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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
  • During unrest and protests, police wives work around the clock

    ST. LOUIS – Police officers aren’t the only ones working long hours in the aftermath of the Jason Stockley ruling. Their spouses are also on call. The St. Louis Police Wives Association has served as a backbone of support, providing hot meals, supplies, and other items for law enforcement. “They get treated rough out there. But they’re still out there. They still come back. Rewind, and then they run right back out there,” SLPWA Vice President Alexandria Dilworth said. Between […]

  • Clayton police searching for man who robbed woman, stole wedding ring

    CLAYTON, Mo. – Clayton Police are asking for the public’s help locating a man who robbed a woman Wednesday morning. The incident happened on Westwood Avenue near Clayton Road at approximately 11 a.m. “The victim was walking south on Westwood when our suspect approached her from behind and demanded her personal items from her,” Clayton Officer Korey Golcynski said. “He then reached out, grabbed her arms, and took some personal items.” Those familiar with the alleged victim said the woman’s […]

  • ATM robber linked to cases in Chesterfield, O’Fallon, MO

    CHESTERFIELD, MO – A man who robbed an elderly woman at a Chesterfield ATM Sunday morning could be linked to a similar crime in O’Fallon, Missouri. The woman was attempting to withdraw money from a US Bank ATM on Clarkson Road shortly before 10 am Sunday, when she was approached by a man. “The individual came up on foot, with either a stun gun or a taser in his hand,” Chesterfield Police Sgt. Keith Rider said. The woman handed over […]

  • Missouri Task Force 1 Integral part of Irma rescue efforts

    ST. LOUIS – A small team from Missouri is once again playing a big role in hurricane recovery efforts. These elite first responders, known as Missouri Task Force 1, helped with hundreds of rescues after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas. Now, many of those same members are in the Florida area. “Our guys are playing a big role, that’s for sure,” said Gale Blomenkamp, Assistant Chief of the Boone County Fire Protect District. The group is taking part in search and […]

  • Fashion show benefits campers living with serious burn injuries

    ST. LOUIS – Fashion met philanthropy Thursday evening at an event dedicated to group of special campers. “More Than a Fashion Show” benefitted the Midwest Children’s Burn Camp. This year’s event returned to Neiman Marcus at Plaza Frontenac. Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda served as Mistress of Ceremonies. The Midwest Children’s Burn Camp serves children living with serious burn injuries. The camp’s objective is to help participants gain self-confidence and improve their self-image. “They get to canoe and swim and laugh […]

  • Clerk uses pepper spray to disperse raucous teens at candy shop

    UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. – A clerk used pepper spray to disperse a group of teens during a disturbance at a candy shop in University City earlier this week. The incident happened at about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. A clerk at Rocket Fizz on the Delmar Loop reported that six juveniles began misbehaving and that she confronted them for stealing. According to University City police, the clerk reported that the teens “began to become extremely aggressive, verbally assaulting her and approaching her […]

  • Phony ads used to advertise home rentals in St. Louis Area

    FENTON, MO – Another local case has emerged involving a phony advertisement for a home rental. “They stole my ad completely,” realtor Joanne Goodrick with Grassmuck Realty said. Goodrick is referring to a Zillow listing for a three-bedroom home in Fenton. Someone lifted the text and images, and created a separate listing on Craigslist. The same home is now advertised on Craigslist for $790 / month – less than half the actual asking price. “That’s how the homeowner found out,” Goodrick […]

  • Missouri Task Force 1 rescuing residents in Houston area

    Some of the evacuations and water rescues in Texas are being handled by elite teams from across Missouri, including the St. Louis area. Missouri Task Force 1 (MO-TF1) made more than 300 water rescues and evacuations in just a short period of time Monday. And their work is far from over. “We have all six boats on the water, with swift water rescue technicians, and boat operators working as fast and as hard as they can,” Boone County Fire Protection […]

  • Road rage incident spills into Lindbergh High School parking lot

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A case of road rage ended with an alleged assault in a high school parking lot. Witnesses report that a driver followed a teen to Lindbergh High School, punched her, and even pulled out her braids. The St. Louis County Police Department confirmed it is investigating the case, which occurred at about 12:30 p.m. Thursday. Police said a female driver, 57, claimed she was cut off by the female teen, 19, on Lindbergh Boulevard. Witnesses […]

  • City safety, St. Louis traffic officials applaud speed limit reduction near Forest Park

    ST. LOUIS – City officials say a road that carries heavy traffic was in need of a slowdown. A slowdown in the speed limit, that is. Lindell Boulevard pulls about 16,000 drivers a day to Washington University, The Missouri History Museum, Forest Park, the Central West End, midtown, and other attractions. The busy thoroughfare now has a 25 mile an hour speed limit, the same on either side of Kingshighway. It wasn’t until last year that the speed limit west […]

  • Bicycle-riding burglar charged in more than half dozen cases in south St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – Police say a man seen riding his bicycle through various south St. Louis neighborhoods is responsible for more than a half dozen burglaries. Kyeon Williams, 27, of St. Ann, faces nearly two dozen counts, including burglary, stealing, and property damage. Authorities said surveillance images show Williams riding a bicycle in mid-August on the 6500 block of Hancock Place. A similar image from late July allegedly shows Williams riding his bicycle on the 5500 block of Goethe, south […]

  • South St. Louis business owners frustrated by crime on their block

    ST. LOUIS – Some south St. Louis business owners are hoping someone can put a stop to the crime happening on their block. In recent weeks, those who live and work on Virginia Avenue in Carondelet, near Dutchtown, have seen everything from property damage to break-ins. Suzanne Jackson is the proud owner of Bark Avenue Pet Grooming, a business that has been a fixture in south St. Louis for nearly 18 years. “Both of the air conditioning units on the […]