Christine Buck has been a member of the KPLR news team for over 35 years, and has worn many hats throughout her broadcasting career. During her employment at KPLR-TV, Christine’s positions have included Weathercaster, News Anchor, General Assignment Reporter, and she is currently working as a Feature Reporter, three days a week.

Christine is the recipient of numerous, prestigious awards, including four Regional Emmy Awards. Her passion for the community extends far beyond the newsroom, and has her serving as mistress of ceremonies for many local events and speaking engagements throughout the area. She is also actively involved with several charitable organizations all dealing with children’s issues, including the American Heart Association, Matthews Dickey Boys and Girls Club, the station-sponsored Children’s Miracle Network and Kids In The Middle, for which she received the 2002 Champion of Kids Award.

A talented writer and avid reader, Christine’s favorite book is That’s a Winner, written by her favorite author, her father, Baseball Broadcast Hall of Famer, the late Jack Buck.

You can watch Christine Buck on News 11 weekdays at noon.

Recent Articles
  • Afternoons on 11: October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    (KPLR)-On Afternoons on 11, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to the American Cancer Society, the chance of a woman having invasive breast cancer some time during her life is about 1 in 8. The chance of dying from breast cancer is about 1 in 37. Website: American Cancer Society’s Breast Cancer resources A Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk will be held Saturday, October 24, 2015, at 9:00am in Forest Park. In 2014, more than $190,000 was raised during […]

  • Afternoons on 11: Parents as Teachers

    (KPLR)- School has been back in session for a little more than a month. But what about the education of children at an early age? That’s where Parents as Teachers wants to step in to help. They work to provide the information, support and encouragement parents need to help their children develop optimally during the crucial early years of life, before they reach kindergarten. Founded in Missouri in 1984, Parents as Teachers serves more than 240,000 children in all 50 U.S. […]

  • Afternoons on 11: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and fighting blood cancer

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR)-September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month. It is the mission of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to work to find cures and ensure access to treatments for blood cancer patients. Blood cancers include leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma. The executive director of the Gateway Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Debbie Kersting, talks with Christine Buck about the advances in research when it comes to fighting blood cancers. Also, two survivors share their stories. […]

  • Afternoons on 11: International Institute of St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-The International Institute of St. Louis helps refugees and immigrants adjust to life in our community. The goal is to make them feel comfortable so that their new life will add to the richness of diversity in the St. Louis region. Anna Crosslin is the CEO of the St. Louis International Institute. She provides her insight on the current refugee crisis in Europe and how St. Louis could help.  

  • ‘Goosebumps’ and ‘Arthur’ authors talk about new collaboration

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Two famous children’s book authors are collaborating on a new project. “Arthur” writer, Marc Brown and R.L. Stine, the author of “Goosebumps” spoke to Christine Buck today on Afternoons On Eleven. Stine and Brown will be discussing their book, “Little Shop of Monsters” Friday aT 7pm at St. Louis County Library Headquarters. They’ll be gathering in the main reading room in that facility at 1640 south Lindbergh.

  • Discussion on Alzheimer’s and walks coming up in September

    (KPLR) – Monday on Afternoons on 11, Christine Buck talks with a guest about the devastating disease Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s Association Walk To End Alzheimer’s St. Louis Walk-Saturday, September 12th Scottrade Center Ceremony: 9am Walk: 9:30am St. Charles Walk Saturday, September 26th St. Charles Community College Ceremony: 9am Walk: 9:30am

  • Afternoons on 11: Hollywood comes to St. Louis suburb

    FENTON, MO (KTVI)-There was a recent taste of Hollywood in Fenton. Scenes for the independent movie Grandmothers Murder Club were filmed there.  “Brady Bunch” mom Florence Henderson, Judge Reinhold, Pam Grier, and Miriam Parrish star in the movie which is expected to be released in 2017.

  • Afternoons on 11: St. Louisan leads Carnival Corp into the future

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KPLR)-Arnold Donald, a longtime corporate executive at St. Louis based Monsanto, now leads Carnival Corp. Since becoming CEO in 2013, he has steered the world’s largest cruise company through a series of ship malfunctions and cruise cancellations. Now there are plans to take the cruise line to Cuba. Get to know Donald and learn about his life in St. Louis and Carnival’s plans for the future on Afternoons on 11.

  • Afternoons on 11: A Day Of Hope in Ferguson

    FERGUSON, MO (KPLR)-Organizers in Ferguson are gearing up for “A Day of Hope” aimed at giving back to the community that was hit so hard by violence and rioting last year.  The event will be held from 10:00am to 2:00pm Saturday, July 25, in Forestwood Park in Ferguson, rain or shine.  All are welcome to attend. Convoy of Hope, a Springfield, MO based organization, the city, and about 40 local churches are coordinating the free event. Things like haircuts, groceries, […]

  • Afternoons on 11: St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR)-It’s the mission of Cinema St. Louis to promote the art through its Filmmakers Showcase, St. Louis International Film Festival, screenings, programs, and educational opportunities. This year’s St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase will be held July 19 through the 23. The Showcase screens works that were written, directed, edited, or produced by St. Louis natives or films with strong local ties. In 2015, fifteen films will be screened at the Tivoli in the Delmar Loop. The programs range from […]

  • Afternoons on 11: Local woman discusses mission to assist immigrants, refugees

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – The International Institute of St. Louis has helped over 7,500 immigrants and refugees from more than 80 countries. Anna Crosslin has been at the helm of this institution for more than three decades. She joins us to talk about immigrants and refugees in our country and community, and the honor she recently received at the White House.  

  • World Cup Champion looks forward to soccer camps

    (KPLR) – Monday on Afternoon on Eleven, we’ll sit down with World Cup Champ, St. Louisan, Lori Chalupny. Chalupny will talk about the historic win against Japan, her personal comeback and why she’s looking forward to coaching young girls at summer camps in the St. Louis area. She’ll also talk about her friendship with St. Louisan Becky Sauerbrunn, her teammate,  who played every minute of the tournament. July 20th-22nd Pursuit Soccer Camp Oerter Soccer Park- Columbia, IL 8-13 years: 8:30-10:00 a.m. H.S. […]