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I’m the Emmy award winning Executive Producer of Interactive Content for KTVI and KPLR television. My team runs some of the top websites and social media in St. Louis. I write a lot of breaking news stories, produce viral videos and manage our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

I started working in television at KFXB-TV in Dubuque Iowa as a production assistant. After graduating from Webster University in St. Louis I landed a job at WRSP/WCCU In Springfield Illinois. Then, I made the move to a larger market at WSTR in Cincinnati, Ohio.

In 2006 I was able to move back to St. Louis to work at KPLR. Eventually I found my niche as the head of KPLR’s web department. Then I started working as a web producer at KTVI in 2008 after the stations entered a shared services agreement. Now, I am the head of the web department and a member of management at the stations.

Breaking news is now the focus of my attention. My team is often the first to confirm a story and alert our audience through our apps, social media and e-mail newsletters. We work with newscast producers to bridge the gap between online and on-air elements. My work during the protests following the shooting of Michael Brown led to an Emmy for breaking news.


Recent Articles
  • St. Louis County officers shoot, injure suspect in St. Louis City

    ST. LOUIS, MO — A St. Louis County Officer was involved in a shooting with a suspect in the St. Louis city Tuesday afternoon.  Police shot a 26-year-old man in the 4100 block of Camellia Avenue. The suspect was taken to the hospital for immediate surgery. The suspect is currently listed in critical condition. FOX 2’s Andy Banker reports that the suspect was shot at by four St. Louis County Police officers while the FBI’s Violent Gang Safe Streets Task Force […]

  • Greitens accused of criminal wrongdoing by AG Hawley

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A new political bombshell shakes the state of Missouri. It puts Governor Eric Greitens in more political trouble and potentially more legal peril. In a hastily called news conference, Attorney General Josh Hawley said Tuesday the governor may have committed a felony while fundraising for his gubernatorial campaign. Hawley said his office has evidence of criminal wrongdoing by the governor regarding his involvement with the charity The Mission Continues. Governor Greitens founded the organization several years ago to […]

  • Six Flags St. Louis announces pay boost before job fair

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Six Flags is boosting its wages and employment for 2018. The amusement park says it will now pay between $9 – $10 an hour for seasonal positions. This Saturday, Six Flags will also hold a hiring event for new employees from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Applicants who come out will also be able to ride on the Batman ride – backwards.

  • Burly ‘Shrimp Bandit’ gets Forest Gump treatment from Chesterfield police

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Chesterfield police need your help to find a Sam’s Club shrimp bandit. Posted a surveillance photo to Facebook of a burly man they say stole $100 worth of shrimp last Monday.  He reportedly hid the shrimp in his clothes and then walked out the door. Police posted this message with the photo: “Did you know, Shrimp is the fruit of the sea? You can: BBQ it Boil it Broil it Bake it Sauté it There’s Shrimp-kabobs Shrimp […]

  • Video deposition suddenly turns up in privacy case; Greitens’ team wants dismissal

    ST. LOUIS, MO — The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office said they conducted a two hour videotaped interview with the Missouri Governor’s former mistress.  Greitens’ lawyers were told the interview was lost because the video machine didn’t work.  It turns out the video exists.  The defense and the judge, in this case, appear to be irate. The video was presented to the court at 6pm Wednesday.  That happens to be one hour after the Missouri Special Investigative Committee on Oversight released a sordid report on the […]

  • Woman dies after estranged husband attempts murder-suicide in Arnold parking lot

    ARNOLD, MO – A woman injured during a murder-suicide attempt in an Arnold parking lot Friday night has died from her injuries.  Arnold Police tell FOX 2 that Linda Cook, 32, of St. Louis County has passed away.  They say her estranged husband Johnny Cook, 31, was the gunman. Authorities were called to the parking lot of the Ross Dress For Less store at the Arnold Commons Shopping Center Friday where investigators say a man shot his estranged wife in front of their […]

  • Illinois had 4th wettest February and March on record

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Illinois climate experts say the state saw the fourth wettest February and March on record this year.  That led to flooding in some parts of northern Illinois back in February. The statewide average for the two months was 8.69 inches. The all-time record is 8.96 inches. Carlyle got more rain in March than any other city across the state.

  • Wintry weather blamed for Maplewood water main break

    MAPLEWOOD, MO — A quick dusting of snow in some areas overnight, mainly north of St. Louis. The temperatures remain well below normal. The wintry weather is being blamed for a water main break as well. Crews kept busy in Maplewood working to repair the break near Manchester and Oakview Terrace. It took several hours for repair crews to finish the repairs.

  • Shooting victim drives to East St. Louis gas station for help

    EAST ST. LOUIS, IL — An early morning shooting in East St Louis. At around 12:45am the wounded victim drove to a gas station on state street looking for help. Police are trying to determine where the shooting happened and why. No word on the victim’s condition.

  • Moe’s searching for ‘Chief Taco Officer’

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Moe’s Southwest Grill is looking to hire a chief taco officer. The Mexican food chain will pick someone to host a two week, all expenses paid, taco tour promoting their three amigos tacos. The company’s website says the perks include all the tacos you can eat, a budget of $1,000, free swag and a trip to Moe’s headquarters in Atlanta.

  • St. Louis #3 US city for dog attacks on postal workers

    ST. LOUIS, MO — The US Postal service says the number of employees attacked by dogs is on the rise.  The postal service blames online shopping because those purchases require more deliveries. State Farm Insurance says Illinois had the second-most dog-related injury claims last year. Missouri is ranked 15th. St. Louis is third in the nation among cities with dog bite incidents involving postal workers, that statistic is up 68 percent. This is national dog bite prevention week.

  • ‘You gotta be ready to fight’ Molina fires back after vulgar comment by D-Backs manager

    ST. LOUIS, MO — The Cardinals open a three-game series against Milwaukee Monday at Busch Stadium. They were looking for a series win against Arizona Sunday. During the top of the second inning, AJ Pollock was called out on strikes. Diamondbacks Manager Torey Lovullo came out to argue and gets ejected. Then he said something vulgar to Yadier Molina and things got heated. Both benches cleared but no punches were thrown. The game was scoreless in the fifth inning until Kolten Wong singles up […]