Blair Ledet of Houston, Texas is elated to join Fox 2 as a reporter in the Gateway City!

She comes to St. Louis from Hattiesburg Mississippi’s WDAM News 7 Sunrise team. During her time there, she was a morning co-anchor and multimedia journalist with a franchise highlighting the notable people, places, and acts of kindness in the viewing area.

Her career in Broadcast Journalism began at WDAM’s sister station, KTRE in East Texas, as a multimedia journalist. She learned the ropes reporting, anchoring, and producing while gaining an appreciation for the simplistic beauty of the south. She is proud of her work helping East Texans access healthcare after insurance changes left thousands without options.

She began her journey as a reporter at Sam Houston State University’s news station, KSHU-TV 7. There, she spent much time learning about studio production, but she soon decided she’d rather be at the scene reporting! Blair then interned at KRIV Fox 26 News, shadowing reporters throughout their hectic days. The excitement and opportunities for creativity drove her to pursue a reporter career.

Blair is eager to connect with people in the St.Louis area from all walks of life and tells their stories. During her spare time, she enjoys mentoring teenage girls. She also sings, plays piano, and shamelessly watches reality TV. Blair is also a die-hard Beyonce fan!

She is passionate about having authentic experiences and connection with people in the places she settles down. If you have a story idea or a unique St.Louis treasure you think she should check out, send her an email at

Recent Articles
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    ST. LOUIS – Crimestoppers has a $6,000 reward for anyone who can offer tips to solve recent arson cases in North City. Those living in the area said the fires really leave them with questions about the motive. The smell of smoke is still strong at just one of several homes destroyed in a string of fires in the 5100 block of Enright. Neighbors said flames lit up the skies even damaging the home next door. “When I looked out […]

  • Dred Scott Heritage Foundation unveils limited edition 3-D statue

    ST. LOUIS – The Dred Scott statue sits in Downtown St. Louis as a symbol of commemoration and history. The Dred Scott Heritage Foundation has now unveiled a limited-edition reproduction of it to use art as education. “We have to confront our past and historians must be a witness,” said David Konig, professor of law at Washington University. While descendants of several landmark cases that shaped America’s, history spoke at the Mahler Ballroom, the Dred Scott Foundation unveiled the first reproduction […]

  • Downtown I-64 ramp work rescheduled due to Cardinals’ playoff games

    ST. LOUIS –  MoDOT is giving a heads up on changes to construction projects underway in downtown St. Louis to make room for Cardinal fans. The Broadway to westbound I-64 ramp entrance reopened Thursday and is complete. MoDOT will close the 10th street on-ramp to westbound I-64 Friday, October 11 at 6:00 a.m. The on-ramp is expected to reopen for traffic by 3:30 p.m. Repair work previously scheduled for the westbound Poplar Street Bridge ramp to southbound I-55/I-44 on Friday has been rescheduled […]

  • Free hats and more at The Normal Brand grand opening Oct. 10

    ST. LOUIS –  Join The Normal Brand for the official Grand Opening of their Laude store and get a free hat ($30 Value) of your choice with purchase! Shoppers can enter to win a free Garrett Weekend Bag, with no purchase necessary and shop their newest Fall 2019 collection.

  • Wicked Wings and Wine at the Butterfly House

    ST. LOUIS – Grown-ups looking for a wicked good time won`t want to miss Wicked Wings and Wine. The 21+ event is a chance to sample local brews and wines while learning about owl butterflies. Take a stroll through the torch-lit garden and enjoy festive music. Dare to try chocolate chirp cookies or mango mealworm chutney, compliments of the Bug Chef! Other light appetizers will also be provided by Russo`s Catering and Orlando`s Catering. Wicked Wings and Wine takes place […]

  • Cardinals fans react after team falls to the Braves

    ST. LOUIS – Ahead of Sunday’s game, Ballpark Village was full of fans anxious to root for their beloved home-team whose last appearance in the playoffs was in 2015. “It’s our favorite thing to do. This is what we live for!” said a Cardinals fan. There was a pep rally that rolled in with dancing, cheering, and confidence the Cardinals had what it took to face the Braves and break the tie. “I’ve been a Cardinals fan since I was […]

  • Delivery driver for Postmates carjacked in West St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis man working for a food delivery service is without a car. He said he didn’t see it coming and has a warning for those in the delivery business. Kyron Bailey said he was on Clara Avenue in DeBaliviere Place Thursday delivering food for Postmates. He said he walked up the steps to deliver food and turned around to see his car gone. “I got out to deliver the food and as I’m giving him the […]

  • Blues take on Washington Capitals in historic home opener tonight

    ST. LOUIS – The defending Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues will take on previous Stanley Cup champions Washington Capitals for historic opening night at the Enterprise Center Wednesday. The Blues swept the season series with the Capitals in 2018-19, going 2-0 and outscoring Washington 9-3. Fans with tickets can enter Enterprise Center at 5:00 p.m. and should be in their seats by 6:45 p.m. for the Stanley Cup championship banner ceremony. Fans are encouraged to arrive early due to […]

  • Hundreds spread love at successful Peacefest event

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO – This year’s goal for Peacefest was to “pack the park with peace-loving people.” That is exactly what played out today in the Bellefontaine Park. People who came out to this event said it was a relief to step away from the violence that has been playing out and step into what was a stress-free environment. “Peacefest gives us an opportunity to really escape the horror and the trauma that St. Louis is experiencing right now,” […]

  • Health officials urge people to get flu vaccinations now

    ST. LOUIS – Though we just stepped into autumn and temperatures have not yet dropped very low, health experts express it is not too early to schedule a flu shot for yourself and your children. SSM Health has free clinic is around the corner. Medical professionals said it’s time now to take preventative measures against the flu, and people should not put off the vaccination. Last year’s flu season ended with intense record-setting numbers of diagnosis. “It’s certainly time. The […]

  • Wentzille businesses respond to economic impact of GM strike

    WENTZVILLE, Mo. – General Motors workers are on the picket lines as day ten of the United Auto Workers strike continues. Union members said they have made progress in negotiations. General Motors is Wentzville’s top employer. As the strike continues to affect workers vying for fair wages, affordable healthcare, and their share of profits, local business can feel a change. “We just haven’t been getting that business, and it’s been really showing,” said Emily Fluchell, a waitress at Pete’s Drive-In. […]

  • Man shot outside of popular bar in Maplewood

    MAPLEWOOD, MO – The Maplewood Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred Sunday afternoon after 4 p.m. at the Post Sports Bar & Grill located in downtown Maple at 7372 Maplewood Road. According to police, the bar was filled with patrons watching the Cardinals game when the shooting occurred.  Police have taken into custody an employee of the Post Sports Bar, for the alleged shooting of a man outside of the bar. Chief Stephen Kruse of the Maplewood Police […]

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