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I’m the Emmy award-winning Executive Producer of Interactive Content for KTVI and KPLR television. I manage some of the top websites and social media in St. Louis.

I write breaking news stories, produce viral videos and manage our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. My team is often the first to confirm a story and alert our audience through our apps, social media and e-mail newsletters. We work with newscast producers to bridge the gap between online and on-air elements.

My work during the protests following the shooting of Michael Brown led to an Emmy for breaking news.

Recent Articles
  • Coffee Cartel closing Central West End location after 22-years

    ST. LOUIS, MO — An iconic coffee shop in the heart of the Central West End is closing after 22-years. Coffee Cartel announces that Tuesday, October 16th will their final day of business. They say a dramatic decrease in sales is the cause for closing.  They say there is a 24% decrease in sales this year and 11% last year. The business says it is not possible to continue to operate with monthly losses. Coffee Cartel is inviting the public to […]

  • Superintendent of St. Louis County’s largest school district’s thoughtful note on retirement

    EUREKA, Mo. — St. Louis County’s largest school district is looking for a new leader.  Rockwood Schools Superintendent Eric Knost will retire at the end of the current school year. He’s been in education for 31 years and has led the Rockwood District since 2014. The Rockwood School District posted this note from Dr. Eric Knost to their Facebook page: “To all my colleagues, friends, students both past and present, and others; In one of my favorite poems, Rudyard Kipling refers to […]

  • Ozark renewed for season 3 on Netflix

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Ozark has been renewed for a third season. Netflix series star Jason Bateman tweets, “I’m happy for me, but concerned for Marty – it’s official OZARK 3 is on its way.” ‘Ozark’ stars Jason Bateman as a financial planner who reluctantly moves his family to the Missouri Ozarks to launder hundreds of millions of dollars for a drug cartel. Laura Linney co-stars. Bateman also directed and served an executive producer of the show. The show was filmed […]

  • Ferguson area football team surprised by Ellen with $25,000 after inspiring story

    FERGUSON, Mo. — A Ferguson area high school football team is getting a gift because of the team’s inspiring mission. The CW high school football TV drama “All American” is giving the team $25,000 after hearing about the coach’s story and the team’s dedication to excellence. Ellen DeGeneres received a letter about Howard Brown, the Head Football Coach at McCluer South-Berkeley High School, in Ferguson, Missouri. The person writing the letter says Brown has spent his life trying to help […]

  • School bus accident in south St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO — A school bus has crashed in south St. Louis.  The accident is near the intersection of Chippewa and Meramec. This does not appear to be a major incident.  Two people may have been injured in this accident.  They may opt to refuse treatment because their injuries are so mild. No children were on the bus at the time of this accident.

  • Police surround home after shooting near south St. Louis school

    ST. LOUIS, MO — There is a report of a shooting across from a Catholic school in south St. Louis. The incident happened near St. Cecilia School and Academy in the 900 block of Eichelberger. It is not clear if there are injuries in this shooting. Police are at a nearby home in the 5400 block of Louisiana. They had surrounded the building with weapons drawn. The connection between the shooting and the home are not known at this time. […]

  • Police chase from St. Ann ends in St. Louis city crash

    ST. LOUIS, MO — A police chase from St. Louis County has ended in a crash in the city of St. Louis.   An officer from St. Ann appears to have followed a suspect during a high-speed pursuit on I-70.  The chase ended in a crash on West Florissant and St. Louis Avenue. A person was placed in police custody at the scene. The man had to be pulled from the vehicle.  Others had to also be pulled from the suspect’s vehicle. […]

  • Construction worker keeps $245 million lottery win a secret for weeks

    NEW YORK – A New York construction worker kept his $245 million lottery win a secret for weeks, according to WPIX. When Nandlall Mangal came back from a quick trip his Staten Island home after a quick trip to Maryland last month, he decided to see if the Powerball ticket he left on the kitchen table won anything. It turns out the ticket was worth $245.6 Million from the drawing on Aug. 11.  Even then he was calm. “Checked it, put it […]

  • Famous Flag on Facebook Live during Hurricane Florence to be sold at auction

    ATLANTIC OCEAN/NORTH CAROLINA – You saw it flying triumphantly off the North Carolina coast as Hurricane Florence made landfall; now you can take it home. Frying Pan Tower is holding a charity auction where those interested can bid on “Kevin,” the American flag that flew above the former U.S. Coast Guard Light Station during the storm, battered and torn by the fierce winds. One hundred percent of the auction’s proceeds will go directly toward Hurricane Florence relief through the American […]

  • 15-year-old in critical condition after being shot by St. Louis police officer

    ST. LOUIS – A teenager was taken to the hospital Wednesday morning after being shot by a St. Louis police officer in a north city neighborhood. According to St. Louis Police Chief John Hayden, the incident unfolded around 11:45 a.m. near the intersection of Union Boulevard and Wabada Avenue; that sits along the border of the Wells-Goodfellow and Kingsway West neighborhoods. Police were told of a “large confrontation” at that location, Hayden said. At least one person was said to […]

  • Bikers seen speeding around Arch grounds during ‘Ride of the Century’

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Hundreds of motorcycles flooded the streets of St. Louis over the weekend for the annual Ride of the Century. The groups’ antics, particularly beneath one of the city’s most prized attractions, have many residents and visitors frustrated over what they are calling blatant disrespect. Riders from all over the country showed up for the event. Fox 2/KPLR 11 received numerous complaints and there are countless posts on social media claiming riders harassed people near Busch Stadium and […]

  • Two die after plane crashes near Festus airport

    FESTUS, Mo. – Crystal City Police say that a small airplane as crashed near the Festus Memorial Airport.   A FOX 2 crew reports that at least one person died in this accident.  The plane is registered from Collins, New York. Electrical issues were reported before the plane went down.  The pilot asked the airport for assistance at around midnight. The plane crashed at around 2:00am and was discovered at around 7:40am. Jefferson County Sheriff Dave Marshak says that the pilot […]