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Dan Gray joined the KTVI Fox 2 News team in 2004 and the KPLR News 11 team in 2008. He anchors Fox 2 News at 11 AM and News 11 at Noon and reports weekdays for both stations. Dan also does part-time anchoring at KMOX Radio.

From 1992 to 2003, Dan was an anchor/reporter for KSDK-TV in St. Louis. He also worked as an anchor/reporter at KOVR-TV in Sacramento, California and KETV-TV in Omaha, Nebraska.

Dan has won several journalism awards including seven Emmy awards. He received the “Best Anchor” Emmy four times. He has been nominated for Emmy awards numerous times.

He has interviewed presidents, celebrities and covered major events including floods, earthquakes, elections and papal visits.

Dan is a native St. Louisan and a frequent speaker at schools, charity and civic organizations. He has been active in The BackStoppers, St. Louis Jewish Community Center, the ALS Association of St. Louis, the American Liver Foundation, A Safe Place; Provident of St. Louis, HavenHouse St. Louis, Safe Place for Youth in Need, St. Vincent’s Home for Children, and The Salvation Army.


Recent Articles
  • Body found on Washington University campus; construction halted

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Work at a construction site on the Washington University campus was suspended. The school says a police investigation is underway after a body was found. The large construction site is located along Skinker Boulevard and Brooking drive on the Danforth Campus. The university says campus police are investigating. The construction came to a halt early this morning. A man who was waiting for a bus across the street on Skinker said he was surprised when he […]

  • SSM Health Medical Minute: Prostate Cancer is the most common cancer in men

    September is Prostate Cancer Awareness month (week is Sept. 17-24). Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among American men after skin cancer but it can often be treated successfully. Dr. Hamilton specializes in urologic oncology including kidney, bladder, prostate and testicular cancers. Prostate Cancers usually grow slowly, most men with prostate cancer are older than 65 and do not die from the disease. Dr. Zachary Hamilton, SLUCare Urologist at SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital says, “the vast majority of […]

  • Rolla man arrested for impersonating police officer

    ROLLA, Mo. — A Phelps County man accused of posing as a police officer has been taken into custody by the real police. Rolla police arrested Thomas Parkinson, 23, after he allegedly used a black Dodge Charger equipped with emergency lights to pull someone over Wednesday night in a residential area at 4th and Walnut. The victims contacted police after they said Thompson alleged a traffic violation and made several threatening statements. “He just asked the driver for his name and […]

  • Interfaith prayer service calls for ‘peace in community’ following Stockley verdict protests

    ST. LOUIS – Religious leaders from across St. Louis converged on Kiener Plaza Tuesday afternoon with the hope of uniting the community through the power of prayer. Archbishop Robert J. Carlson led an interfaith prayer service calling for peace and solidarity. Carlson was joined by black church pastors, Jewish and Muslim faith leaders, and the Community Gospel Choir of St. Louis. Father Art Cavitt, pastor of St. Nicholas parish and executive director of the St. Charles Lwanga Center, served as […]

  • Protesters take to the streets downtown after Stockley ruling

    As news of the judge’s decision in the Jason Stockley case spread Friday morning, thousands of people decided to join the protests. The demonstrations downtown attracted more people by the hour—African-Americans and Caucasian—as word spread about the not guilty ruling. The center of the protesters’ activity was the middle of the intersection of Tucker Boulevard and Market Street at the corner of the Carnahan Court House is located. A group of protesters broke off and marched through other parts of […]

  • SSM Health Medical Minute: Moms have new choices after delivery

    Pregnant women now have more of a say in what they need during the birthing experience as they labor, but also following delivery. So much has changed in the last few years, moms who had a baby a few years ago will find things have changed this time around. At SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital in Richmond Heights, perinatal officials encourage bonding right away between mom and baby. Now, immediately following birth, the baby comes right into mom’s arms and […]

  • Fall allergy season underway as weeds, pollens increase

    ST. LOUIS – If you are sneezing, hacking, coughing and have itchy watery eyes you are not alone. Fox 2/ News 11’s Dan Gray reported the fall allergy season started in August and mid-September is the peak time for ragweed pollen to cause an allergy known as hay fever. Hay fever affects 23 million Americans each year. Symptoms include sneezing, runny nose, itchy throat or eyes. Allergy sufferers deal with it by taking over the counter or prescription medicine. You’ll be […]

  • Couple claims they’re being threatened with eviction over wheelchair ramp

    PACIFIC, Mo. – A woman claims her family is being threatened with eviction because she has had a ramp built at their home for her disabled fiancé. She says the landlord at Avery Mobile Home Park told her to move out by September 30 or face double the rent. Angela Cain said her fiancé, Mike Weir, suffered a stroke in May and will be in a wheelchair for the rest of his life. She says his church, First Baptist Church […]

  • SSM Health Medical Minute: Moms have new choices to ease the stress of labor

    Pregnant women now have more of a say in what they need during the birthing experience. So much has changed in the last 5 years – even moms who had a baby a few years ago will find things have changed this time around. It’s quite common for a woman to stay in one room for labor, delivery and recovery. SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital director of perinatal services, Pam Lesser, RN says often that room is full if colorful […]

  • Bomb squad called to construction site for box of WWII grenades

    BALLWIN, Mo. — A box of hand grenades uncovered by a workers digging a trench in Ballwin. The discovery led to evacuations and a call to the St. Louis County Bomb Squad. The grenades were found in a trench between the Steuby Manufacturing Company and the Balls-n-Strikes baseball training facility on Ramsey Lane in Ballwin. It  was a frightening situation for a few hours this morning. Bomb disposal experts in protective gear from the regional bomb squad were called to examine three […]

  • Firefighters battling large mulch fire in the Metro East

    CAHOKIA, IL – Firefighters battled a large mulch fire in the Metro East for much of Monday afternoon. Fox 2/News 11’s Dan Gray reported from Sauget Illinois where the fire smoldered for hours. The fire was noticed before two o’clock this afternoon at the Old Castle Lawn and Garden business. Most of the burning was happening along Queeny Avenue off Route 3. The company estimates that about 20,000 yards of mulch have burned. Fire departments from Sauget and about seven […]

  • Major highway improvements in St. Charles County over the next three years

    ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. – St. Charles County will see several major highway improvements over the next three years. The East-West Gateway Council of Governments has approved $48 million in funding for four projects. One of the biggest projects is along the Page Avenue extension which is Highway 364. A new interchange will be added at 364 and Gutermuth Road. When completed, it is expected to reduce traffic congestion at 364 and Mid Rivers and 364 and Highway K. Another major […]