Anne Allred

Anne Allred

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.

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Stories by Anne Allred

Poker champion Chris Moneymaker in St. Louis for tournament

His unlikely victory at the 2003 World Series of Poker 'Main Event' launched Texas Hold 'Em into the mainstream.

Local 'Voice' contestant creates hashtag

Want the local preacher's daughter to win "The Voice?" You might be able to help with the latest social media push.

Olympic summer camp launches in St. Louis

Did you find your children inspired by the Winter Olympics? Well, now they can get a little closer to the action through an Olympic summer camp.

New STL County police chief to be announced Friday

The new chief of the St. Louis County Police Department will be announced Friday.

Debate over one-way outer roads along I-70

One-way roads got the green light in O'Fallon, Mo. Thursday night.

Woman battling flu loses unborn child

A 29-year-old woman is unconscious in the ICU at Barnes-Jewish Hospital after contracting the H1N1 flu virus.

Man claiming to be Army lieutenant pulls prank on restaurants

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.

Best event for local Olympic hopeful yet to come

Barbie Long, a 17-year-old skater who grew up in Affton – got the skating bug when she was four years old while at a birthday party at an ice rink in Webster Groves.

Part two begins of U.S. figure skating championships

The chance to be part of Team USA is hanging by a thread.

Local skaters reflect on Nancy Kerrigan attack

The next few days are what Olympic dreams are made of.