I-Team Reporter Farrah Fazal came to KSDK TV in February of 2013 from South Texas and after a journalistic exchange trip to Pakistan. She worked just a few miles from the U.S. Mexico border for three years. She covered the drug cartels, border violence and illegal immigration. She's reported from the middle of hurricanes and tornadoes, flown in helicopters along the border, and and tracked terrorists crossing into the United States.
Her investigative stories helped expose the vulnerability of the border, triggered hearings in the Homeland Security Committee and showed the difficult journey migrants make to come into the U.S. She's also worked in front and behind the camera at TV stations in Florida, Montana, Nebraska. She was born in Africa and lived in England and Canada.
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Stories by Farrah Fazal
East St. Louis teachers are on strike and say they're willing to come to the table to keep negotiating. The East St. Louis Superintendent Arthur Culver said he's willing to keep talking to teachers.
The attack on Chris Sanna last Friday night after a Cardinals game is speeding up the push for more cameras in downtown St. Louis.
Not far from a house of God, behind the walls of sheer beauty, is a small white building in O'Fallon, Missouri. The building is a humble headquarters filled with the purpose of fighting sex trafficking in St. Charles County.
More than 11 percent of students reported sexual assault while on campus.
Maysa Al Baracha hopes her prayer of peace is what people will hear.
St. Louis City Aldermen may be split on whether or not to support a proposed new stadium for the Rams.
Mayor Francis Slay said 29 families came to St. Louis in the last few months, and 20 more are on the way.
She said the neighboring areas grew 10 percent this past year while Mehlville only grew one percent.
The number of murders St. Louis County police are responding to doubled from last year.
A new playground will soon rise from the rocks in purple and lime green and pink as it becomes all the colors of a little girls dream. They are the favorite colors of Jamyla Bolden. She was shot and killed while she was doing her homework at home.