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
  • Hazelwood police officer recounts rescue of toddler, grandmother from house fire

    HAZELWOOD, Mo. – A Hazelwood police officer is hailed as a hero after rescuing a toddler and her grandmother from a house fire. Last Friday morning, Officer Daniel Rodriguez was on patrol when a call came for a house one block over on Becker Drive. “The initial call was for a house fire. I know on the radio they said the house is fully engulfed,” he said. The dramatic moments were caught on his body camera. The one-story brick home […]

  • ‘New York Times’ columnist’s memoir takes center stage in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS – The life of a New York Times columnist has jumped from the pages of the paper to center stage in St. Louis. Opera Theatre of St. Louis is running “Fire Shut Up In My Bones,” an opera adapted from the memoir of Charles Blow. Blow sat down with Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda to talk about the production.

  • St. Peters man almost duped after con artist claims to find missing dog

    ST. PETERS, Mo. – A St. Peters man thought he was close to reuniting with his missing dog. But that hope quickly turned to heartache. He spoke with Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda about the con artist who lied about finding the pet – all to make a quick buck.

  • Gloves and Garbage near the Grove, neighbors band together to pick up litter

    ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis neighborhood is looking a lot better after a trash pickup. The litter was cleared out not by a garbage truck, but rather, a group of neighbors. Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports on the residents who took it upon themselves to clean up their block.

  • St. Louis County officers hailed as heroes for helping nab robbery suspect in Washington, DC

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – They say they were just doing their job. But they didn’t expect to take down a bad guy in Washington, DC. As Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports, some officers from the St. Louis County Police Department are getting credit for fighting crime at the nation’s capital.

  • Gone in two minutes: After car stolen, police remind drivers to lock up at the pump

    CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – Police are warning drivers to watch out the next time they fill up at the pump. They say a car was stolen from a west St. Louis County gas station. As Fox 2’s Jasmine Huda reports, it happened when the victim went inside to pay.

  • Prayers answered: Woman’s belongings located after car break-in at church

    FRANKLIN COUNTY, Mo. – A woman said she was shocked by what she discovered in her church’s parking lot. Mandy Parmentier said as she was attending Saturday evening mass with her family, someone apparently used a crowbar to break into her car. “My purse was taken out. It was tucked underneath the dash. I didn’t feel that I needed that in the middle of church,” said Parmentier. The break-in happened on a recent Saturday evening at Our Lady of Lourdes […]

  • Missouri House approves tax credit package for GM Wentzville plant

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Some serious investment could be coming to the General Motors Assembly Plant in Wentzville. The state government appears ready to offer big tax incentives to the tune of more than $50 million. But there are strong opinions both for and against the tax credits. It all stems from Governor Mike Parson’s economic development package. The measure, which focuses on employers across the state, zeroes in on growing business in Missouri. For the GM plant in Wentzville, […]

  • Exclusive: Local police, Fire train for active shooter incident at St. Louis church

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis area police and firefighters are updating their approach to active shooter incidents, and the move couldn’t be more timely. Across the world, places of worship have come under attack, most recently at a California synagogue, where one person was dead and three injured. The training for local first responders began several weeks ago at a church in south St. Louis. Many of the men and women have run through the scenarios at previous training. But […]

  • Local police department develops new policy to address hate crimes

    CLAYTON, MO – The deadly synagogue attack in California represents an issue that has become front-and-center for police across the country – and in the St. Louis area. As Jasmine Huda reports, the Clayton Police Department recently changed the way it investigates hate crimes.

  • 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.

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