For years, you never knew what to expect when you tuned into Fox 2 News in the Morning. Tim Ezell served as the comic relief at Fox 2 for 16 years and loved the opportunity to bring smiles to the people of St. Louis to start their day. Tim left in 2014 to be a full-time pastor, then returned to St. Louis TV with a show called The Thread, which celebrates the amazing people of St. Louis, shining a bright light on all the great things they are doing in our city. The Thread airs Saturday mornings at 8:30 on Fox 2.

Tim is now back on the morning beat, delivering his unique brand of storytelling, in the role that started it all, feature Reporter. Keep your eyes and ears open each and every morning…Tim may be coming to your neighborhood soon!

Tim is originally from Fort Worth, Texas and is a proud graduate of Louisiana State University. He graduated from Covenant Seminary in May 2017 with his Master of Divinity. Tim is blessed with his bride of 20+ years and best friend, Kim. They are proud parents of 3 children: Halle, Lexi, and Andrew.

Recent Articles
  • Tim’s Travels: Mark your calendars! St. Louis XFL franchise name reveal today

    ST. LOUIS – Mark your calendars! Wednesday at 12:30 pm we find out the name of our XFL franchise Tim Ezell is getting ready for the announcement. Let's play a guessing game… — XFL St Louis (@XFLStLouis) August 20, 2019

  • Tim’s Travels: Upper Limits to offer free climbing on Global Climbing Day

    ST. LOUIS –  How would you like to take part in a worldwide event? Saturday, August 24, Upper Limits Rock Gym will be participating in Global Climbing Day, this is an international collaboration with The North Face that seeks to make climbing accessible to all. Tim Ezell was live in downtown St. Louis celebrating with Upper Limits as they aim to help kids, adults, and seniors set and meet goals, stay healthy, build relationships, and stay engaged in the community […]

  • Tim’s Travels: Show Me Catfishing Trophy Guide Service

    ST. LOUIS –  They say a bad day fishing beats a good day working. Tim Ezell has managed to do both,  he’s wetting a line on the Mississippi in downtown St. Louis in pursuit of catfish with Captin Ryan Casey from Show Me Catfishing Trophy Guide Service. Show Me Catfishing Trophy Guide Service has hauled in 30 fish for nearly 500lbs of blue cat in the boat today.

  • The Thread: Out of the Zone, Into The Community

    ST. LOUIS – We all have our comfort zones. What would it look like to step out them and into something new? Like…maybe…soaring with ease on the flying trapeze. This week, Tim is taking on that challenge as part of the Circus Harmony Experience. Maybe flying is not your thing, but how about fly fishing? Learn how one group of men is learning that fishing is just an appetizer for the fellowship. See how Clowns On Call is serving children just […]

  • Tim’s Travels: Celebrate National Men’s Grooming day at The Shop Barber & Bar

    LAKE ST. LOUIS, Mo. – There is a difference between a groomed man and well-groomed man, and there are several ways to get there. Tim Ezell may need a time machine to achieve the groomed look. He was live in Lake St. Louis getting schooled on the art of grooming at The Shop Barber and Bar for National Men’s Grooming Day. For more information visit: or  

  • Tim’s Travels: Alton opens it’s first vegan restaurant “CC’s Icees Galore”

    ALTON, Ill. –  Going vegan means giving up things like Philly Cheesesteak, Chili dogs and buffalo Chicken or does it? Tim Ezell visits a not so typical vegan menu in Alton called CC’s Icees Galore. CC’s serves vegan nachos, broccoli cheddar soup, cauliflower crust pizza, hamburgers made with red pepper, New York-style hot dogs with chili and cheese, chick-n salad, a pulled pork-like sandwich made from jackfruit, pretzels, cookies and other items that don’t use any animal products.

  • Tim’s Travels: Enjoy a relaxing day trip at Long Row Lavender

    WRIGHT CITY, Mo. –  If you are looking for a peaceful afternoon getaway Long Row Lavender is just the place for you. Located on 15 acres south of Wright City, Missouri this family-owned farm introduces their lavender farm, gift shop and newly opened café. Tim Ezell was live at the field getting the inside scoop on how to grow lavender peonies, sunflowers, and zinnias in the Midwest. For more information visit:

  • Tim’s Travels: Center for Plant-based Living opens in St. Louis

    KIRKWOOD, Mo. –   Tim Ezell was live in Kirkwood and got the first glimpse of the nation’s first fully plant-based nutrition and culinary education center. Whether you are fighting a chronic illness like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure; want to prevent becoming ill; or are just “plant-curious” and want to learn how to add more plants to your plate  Center for Plant-based Living is a place for you. For more information, visit  or follow them on […]

  • Tim’s Travels: Ribbon cutting at a new Eureka elementary school

    EUREKA, Mo. — They say that life is a never-ending education. That is certainly true for Tim Ezell.  He’s in Eureka where he is going back to school.  The Rockwood School District is opening a new elementary school today.

  • The Thread: Community Rising

    (Editor’s note: This is an encore presentation of a prior episode of The Thread.) ST. LOUIS – The floodwaters are high in Kimmswick and the community is rising to the occasion. Witness the power of people as the town comes together to battle the rising water. Along the way, see how Haven of Grace is moving to the need of young women who are homeless and pregnant, and see how one woman has taken the investment the Haven made in her […]

  • Tim’s Travels: Gateway Arch Park Foundations` Blues at the Arch

    ST. LOUIS – Friday’s are pretty good already, so how do you make them even better? For the third year, the Gateway Arch Park Foundation and National Blues Museum are once again bringing Blues at the Arch – a free concert series, presented by Emerson – to Gateway Arch National Park in August. The concerts series kicks off Friday, August 9 in the north end of Gateway Arch National Park, near Laclede`s Landing. The series continues August 16, 23 and […]

  • Tim’s Travels: Back to School with Goodwill

    ST. LOUIS –   Have you looked at the calendar lately? It’s almost back-to-school time and MERS Goodwill is a great back to school destination. At Goodwill, parents, students and teachers can find a one-stop-shop for all their back to school needs, including nice, gently used apparel from great brands, along with a selection of accessories, including backpacks, lunch boxes, pens, and pencils. Tim Ezell learned by shopping at Goodwill, students have the freedom to define their style at budget-friendly prices.

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