Kim Hudson came to the FOX 2 team, from News 11, in 2006 as a freelance engineer. She honed her skills with a talented behind-the-scenes team at both stations as a master control, dubbing, live-truck and graphics engineer. She also worked as freelance journalist for STL-TV, the government-access station for the City of St. Louis. In July 2010, Kim stepped in front of the camera for the FOX2/News 11 family.
She is truly a hometown girl, being a product of the St. Louis Public Schools and a graduate of the University of Missouri – St. Louis and its Pierre Laclede Honors College.
Kim has over ten years experience in St. Louis television and print, working as an engineer at KMOV Channel 4 (CBS) and as a contributing writer for the St. Louis Argus, St. Louis American and St. Louis Magazine.
Kim is passionate about all things St. Louis and supports the FOX2/News 11 family as a mulitmedia journalist.
MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. – After spending several years in local law enforcement, sisters Megan and Amanda Boccardi opened a business dedicated to cleaning crime and other trauma scenes. Fox 2/KPLR 11 got an exclusive look at a staged scene—with fake blood—of how the Bio-One crew works on most days. “This is a re-enactment of a crime and trauma scene that you would have in a bathroom with tile,” Megan said. “It’s not a typical cleaning. We are dealing with biohazards […]
SPANISH LAKE, MO – Many people head to church services on Sunday. But hundreds on Saturday enjoyed a full tank of gas thanks to the service outside one church in St. Louis County. Fox 2/News 11’s Kim Hudson explains from Spanish Lake.
Lymphedema is a condition where excess lymphatic fluid collects in tissue. This causes swelling in various parts of the body but is most usually found in the arms, legs, breast area or chest wall. As it worsens, ulcers, infections and decreased mobility may occur. Lymphedema is not curable, but it is manageable with proper treatment. For years, that’s included non-invasive methods such as physical therapy, exercise, compression, wrapping or manual drainage. However, these may not be effective, particularly in advanced […]
ST. LOUIS, Mo. — This Black History Month, we celebrate two St. Louisans who worked on an Oscar Award-winning film. Sza sang “All the Stars” on the closing credits of “Black Panther”, with rapper Kendrick Lamar. Composer Ludwig Göransson won an Oscar Sunday for “Best Orginal Score” for the film. “All the Stars” was also nominated for four Grammys this year. Last year, Sza enjoyed four nominations for other projects. Also, St. Louisan Kevin Mayes — as the film’s head […]
VALLEY PARK, Mo. – Thousands of drivers spent up to 16 hours on snowy Interstate-44 near Valley Park. One driver shared her emotional night spent on the highway less than two miles from her exit. Lisa McClurg started her journey home on Interstate-44 at 4 p.m. Friday with a nearly full tank of gas. “I’m on half a tank of gas just sitting here.” That was at 4 a.m. Saturday. McClurg said she tried to do everything right when this weekend’s […]
MAPLEWOOD, MO – Locally-owned businesses in Maplewood and across the country took their chance to turn big profits on Small Business Saturday. Four furry legs worth of inspiration helped open Airedale Antics, an independent pet shop in Maplewood. “And, we have an Airedale, named Gracie Bear. She’s at home. She’s only one. So, she’d probably do more damage than good here.” Co-owner Sheri Phipps has another title. “I am the Mom in “Mom and Pop.” So, Saturday was just for […]
ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Not everyone had the day off on this snow day Thursday. The grownups still headed into work. Drivers on the J.J. Kelley Memorial overpass and on Interstate 270 found a slushy highway as road crews worked to keep up as the snow came down during rush hour. The MoDOT Traveler Information Map showed I-270 was “completely covered” as rush hour got started. The interstate was “partially covered” with snow south of the overpass. Since the entire metro area […]
EAST ST. LOUIS – Condemned homes and overgrown lots hid crime and bred fear in East St. Louis, IL, until Saturday morning’s massive volunteer effort by neighbors and demolition experts from all over the region. “Millions of dollars being spent here today.” East St. Louis Mayor Emeka Jackson-Hicks said she is grateful to have a volunteer army march on her city. “We don’t want any unsafe areas. We have children walking the street. The more areas that we can clear […]
ST. LOUIS – Police were still looking for a shooter Saturday morning after a teenage girl and two males were shot late Friday night in south St. Louis. The shooting involved two locations almost a mile apart. St. Louis Police said someone called for help at about 10 p.m. Friday. Officers and paramedics rushed to South Grand Boulevard near Itaska Street. They found one male shot in the stomach and back. A 14-year-old girl was shot in the backside. First […]
ST. LOUIS – The Great Forest Park Balloon Race launched Saturday afternoon with a Sickle-Cell warrior and her father on their first flight during Sickle-Cell Awareness Month. Add this to the family photo album. 10-year-old Eyonna Hobkins and her father Mario Haynes took their first trip to the race. But, they were booked for a flight above the park’s Grand Basin. “Sometimes she has good days. Some days she has bad days,” Haynes said. “But mostly good days that’s a […]
VALLEY PARK, MO – The family of a 6-year-old murdered in 2002 remembered her Saturday morning with a children’s safety fair in Valley Park, Mo. “She loved the critters. She used to try to bring frogs in the house.” Budding outdoorswoman Casey Williamson was only six-years old when a family acquaintance killed her sixteen years ago this week. “There are no words to describe it,” said event organizer and Williamson’s great aunt, Della Steele, who spoke for the family as […]
ST. LOUIS – In the shadow of the John Cochran Veterans Affairs Medical Center, union workers at the facility held a rally. The workers, members of the American Federation of Government Employees rallied Saturday to protest three executive orders signed by President Trump in March. One order aimed to make it easier for federal offices to fire poor-performing employees. Fred McDuff, AFGE Legislative Political Organizer, said employers usually need a cause and process before terminating a union worker. He said […]