEUR, MO (KTVI) – Barnes Jewish West County Hospital will launch construction on a new facility later this month after receiving approval from the Creve Coeur City Council. BJC Healthcare has embarked on a project to revitalize their BJC West campus on Olive at I-270. “What we are looking to do is build a new hospital just behind this property and once we open that facility, we will take this facility down,” said Trish Lollo, BJC West president. “It […]

  • Residents near Cliff Cave Park not pleased with new construction project

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – A construction project at Cliff Cave Park in south St. Louis County has not found approval with all its neighbors. Joan Stesska, who’s lived on Cliff Cave Road for 38 years, said she never expected the park across the street from her home, which is a heritage park, to have construction. “My goal is to stop this project right now and get the council to look at the area and see it’s not a good design,” […]

  • Microsoft moving regional headquarters to Cortex campus

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – American tech giant Microsoft is ‘booting up’ in St. Louis. While some jobs are moving from Creve Coeur, nearly 100 new jobs are coming, and so is a state-of-the-art technology center. On Wednesday, Governor Eric Greitens and Mayor Francis Slay joined officials from Cortex and Wexford Science & Technology in announcing Microsoft would be part of a new, 180,000 square-foot office and lab development being built at the ‘4240 building’ on the Cortex Innovation Community campus in […]

  • Maryville University and PNC Bank partner for cyber security training

    TOWN AND COUNTRY, MO (KTVI) – Maryville University announced Tuesday it will debut a new cyber security services and education program. This is being made possible through a three-year grant from the PNC Foundation. The program is called Protect and Connect. It will provide free cyber security training to T-REX and Cortex start-ups and train diverse students in coding. Cyber security and coding jobs are in high demand. “There are 500,000 jobs in coding in U.S., but only 40,000 are […]

  • ‘Hack-a-thon’ to remove invasive bush honeysuckle from Kirkwood Park

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The five-day “hack-a-thon” in Kirkwood Park began Monday. The goal is to eradicate bush honeysuckle from the northern side of the park which is causing major issues. Bush honeysuckle is an invasive plant species that degrades woodlands, fields and stream banks. It kills other plants around it. “It’s actually pretty bad, very pervasive. so, within the three acres of the park, it is covered by honeysuckle,” said Kylie Christanell with the Kirkwood Park Department. Imported […]

  • State senator says Missouri infrastructure improvement must be a priority

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KTVI) – It’s no secret Missouri highways and bridges could use a makeover. State Senator Bill Eigel (R – District 23) says his House bill will fix the problem with no extra cost to taxpayers. Senator Eigel says it’s easy to forget about how important our state transportation infrastructure is until it breaks down. “What we don’t have is a long-reaching plan that’s going to fund our roads and make sure we do it without raising taxes […]