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
  • Funeral home owner anxious for answers, ups reward in arson case

    ST. LOUIS – Who would want to burn down a funeral home? It’s a question investigators are still trying to answer, months after someone set fired to the Kutis Funeral Home in south St. Louis County. As Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports, the owner of Kutis said is hopeful a larger reward will lead to an arrest.

  • State’s inaugural “Back the Blue” award honors fallen North County Cooperative Officer

    VINITA PARK, Mo. – A fallen police officer from the St. Louis area has been named the first honoree of the state’s “Back the Blue” award. “Our intention is to get around the state and honor the men and women across Missouri. But the very first one is here today,” said Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt. “They deserve to be respected and, in some instances, when officers give the ultimate sacrifice, like Officer Langsdorf.” Schmitt presented the inaugural award to […]

  • Shaw Park Ice Rink closed this winter; demolition and rebuild coming soon

    CLAYTON, Mo. – It’s winter tradition: lace up the skates and spend the holidays at the Shaw Park Ice Rink. But this year, the rink on South Brentwood Boulevard will be empty. After years of planning, the City of Clayton has secured funding to begin its much-anticipated project to demolish the nearly 60-year-old rink and build a new one. The rink promises to be a state-of-the-art facility that could operate year-round and not just 10 weeks out of the year, […]

  • Unstoppable: Critically injured Arnold police shows remarkable strength during workout

    ARNOLD, Mo. – A new milestone for a local police officer who was critically injured in the line of duty. A recent video clip shows Ryan O’Connor, 45, bench pressing weights. It is a remarkable sign of strength – both physical and mental – for the former officer with the Arnold Police Department. O’Connor was shot in the back of the head by a burglary suspect in December 2017. Doctors were unsure whether he would be able to speak or […]

  • “Work-family” steps up after St. Louis County police officer killed in car crash

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – A fallen officer’s extended work family is making sure his loved ones are not forgotten. The St. Louis County Police Family Association is a 501(c )3 organization dedicated to serving the department’s employees and their families. That includes responding to critical events, including the tragic loss of Ofc. James “Mitch” Ellis Ellis was on his way home from work last week when a car slammed into his vehicle head-on. Hours later, on October 11, the […]

  • Des Peres police: Wrong-way driver traveled more than two miles on Manchester Road

    DES PERES, Mo. – Authorities in Des Peres said they are grateful no one was harmed during a wrong-way driver’s two-mile trek down Manchester Road Sunday afternoon. “There were a multitude of different things that could have happened,” said Officer Brandon Elzinga, Des Peres Department of Public Safety. The driver had just come off I-270 and turned onto Manchester Road, Elzinga said. The vehicle was headed in the wrong direction – westbound in the eastbound lanes of Manchester, he said. […]

  • “Tough Love” dad speaks to students at Sumner High School

    ST. LOUIS – He’s been nicknamed, “The Tough Love Dad.” A St. Louis father got national attention for a sign he held up at an NBA game. Tommy Tucker II is now taking his message to his alma mater, Sumner High School. As Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports, the father hopes to get teens talking about their future.

  • Parents of slain officer Michael Langsdorf thank EMT who tried to save son’s life

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – It was an emotional meeting between an EMT and the parents of a fallen police officer. Christian Hospital EMT Paul Reed was among the first responders who got the call for an officer down the afternoon of June 23. Reed drove the ambulance that transported North County Police Cooperative Officer Michael Langsdorf to the hospital. Langsdorf was shot while responding to a disturbance call at a Wellston market. The alleged shooter was trying to pass a […]

  • Custom hockey jerseys honoring fallen officer to be auctioned off at ‘First Responders Night’

    AFFTON, Mo. – An upcoming hockey game will feature special jerseys to honor the home team – as well as a hometown hero. Michael Langsdorf will be remembered at First Responders Night at the Affton Ice Rink Saturday night, September 28. Langsdorf, 40, was shot and killed June 23 while responding to a call for a bad check at a Wellston business. He leaves behind his parents, his fiancée, and two children. Police officers, firefighters, and other first responders will […]

  • Local teen organizes event to address gun violence

    SPANISH LAKE, Mo. – A local high school student is asking other teens to join her in taking a stand against what she calls a culture of gun violence. Skylar Robinson, an 18-ear-old a senior at Hazelwood West High School, is spearheading an event at her church Saturday, September 28 at 5 p.m. “It’s called ‘Stop Talking About It And Be About It,’” Robinson said. “We have to do something about gun violence. We’re losing too many youth.” To date, […]

  • Federal lawsuit filed against the City of St. Louis and police officers in kettle arrest

    ST. LOUIS – Two years ago this week, protests from downtown St. Louis to the Central West End exploded following the Jason Stockley not guilty decision was handed down. Tuesday, a federal lawsuit was filed on behalf of five local residents against the City of St. Louis and over 340 St. Louis police officers over the use of a crowd controlling tactic known as kettling. The 75-page suit says officers either violated or conspired to violate the constitutional rights of […]

  • Exclusive: Injured officer reunited with Monsignor who prayed over him in ICU

    ST. LOUIS – Men and women in uniform filled the pews of the Cathedral Basilica for the annual Blue Mass honoring first responders. It was a particularly emotional event for one police officer attending. Injured Arnold Police Officer Ryan O’Connor was reunited with the Monsignor who prayed over him in the ICU two years ago. Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports on the miraculous moment that united the two men.

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