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Jasmine Huda takes her love of news and the St. Louis community to Fox 2 News at 11 p.m., which she co-anchors with Shirley Washington. Jasmine joined The Fox 2 / News 11 team in January 2016.


Recent Articles
  • Dating app dangers: Authorities remind young adults to exercise caution

    ST. LOUIS – Dating sites can bring together people, but they can also be used as a tool to prey on unsuspecting victims. Before you swipe right, authorities are reminding the public to exercise common sense and trust their instincts. Maryland Heights Police Department Detective Kendra House has investigated several cases involving sexual assaults; many of those cases involve an initial correspondence online. “In the last couple of months, I’ve had four cases that have involved social media, where something […]

  • “Mystery Man” pays for police officers’ lunches at local deli

    CLAYTON, MO – There is such thing as a free lunch, thanks to the generosity of a local man. The man pays for sandwiches for local police officers at Protzel’s Deli in Clayton. And while his identity is unknown to some, his agenda is not. “My ruling is, if you take care of people like that, you’ll get it back 10-fold,” he said. The “Mystery Man” has been covering the cost of officers’ lunches for well over a year. Each […]

  • Volunteers purchase, rehab homes for Eureka residents displaced from spring floods

    EUREKA, Mo. – Volunteers are giving hope to Eureka residents who were displaced from the spring floods. The Eureka Disaster Relief Committee, a group comprised of churches, civic leaders, and volunteers, has not only purchased new homes – they’ve renovated them, as well. Tim Schulte, pastor of Eureka United Methodist Church and chairman of the committee, said the group has already helped five families relocate. “They are ecstatic. They cannot believe this is happening,” Schulte said. The committee purchased mobile […]

  • Following U City cemetery desecration, community steps up to prevent further acts of vandalism

    UNIVERSITY CITY, MO – Months after one of their one was desecrated, Jewish cemeteries in the St. Louis are making changes to ensure safety and security. An outpouring of community support has allowed The Jewish Federation of St. Louis to provide security upgrades at area cemeteries. All eight campuses in the St. Louis area now have added features to enhance existing protections in place. Among those sites is Chesed Shel Emeth on Olive Boulevard in University City. The cemetery drew […]

  • Following U City cemetery desecration, community steps up to prevent further acts of vandalism

    UNIVERSITY CITY, MO – Months after one of their one was desecrated, Jewish cemeteries in the St. Louis are making changes to ensure safety and security. An outpouring of community support has allowed The Jewish Federation of St. Louis to provide security upgrades at area cemeteries. All eight campuses in the St. Louis area now have added features to enhance existing protections in place. Among those sites is Chesed Shel Emeth on Olive Boulevard in University City. The cemetery drew […]

  • Local security experts offer tips to prepare for mass shooting scenarios

    ST. LOUIS – From a Las Vegas outdoor concert to a church service in a small Texas town, recent events have many people concerned about safety in public spaces. That harsh reality should not deter people from living their lives, but it highlights the importance of situational awareness and safety. “Being prepared saves lives,” said Steve Lewis, a co-founder of Tier One Tactical Solutions, LLC, a St. Louis-based company that trains workplaces, places of worship, and schools on how to […]

  • A “Special Call” for 911 Dispatchers: St. Louis County seeking qualified candidates

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO – Faced with a staffing shortage, St. Louis County is seeking qualified candidates to work as 911 dispatchers. Public safety dispatchers serve an important role, Emergency Communications Center Watch Commander Jason Meziere said. “You’re dealing with people’s lives, whether it be the person who calls in asking for help. And you’re trying to get them the right help, as quick as possible. Or it’s the officer that’s walking into a dark building at 3 o’clock in […]

  • Beer and BackStoppers: Pizzeria’s proceeds to benefit BackStoppers

    ST. LOUIS – For some sports fans, beer and a boxing match go hand-in-hand. But for one business, the combination supports an important cause. A portion of proceeds from beer sold at Dewey’s Pizza will go to Guns ‘N Hoses, the annual Thanksgiving Eve boxing event benefitting BackStoppers. The Dew Brew, an IPA sold exclusively at Dewey’s Pizza, is brewed at Dogtown-based Modern Brewery. Exactly 50 cents of each pint of the Dew Brew sold will be set aside for […]

  • Botanical burglars strike again at Richmond Heights nursery

    RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Mo. – Some of the most popular items to buy at Garden Heights Nursery are also the most popular to steal. Decorative pottery, topiary, evergreens, and soils have been swiped from the front lot in the past few weeks. Garden Heights Nursery Tree and Shrub Manager Steve Roesch said the business has been hit at least a handful of times. Someone is stealing the items after hours, he said. “When I start to notice that some of my […]

  • Customer reports dressing room ‘creeper’ used cellphone to record video

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – Des Peres police are looking for a man who used his cellphone to record a woman undressing at a local mall. The alleged incident happened on a recent Sunday afternoon at Akira, a trendy women’s clothing store on the first floor of West County Center. The woman told police that as she was changing clothes, she looked down and noticed what appeared to be a man’s hand underneath the dressing area curtain. The man was […]

  • Two armed robberies reported in same hour in Dogtown

    ST. LOUIS – Police responded to two armed robberies that occurred within the same hour in the Dogtown neighborhood. In each incident, individuals reported that as they were leaving their vehicle, they were approached by 2 men. At about 1:40 a.m. Sunday, a 45-year-old man said the suspects approached him in the rear alley to the 6800 block of Plateau. One of the men displayed a firearm, while the other one struck the man in the face, the victim said. […]

  • Donations to Delmar Loop: Online support to help businesses hit by vandals during Stockley protests

    UNIVERSITY CITY, MO – Online donations can now be accepted to help Delmar Loop businesses recovering from violent protests. The University City Chamber of Commerce has established an online portal for the public to contribute. Money collected will be distributed to shops that were hit the night following the not-guilty ruling in the Jason Stockley murder trial. Stockley, a former St. Louis Police Officer, was acquitted of first degree murder in the 2011 shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith. Peaceful […]