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Jasmine Huda takes her love of news and the St. Louis community to Fox 2 News at 11 p.m., which she co-anchors with Shirley Washington. Jasmine joined The Fox 2 / News 11 team in January 2016.


Recent Articles
  • Injured Arnold police officer now walking without a cane

    TOWN AND COUNTRY, Mo. – Nine months ago, doctors didn’t think he would survive; but now, an Arnold police officer who was shot in the line of duty is marking yet another milestone. Ryan O’Connor is beginning to walk without a cane. Fox 2/KPLR 11’s Jasmine Huda shows us the video capturing his latest progress.

  • Paramedic Turned Patient: Ambulance struck by vehicle on I-55 in Jefferson County

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, MO – A local paramedic is back on the job after an extremely close call on I-55 in Jefferson County. Rock Township Ambulance District Lt. Nick Salzman was taken to the hospital after a driver struck his ambulance. “It was a life experience. One I hope not to repeat any time soon,” Salzman said. The incident happened on southbound I-55, south of Richardson Road, in Jefferson County. Salzman was on the scene of a previous accident, obtaining information […]

  • Man carjacks woman as she comes home to apartment, points gun at her face

    FLORISSANT, MO – Florissant police are searching for the suspect who carjacked a woman outside her apartment. The carjacking happened at about 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Grandview Gardens Apartments on the 1400 block of South Waterford Drive. The woman had just parked her vehicle. Wayne Reed, a neighbor, said he saw the final moments of the incident, not realizing what had happened. “I was looking out the window. I saw a young guy getting into the passenger’s side. I […]

  • Owner of Fenton business steps up security after more than 25 guns stolen

    FENTON, Mo. – The owner of a sporting goods store says he plans to step up security after more than two dozen guns were stolen. The burglary happened Tuesday just after 5:30 a.m. at the Denny Dennis Sporting Goods store located on Gravois Road. The incident marks the first time in nearly 40 years that the shop was burglarized, owner Denny Dennis said. “Thank goodness nobody was hurt. Hopefully, no one is harmed or hurt with anything that was stolen,” […]

  • Man who torched neighbor’s home has criminal history involving arson

    FLORISSANT, MO – Florissant police say it is unclear what drove a man to set fire to a home in his neighborhood. But what is known is that he has a criminal history involving arson, dating back to when he was a teen. Khadeem Ratcliff, 24,  was most recently charged with two counts of arson after authorities said he torched a garage in the 2400 block of Northridge Place last Tuesday morning. The home was under renovation and was unoccupied […]

  • Children learn life lessons from “play space” modeled after St. Charles’ historic Main Street

    ST. CHARLES, MO – (KTVI) Children in St. Charles are raving about a new indoor playground. “The town hall!” Aili, 4, exclaimed. The town hall is among the attractions at “Our Town,” the new indoor play space at the new St. Charles Early Childhood Center on Boone’s Lick Road. The space is modeled after historic Main Street St. Charles, complete with a trolley, shops, a bank, a park, and yes – a town hall featuring a voting booth. Our Town […]

  • Video: Arnold Police Officer shot in back of head regains movement in right arm

    It’s progress doctors never expected. The Arnold police officer who was shot in the back of the head last December hit yet another milestone. This week, Ryan O’Connor, 44, began to regain some gross motor movement in his right arm, which was initially thought to be permanently paralyzed. Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda shows us video of this latest breakthrough for O’Connor.

  • Hazelwood Police Explorers take top honors at national competition

    HAZELWOOD, Mo. – A group of Hazelwood teens was involved in a burglary, a shooting, and a traffic accident. These young people weren’t in trouble, however. In fact, they took top honors in a national competition. The group took part in the National Enforcement Explorer Conference at Purdue University from July 15 to July 21. It placed first in an event called Non-Emergency Vehicle Operations. Team members were required to maneuver a police vehicle through a coned course. “They were […]

  • Video: Armed teen arrested after seen rifling through cars in Clayton, second man remains at large

    CLAYTON, MO – A man remains at large after he was seen rifling through parked vehicles in Clayton’s busy Demun district. Clayton Police showed Fox 2’s Jasmine video of the suspect and his accomplice, an 18-year-old who was arrested, and who police say was carrying a loaded gun.

  • Ferguson officer recovering after vehicle rear-ended by distracted driver

    FERGUSON, MO – The Ferguson police chief hopes drivers will pay closer attention to the road, and the law after one of his officers was struck. The Lieutenant had pulled over to assist a driver on I-270 at West Florissant at about 11 pm Wednesday. He didn’t make it far. “He was rear-ended before he ever even got a chance to get out of the car to render aid,” Ferguson Police Chief Delrish Moss said. Moss calls the incident an […]

  • New St. Louis Airbnb designed to hit high note for bands concerned about equipment theft

    ST. LOUIS – A new AirBnB could be the solution for bands concerned about security in the St. Louis-area. Located on Lemp Avenue on the same block as the popular Off Broadway Bar, Jam BnB Suite lets musicians “stay and play,” owner Dan White said. White, a musician himself, said he wanted to do something to prevent tour buses and vans from becoming the target of thieves. “It could be as simple as parking at a hotel. And going to […]

  • From parking garages to gyms, police provide guidance to general public about personal safety

    BRENTWOOD, MO  – A recent carjacking prompted residents in Brentwood to ask for personal safety guidance. The response: A citizens’ safety seminar. Even though crime in Brentwood is rare, and even though the stolen vehicle in the carjacking was recovered Brentwood Police Chief Col. Joseph Spiess said one can never be too aware. “Even in a safe community like Brentwood, things like this are happening,” Spiess said. “Crime is very transient now.” In the case of the carjacking, four men […]