Molly Rose is excited to be back home in St. Louis after spending three years as a reporter in Kansas City. Before that, she worked as a reporter and anchor in Charlottesville, Virginia. She is a proud graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism (Go Tigers!) and loves her St. Louis Cardinals.

It’s been a lifelong dream for Molly to work as a journalist in St. Louis. She started her journalism career more than a decade ago when she served as editor-in-chief for her high school newspaper. Molly lived in Dellwood until second grade and attended Griffith Elementary School. She grew up just across the river in Edwardsville and graduated from Edwardsville High School. You can catch Molly’s traffic and news reports on FOX 2 news in the evenings.

One of Molly’s favorite places in St. Louis is Forest Park. She and her husband were recently married at The Jewel Box. Molly is a huge animal lover and spends a lot of time outside with her 7-year-old black lab rescue dog Avery.

Molly appreciates that journalism allows her to investigate wrongdoings. She is the recipient of a 2014 National Edward R. Murrow Award for one of her investigations revealing an incident in which the University of Virginia Hospital mistakenly sent a family home with their deceased loved one’s amputated body parts. She has also been recognized by the Virginia Associated Press for her work.

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Recent Articles
  • U.S. flu activity is elevated and increasing

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – There have been three flu-related deaths in Missouri already this flu season. Fox 2/News 11 spoke with Dr. Fred Buckhold who practices internal medicine with SLUCare and SSM Health. He said last week SSM health saw a total of 25 flu patients at its area hospitals. Most of the patients were treated at SSM Health DePaul in Bridgeton. The CDC released a map monitoring flu activity levels in different states and it showed Missouri was already […]

  • Families head out to purchase Christmas trees the day after Thanksgiving

    ST LOUIS, Mo. – The chilly and drizzly weather didn’t stop families from heading out to pick up their Christmas trees the day after Thanksgiving. Industry officials report real tree prices have been on the rise for years, and that the hike continues. According to the National Christmas Tree Association, there’s also more demand for real trees this year. It released findings from its latest consumer survey which found a 20 percent spike in the purchase of real trees last […]

  • O’Fallon, Missouri restaurant serves 10,000 meals to families in need on Thanksgiving

    O’FALLON, Mo. – An O’Fallon restaurant owner is making sure those in need have a hot and delicious dinner for Thanksgiving. Nearly 2,000 volunteers came out to The Brass Rail Steakhouse on Thursday to help prep, package, and deliver homemade meals to those in need. Restaurant owner Scott Ellinger said volunteers have been putting the event on for six years now. This year, they were able to serve more than 10,000 meals to families in our community. The volunteers also […]

  • Pre-Thanksgiving holiday air travel impacted by weather conditions

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO- The Thanksgiving holiday travel rush is in full swing and there was not shortage of passengers at Lambert International Airport on Tuesday. As of 9 p.m. Tuesday night there were more than 16 delayed arrivals out of Lambert and more than 8 delayed departures. The late departures included flights to Chicago, Washington D.C., Columbus, Denver and other cities. To add to the travel headaches, staff with Lambert said during the 7 p.m. hour a power glitch […]

  • Soldier passing through St. Louis has pet bird stolen from vehicle

    ST. LOUIS, MO – A soldier passing through downtown St. Louis found herself the victim of a crime. Now, she is trying to track down her stolen pet. Caitlyn Byrne said she parked her rental car near 16th and Delmar for a little more than an hour so she and her wife could check out City Museum. She said before going in she covered up her pet bird’s cage with a blanket and her coat. When the two returned back […]

  • Women at Florissant retirement home using plastic bags to hand-make mats for homeless

    FLORISSANT, Mo. – Two women who live at a Florissant retirement home are turning plastic bags into soft mats for the homeless. Sue Stelter and Betty Schonhorst live at The Villa at Riverwood. Weeks of work go into making each mat and there are 500 to 700 bags in each. The ladies are collecting plastic bags to make more mats and said the bags must be plastic grocery store-type bags. They said more than a dozen other people who live […]

  • Educators at Harris Stowe State University discuss how violence is impacting children in our community

    ST LOUIS, Mo. – The toll of violence on children took center stage at a discussion at Harris Stowe University Thursday night. The event comes one night after a 2-year-old was shot and killed in St. Louis County. A group of educators came together to talk about the impact the violence in our city is having on children. They discussed the need to reach children who are hurting as soon as possible. Those who attended the event said it’s a […]

  • Town and Country residents speak out against senior living facility proposal

    TOWN AND COUNTRY, MO – A room full of Town and Country residents spoke up Wednesday night against a proposed senior living facility. Residents said it’s too big and is going to cause more traffic issues on Clayton Road. The developers of the Clarendale project gave an update on the proposal Wednesday night saying it’s not as big as originally proposed. More than 900 residents have signed a petition against the project. Developers said they would invest $60 million dollars […]

  • Authorities having tough time pulling submerged vehicle from pond

    SOUTH ROXANA, IL. – First responders were on the scene near Wanda and Wagon Wheel Roads on Tuesday night searching for a vehicle in a pond. As of 10:00 p.m. on Tuesday officials on the scene were not sure if there was a body in the vehicle. A dive team was on the scene and crews were working to tow the vehicle from the pond.

  • Vinita Park boy honored for helping lead police to suspect

    VINITA PARK, MO – The North County Police Cooperative is honoring a 10-year-old boy who they said helped lead them to a suspect. It comes after the boy’s mother reported a suspicious man was driving behind her son and following him home after school in late October. Investigators rewarded the boy with a certificate on Monday night and they said because of his quick thinking to snap a photo of the suspect’s vehicle, they were able to make an arrest. […]

  • St. Charles business owners want handicapped parking spots on Main Street

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – A soon-to-be business owner on Historic Main Street in St. Charles has started a petition asking the city to add handicapped parking spaces along the street. The two owners of “Baked” said they would like an accessible parking spot in front of their building. Fox 2 spoke with Mayor Dan Borgmeyer, who said it isn’t the city’s problem but an issue between the business owners and their landlord. He said the city’s streets pre-date ADA, which […]

  • Firefighters battle house fire in Waterloo, Illinois

    WATERLOO, IL – Firefighters battled a house fire in Waterloo on Tuesday night at a home near Bohleysville Road. The homeowner told Fox 2/News 11 he believes the fire started in the chimney. He said he stopped the fire in the fireplace but then heard a loud roar and when he looked outside he noticed flames coming from the chimney. Firefighters were hauling in water from a nearby pond and battling extreme cold temperatures. The homeowner said he believes the […]

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