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
  • Eureka police: Parishioner’s vehicle broken into during Sunday mass

    EUREKA, Mo. – Eureka police are investigating a car break-in that happened during Sunday morning church services. A parishioner at Most Sacred Heart Church on East 4th Street discovered that her vehicle window had been smashed, Det. Dan Baquette said. A cellphone that had been left on the dashboard was stolen. The break-in happened shortly before the 10:30 a.m. mass began. A witness heard a car alarm and saw a grey or silver Pontiac leaving the scene. Police released a […]

  • Local self-defense course teaches women techniques to stay safe

    O’FALLON, Ill. – It’s a big hit among mothers and daughters, co-workers, and college students – a self-defense course is showing women in the St. Louis-area how to fend off an attacker. The Rape Aggression Defense Class (RAD) will be held at the O’Fallon Police Department next month. As one participant tells Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda, the experience was invaluable.

  • Redoing the road: Crews resurface stretch of Clayton Road in massive, $3.8 million project

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – If you – and your vehicle – have had enough of potholes this season, there is some good news to deliver. St. Louis County crews are re-doing part of Clayton Road near the Galleria, from Richmond Heights to the Clayton-St. Louis city limits. The massive project has been a long time coming, as Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports.

  • Employee keeps calm during holdup at Metro PCS store

    ST. LOUIS – An employee at a mobile phone store says he made a point to remain calm as an armed robber stormed his north St. Louis business. “Give the person what they want because your life is not replaceable,” Metro PCS manager Murphy Benard said. Benard and another employee were helping customers at the store on Natural Bridge Boulevard shortly before closing time March 15. Benard said a man holding a pistol entered the store and ordered them to […]

  • Close call: Shoplifter on the run tries to slam vehicle door on Chesterfield police officer

    CHESTERFIELD, MO – He goes after shoplifters. But recently, a shoplifter was going after him. Fox 2/News 11’s Jasmine Huda reports on a shoplifter who attempted to slam his car door on a Chesterfield police officer.

  • Fraudsters set up scheme to dupe Amazon, Hulu and other users about default payments

    ST. LOUIS – If you use Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, or other services to watch your favorite shows, police say watch out. Someone has found a way to trick people into believing their account is in default. Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports on the warning from local authorities.

  • Police remind online users of safe meet-up spots after recent carjacking

    MANCHESTER, Mo. – If you’re buying or selling an item with a stranger you met online, be careful. A recent face-to-face transaction landed a man from Manchester in the hospital. As Jasmine Huda reports, police have important advice on putting safety first.

  • Church community steps up to support injured Godfrey firefighter

    ALTON, IL – The community is coming together to support a Godfrey firefighter who was seriously injured while battling a house fire. Firefighter Luke Warner broke both legs after a portion of a Fosterburg home’s outer wall collapsed Tuesday night.  His colleague, Captain Jacob Ringering, succumbed to his injuries. Warner is an active member at Calvary Baptist Church in Alton. “Every Sunday, when I’m preaching, when he’s not on duty at the fire station, I can see Luke and his […]

  • Police searching for teammate linked to murder of Kirkwood High School student

    OVERLAND, MO – Overland Police are searching for a teen who they say is connected to the murder of a Kirkwood High School student. Justice Johnson was shot to death last month outside a McDonald’s. As Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports, police need help to locate Tabyas Mace, who has now been identified as a suspect.

  • Family of murdered St. Louis County police officer reacts to guilty verdict, encourages others to “Be Like Blake”

    GODFREY, IL – A guilty verdict will not bring back Blake Snyder.  But the family of the fallen police officer hopes it will encourage others to do good or, as Dick Snyder put it, “Be Like Blake.” “A simple kindness for somebody. When you go to the grocery store and you check out,” he said.  “Legitimately thank them for their service for helping you out that day.” The Snyder family sat down with Fox 2 to discuss the verdict in […]

  • Electronic arm brace proves nothing is out of reach for wounded Arnold police officer

    ST. LOUIS – A robotic device is allowing a wounded first responder to move his arm again. Thanks to an electronic brace called MYOMO – short for “My Own Motion” – Arnold Police Department Officer Ryan O’Connor is beginning to flex and bend his right arm. The right arm is one of the few complications that arose after O’Connor was shot in the line of duty December 5, 2017. “We never knew if he was going to be able to […]

  • Police bid farewell to beloved Woodson Terrace K9 diagnosed with terminal illness

    O’FALLON, Mo. – Fighting back tears, police from the St. Louis-area gave a final salute to one of their own Thursday, as Woodson Terrace K9 Bart was diagnosed with cancer and was put to sleep at a local animal hospital. More than two dozen handlers and their K9 partners were on-site to offer their support and salute Bart. A final roll call was also given to honor the German Shepherd. Lt. David DeGonia, who has trained and worked with police dogs […]

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