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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
  • Children’s ER visits prompt warning about marijuana exposure, cccess

    DENVER, Colo. – 2018 could be the year medical marijuana appears on the Missouri ballot. And that might make some parents nervous. A Denver physician reminds parents about the dangers of children having access to the drug. The number of ER marijuana-related visits among small children has increased since recreational marijuana became legal in Colorado. Dr. Sam Wang, a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician with Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colorado, studied the numbers since 2014 when recreational marijuana dispensaries opened in […]

  • “He’s doing things no one ever expected him to do”, Family of wounded Arnold Police Officer speaks exclusively to Fox 2 in Colorado

    ENGLEWOOD, CO – Barbara O’Connor says it is nothing short of a miracle. Her husband has begun to speak. “He shared his first sentence with me, which was ‘I just got to get my badge,’” she said.  “I laughed. I cried. I gave him his badge.” The news marks a huge breakthrough for Ryan O’Connor, the Arnold Police Officer who was critically injured in the line of duty last December. Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda spoke exclusively with Officer O’Connor’s wife about how […]

  • Burglars’ steal $20,000 worth of sunglasses, damage security system at Chesterfield shop

    CHESTERFIELD, MO – Chesterfield police are searching for two burglars who not only stole $20,000 worth of high-end sunglasses, they also damaged the store’s security system. Chesterfield Detective Robert Powell said the duo broke into Solstice Sunglass Outlet after hours February 3rd. The burglars were on a mission, he said. Surveillance images show one of them headed for the display wall. He is seen emptying the sunglasses from the wall into a trashcan. His partner in crime had a different […]

  • St. Charles police add patrols after spike in auto thefts

    ST. CHARLES, Mo. – “Warmup” auto thefts are a common problem in winter months, as drivers leave vehicles unattended. But authorities are noticing a pattern in St. Charles: many of the recent cases were reported at apartment complexes. “We’ve noticed a trend over the last two months,” St. Charles Police Lt. Tom Wilkison said. “Vehicles are being taken near I-70 and South 5th Street at an apartment complex, Metro on 5th.” All but one of the eight vehicles reported stolen […]

  • FBI’s St. Louis office issues warning about pornographic video shared on Facebook

    ST. LOUIS – A disturbing video circulating on Facebook could mean trouble for anyone who views or shares it. The FBI’s St. Louis office is warning the public to steer clear of the file and to report it to law enforcement and Facebook. A video containing child pornography has been shared thousands of times so the man – unknown at the time – could be identified. “We understand that people want to help,” FBI Supervisory Special Agent in St. Louis […]

  • Shrewsbury police searching for man accused of exposing himself to teen

    SHREWSBURY, MO – Shrewsbury Police are searching for a man accused of exposing himself to a teenage girl. The alleged incident took place Saturday afternoon, January 20, at Weil and Wilshusen Avenues, as the girl, 14, was walking. Lt. Todd Melugin said the girl reported that the man, an older white male, was driving a white vehicle with rusts spots. “The car passes her. She looks over, d notices that he’s exposing himself inside the car. He drives past her, turns […]

  • University City residents, businesses encouraged to register surveillance cameras with police

    UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. – Many residents understand video surveillance can provide home protection, but they are unaware that their systems might capture crimes happening nearby. Police say that video can help deter crime, solve crimes, and assist detectives with crime prevention. The University City Police Department is asking businesses and homeowners to register their cameras with the department. The department recently launched a community camera program, which would allow officers to view footage gathered from the cameras to assist in […]

  • Majority of Chesterfield Police Department now equipped with body cameras

    CHESTERFIELD, MO – Police officers in Chesterfield have a new technological tool to help them protect and serve. The department began training officers last week on new body cameras, made possible through a pilot program by the company Axon. The primary objectives of the cameras are to promote transparency and accountability, Captain Ed Nestor said. “Transparency, which the public is demanding, and we’re happy to provide it,” he said. “And it’s a tool for management, it’s a tool for the […]

  • Deer survey, Ladue latest community to tackle growing deer population

    LADUE, MO – Another community is taking steps to control its growing deer population. This week, the City of Ladue began conducting deer surveys. Police officers in marked vehicles will are out in the late evening and overnight hours, tracking deer and noting information such as gender, approximate age, and location. Managing deer populations is not a new practice in the St. Louis area. But Ladue is the only municipality east of I-270 to conduct a survey, reflecting a change in […]

  • St. Louis Public Schools: Coats available for students who need them

    ST. LOUIS – It is hard to imagine standing outside without a coat on a cold winter morning. But that is the reality for some students. St. Louis Public Schools are reminding families that coats and other cold-weather items are available for students. The district, which currently enrolls 22,993 students, is serving more homeless students than in years past. The percentage has increased from 20% to 25% in just two years. “We have over 5,500 homeless students. And we get […]

  • Maplewood police release image of vehicle wanted for package thefts

    MAPLEWOOD, MO – Maplewood Police hope someone recognizes a vehicle believed to be connected to package thefts. A resident on Commonwealth Avenue reported seeing suspicious activity in the middle of the day January 8th. “They saw a man jump out of a vehicle, run up to a house, and grab a package off the porch there, and then re-enter [the vehicle],” Maplewood Detective Dave Brown said. “He also saw, out of that same car, a box came flying out of […]

  • Preventable Problems: Firefighters offer tips to avoid trouble in winter weather

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO – As the temperatures hover in the single digits, firefighters say now is a good time to stay on top of winter weather safety. Maryland Heights Fire Protection District Captain Robert Daus said staying alert to road and weather conditions is critical. Also critical, he says, is making sure your home, car, and vehicle are properly equipped. Motor vehicle accidents are the number one call crews respond to during extremely cold weather.  Many drivers, Daus said, run into […]