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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
  • Boy with rare aging disease throws out first at Cardinals game

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Sammy Basso has a rare disease called progeria and he traveled a long way to fulfill a dream to venture across route 66. Basso just turned 18 and he is the oldest boy battling progeria, a severe form of premature aging. To give you an idea how rare, it affects one in 8 million people. Basso is from a small town outside of Venice Italy where he spent countless nights in the hospital. This is the […]

  • Battle over New Town development set for next week

    ST. CHARLES, MO (KPLR) – It’s a battle of new development versus a hometown lifestyle in St. Charles. And it all focuses on a 93 acre tract of land authorized for the New Town district and whether it should be made into a ordinary subdivision. The new owner wants to build traditional St. Charles residential living and it has some folks up in arms. It`s called new urbanest style living and it`s not for everyone. But for the people who […]

  • Charlack police chief gives back by handing out free Rams tickets

    CHARLACK, MO (KPLR) – Residents at a San Rafael low income housing in Charlack were shocked to find out free rams tickets were floating around. Steve Runge the chief of the Charlack police department is a huge fan of the St. Louis Rams and knows how special a game with your child can be so he applied for a grant and asked the rams for 100 tickets. The grant was awarded and he spent the day handing out the tickets […]

  • Drivers dealing with raised manhole problem downtown

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)– Raised manholes downtown are causing a bumpy ride for downtown commuters. With a Cardinal/Rockies series in St. Louis this weekend, a lot of people will be using Broadway and 4th Street. If you`re driving downtown and you`re not careful, you could end up with a flat tire. The city of St. Louis is funding 20-percent of a repaving project up and down Broadway and 4th Street. Every 8-10 years downtown streets usually get replaced. But the […]

  • Bizarre house fire causes outside power line to burst into flames

    ALTON, IL (KPLR) – A man is recovering Wednesday night after a bizarre house fire. The fire caused the electricity in the house to feedback to overhead power lines outside and then it moved down their street. The Alton fire chief says in his 23 years on the job he hasn’t seen anything like this before. The woman living here told the fire chief that she smelled something funny Tuesday morning, thinking it was a gas problem and called Ameren […]


    Highland teachers going on strike

    Update: The Highland school district has called off school for Thursday, September 2014. HIGHLAND, IL (KPLR) – The Highland School teachers K-12 will go on strike Thursday morning after the Teacher’s union and the District’s bargaining team tried for 6 hours to reach an agreement. The contract teachers were working under expired on August 31st. Tuesday the school district offered a year contract with a 500 dollar stipend to teachers. The teacher’s voted down the proposal by 90 percent and […]

  • Rams help make a wish come true for Michigan fan

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – It was a night of wishes, thanks to donors and the St. Louis Rams. Steven Loszewski is from Grain Valley Missouri, but his father help instill the love for Michigan football in his son’s life at a very early age. Since Steven can remember, it was always his dream to play for the University of Michigan, but he was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 13. Now at the age of 18, Steven got his […]

  • Rams kickers to help aid St. Louis area cancer patients at SSM

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) –Kick cancer that is what the St. Louis Rams special team kickers are trying to do with your help. You can donate or pledge to the cause per kick by Johnny Hekker, Jake McQuade, Gregg Zuerline during the 2014 season. Every dollar raised stays here in St. Louis and goes to one of five SSM hospitals. Also mark your calendars for September 22nd. It’s the first ever Ram-oke event. For just 75 dollars you can karaoke with […]

  • St. Charles bans all texting and driving

    ST. CHARLES, MO (KPLR) – St Charles is proposing an ordinance to ban texting and driving within it’ city limits. Tuesday night the city council voted in favor of the ban 9 to 1. So if you are caught texting and driving at any age within St. Charles city limits, police can now issue you a ticket. No texting and driving in St. Charles, that’s the ordinance that was proposed Tuesday night. If you do, you’ll get a ticket no matter […]

  • St. Louisans enjoy Japanese festival despite threat of rain

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – It`s the unofficial end of summer as thousands of people celebrated Labor Day by attending festivals. One of those festivals, the Japanese Festival was held at the Missouri Botanical Gardens. Many people came prepared with umbrellas and others bought them at the botanical garden. But the rain held off until the festival ended so everyone could enjoy their Labor Day. Follow Angie Mock on Facebook and Twitter: Angie Mock on Facebook  Angie Mock on Twitter   Email: […]

  • Annual event held to honor memory of Maplewood firefighter

    MAPLEWOOD, MO (KTVI)– Ryan Hummert Night at Rockwood Summit High School was held Friday night. This is an annual event to honor the memory of Hummert who graduated from the school. Jackie and Andy Hummert said that enough time has passed where they feel comfortable reminiscing about their son and telling this community thank you for all their support. The whole Fenton community was rocked when Ryan Hummert was shot to death getting off a Maplewood fire truck on July […]

  • New class of St. Louis police recruits graduate

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)– There is a new class of police recruits hitting the streets of St. Louis Thursday night. But for new officers the reality of dealing with unrest, like that in Ferguson, is not far from their minds. So many across the nation watched the events unfold in Ferguson. Citizens asking for change, even thought we don`t have all the facts. Twenty-five graduates spent the last 29 weeks training to work the St. Louis streets. What many of […]


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