Molly Rose is excited to be back home in St. Louis after spending three years as a reporter in Kansas City. Before that, she worked as a reporter and anchor in Charlottesville, Virginia. She is a proud graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism (Go Tigers!) and loves her St. Louis Cardinals.

It’s been a lifelong dream for Molly to work as a journalist in St. Louis. She started her journalism career more than a decade ago when she served as editor-in-chief for her high school newspaper. Molly lived in Dellwood until second grade and attended Griffith Elementary School. She grew up just across the river in Edwardsville and graduated from Edwardsville High School. You can catch Molly’s traffic and news reports on FOX 2 news in the evenings.

One of Molly’s favorite places in St. Louis is Forest Park. She and her husband were recently married at The Jewel Box. Molly is a huge animal lover and spends a lot of time outside with her 7-year-old black lab rescue dog Avery.

Molly appreciates that journalism allows her to investigate wrongdoings. She is the recipient of a 2014 National Edward R. Murrow Award for one of her investigations revealing an incident in which the University of Virginia Hospital mistakenly sent a family home with their deceased loved one’s amputated body parts. She has also been recognized by the Virginia Associated Press for her work.

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Recent Articles
  • St. Louis native and a face of Black Lives Matter speaks at Ethical Society of St. Louis

    CLAYTON, Mo. – Dozens of people came out to the Ethical Society of St. Louis on Thursday night to hear from Brittany Packnett. She is an appointed member of the Ferguson Commission and a face of Black Lives Matter. Packnett calls St. Louis home. She is a known activist and was also a member of former President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing. On Thursday, people had a chance to listen to some of her experiences and ask questions. […]

  • Multiple animals back in enclosures after escaping at Grant’s Farm

    ST LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – Multiple animals escaped out of their enclosures on Wednesday from Grant’s Farm. A media relations contact for Grant’s Farm refused to tell FOX 2 how many animals escaped, how they got out and what kind of animals escaped. Jeff Knapper, director of heritage at Anheuser-Busch, sent the following statement: “Earlier today, a few animals got free of their enclosure at Grant’s Farm. They were safely returned to their enclosure by our expert animal staff in […]

  • Family speaks out about 11-year-old shot and killed in North City

    ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis family is grief-stricken mourning the loss of an 11-year-old girl. Police said Charnija Keys was shot and killed last night in north St. Louis. Anita Norman, the girl’s grandmother, described Keys as an angel. She said her granddaughter was joyful and loving. Police said they are calling the shooting death suspicious. They said the young girl died after being shot inside her home near 20th street and Cass Avenue late Monday night. The girl’s […]

  • Father hopes movie will inspire others to help children struggling with school

    ST LOUIS, MO – A Local dad held a screening of his movie “Tough Love Show,” on Monday after he went viral in 2017 for holding up a sign at an NBA game with a message to his son. Tommy Tucker II, held up a sign in 2017 that said: “Thomas, get your grades back up and next time you’ll be here, Love, Dad.” Tucker told Fox 2/News 11 he put the movie together in hopes of motivating another family […]

  • Metro staff encouraging Blues fans to use MetroLink this weekend

    ST LOUIS, Mo. – It’s going to be a busy weekend in downtown as thousands of Blues fans will pack into Enterprise Center and thousands of others will pour into bars to watch Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final. Staff with Metro Transit are encouraging people to hop on the MetroLink since many downtown parking lots and garages will be full and there will be road closures and construction. Patti Beck, a spokeswoman for Metro Transit, said there will […]

  • New Poplar Street Bridge construction to affect drivers; opening of MLK Bridge delayed

    ST LOUIS, Mo. – New construction is getting underway that will soon impact drivers on I-70 in the city and on the Poplar Street Bridge. Starting Monday, two right lanes of I-55 and I-64 eastbound into Illinois will close so crews can make critical repairs to the surface of the bridge. IDOT said drivers should use the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge, carpool, or to use the MetroLink. The bridge work will last for several weeks. IDOT also announced the […]

  • South City resident upset MSD won’t cover claim over truck damaged in flood

    ST. LOUIS – After hundreds of homes experienced flooding in south St. Louis after a pump station on the River Des Deres was struck by lightning, the Metropolitan Sewer District said it was paying for damages. But now, some residents are upset because they’ve learned MSD is not covering flooded out cars. Fox 2/News 11 spoke to Jessica Reich, who said her husband’s truck that was parked on the street that was flooded out. She said it smells terrible and […]

  • St. Louis newborn gets Stanley Cup treatment 20 minutes after birth

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — A baby born at Mercy St. Louis was in the Stanley Cup less than a day after the Blues big win. Her mom was watching the Game 4 against the Bruins Monday night.  The trophy just happened to be at the hospital. The NHL on NBC posted this message to Twitter with an adorable picture, “The record for the youngest baby ever in the #StanleyCup has just been set at Mercy Saint Louis, just 20 minutes […]

  • Disabled woman frustrated over van being stolen

    NORTHWOODS, Mo. – A 91-year-old woman said she is frustrated after somebody stole her wheelchair accessible van her family owns for her to get around. Rebbie Lowery said she uses a wheelchair and can’t get to church or doctor’s appointments without the van. Her granddaughter, Lakisha Elkins, said someone stole the van outside of her Northwoods home on Friday morning. She said it happened near the intersection of Daiber and Begg. She said she keeps an extra set of keys […]

  • Flood preparations continue along the River Des Peres

    ST LOUIS, Mo. – Heavy containers filled with sand line areas along River Des Peres in south St. Louis. Mayor Lyda Krewson said staff with the city are monitoring the flooding situation around the clock. She said staff are concerned but also prepared. Crews hope the heavy sandbags will prevent another scene like the one in 1993 when floodwaters burst through the flood protection area.

  • Shots fired at Hillsdale police officer; gunman on the loose

    HILLSDALE, Mo. – Police in north St. Louis County are searching for a gunman who shot at a Hillsdale officer Thursday evening. The shooting took place around 8:30 p.m. near the intersection of Cherry and St. Louis avenues. An officer was called to the area because of a report that someone was walking around with a gun and had fired shots at a house. When the officer arrived at that location, the gunman opened fire. A Hillsdale police spokesperson said […]

  • Mississippi River getting dangerously close to 1993 levels

    ST LOUIS, Mo. – Throughout the state, hundreds of roads are closed. There are several river communities at risk of being washed out. FOX 2 captured views of the rising Mississippi River on Wednesday evening, where the water could be seen touching the steel girders under the bridge. Crews are boosting the height of levees along the River Des Peres. The city said it’s preparing for the second-highest crest along the river. Last week, sewers backed up into hundreds of […]

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