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Angie Mock joined FOX 2 as the anchor of FOX 2 News in the Morning from 4:00-5:00 in March 2011. Angie will also contribute throughout the morning newscasts.

She came to St. Louis from KOKH FOX 25 in Oklahoma City, OK where she co-anchored the 4-hour morning show, reported breaking news and conducted daily interviews. While at FOX 25, she was very active in the community by serving as the board media member and spokesperson for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the ambassador for the “Go Red” for Women campaign and as spokesperson for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Prior to her job in Oklahoma City, Angie was a Sports Anchor/Reporter for KECI-TV (NBC) in Missoula, MT, where she anchored, reported, produced, shot and edited sportscasts on weekends, as well as anchoring a weekly coach’s show. Angie has also held news and sports reporting/anchoring jobs in Austin, MN and Lincoln, NE.

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She is a graduate of St. Cloud University (the same university as FOX 2’s Margie Ellisor) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Broadcasting and a Minor in Speech Communications. She is a member of the National Society of Professional Journalism.

A true sports fan, Angie is thrilled to be working in St. Louis, a city with a rich tradition of successful pro sports teams, and an incredibly loyal fan base.

Recent Articles
  • St. Louisans turning to faith to heal wounds opened in Ferguson

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Candle light vigils and church services are offering a sense of peace during this time of need. People with I spoke with are sad, angry and still confused about Monday night’s unrest  But St. Lousians are resilient and they are hoping we can come together and unite and find a solution. It was a long night for many inducing the pastor of the gathering at a church located off McCausland.  He knew he was going to […]

  • Fans line up early for first viewing of Hunger Games: Mocking Jay

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)– Hungry for the Hunger Games, the highly anticipated release of the third movie Mocking Jay soared into theaters Thursday night. There are 10 screenings of Mocking Jay at AMC 16 before midnight, 5 of those are sold out and the ones that aren’t have the first row available. Now the movie isn’t officially released until Friday so there are midnight showings all over the country but with early screenings come hungry fans. Movie goers flocked area […]

  • “Start-Up” challenge helps develop small companies

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Building a bright future for St. Louis based companies, thanks to the “Start-Up” challenge. Most people know the stories to World Wide Technologies, Anheuser-Busch, and Express Scripts. All are Fortune 500 companies that help define St. Louis, but what about the next generation. You may have heard of Lockerdome and Bonfyre, both St. Louis based companies that started in the area thanks to the start up challenge. But the most profitable according to the marketing director […]

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    Asian Carp processing plant closes

    GRAFTON, IL (KPLR) – Peter Allen, plant manager confirms the Asian Carp processing plant is: ‘We’re out of business’. They miscalculated the odor that would be created, stating that the equipment used was designed for use with catfish, not carp. The company was happy with the work they did to get 2.5 million fish out of the river since May. But now, 8 people are out of work, in addition to 50 fishermen who got income from the project. The […]

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    Man accuses boy of bullying, threatens him on school bus

    COLLINSVILLE, IL (KPLR) – Police say 33-year-old Malvin Crain of Granite City reportedly grabbed a 6-year-old boy by his jacket, pulled out his belt and threatened to attack the child if he didn’t stop bullying his daughter. But according to the Collinsville school superintendent Bob Green, he got word of the alleged bullying last week when the boy’s mother reported the incident. Green said the principle followed procedure, contacting the parent of the 6-year-old= and contacted the other parent, thinking […]

  • Ameren worker injured in electrical accident, South County residents go dark

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR)–The power is back on for thousands in south St. Louis County after an Ameren worker was injured on the job. According to Ameren, the worker was injured when he came in contact with electricity around 7pm on Friday. The man was taken to the hospital. His condition is unknown. Around 3,300 people were without power for a time Friday evening. People who live in the area were driving up to the substation near Gravois and Sappington […]

  • Jefferson County police dogs get free bulletproof vests

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – four-legged police officers now have armor of their own.   The Jefferson County Sheriffs Department was at summit last year and applied for a grant to receive 7 bullet proof K-9 vests. They cost just under $1000 dollars each, totaling $7,000.  They couldn’t get them soon enough. The Jefferson County Sheriffs Department have nine police dogs. Seven utility dogs that are trained to be aggressive and two blood hound dogs to search.  The department had four […]

  • Rams and NFL 360 combine to fight obesity in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Promoting healthy eating and exercising habits for kids and adults alike, the NFL Play-60 program has been encouraging young kids to eat right and stay fit for the last five years. Childhood obesity is a growing epidemic not just for our youth but adults as well. That’s why Oasis started a program to motivate adults to live a healthier lifestyle too. For the first time the two programs came together, based on inter-generational programs that inspire […]

  • Blues honor veterans before game with Buffalo Sabres

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – 92-year-old World War II vet Charlie Rohde had the honor of representing all our military veterans Tuesday night at the Blues game in downtown St. Louis. Fans packed the Scottrade Center for a night they will never forget, at least not for this World War II vet. Rhode, who was awarded the five Bronze Battle Stars and the Bronze Star medal, was wheeled out onto the ice to represent all the men and women who served […]

  • Man with cerebral palsy inspires Waterloo to build fishing pier

    WATERLOO, IL (KPLR) – A Waterloo resident with cerebral palsy inspires politicians, residents and local organizations to build a fishing pier for the handicapped. Christophe Douglas has cerebral palsy and he really loves to fish. But for Christopher fishing isn’t easy using a wheelchair. But thanks to the mayor of Waterloo, the Odd Fellows Lodge, State Rep. Jerry Costello and others, Christopher now has a fishing pier to use when he goes fishing.

  • Students raise thousands for custodian battling cancer

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Students are using the power of social media to raise money for a school employee.  He is battling cancer. Emily Wind started to raise money for Ollie the custodian. She helped raise $10,000 through Facebook and on-line efforts over the past week. Ollie has been a custodian at Parkway West for 16 years. Emily Wind wanted to do something when she overheard teachers talking about his cancer.  Ollie’s wife also had been in the hospital […]

  • St. Charles County residents approve red light camera ban

    ST. PETERS, MO (KPLR) – Red light cameras are out in St. Charles County and that’s good news for some. Voters in St. Charles County overwhelmingly rejected red light cameras Tuesday night, with a 73-percent vote to ban the cameras. There is speculation that the county is trying to tell the cities what to do. St. Peters is the only city that has red light cameras in St. Charles County, but it states on the city’s website that they suspended […]


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