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: SammySoap in Kirkwood celebrates 5 years

    KIRKWOOD, Mo. – Someone told Tim Ezell to clean up his act and he listened.  Ezell was live at Sammysoap in Kirwood for their 5th-anniversary celebration and got a lesson in making all-natural soap. All of the Sammysoap products for people and dogs are 100 percent natural and are made in small, cold-press batches in the old-fashioned factory in the backroom. For more information visit www.sammysoap.com 

  • Tim’s Travels: Leverage Dance Theater Halloween inspired dance “The Forgotten”

    ST. LOUIS – Do you like your haunting with an artsy twist? Tim Ezell got a first look at the Leverage Dance Theater Halloween-inspired immersive dance ‘The Forgotten’. ‘The Forgotten’ runs Oct. 24-26 and Oct. 31-Nov. 2, with performances at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Audience members are encouraged to dress in theme, preferably in black, dark or decaying. To purchase tickets click here

  • The Thread: We’ll Meet at the Wheel

    ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis area just got a big, new attraction: It’s the St. Louis Wheel! What a great place for fun, friends, and fellowship. You know you don’t have to get out of your lane to impact people; it can happen where you already are. Like Bill with Helping Hands and Horses. He is using his passion for kids and horses to move to the needs of those with special needs. Or Rollin’ For Backstoppers, who found […]

  • Pep Zone: Oakville High School  

    ST. LOUIS  –  The football season is winding down which means so is the pep zone.   For the swan song, Tim Ezell was at  Oakville Highschool, the home of the tigers.

  • Tim’s Travels: Celebrate everyone’s favorite lunch meat, Bologna in one day!

    ST. LOUIS –   Did you know Bologna can be made from any number of meats, including beef, turkey, venison, chicken, and even a vegetarian soy protein? October 24 is marked as National Bologna Day and Tim Ezell is teaching a little something about this traditional lunch meat and where it came from.

  • Tim’s Travels: Fall activities for the entire family at Kirkwood Farmers Market

    KIRKWOOD, Mo. – Are you in a fall state of mind? If not Kirkwood is the place to get you there. Tim Ezell visited the farmer’s market where he’s found some fall family fun.

  • Tim’s Travels: Dippin’ Dots-Doc Popcorn shop opens in Herculaneum

    HERCULANEUM, Mo. – What do you get when you combine ice cream and popcorn?  A visit from Tim Ezell! Ezell visited a new stop for fresh-popped, kettle-cooked popcorn and flash-frozen ice cream in Herculaneum.  Dippin` Dots- Doc Popcorn Herculaneum combines two leading snacks and treats brands under one roof.

  • Tim’s Travels: Knock-Out BBQ opens on South Grand

    ST. LOUIS – Would you know the difference between meat and vegan smoked goodies? Knockout BBQ opened Monday and Tim Ezell put his taste buds to the test. The 1,500 square foot restaurant shares space with the Baileys’ restaurant, Rooster, at 3150 S. Grand Blvd., and is open seven days a week with lunch from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday through Friday; dinner from 5:00 p.m. until 10 p.m., Monday through Saturday and until 9:00 p.m. on Sundays. Knockout BBQ […]

  • Pep Zone: Fox High School

    ARNOLD, Mo. –  Football at Fox High School is no exception. Tim Ezell was live in Arnold serving a wake-up call with the Warriors where football is a family tradition.

  • Tim’s Travels: Properly grip the club at Family Golf and Learning Center

    KIRKWOOD, Mo. – Family Golf and Learning Center is the premier golf training and practice facility in the St. Louis area. The new state-of-the-art clubhouse will have offerings for golfers of all skill levels to grow their game year-round. Tim Ezell was live at the 2,500-square foot indoor practice facility armed with a golf club learning how to properly grip the club, set up, swing tips and more.

  • Tim’s Travels: Rockem Sockem showdown at Dave and Buster’s to promote Guns ‘N Hoses

    ST. LOUIS –  Guns `N Hoses sold out for the third consecutive year in 2018 with attendance of 18,452. Guns `N Hoses is a fundraising event, consisting of three-round boxing matches between first responders, held to benefit The BackStoppers. The BackStoppers have supported more than 160 families since 1959. Their charity provides needed financial assistance and support to spouses and dependent children of the public servants in their coverage area who have lost their lives or suffered a catastrophic injury […]

  • Tim’s Travels: Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design’s Gallery Shop

    UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. –   Gift wrapping still feel daunting? Don’t worry, Tim Ezell to the rescue! He was live in the Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design in the Delmar Loop learning everything he needs to know about gift-giving – and gift wrapping. Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design’s Gallery Shop offers jewelry, housewares, and fashions all made by locally and nationally celebrated artists and craftspeople.  When you do your holiday shopping at Craft Alliance,  they will wrap […]

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