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
  • Post-Dispatch photographer discusses haunting images from fire and rescue

    ST LOUIS, Mo. – Heartbreaking photos in the St. Louis Post Dispatch show children being saved from a burning home in south St. Louis on Thursday. FOX 2 spoke to one of the photographers who snapped the images. Robert Cohen, who has worked for the newspaper for two decades, was on the scene as firefighters were removing the children from the burning home. Cohen is relieved to know the children were all breathing on their own Thursday. “As news people […]

  • 4-year-old walks out of St. Louis school, later found wandering the streets

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – A mother said her 4-year-old son went missing after he walked out of Dewey IS Elementary School in St. Louis. She said her son was later found by strangers a half-mile away from the school. LaTiffiany Carter said the school district has provided her with very little details and she doesn’t even know what door her son exited out of, what time he left, or how long he had been wandering the streets. Carter said she […]

  • St. Louisans hold vigil to remember those killed in El Paso shooting

    ST LOUIS, Mo. – More than a dozen people met in Tower Grove Park Tuesday night to hold a vigil for those who were killed in El Paso, Texas. The group prayed together and discussed solutions to gun violence. The woman who organized the vigil, Chrystal Garcia, is from El Paso, Texas and just moved to St. Louis a year ago. She said her family often shops at the Walmart where the shooting happened. The group also held a moment […]

  • Granite City High School, surrounding neighborhoods dealing with flooding

    GRANITE CITY, IL – Some families in Granite City are dealing with thousands of dollars in flood damage. Fox 2/News 11 spoke to a family who lives along Carlson Avenue, about a mile away from Granite City High School, who said their basement was flooded out and cars ruined. Maria Vinson, mom of 3, said the family had to be rescued from their home by boat on Monday morning. She said the water in her basement was so high it […]

  • After a year of turmoil, De Soto celebrates National Night Out Against Crime

    DE SOTO, Mo. – On Tuesday thousands of police officers across the country took the night off from fighting crime and came out to meet with members of their community. It was part of the Annual National Night Out Against Crime. It’s an annual community-building campaign that promotes partnerships between officers and their community. The annual event first started back in 1984 when some neighborhoods hosted block parties, festivals, and cookouts. De Soto, along with more than a handful of […]

  • Teen caught stealing US flag from business; owner lets him pass out flags to customers to make it right

    PACIFIC, Mo. – A Pacific business owner taught a teen who stole from him a lesson, and it didn’t involve an arrest. The teen was caught on surveillance video stealing an American flag from Beacon Car & Pet Wash early Thursday morning. The owner posted the surveillance footage on Facebook which led to people identifying the teen and the teen calling the business and asking to return the flag. The owner of the business, Bill Hoaglin, invited the teen to […]

  • City of Ferguson swears in new police chief

    FERGUSON, Mo. – The City of Ferguson sworn in the city’s new police chief on Tuesday night. Chief Jason Armstrong comes to Ferguson from Forest Park, Georgia. He worked in that department for 18 years. He is taking over for former Chief Delrish Moss. Chief Armstrong told reporters on Tuesday night he feels he will come in and be successful because Ferguson has many similarities as Forest Park, Georgia and said they also share similar demographics. When asked how he […]

  • Police: Suspects steal woman’s wallet, spend thousands at West County Mall

    KIRKWOOD, Mo. – Kirkwood police are looking for the thieves who stole a woman’s wallet out of her purse at a retail shop near the intersection of Lindbergh and Manchester. Police said the suspects immediately went to West County Mall and spent thousands of dollars using the woman’s credit cards. Police said while one suspect started to chat with the woman and distract her, the other suspect reached into her purse that was sitting in her cart and took her […]

  • Power outages, flash flooding as thunderstorms sweep across St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Storms brought a big swing in temperatures Wednesday, downing trees and bringing flash flooding. From a heat advisory to a severe storm in a matter of minutes. Temperatures plummeted nearly 20 degrees in a short period of time. It also brought flash flooding and downed a lot of trees, leaving nearly 14,000 people without power Wednesday evening. St. Louis firefighters were called to a home in the 5900 block of Pershing Avenue, just north of Forest […]

  • Audit of St. Louis County Animal Shelter discussed at county council meeting

    ST LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – Details from a newly completed audit of the St. Louis County Animal Shelter were discussed at Tuesday night’s county council meeting. FOX 2 told you about the more than 250-page audit on Monday. The audit said the organization was not accurately reporting the number of dogs they were euthanizing. To add to it, the audit said the shelter even misled some people into sending their pets to death. That’s because people surrendering dogs were required […]

  • St. Louis Zoo future north campus, Old Jamestown Mall both discussed at North County Town Hall Meeting

    ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO – Hundreds of people came out to a town hall meeting on Monday night to receive updates on the St. Louis Zoo North Campus and a variety of other topics. Members of the group also asked questions about the future of the old Jamestown Mall. Staff with the St. Louis Zoo announced they will have community input sessions during the late summer months or early fall, in order to get feedback from the community on the […]

  • St. Louis couple says wedding dress designer refused their business because of their sexual orientation

    ST. LOUIS, MO – A St. Louis couple said a wedding dress designer refused to make a garment for them, saying it goes against her faith. Tiffany Allen and Angel Lane said they reached out to the New York-based company, D. AUXILLY, through e-mail to get some information. They said the designer, Dominique Galbraith, responded with the following e-mail that said in part: “I wouldn’t be able to make a piece for a same-sex wedding. It goes against my faith […]

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