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  • FOX2 recognized with Emmy Awards for news, weather coverage

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Congratulations are in order for members of the FOX2/KPLR11 family! The NATAS Mid-America Emmy Awards were handed out in a ceremony Saturday night in Kansas City, and several of our teammates were recognized. Congrats to KTVI for their Emmy in spot news! #EmmyMidAm — NATAS Mid-America (@emmymidam) September 23, 2018 Attending the 42nd Annual Mid-America Emmy Awards with my daughter! #EmmyWinner #MySecondEmmy #EMMYMidAm #EmmyAwards2018 Thank you! @emmymidam #TheEmmys #KTVI #SpotNews #MassiveWarehouseFire pic.twitter.com/QMpPhPnff5 — Danielle Scruggs (@DanielleScruggs) September […]

  • A new way too early look at where Drew Lock could land in the NFL

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Back in April, we used this space to take a way too early look at which NFL city Drew Lock could call home in 2019. Is it still premature? Sure, but the first three weeks of the college football season have shown pro scouts that Lock, the University of Missouri senior, really does have all the makings of a first round QB next spring, and possibly the first one off the board. We also have at least […]

  • In interview, Jon Hamm expresses interest in playing Batman

    ST. LOUIS, MO – Could a St. Louis native made famous for playing Don Draper be the next to don the trappings of a certain Caped Crusader? In an interview for In Depth with Graham Bensinger (11:30pm Sunday on FOX2), Jon Hamm says he’s never discussed the role of Batman with anyone in a position to make it happen, but sounded open to it. “I am a huge comic book fan, always have been. I’ve read comic books since I was […]

  • Pacific native Cullen VanLeer retiring from Mizzou Basketball due to knee injury

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The University of Missouri Men’s Basketball program announced Tuesday afternoon that Cullen VanLeer will retire from the sport following a serious knee injury last spring. VanLeer tore the ACL in his right knee during the Tigers’ home finale against Arkansas in March, and likely would have been rehabbing through at least the first months of what would have been his senior season. Thank you, CVL 👌 📰👉 https://t.co/UXNNS2vDXO#ToTheFinishLine 🏁🐅 pic.twitter.com/VjMjET73ra — Mizzou Basketball (@MizzouHoops) September 11, 2018 […]

  • Former Cardinal Luke Voit hits first two NY homers in Yankees win

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Luke Voit knows all about the shuttle between the big leagues and Triple-A. As a Cardinal farmhand in recent years, he was well aware of getting back and forth between St. Louis and Memphis. Just a few days shy of marking his first month as a member of the Yankees organization after a late July trade, the Wildwood native has already been brought up to the majors twice from the team’s AAA outfit in Scranton-Wilkes Barre. Rosters […]

  • CIA releases President Truman’s first daily intelligence briefings

    ST. LOUIS, MO- For decades, U.S. Presidents have received a daily dose of intelligence information about the world’s hotspots and how it impacts American interests abroad. Today it is known as the President’s Daily Briefing. This week, The Central Intelligence Agency released the first versions received by President Harry S. Truman, in what was known at the time as “The Daily Summary.” The very first one,  dated February 15, 1946, references “Secret Yalta and Tehran Agreements for Sale in Paris,” discussions […]

  • PGA Championship fans get engaged at Bellerive

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The golf record books will show that Brooks Koepka won the 2018 PGA Championship at Bellerive, but you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone else who will remember their time in the crowd this weekend more than Mac Stoddard and Hannah King. Stoddard, an executive with the political organization FreedomWorks and King, an exercise physiologist, were in town from the Washington D.C. area. He bought tickets for Saturday’s round last summer and  asked her to marry him on […]

  • Stormy Daniels’ attorney, Parkway Central grad Avenatti, considers 2020 run

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – We have yet to reach the 2018 midterm elections but some eyes are already focused on the 2020 campaign cycle, including a high-profile attorney who grew up in St. Louis County. Michael Avenatti, the attorney for Stephanie Clifford, the adult film star known as Stormy Daniels, confirmed to FOX2 Thursday that he’s considering a 2020 presidential bid as a Democrat. Avenatti became a national media fixture in his time representing Clifford, who claims she had an […]

  • Police officer injured in accident on I-270

    FERGUSON, MO – A Ferguson police officer is being checked out at a hospital Wednesday night after his patrol vehicle was struck on Interstate 270. Chief Delrish Moss tells Fox 2 that it happened around 9 pm on 270 and West Florissant. The police car had stopped to help a disabled vehicle on the side of the road when his vehicle was struck from behind. The injuries are to his neck and back but aren’t believed to be serious. The […]

  • Why you may see yellow ribbons at the PGA Championship at Bellerive

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Golf fans can expect plenty of excitement Thursday as the 100th PGA Championship tees off at Bellerive Country Club in Town and Country, but spectators in person and viewers on television may spot some players with heavy hearts and yellow ribbons on the course too. On Wednesday,  the golf world learned of the passing of Jarrod Lyle, a professional golfer from Australia.  Lyle, 36, had battled acute myeloid leukemia. FOX News reports that Lyle fought the disease off […]

  • St. Louis woman defends Bellerive and her city from critics ahead of PGA Championship

    ST. LOUIS, MO- After all the hype and buildup, the golf shots made out at Bellerive will start to count for real when the opening round of the 100th PGA Championship tees off in Town and Country. Players have gone out of their way to tell the assembled media how impressed they’ve been with the atmosphere in the gallery for practice rounds. Practice! “The atmosphere yesterday was almost like a Saturday. All the majors are similar, but this one in […]

  • Key Cardinal evaluations in 2018 could impact 2019 squad

    ST. LOUIS, MO- With Sunday’s win against the Pirates, the St. Louis Cardinals have won three consecutive series for the first time all season. It is because it is the first time we can say this in 2018, and that it’s happening in August, which gives one pause about still passing a crowded field in the way of breaking the franchise’s playoff drought. So regardless of what happens to the team over the next month and a half, there are […]