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
A Chesterfield wine shop owner thought he was going to save money when he switched his phones to a new company. Instead he says, the phones stopped ringing.
The mother of a convicted armed robber said prosecutors have the wrong man in jail. His lawyer, Bob Ramsey, says the man who killed a former star volleyball player, Keith Esters framed his client, Cornell McKay.
There's new information about a 5 on Your Side investigation.
The stained glass walls of the old, deeply traditional German-inspired sanctuary date back to the 1800s. The Ash Wednesday service is just like every other one in Catholic churches across St. Louis. Life almost could stand still here, if it weren't for who sits in the pews, and who preaches from the pulpit at St. Catherine of Sienna on Jefferson and Potomac.
Festivals are among his favorite because they're a built-in audience and a great way to develop a fan base.
You might expect advocates, law enforcement and business leaders at a conference to end sex trafficking.
It was just another Saturday morning meeting between some Jefferson County council members and the people in their districts. They talked about politics and people. Then they talked about a group of strangers.
People forced to go four weeks without water in Jefferson County. Their landlord didn't pay the bills and their sewer will soon be disconnected.
The Maronite Catholic Church ordained a married priest in St. Louis Thursday night for the first time in a century. Wissam Akiki walked into the sanctuary at St. Raymond's Cathedral as a deacon and walked out as a fully ordained priest after more than a two hour ceremony.
Under the cover of darkness, or in the middle of the day, across the seas and in the air, soldiers in a room in southern Illinois are directing, and moving, negotiating cargo in and out of Afghanistan.