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Heidi Glaus

Heidi Glaus

Heidi Glaus is an award-winning reporter for KSDK and ksdk.com who focuses on the positive news in St. Louis.  Heidi also does a weekly segment “Hey Heidi” in which she goes in search of an answer to a viewer’s question. When not at work, Heidi likes to be in the sun with friends and family or listening to live music.   

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Stories by Heidi Glaus

SMSL and Tess Boyer preview this week of the The Voice

SMSL and Tess Boyer preview this week of the The Voice

KSDK experience for a good cause

It was "lights, camera, action" for a local woman who stepped up in a big way at a recent auction.

Heidi Glaus talks to Debra Messing about her new series The Mysteries of Laura

Heidi Glaus talks to Debra Messing about her new series The Mysteries of Laura

Hey Heidi: What are those Miss. River castles?

This week's question for Heidi Glaus took her and photojournalist Randy Schwentker on quite an adventure.

Tess Boyer gets STL ready for season 7 of The Voice!

Tess Boyer visits Show Me to celebrate season 7 of The Voice!

Hey Heidi: How do the digital highway signs work?

This week's Hey Heidi is a traffic-related question. Chris Hanford wants to know how the Missouri Department of Transportation clocks your commute using those big digital boards along the highway.

Hey Heidi: What's with the white elk at Grant's Farm?

It's a place more than 24 million people have visited since it opened in 1954. But back then they didn't have white elk, an animal, Nancy Burrell asked Heidi about it. She wanted to know if Grant's Farm is home to the largest captive herd of white elk.

New Goodwill Store has Drive-Thru

Fashions at a fraction of the price

Hey Heidi: How old is Forest Park's oldest tree?

The trees in Forest Park aren't only beautiful, they're valued at over $23 million. This week, Debbie Smith wants to know how old the oldest tree is inside the park.

A Celebration of St. Louis in Photographs

Our city through the eyes of citizens