Kay Quinn is an Emmy award winning reporter and anchor, who has been a proud member of the Newschannel Five team since 1989. She specializes in covering health, and anchoring the station’s Noon, 4 p.m. newscast called First @ 4, and the 6 p.m. evening news. Along with her passion for news, Kay is a devoted mother, wife and animal-lover.
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Stories by Kay Quinn
Our Little Wishes campaign happens this weekend.
When temperatures change this fast, it seems a lot of us get sick. Or at least those of us who do get sick blame it on the sudden change in the weather.
It's not often you get something for free; but the City of St. Louis is giving away free firewood this fall and winter.
As you gather around your dinner table to give thanks over the next few days, it's also a great opportunity to think about reaching out to families who may be really struggling this year.
Tuesday on First @ 4 we shared some of our favorite Thanksgiving dishes. The recipes for those dishes can be found below.
We did a little digging for you today, and found out, with a little planning, you can fly with almost every dish you'd need for a full turkey dinner, so don't let your flight stop you from cooking.
Brentwood High School has been named a National Blue Ribbon School for second time in the past decade.
Half of all golden retrievers older than the age of two die of cancer.
This holiday season marks 20 years that "Isaiah 58 Ministries" has been carrying out the Buy-A-Bird campaign. The mission is to help those less fortunate have a filling holiday meal.
It's called a major leap forward in the diagnosis of autism. Researchers found infants who later developed autism began spending less and less time looking at people's eyes between two and six months of age.