Mandy Murphey is anchor of Fox 2 news at 5 and 9 p.m. Mandy became a full time anchor of FOX 2 News in January 1993, only a year and a half after she joined KTVI FOX 2 as the Contact 2 reporter.

Mandy has been honored with 13 Emmy awards and 4 Edward R. Murrow awards. She prides herself on being an anchor who can report. In 2011, Mandy celebrated her 20th anniversary with KTVI.

She has been promoted numerous charitable organizations over the years. Mandy has served on the board of directors for Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support, Inc. She is committed to helping families through the grieving process after the loss of a child to miscarriage, stillbirth or shortly after birth.

Before joining FOX 2, Mandy worked in both radio and television. At WPSD-TV in Paducah, Kentucky she was an anchor, consumer reporter and news producer. Mandy graduated from Murray State University with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism.

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


Recent Articles
  • Local nonprofit helps preteen girls navigate life’s difficult decisions

    ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis nonprofit is celebrating 10 years of helping preteen girls navigate through the difficult decisions of life. Girls in the Know believes knowledge is power. Fox 2 spoke with a St Louis mom who was skeptical about the program until she and her daughter attended the organization’s training. Afterward, the daughter came to her to reveal she had been looking at inappropriate internet sites. Girls in the Know teaches young girls to tell a trusted […]

  • New Piazza Imo to open in iconic Hill neighborhood on Sunday

    ST. LOUIS – The iconic Hill neighborhood in south St Louis is getting a brand-new attraction. The Piazza Imo is opening with grand style on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. The piazza is an open area gathering spot across from St. Ambrose Church at Wilson and Marconi. The vacant lot was turned into a lush garden with a massive Italian fountain as the centerpiece. Piazzas are common all over Italy as a place for people to meet before and after church […]

  • More allegations against Angie Houseman’s accused killer

    ST. LOUIS – Another former employee of Earl Cox is coming forward to share what she says he did to her as a teenager. Cathy McKenzie worked for Cox’s siding company when she was a teenager in the summer of 1996 and 1997. She called him a pervert. McKenzie, who now lives in Nevada, said Cox would stand on ladders to look up girls’ shorts as they were handing siding. Cox is accused of kidnapping and murdering Angie Housman 25 […]

  • Reflecting on the 5th anniversary of Michael Brown’s death

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — August 9, 2014 is a date that changed the landscape of Ferguson and the way the entire nation viewed the St Louis area. It is the day African American teenager Michael Brown was shot and killed by a white Ferguson police officer. Darren Wilson claimed he shot Brown in self-defense. A grand jury would later agree and decide not to charge Wilson with a crime. The protests that resulted from the way Brown’s body was […]

  • Man who once weighed over 700 pounds leading effort to change how doctors look at obese people

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — An effort is underway to change the way doctors look at severely obese people.  Doctors are learning that hormones must be corrected first before they can lose weight. Sean Mulroney says he is proof.  His weight topped out at almost 700 pounds.  He tried to lose weight for years.  Doctors blew him off.  Sean says they were dismissive.  He says they treated him as subhuman. Sean claims each doctor told him to eat less and move […]

  • DNA credited for breakthrough as man charged with Angie Housman’s murder

    (Ed. note: Please be advised this story contains some graphic information.) ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. – DNA evidence has led St. Charles County investigators to make an arrest in a 25-year-old child murder case. On Wednesday, the St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged 61-year-old Earl Webster Cox for the 1993 murder of Angie Housman. Last fall, investigators discovered DNA on a piece of evidence and sent it to a lab for analysis. The DNA matched Cox, a previously convicted […]

  • Police have suspect for 1993 Angie Housman murder

    ST. ANN, Mo. – One of the area’s most horrific child murders could be close to being solved. Fox 2/News 11 has learned police have a DNA match to a suspect in the Angie Housman murder case from more than a quarter-century ago. In November 1993, St. Louisans feared a child killer was on the loose after 9-year-old Angie Housman was abducted after getting off her school bus in St. Ann. Her body was discovered tied to a tree in […]

  • The best in high school musicals honored at the Fox Theatre

    ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis’ version of the Tony Awards took center stage at the Fox Theatre Sunday night.  The St. Louis area high school musical awards were announced to honor the very best actors, actresses and musical productions this past school year. Fox 2’s Mandy Murphey was the host.

  • Medical marijuana clinic opening in Clayton next month

    CLAYTON, Mo. – One of our area’s first medical marijuana clinics is opening next month in Clayton, across from the Galleria. At present, they are already booked solid with patients for June. Canna Therapy MD will open on June 18. The two women who are opening the clinic are currently ER doctors in Colorado. They became trained in medical cannabis after seeing what highly addictive opiates were doing their patients. They witnessed overdoses and saw young people dying from the […]

  • Missouri AG to crackdown on human trafficking in massage parlors

    ST. LOUIS – A Polaris study of 32,000 cases of human trafficking in 2017 found massage parlors accounted for 2,929 of those cases.  Human trafficking is often not what most people think.  Girls aren’t being kidnapped.  They are coming to the United States from other countries and being forced to work at illicit massage parlors.  The raid on Jupiter, Florida massage parlors brought the issue to light when Patriot’s owner Robert Kraft along with many others was charged for receiving […]

  • Variety Week in St. Louis kicks-off with Runway Lights Fashion Show

    ST. LOUIS – Saturday we kick off Variety Week in St Louis.  It is a week of events that celebrate and raise money for the children in our area with special needs.  It started with the Runway Lights Fashion Show today.  Hundreds of men and women attended the fashion show and luncheon at Union Station downtown.  The audience heard from Variety families who have directly benefited from the money raised at the fashion show.  One of the programs is TherHappy Kids […]

  • Family, friends say final goodbye to St. Louis area Army Reservists killed in crash

    ST. LOUIS, MO – A solemn goodbye to two U.S. Army Reservists from the St. Louis area who were laid to rest Thursday. Both soldiers are being remembered as heroes who had caring hearts and put others first. Sergeant Holli Bolinski and Specialist Jackson Johnson died March 5, 2019, in a non-combat related incident in Kuwait.   They were on a routine mission when a civilian water truck ran a stop sign and t-boned the side of the SUV the soldiers […]

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