Lisa Hart joined KTVI in August of 2014. Lisa is the anchor of Fox 2 news at 4am and also reports and anchors throughout the morning. Lisa Hart comes to the gateway city from KTVQ in Billings Montana where she anchored their morning news.

With family ties in the radio business, you could say Lisa Hart has been a part of the broadcast industry since birth. In fact she made her radio debut cutting a spot for a local commercial in grade school. Lisa’s father is the owner and manager of WRMJ- 102.3 FM- a local radio station in her hometown of Aledo, Illinois, where she quickly learned the business, doing everything from disc jockeying to engineering live remotes. Lisa credits her small town upbringing for the ability to relate to the average viewer.

Lisa graduated from University of Missouri in Columbia, MO where she received a Bachelor of Journalism degree. It was at Mizzou where she made the jump from radio to television. While in Columbia, she started her TV career as an anchor/reporter at KOMU-TV.

Soon after graduation, Lisa was one of the first reporters on the scene of the catastrophic EF-5 tornado that hit Joplin, Missouri, in May of 2011 and became the deadliest tornado to strike the United States since 1947. Her story, along with others, was published in the book, Joplin: Our words, Our Stories, Their Hope .

Lisa could not be more excited to be back in the Midwest close to family and friends. She is a lifelong Cardinals fan, passionate about volunteerism, and loves spending time with her dog, a Pomeranian named Gunner. Of course for Lisa, nothing beats a morning spent enjoying a great cup of coffee and having fun with the viewers at home.

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Recent Articles
  • Blues Championship Rally preparations underway at the Gateway Arch

    ST. LOUIS – Preparations were underway for the Blues Championship Rally in downtown St. Louis Saturday.  Lisa Hart gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the groundwork being done under the Gateway Arch. Before the rally at the Gateway Arch fans can participate in the victory parade that will start at noon at 18th St. & Market St., and end at Broadway & Market St. The St. Louis Blues won their first Stanley Cup in their 52-year history after defeating the […]

  • LIDS wants you to celebrate National Hat Day in style

    ST. PETERS, Mo. – If you are outside in the middle of a cold January, you may definitely want to wear a hat on National Hat Day and to kick the day off right, Lisa Hart was live at LIDS in Mid Rivers Mall. Whether you need a hero for bad hair days, repping your favorite sports teams or completing an Instagram worthy look LIDS meets customers at the intersection of fan and fashion by offering thousands of stylish options. They offer customization […]

  • Horseradish Festival to kicks off Friday in uptown Collinsville

      COLLINSVILLE, Mo-  The annual Horseradish Festival is a chance for families to get out of the house, spend time with one another and enjoy a nice day outside. Collinsville will host its annual International Horseradish Festival over the weekend. Friday, June 1  and Saturday, June 2.  The festival beings at 10a.m. and runs through 10p.m. For more information visit

  • Soulard Holiday Parlour Tour

    St. Louisans are preparing to celebrate a time-honored tradition in the city’s oldest neighborhoods. The 42nd annual Soulard Holiday Parlour Tour invites guests to travel through Soulard and explore seven of the neighborhood’s historic homes, all decked in their holiday best. This year’s tour will be held on Saturday, December 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, December 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Individual tickets are $25 in advance and $30 the day of the event. Advance reservations […]

  • St. Louis City voters approve Prop. P

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _St. Louis City police and firefighters will soon get a raise thanks to voters who approved Proposition P, which requires a half cent sales tax increase. Voters approved the measure Tuesday with about 60 percent of the vote. The average raise will be $6 thousand per officer or firefighter per year. The tax hike takes effect in most areas of the city April 1, jumping from 9.2 to 9.7 percent. Mayor Lyda Krewson says she’s, “appreciative and […]

  • World Wide Technology opens new headquarters in Maryland Heights

    MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. – World Wide Technology celebrated the opening of its new global headquarters Tuesday in Westport Plaza. The tech giant marked the occasion with a special ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil its new state-of-the-art facility. The new seven-story, 208,000 square foot building is LEED certified and boasts a 300-seat auditorium, complete with one of the largest LED screens in North America, C-suites on the top floor, as well as open, collaborative work spaces, and an on-site health center […]

  • Pep Zone: Triad High School

    TROY, Il. _The high school football season is finally here and they couldn’t be more excited in Troy, Illinois! FOX 2’s Chris Regnier and Lisa Hart are live at Triad High School for Menard’s Pep Zone.

  • Whitey Herzog discusses how special implant helped save his hearing

    ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – St. Louis baseball legend and Hall of Famer Whitey Herzog is well-versed when it comes to talking baseball. Now for the first time, the former Cardinals manager is sitting down in an exclusive interview to talk about his hearing loss and how the decision to get a cochlear implant ultimately changed his life. There’s nothing like the sound of a packed Busch Stadium, fans going wild, hall of famers back home and old teammates swapping stories. […]

  • Eureka delays plan to remove sandbags

    EUREKA, MO (KTVI)-All plans to remove sandbags from the Eureka area have been put on hold until further notice. Volunteers will no longer be needed in the area on Thursday. City officials say hazardous weather conditions and the possibility of a second, rising crest prompted the change. Fire Chief Greg Brown says he and others will be meeting with the National Weather Service early Thursday afternoon to discuss the possibility of more water once again flooding the downtown area. Brown […]

  • Karlie Kloss’s summer coding camp in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – St. Louis girls interested in getting ahead in the tech industry can now apply to be a part of supermodel Karlie Kloss’s summer program. The St. Louis native will once again be offering a free, two week summer camp in our area for girls 13 to 18-years-old who want to learn to code. The Kode with Klossy Camp will teach web development skills and show girls how to build an app from the ground up. […]

  • Supermodel Karlie Kloss launches clothing line in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Supermodel and St. Louis native Karlie Kloss celebrates the launch of her new clothing line right here in her hometown. Karlie Kloss put on incredible show for her hometown of St. Louis Thursday night at The Pageant. Family, friends, college and high school students all part of the crowd. DJ by Hannah Bronfman and CharlI XCX rocked the house with a concert after the show. Kloss has partnered with retail brand Express to produce the […]

  • Fatal truck crash and fire causing massive delays on I-270

    ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – A fatal crash involving three vehicles and a semi truck on southbound I-270 just south of Clayton happened at around 8:40 a.m. Southbound lanes of the highway were closed for over six hours. The highway reopened at around 3 p.m. A van pulling a trailer lost control while driving southbound on I-270. The van crossed lanes, first hitting a tow truck, then a passenger car, forcing it into the median. A semi tractor-trailer tried to avoid the accident but was unable […]

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