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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
  • St. Louis police arrest man wanted for decades-old Boston murders

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – A cold case murder in Boston has been cracked nearly 30 years later in St. Louis. Officers with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department arrested 52-year-old Carlton Henderson Sunday evening in south city. Henderson had been wanted for a 1988 double murder in Boston. Henderson was picked up in the 4200 block of Swan Avenue, in the Forest Park Southeast neighborhood, police said. He initially gave a home address of Cave Creek, Arizona. Henderson was wanted […]

  • 6 victims injured during 3 north county shootings in 24 hours

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – There have been three separate north St. Louis County shootings in the last 24 hours with a total of six victims. The latest shooting happened Thursday morning. St. Louis County police say that shortly before 6 a.m. Thursday an 18-year-old was walking to catch a bus near Natural Bridge And Oakdale in the village of Uplands Park. As he was walking a small silver SUV with tinted windows pulled up alongside him. Three men in […]

  • SSM Health Medical Minute: New option for those with shoulder problems

    Growing more common is a procedure called reverse shoulder replacement. For some with rotator cuff problems, reversing the socket and metal ball that goes into a conventional replacement is a better alternative. Dr. Katherine Burns, orthopedic surgeon at SSM Health DePaul Hospital says the reverse shoulder replacement is a solution for a wide variety of conditions including arthritis and rotator cuff tears. It can be scary to think that changing the way nature originally intended a shoulder to work, but […]

  • Pay It Forward: Man volunteers time and money fixing up neighborhood homes

    (KPLR) – On National Volunteer Week, our Pay It Forward report shines a light on a local man who volunteers his time and talent in fixing up homes. Michael Uhlmeyer believes he has been given a second chance at life, so he wants to give others a second chance. Uhlmeyer was diagnosed with colon cancer at age 30. He shut down his real estate business, underwent surgery, and spent a year-and-a-half in bed. At 34, his gratefulness for good health […]

  • Governor Greitens set to sign law allowing ride sharing statewide in Missouri

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Ride sharing businesses such as Uber and Lyft are about to become legal statewide in Missouri. In recent years there has been a patchwork of regulations from local government to local government regulating ride sharing companies. Governor Eric Greitens says the new bill sets up a consistent statewide framework for the companies to operate within. “And frankly it’s time for Missouri to join the rest of the country by rolling back these regulations taking on special […]

  • Police searching for serial credit card thieves

    TOWN AND COUNTRY, MO (KPLR) – A team of credit card thieves is at work in the St. Louis area. Police in Town and Country are asking for the public’s help in identifying four suspects, who use diversionary tactics to steal wallets. Police released surveillance pictures from a Target store in Kirkwood where the group of thieves used stolen credit cards to make purchases. The pictures were taken April 10 between 1:20 p.m. and 1:40 p.m. The suspects walked out […]

  • Officer shot at in North St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – St. Louis police are investigating shots fired at one of its officer early Monday morning on North 13th Street in north St. Louis. The officer was stopped at a stop light on North 14th Street when he witnessed a suspect in vehicle hanging out of the sunroof firing an assault rifle at numerous individuals in a parking lot in the 1500 block of North 13th street.Some of the individuals on parking lot returned fire at the […]

  • SSM Health Medical Minute: Only 59 percent call 911 during heart attack

    When someone is having a heart attack, the first thing people should do is call 911. While the majority do, new data from the American Heart Association finds 59 percent of patients overall are transported by ambulance. Far too many are driven by friends or family and in a situation where every second counts, it’s a mistake that can mean the difference in a person surviving a heart attack. Dr. Anish Thomas, SSM Health Interventional Cardiologist, explains that while it […]

  • Gov. Rauner goes on balanced budget tour of Illinois

    BETHALTO, IL (KPLR) – Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner was in Bethalto Wednesday as part of his “’balanced budget tours.” Appearing at St. Louis Regional Airport, Rauner called for restoring power to the people of Illinois, for job growth, better schools, and lower taxes. The governor said raising taxes will not balance the budget, and that a tax hike is a pay cut to hard working families.

  • Battery-powered buses on St. Louis streets

    ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Battery-powered transit will so be rolling through the Gateway City. Metro is wrapping up testing of a new bus Tuesday. An electric bus has been getting a test run on the streets of downtown St. Louis for a week now. The 42-foot-long green and blue bus has been running the Number 99 route near Union Station. The test gave Metro the chance to see how it performs on city streets under a variety of traffic and […]

  • Family, friends, musicians, and fans bid farewell to Chuck Berry in emotional celebration

    UNIVERSITY CITY, MO (KPLR) – The Rock-n-Roll legend Chuck Berry was remembered Sunday afternoon as a man who changed the music world and a man who loved St. Louis.  Fans, musicians, friends, and family crowded into the Pageant in University City for Sunday’s memorial service. The celebration of life for Chuck Berry began as somber reverent service with scripture, prayers and hymns.  But there was also laughter and special memories, along with some stories many people had not heard before. […]

  • Airport Commission meets to discuss privatization process

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – The mayor-elect of St. Louis is open to exploring the possibility putting St. Louis-Lambert International Airport under private management. The St. Louis Airport Commission met Wednesday for the first time since Mayor Francis Slay proposed privatizing the airport. Mayor-elect Lyda Krewson sits on the commission. “It’s something that we need to go down the road on a little bit. I don’t know a lot about the process of doing that, but I think it is an […]