Katie joined the Fox 2/News 11 family in September 2014 as a producer and backpack reporter. In January 2016, Katie was promoted to supervising producer and launched the 11 p.m. newscast on Fox 2. She transitioned to reporting in January 2017.

Katie previously worked as a reporter at KFSM in Fort Smith, AR. She began her news career as a writer for the midday news show at WGN in Chicago.

Katie graduated from Purdue University with majors in Communication and Psychology and a minor in Organizational Leadership & Supervision. She earned a M.A. in Journalism from DePaul University in Chicago.


Recent Articles
  • Police ask for the public’s help to solve homicide of Edwardsville couple

    EDWARDSVILLE, IL – The Major Case Squad was called in to assist the Edwardsville Police Department with investigating a double homicide in the Metro East after a married couple was found murdered in their home. Investigators announced the murders of Michael Ladd, 79, and Dr. Lois Ladd, 68, Monday (March 18) afternoon with few details about the case. Police were called to the Ladds’ home on the 800 block of North Kansas around 10:30 a.m.  The home sits back in […]

  • St. Louisan learns his uncle was wounded in New Zealand mosque attacks

    ST. LOUIS – For most St. Louisans, the terrorist attack in New Zealand may feel far away. But for a member of the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis in Manchester, the tragedy hit quite close to home. While at a press conference Friday at the Islamic Foundation to condemn the deadly attack on two mosques, Faizan Shaik got a call from his mother letting him know his uncle, Ahmed Jahangir, was one of the shooting victims. “Never in my […]

  • Bella Villa officer says he’s ‘lucky to have survived’ after crash

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A Bella Villa police officer injured in a traffic accident last week remains hospitalized with significant injuries. Loved ones are hoping the public will help the officer and his family financially while he is unable to work. Officer Joseph Lafrance, 32, says he is lucky to be alive after his police vehicle was T-boned by another car last Thursday (March 7) in the 3900 block of Bayless Avenue. St. Louis County police say the other driver […]

  • Family of slain Calverton Park mother describes relationship with suspected killer as toxic

    CALVERTON PARK, Mo. – The family of a murder victim is coming together to support her two young children. Police say the children’s father is responsible for her death. Perry Green, 24, is charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action. He is accused of shooting Demetria Howard, 23, more than 14 times early Sunday morning. Surveillance footage shows Green and Howard entered her home. A short time later, Green left alone then returned with an unknown individual. Investigators say […]

  • Lawyer for Amazon delivery driver files civil suit against suspected shooter

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – The Amazon delivery driver who was shot in the back is suing the alleged gunman. An attorney for the victim is asking for $250 million in punitive damages. There are now three cases stemming from the attack in the Target parking lot on March 5: a criminal case, civil case, and a workers’ compensation case. According to a civil lawsuit filed by attorney Mark Cantor and the legal team at Cantor Injury Law, on the day […]

  • Small businesses hope to join medical marijuana industry

    ST. LOUIS – A free event in south St. Louis Monday (March 11) aimed to educate about medical marijuana and support the small business community looking to become part of the new Missouri industry. Missourians overwhelmingly voted in favor of Amendment Two in November which legalized medical cannabis.  Under the new law, a person must get physician approval to get a medical marijuana card. Dr. Zinia Thomas said she has been recommending CBD products to her patients at Radiance Float […]

  • Country concert and college hoops highlight busy weekend downtown

    ST. LOUIS – Three major events in downtown St. Louis will make for a busy weekend for businesses including packed parking lots and garages. The single largest event of the weekend is the sold-out Garth Brooks concert happening at The Dome at America’s Center. With more than 70,000 people expected to attend, it is the largest show in the venue’s history. During a press conference Friday (March 8), Brooks said he and Missouri go way back. He referred to a […]

  • Police looking for victims of accused tanning bed ‘Peeping Tom’

    ST. PETERS, MO – The St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged an O’Fallon, Missouri man for allegedly photographing or video recording women without their consent while they were tanning at a local gym. Michael Koch, 26, was arrested Tuesday (March 5) and charged with two counts of invasion of privacy and one count of attempted invasion of privacy.  He posted $1,500 bond and was released the same day. According to court records, Koch posted 175 pictures of women in […]

  • Dispute over handicap parking space ends in shooting at St. Charles Target

    ST. CHARLES, MO — A dispute over a disabled parking space outside a St. Charles Target store ends with an Amazon driver shot and one man in custody. Investigators tell us the Amazon driver is a 21-year-old man from the St. Louis area. We`re told he was shot once in the back and is hospitalized in critical but stable condition. The suspect is a 65-year-old St. Charles man. The incident happened just before noon Tuesday in the parking lot just outside […]

  • South City resident angry over having application to adopt dog rejected over where she lives

    ST. LOUIS – A south St. Louis resident is frustrated after her application to adopt a dog was denied because of where she lives. The rescue says it was acting in the best interest of the dog. Friday afternoon (March 1), a woman posted on Facebook asking neighbors in Tower Grove South for pet rescue recommendations.  The woman said she was “fuming” after she received this email response from Gateway 4 Paws after applying to adopt a puppy. “The area […]

  • Arrest warrant issued for St. Louis police chaplain

    ST. LOUIS – A felony at large warrant has been issued for the arrest of a St. Louis pastor known for supporting families impacted by gun violence. Pastor Ronald M. Fraction, 63, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon and shooting into a motor vehicle, a Class E felony. According to the probable cause statement, on February 9, police were called to the Gulf Gas Station on the 5700 block of Natural Bridge. Witnesses told police at least one […]

  • 11-year-old honored for saving grandmother’s life

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Mo. – A student in the Jefferson R-7 School District was honored at a school board meeting Thursday night for heroic actions that saved his grandmother’s life. The evening started when the Jefferson R-7 Fire Protection District surprised 11-year-old Grant Neels with a ride to the school board meeting. When he arrived at the high school, he was greeted by his family, the state fire marshal, several firefighters, and the superintendent, who all escorted Neels into the meeting. […]

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