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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
  • 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 […]

  • Man arrested for shoplifting found with detailed journal of stolen liquor

    BALLWIN, MO – It’s not every day that a piece of evidence falls in a detective’s lap. But that’s what happened to police in Ballwin. As Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports, an accused shoplifter left notes that were not only detailed, they made quite the impression.

  • Elizabeth Snyder shows letters of love, support during Trenton Forster trial

    CLAYTON, Mo. – A box full of cards and letters arrived for Elizabeth Snyder and her family during the Trenton Forester trial. Forester, 20, was convicted Friday of the shooting death of Elizabeth Snyder’s husband, Blake Snyder. Snyder, 33, was shot while responding to a disturbance call in south St. Louis County on October 6, 2016. “A lot of different people, different precincts, citizens as well, that just wanted to show us their support and a little love, on these […]

  • Exclusive: Mother of fallen St. Louis County Police Officer speaks as shooter stands trial for murder

    CLAYTON, MO – It has been a gut-wrenching two years for the family of Officer Blake Snyder. And this week, the pain is amplified as the man who murdered the officer, husband and father stands trial. But the officer’s family has found strength to get them through this difficult time. Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda spoke with the fallen hero’s mother about her son’s service and the group that has given her unconditional support.

  • Stomach flu or the big flu? Local doctor clears up confusion

    ST. LOUIS – It’s the middle of winter, and if you’re not feeling well, you might think you have the flu. Or is it the stomach flu? It’s easy to confuse the two. In fact, doctors say many people don’t know the difference. Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda spoke with a local physician to break down the differences and the important treatment options.

  • Grocers work to assist St. Louisans affected by government shutdown

    ST. LOUIS – Food stamps were issued early because of the government shutdown. For millions of Americans, the move is a big change. Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports on what one discount grocer is doing to help families in the St. Louis area adjust.

  • Shaw Park rink project delayed; officials insist it’s not on thin ice

    CLAYTON, Mo. – Visitors are getting to enjoy the Shaw Park Ice Rink a little bit longer. The popular Clayton ice rink was expected to shut down this season – but there’s been a delay. Fox 2/KPLR 11’s Jasmine Huda reports on efforts to rebuild the facility on South Brentwood Boulevard.

  • Ladue police release audio of ‘polite’ armed robbers

    LADUE, Mo. – For the first time, we’re hearing the voices of the “polite robbers” wanted for holding up businesses in Ladue and Richmond Heights. The pair is accused of robbing three businesses New Year’s Day afternoon: a BP gas station in Ladue, as well as a Phillips 66 gas station and an In & Out shop in Richmond Heights. Only one thing stands out more than their distinctive, bright-colored hooded sweatshirts. The suspects also were described as minding their […]

  • Authorities remind public about personal safety at malls, shopping centers

    RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Mo. – With the holiday shopping season in full swing, police are reminding the public to be alert at shopping centers. Carjackings, purse and wallet thefts, and vehicle break-ins are year-round problems, but more cases tend to occur in December when people are distracted and busy. Richmond Heights Police Department Officer Miranda Conard offered tips that apply to any venue, in any community. Don’t make yourself a target, Conard said. Condense shopping bags to draw less attention. She […]

  • Stolen trike replaced – Dogtown man thanks neighbors for special set of wheels

    ST. LOUIS – A Dogtown man who has special needs was hoping he’d get a trike for Christmas. And not a new one. The trike belonging to Patrick Schneider, 63, was stolen more than a month ago when he was purchasing coffee from the Starbucks at the Cheshire Inn. He walked out of the coffee shop, and his prized possession was gone. Scheider desperately wanted his bike back. “I don’t know why they would take somebody’s handicapped bike,” he said. […]

  • Eureka display home burglar caught, returns property

    EUREKA, MO – A sigh of relief for the owner of a Eureka display home that had been burglarized. The suspect was located by police and returned the stolen items. As Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports, this break-in at a display property wasn’t his first.

  • Creative Criminals: Fox 2 is along for the ride as Chesterfield Police crackdown on shoplifters

    CHESTERFIELD. MO – It is a scene reminiscent of ‘The Shawshank Redemption’: a man cuts a hole through a wall to get to the other end. Except, in this case, the criminal is a shoplifter at a hardware store in Chesterfield. He was concealing backsplash tiles. “He’d go and [cut] a hole outside Lawn & Garden. And he would push it out the hole,” Chesterfield Police Officer Trevor McBride. McBride is a member of his department’s Special Enforcement Unit or […]

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