Anne Allred anchors the 5pm news with Mike Bush. She also reports for the 10pm newscast. A native St. Louisan, Anne joined NewsChannel 5 in January of 2013. Anne has travelled extensively to cover some of the biggest new stories including the Beijing, Vancouver and London Olympics. She comes to KSDK from WHDH, the NBC affiliate in Boston, where she worked for 6 years. Anne was the weekday morning and noon anchor. Her work at WHDH recently resulted in an Emmy nomination for best news anchor in 2012. She has also worked at WSYX/WTTE in Columbus, Ohio, WCTI in New Bern, N.C. and for NPR. Anne is excited to be back in her hometown rooting on the Cardinals. But, she says NewsChannel 5 feels like home as well. Anne got the journalism “bug” when she interned at KSDK in college.
Stories by Anne Allred
You wouldn't think a sick child in the hospital would be encouraged to get up and dance, but that's just what the doctored ordered at SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital.
There's a brand new synthetic marijuana hitting the streets and it's totally different than anything the experts have seen before.
On May 22, 2011 an EF-5 tornado ripped through Joplin. How could anyone survive and live to tell the story?
More and more moms are overhauling their medicine cabinets, touting the healing powers of essential oils instead of pharmaceuticals.
The local St. Louis chapter of the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse debuted a chilling commercial during halftime of the Super Bowl.
The U.S. Figure Skating Championships are on live this weekend on NewsChannel 5, and the golden girl with bi-state roots is back again.
Think you've survived all the massive credit card breaches of 2014? Think again.
The Central West End was alive with the sound of carolers Saturday night as the community came together for the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony at Maryland Plaza.
Following months of protests and unrest over the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white police officer, Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson will step down, CNN reported.
Every October, fire departments around the country spend the month spreading the word about fire prevention.