I anchor the 5pm and 10pm newscasts at KSDK in my hometown of St. Louis, Mo.

Essential oils: Are they safe?

ksdk.com — ST. LOUIS - Some local moms are emptying out the pain reliever bottles and reaching for a bottle of concentrated peppermint instead. Treating common ailments with essential oils is growing in popularity. Monica Korba spent the winter season making what she calls "flu bombs." It's a homemade concoction that starts with an empty vitamin capsule.

New invention protects from medical ID theft

ksdk.com — One way crooks often do this is by getting sensitive information from prescription bottles. Since then, we've learned of a St. Louis based start-up company trying to protect people from this type of fraud. ST. LOUIS - Medical identity theft is a growing crime trend NewsChannel 5 told you about this past month.

Medical ID theft warning signs

ksdk.com — Thieves only need your name and health insurance ID number to pretend they're you. They use your insurance to either feed their prescription drug habit or file false claims and make quick cash. Here are the warning signs you've become a victim:1. If explanation of benefits lists claims you did not receive2.

Local woman is 'Mayday Amy'

ksdk.com — As Amazon rolls out plans for what they're calling the greatest smartphone yet, the Amazon Fire, a local girl is linked to the hoopla. The Amazon lady is Ferguson native Amy Paffrath. She's shot seven commercials with the company and didn't even have to change her first name.

'Sugar daddies' helping college women with tuition

ksdk.com — It's called the sugar world: local sugar babies and sugar daddies are finding each other online and entering into what are called "mutually agreeable" relationships. ST. LOUIS - It's called the sugar world: local sugar babies and sugar daddies are finding each other online and entering into what are called "mutually agreeable" relationships.

Man claiming to be soldier pulls prank on restaurants

ksdk.com — ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - A cruel prank is being played on local restaurants. A man claiming to be a lieutenant in the U.S. Army walked into both Market House Pub and Cicero's restaurants in the Delmar Loop Sunday and pre-ordered food for his alleged platoon of 30 soldiers.

Local skaters reflect on Nancy Kerrigan attack

ksdk.com — BOSTON (KSDK) - The next few days are what Olympic dreams are made of. The women hit the night Thursday as part of the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. They'll compete in a short program and speed skate. As the National Championships kick off, it's also the anniversary of one of the most deceitful stories in women's figure skating.

250 fiberglass birthday cakes ring in St. Louis' birthday

ksdk.com — ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - St. Louis is turning 250 years old in 2014, and the entire region will be decorated with fiberglass birthday cakes to mark the occasion. The non-profit organization in charge of the celebration, STL250, will place 250 cakes around the region in 15 different counties.

Deaf St. Peters man hears daughter sing for the first time

ksdk.com — ST. PETERS, Mo. (KSDK) - A St. Peters man who has been deaf for more than 50 years is hearing the world around him for the first time. But one sound he finally heard has forever changed his life. Ken Stehle's 15 year-old-daughter Ashley is a passionate singer.

St. Louis man killed in Puerto Rico plane crash

ksdk.com — SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (KSDK) - A Florissant native was killed in a plane crash in Puerto Rico Monday night. The family of 28-year-old Steve Gullberg says he was co-piloting the IBC Airways Metroliner III cargo jet when it crashed into a mountain in Puerto Rico.
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Mar 03, 2015

City of #ferguson set to respond to leaks on final #DOJ review of police dept. Full #DOJ report will be released Wed.- details @ksdknews 5pm

Mar 03, 2015

RT @ksdknews: #Breaking: Department of Justice says #Ferguson police engaged in racially biased policing. on.ksdk.com/1FSH9tC

Feb 27, 2015

@KaynaWhitworth good luck with your next chapter!!! Glad we got the chance to cross paths in Boston!

Feb 27, 2015

Texas County Sheriff: "Start locking your doors. The world is changing." @ksdknews #texascounty

Feb 27, 2015

Man who shot 7 people in #texascounty to death used 45 caliber handgun. @ksdknews Suspect shot himself, found in GMC truck

Feb 27, 2015

Texas Co. Sheriff is "hopeful" there are no other shooting victims out there. #TEXASCOUNTY @ksdknews

Feb 27, 2015

Police have not been able to determine if #texascounty shooter had a history of mental illness. @ksdknews

Feb 27, 2015

Watch LIVE news conference on @ksdknews right now regarding 7 gunshot victims in Texas County, Mo.

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