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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
  • Six involved in MetroLink retaliation assault; police search for 3 suspects

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – The St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged three men Friday for allegedly beating a man on a westbound MetroLink train between the Rock Road station and the UMSL South station earlier this week. Police said they’re still searching for three additional suspects, pictured in surveillance video taken from the attack. The suspects in custody were identified as Jahma Swanigan, Jody Dale, and Eddie Price. Price and Dale were identified from the MetroLink surveillance video. They […]

  • Suspect in wild stolen dump truck chase back in police custody

    ST. LOUIS, MO — US Marshal service tells FOX 2 that Joseph MacDonald is back to custody and is in the St. Louis City Justice Center. He is the suspect in a high-profile police pursuit of a stolen dump truck that was released from before prosecutors could charge him. The St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office issued the charges against the 39-year-old over two weeks ago. However, the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department City Police Department said those charges were issued […]

  • Missouri Airman returns for burial in Phelps County

    ST. CLAIR, MO — The body of an Air Force Staff Sergeant From St. Clair, Missouri returns Friday. Ethan Million, 24, died last week while on duty in Montana. His body returns home to Lambert Airport around 9:15am. Million’s funeral is at 11am Saturday at the Anutt Community Church in Phelps County. He will be buried in Edgar Springs.

  • Litchfield schools placed on lockdown after ammo found in bathroom

    LITCHFIELD, Ill. – Two pieces of ammunition were found in the men’s bathroom at Litchfield High School Wednesday morning. According to police, the discovery took place around 8:40 a.m. and the middle and high schools were placed on a soft lockdown at around 9:30 a.m. The students were taken to a safe location and their parents contacted. The high schoolers who drove to campus and those who were carpooling with them were escorted out of the building. “The school has been surrounded […]

  • St. Louis mayor under fire for ‘thanking’ Greitens for service

    ST. LOUIS — St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson is under fire for a tweet following Governor Eric Greitens’ resignation. Her message says: “I thank the governor for his service. I know this was a hard decision. My hope is that we get back to working for the people and doing the business of the state.” I thank the governor for his service. I know this was a hard decision. My hope is that we get back to working for the […]

  • Police chase stolen dump truck into south St. Louis; suspect under arrest

    ST. LOUIS — A man driving a stolen dump truck from Washington County led police on a chase that wound through Illinois and back into downtown St. Louis. The crime spree began in Washington County, Missouri. According to the Washington County sheriff, his office got a call around 5:30 a.m. from a foreman at a work yard in Potosi. He reported that when his crew showed up to work, they noticed a dump truck and trailer along with tools, chainsaw,s […]

  • Storm damage closes Schlafly’s ‘Art Outside’ festival in Maplewood

    MAPLEWOOD, MO – Schlafly Brewery has canceled Sunday’s Art Outside festival at the Maplewood Bottleworks after major storm damage.  Severe weather swept through St. Louis early Sunday morning. They posted this message on Twitter Sunday morning: “Due to major storm damage the festival is cancelled today. We strongly encourage you to visit the artist list on our website and do what you can to help support the amazing local artists who came out this weekend. Head over to <a class=”twitter-timeline-link” […]

  • St. Louis Zoo summer hours begin Friday night

    ST. LOUIS, MO — There will be more time to go wild at the St. Louis Zoo. Summer hours will be starting tonight. On Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays the zoo will be open from 8am until 7pm. This includes Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends. During the week the hours are from 8am to 5pm. Tonight the Jungle Boogie concert series kicks off with the Funky Butt Brass Band.

  • School bus involved in accident in north St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO —  There is a school bus accident with injuries near the intersection of Marcus and Ashland in north St. Louis.  The extent of the injuries is not known at this time.    There is an ambulance a the scene. More details will be posted as this story develops. Refresh this page for the latest update.

  • Man’s body found outside home near ‘The Grove’

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Police are investigating after a man’s body was found outside a home in the 4300 block of Gibson Avenue. Homicide detectives are on the scene. There are many investigators on the scene. The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department’s calls for service website says an evidence technician unit was requested. It is unclear what led to the man’s death. More details will be posted as this story develops. Refresh this page for the latest update.

  • Firefighters rescue person at south St. Louis County construction site

    ST. LOUIS, MO — Firefighters are at a construction site in the 600 block of Landor Court in Lemay, Missouri.  They were rescuing a worker that was stuck in a large bin.  An initial report indicated the person was stuck in cement.  He was taken away from the scene in an ambulance. Crews are doing sewer repair in the area.  They are working on shoring up a trench and placing some new pipe in the neighborhood. More details will be posted as this story […]

  • Teen in custody after making threat closing two Belleville high schools

    BELLEVILLE, Ill. – Classes are canceled Wednesday for thousands of students at Belleville East and West high schools after what was called a “credible threat” involving students and possibly a gun came in overnight. The superintendent of the Belleville Township High School District #201 Jeff Dosier said he got a call about 5:20 a.m. this morning from Belleville police advising him about the situation. Dosier said police recommended that he close both high schools and that is what he did. Some […]