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My hometown is Niagara Falls, New York. I have a big family, and was born the 5th of 7 children. I previously worked in Buffalo, NY in radio and at WGRZ-TV as an Entertainment Reporter. I moved to St. Louis in the late 80’s. Since living in St. Louis, I’ve worked at Y-98 radio, KLOU Radio, KMOX Radio.

I started at KTVI in 1992 on a part-time basis and came on board full-time in 1994 in the Sports Department as a reporter. I was named Weekend Sports Anchor shortly afterwards. I’ve had the pleasure of covering the Blues during the Hull, Keenan, Gretzky era…the Cardinals during Mark McGwire’s Home Run Race and the Rams, from their arrival in St. Louis to two Super Bowl appearances.

I found a new home on the FOX 2 News in the Morning in the summer of 1999 and have been here ever since. In addition to anchoring the morning news between 5-7am, I also contribute to Contact 2, Fit on FOX , Missouri Lawyers Weekly, FOX Files reports, Rams Pre-season football and the American Idol Finals.
I am also proud to be the co-author of a children’s book called: “The Tooth Fairy Palace.” I wrote it with my daughter when she asked the question: “Mom, what does the Tooth Fairy do with the teeth after she takes them from under the pillow?”. It’s a fun story as well as some good advice and lessons for little ones regarding good dental health. For more information on the “Tooth Fairy Palace”, either e-mail Randi, or click on the sidebar Web link.

I love: My family, watching sports (especially football), golfing with my husband, bird watching (I’m a “bird-nerd”), my three golden retrievers, cat and fish pond, the color red, staying at home, veggies, goofy movies (favorite: It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad Mad World), jamming to music, a good wine, laughing with friends, family dinners, being anywhere near a lake or ocean, quirky people, American Idol and naps.

I am also very active in various charitable organizations. I am proud to contribute my time as an emcee or host for many charitable events.

Want to send me a news tip? E-mail: randi.naughton@tvstl.com


Recent Articles
  • City Hall prepares for 15th annual Mayor`s Ball

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-Mardi Gras festivities are kicking off tonight at the annual Mayor’s Ball. It’s the final celebration for outgoing Mayor Francis Slay. He missed last year’s party while out campaigning for Hillary Clinton is New Hampshire. FOX 2 has live coverage all morning as the preparations get underway. Randi Naughton and John Pertzborn are live at City Hall with more on tonight’s big event!

  • Big Brothers, Big Sisters: The impact is infinite

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- Did you know that Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri has been around since 1914. The organization helps to match young people with adult mentors. Nearly 1,600 youth are currently matched in one-on-one relationships; 1,000 more are waiting to be matched. Becky Hatter is the President and CEO of Big Brothers, Big Sisters. She  joined us at the FOX 2 studios with more about the program. For additional information visit: bbbsemo.org

  • Texting can change your posture

    (KTVI)- For adults, the average weight of the head is 10-12 pounds and that weight, combined with texting can cause problems with your muscles, tendons and ligaments. Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Richard Lehman from the U.S. Center for Sports Medicine in Kirkwood tells us about a about a new study. For additional information visit: uscenterforsportsmedicine.com

  • Cardinal fans react to NLCS game 1 loss

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – St. Louis was a very busy city Saturday as Cardinal fans flocked to downtown for the first game of the NLCS between the Cardinals and the Giants. The game marked the second time in two years the two teams have meet in post season play for the right to go to the World Series. While just up the street Blues fans were treated to a preseason win over the Calgary Flames 4-1. Once the Blues game […]

  • Cardinal fans gear up for game 1 of NLCS

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Cardinal Nation is out in full force Saturday for the first game of the NLCS between the Cardinals and the Giants. A sea of red is blanketing downtown St. Louis outside Busch Stadium. Randi Naughton is in the middle of the sea of red, with fans looking for a win in tonight’s NLCS game. Dear @SFGiantsFans, Welcome to Baseball Heaven! @Cardinals @BPVSTL #SFvsSTL @MLB #NLCS #GoCards @FOX2now pic.twitter.com/nuIobxauvQ — Randi Naughton (@RandiNaughton) October 11, 2014 Here […]

  • Cardinals could clinch Tuesday as pitchers Miller, Kershaw go head-to-head

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The St. Louis Cardinals could clinch the NL Division Series Tuesday afternoon and advance to the championship series.  And they could do it with pitcher Shelby Miller.  It will be his first post-season start in the Major Leagues. He’s going up against Dodgers’ ace Clayton Kershaw in Game 4.  Kershaw, the favorite to win the National League’s Cy Young award for this season, lost to the Redbirds in Game 1 of this series. The redbirds […]

  • One Direction to perform at Edward Jones Dome Wednesday

    (KTVI)- The group One Direction burst on to the music scene in 2010 after the members appeared on the British version of “The X-Factor.” Now they are global sensations. They’ve won countless awards and have sold out around the world. Their latest tour; “Where We Are” is bringing them to St. Louis. The group will perform at the Edward Jones Dome Wednesday night, August 27th. Marty Brook Sr., Vice President and General Manager for America’s Center, shares what you can […]

  • St. Louis PrideFest happening this weekend

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – This year, FOX 2 is proud to sponsor this year’s St. Louis PrideFest,  celebrating the LGBT Commumity in the bi-state area.  The parade is this Sunday at 11a.m. near Soldiers Memorial, downtown.  FOX 2’s Elliott Weiler will serve as one of the judges. Trish Busch is the PrideFest Emcee and she stopped by our studios to talk about the festivities. If you’d like more information about all of the events visit: PrideSTL.org    

  • Puppies for Parole Program

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – What happens when you put together prison inmates and dogs who are looking for adoptive homes?  You get a program called “Puppies for Parole.”  Paul Scimone and Sandy Redford from Stray Rescue, Jennifer Sachse, the Warden at the Missouri Eastern Correctional Facility, along with “Seargant”, who just completed training in prison, join Randi to talk more about the program. For more information visit: strayrescue.org

  • It’s Navy Week in St. Louis

    (KTVI) – If you’re walking around St. Louis this week and you see a bunch of people dressed in Navy gear, there’s a reason: It’s Navy Week in St. Louis. St. Louis is one of only six cities to host Navy Week 2014.  Lieutenant Andrew Tingley, Sr. Chied Michael Klingeman, Airman Tyler House-Dunn, Aviation Ordananceman Cody Lindenbusch and ABE Dontavious Roberts stopped by to tell us about Navy Week STL. To check out all the events going on this week, visit […]

  • Ballpark Village celebrates grand opening

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Cardinal Nation celebrated Thursday night with the grand opening of Ballpark Village. For Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III, who’s been the driving force behind Ballpark Village, experiencing this moment is surreal: “To finally be here is a great sense of relief and accomplishment, and excitement for what’s to come.” With its five performance stages, retractable roof, bars, restaurants, and rooftop deck, Ballpark Village will now be an integral part of the Cardinal fans’ experience, but […]

  • Kathleen Sebelius: Healthcare coverage deadline extension

    (KPLR) – Under the Affordable Care Act, Americans who do not have health insurance for more than three months could be facing a tax penalty for 2014. If you’re one of those rushing to register before Monday’s deadline, you’ve got more time because that deadline has been extended. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius spoke with Randi Naughton about the program and the deadline extension. Sign up here: HealthCare.gov 1-800-318-2596 Local In-Person Help: Enter zip code here: localhelp.healthcare.gov