Home town talent moves back to St. Louis to be closer to family and friends and work for a highly-recognized network station.
Anne Allred, TV reporter and anchor departed her position with the morning news on WHDH News 7 in Boston after six years on the job. She has become co-anchor of the 5 o'clock news on KSDK-Channel 5 in St. Louis with Mike Bush. Allred talks about her education; her love of TV news and her coming back to her roots in St. Louis. This is part 1 of a 2 part interview. The second part is tomorrow. This is what she told Patch.com in a 1 on 1 extended interview. Patch.com: Welcome back to St. Louis. How are you adjusting to being back at home? Anne Allred: The adjustment is going really well. This is really home. I know my way around for the most part. I was an intern at KSDK. KSDK feels a little bit like home. I was familiar where the ladies …
Possible rain, Wednesday, Thursday could bring partial relief to this area.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- James Baer
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
A ridge of high pressure will remain in control over the region through today before beginning to break down somewhat on Wednesday as a cold front presses in from the north. Look for air temperatures to surge into the 100 to 110 degree range today which will threaten records over a large area. Peak heat index readings will only be slightly higher, with values from 105 to 115. Despite a cold front pushing through, the dangerous heat and humidity will continue into Wednesday, as the front will result in only a slight reduction in the extreme heat. The worst conditions will be seen for areas south of Interstate 70, with high temperatures well into the 90s, perhaps even pushing 100 degrees, with peak heat index readings between 105 and 115. …