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Chris Regnier joined FOX 2 News as a general assignment reporter in January 2001. He previously reported at KFOX-TV in El Paso. He reported from Kuwait during Operation Desert Fox, from Oklahoma City during the deadly tornadoes, and from New Mexico when wildfires were destroying parts of the state.

Chris also spent time in radio, hosting and producing a medical news talk show on KELP in El Paso.

Before that, Chris was a weekend anchor/reporter/producer at KAUZ-TV in Wichita Falls, Texas and he began his career as a morning anchor/reporter/producer at KVTV in Laredo, Texas.

Chris received his Bachelor’s Degree in Communication from the University of California in San Diego.

He’s been a part of news reports that have won such awards as the Edward R. Murrow Award, Emmy Awards and Associated Press Awards in Texas as well as New Mexico.

Recent Articles
  • Construction starts Monday in passenger pickup zones at Lambert Airport

    ST. LOUIS – Travelers and drivers at St. Louis Lambert International Airport will also notice some changes starting Monday, October 15. Crews are going to resurface the roadway and also reconstruct the staircase between the Departure and Arrival drives. The work will be done in two phases and will involve lane closures as well as shifting many ground transportation pick-up zones. During phase one starting Monday the lanes south of the Arrivals Drive center island where the rental car and off-airport parking shuttles […]

  • Second chance for soccer in St. Louis, Enterprise family makes bid for MLS team

    ST. LOUIS –   The new push to bring MLS Soccer to St. Louis was announced Tuesday, October 9 and is much different from last year`s effort. This time voters will not be asked to approve any kind of a tax increase, which city voters said no to this idea last year. Much of the funding for this new pitch is private. It will be supplemented by a tax on tickets and concessions. The main players are the Taylor family of Enterprise Rent-A-Car and […]

  • Missing toddler found with guardians, said to be safe

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — An urgent search for a missing 3-year-old boy came to a happy conclusion Monday morning. Authorities said the boy, Shamond Evans, was safe and with his legal guardians. This was a complicated custodial arrangement that escalated for a time into a missing child case, police said. Shamond’s parents met a man initially identified as the boy’s babysitter at a gas station on Lucas and Hunt just off Interstate 70 near Jennings. The parents dropped Shamond off with […]

  • Blues face off against Winnpeg in season opener

    ST. LOUIS –  The Blues quest for the Stanley cup starts again October 4.  The puck drops on the regular season Thursday evening at the renamed and renovated Enterprise Center. The St. Louis Blues missed the playoffs for the first time in six years after being only one point short of the postseason last year.  However, the Blues are making offseason moves to try and get back to the postseason this year. The team is adding more offense to try and […]

  • Going to Florida: Sun Country Airlines begins service at St. Louis Airport

    ST. LOUIS – Sun Country Airlines has officially begun service at St. Louis-Lambert International Airport, with flights twice a week to Fort Myers, Florida on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The airline will add a second destination from Lambert on November 1 with twice-weekly flights to Tampa. Those flights will happen on Thursdays and Sundays. Sun Country, a low-cost carrier based in Minnesota in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, will operate out of Terminal 1 with its new gate operations at C-27. The carrier has […]

  • MoDOT to close I-44 lane in Fenton area for three years

    FENTON, Mo.  – A major MoDOT road construction project starting Monday, October 1 means one lane on a busy highway will be closed for the next three years. The project includes replacing bridges and making ramp improvements. MoDOT says this project is going to replace the westbound and eastbound I-44 bridges over the Meramec River in the Fenton area. The bridge from eastbound 44 to eastbound Watson Road will also be replaced as will the bridge from westbound Waston road to westbound […]

  • EPA approves West Lake Landfill radioactive waste clean-up

    BRIDGETON, Mo. – After several years of fighting and pleading with the Environmental Protection Agency to clean up the radioactive waste at the West Lake Landfill, those who live near the site have scored a victory. On Thursday, the EPA released its final remediation plan to clean up radioactive waste at the Superfund site in Bridgeton. The $205 million plan will remove approximately 70 percent of the waste from the site. The plan does not provide for relocating any residents who […]

  • Brewers down the Cardinals for second game, putting playoff spot in jeopardy

    ST. LOUIS –   It was a tough Tuesday last night for the Cards against the Brewers, and the Cardinals are waking up no longer in control of their own playoff destiny. Nothing is decided yet when it comes to the Cardinals Playoff fate, however, things are coming down to the wire. The game got off to a rough start for the Redbirds. In the first inning, Jesus Aguilar and Ryan Braun hit back to back two-out home runs to put […]

  • Reginald Clemons eligible for parole in 2020 in deaths of Kerry sisters

    ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis man who confessed to an infamous double killing at the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge could be out of prison by 2020. Last December, Reginald Clemons confessed to the 1991 murders of 19-year-old Robin Kerry and her 20-year-old sister Julie inside the Carnahan Courthouse downtown and received multiple life sentences. Clemons was originally convicted and sentenced to death back in 1993. The Kerry sisters were raped and then thrown to their deaths from the […]

  • Convicted murderer in Kerry sisters slaying could see parole in 2020

    ST. LOUIS-  There is stunning news about Reginald Clemons—he`s the man who last year pleaded guilty to his role in the killings of the Kerry sisters back in 1991. The details on this story are in our partner the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Last December, Clemons confessed to the murders inside the Carnahan Courthouse downtown and received multiple life sentences. Now, we`re learning he could be out of prison by 2020. Clemons was originally convicted and sentenced to death back in […]

  • Arch Helicopter makes emergency landing in O’Fallon

    O’FALLON, Ill. – An emergency medical team in Arch Helicopter makes an early morning emergency landing Monday. The landing happened shortly after midnight at Leman Settlement Road Near Witte Road. A source tells FOX 2  the pilot noticed a light of some kind come on in the helicopter that raised concerns. That is what apparently prompted the pilot to put the chopper down in the field. There were three people who were on board the helicopter at the scene.  We are told […]

  • Cardinals playoff tickets go on sale noon Thursday

    ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals are having another great season and are on track to make the playoffs.  Busch Stadium is sure to be busy Thursday afternoon when the playoff tickets go on sale at noon. However, the Redbirds still have work to do to make sure they have a playoff spot. Regardless of where the Cardinals end up in the playoff lineup, the tickets are expected to go like hotcakes. You can purchase the tickets at, the Busch […]