Ayesha Khan joined FOX 2 in January 2017 as a general assignment reporter. Prior to joining FOX 2 and KPLR 11, she worked as a reporter at ABC 30 in St. Louis.

Ayesha has also worked as a multi-media journalist and weekend morning anchor/reporter at WBOC-TV in Salisbury, Maryland and spent three years as a reporter and fill-in anchor in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Ayesha graduated from the American University in Washington D.C. with a degree in Psychology. She began her career as an on-air producer for a radio talk show on 630 WMAL in Bethesda, Maryland while volunteering as a reporter for CTV-News in LArgo, Maryland..

The Midwest is a huge change for the East Coast native but she is thrilled to call it her new home. Ayesha is a self-proclaimed foodie and couldn’t be more excited to explore St. Louis’s food scene. Ayesha is also an avid runner while keeping busy with teaching indoor cycling classes.

Ayesha is always looking for compelling story ideas. If you have one, don’t hesitate to send her an email at: Ayesha.Khan@tvstl.com.


Recent Articles
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  • Catholic priests group meets with Poplar Bluffs man fearing deportation

    MAPLEWOOD, Mo. – Hundreds of Catholic priests from all over the country were in St. Louis for a convention Tuesday. But a dozen of them are also fighting for what they said is justice for illegal immigrants. About 50 members from the Association of US Catholic Priests got to meet Alex García, a Poplar Bluffs man who has been facing deportation back to Honduras. Part of their mission is to advocate for immigration reform throughout the country. García has been […]

  • Snake bites in Missouri keeping poison center busy with high call volume

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  • MoDOT closes lanes of Highway 141 in Maryland Heights due to flooding

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  • Child struck by foul ball at Busch Stadium

    ST. LOUIS – A scare in the stands Monday night at Busch Stadium when a young girl was hit by a ball in the top of the 4th inning. The Marlins Starling Castro was at bat when he hit the foul ball. According to the Cardinals the young girl was treated at the ballpark and returned to finish watching the game.

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  • St. Louis County Police Department could soon be equipped with 600 body and in car cameras

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  • City of Wildwood to end decade-long relationship with Meridian Waste after mounting resident complaints

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  • Village of 700 people in southern Illinois makes thousands of sandbags in two days

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  • Debate continues over Missouri’s last abortion clinic facing potential shutdown Friday

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  • Sunset ceremony marks and honors 14th Memorial Day at National Cemetery in Alton

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  • Safety on the minds of people taking MetroLink following deadly shooting on train

    ST. LOUIS – An altercation between two people on a MetroLink train is what St. Louis County police said led to one of the men being shot to death Wednesday morning. Police said the unidentified victim was on the eastbound red line train before it stopped at St. Charles Rock Road and shots rang out. The shooter took off running. “My friends and I refer to the MetroLink as ‘crime link,’” said Cyndi Luebke. “I don’t feel safe on it.” […]

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