The weekends are a great time for people to de-stress from the week and enjoy themselves. That is precisely Kelly's goal when it comes to viewers watching the weekend morning edition of Today in St. Louis along with her co-hort, Chester Lampkin. People often stop Kelly and ask her if she just lives at the station on the weekends. She actually wouldn’t mind if there was an especially built suite for her, but no, she does get a break from anchoring all the shows on Saturday, followed by Today in St. Louis on Sunday morning.
Kelly, an Emmy nominated journalist, started at KSDK in 1998, and has a love affair with St. Louis and St. Louisans. She did take a short break from her adopted hometown and moved to California to anchor mornings at one of KSDK’s sister stations in Sacramento, but St. Louis kept calling her name. When she's not working the weekends, you'll find her advocating for pets during the week. She loves hanging out with friends, volunteering, traveling and discovering all the fabulosity of St. Louis with her pooch, LaRue.
If you have a story idea, or have a creative guest idea for the weekend show, give her a shout out.
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Stories by Kelly Jackson
The only female prisoner on Georgia's death row has made her last meal request.
He's been living his life in an information void. He doesn't know his last name, his home town, or his occupation. He can't name a single friend or family member. The mystery of the man who calls himself Benjaman started when police found him naked and unconscious near Savannah, Georgia.
With six teams on a bye again this week, fantasy football players may need to dip deep into the sleeper bucket to find some playable options.
The NewsChannel 5 team was out in full force for the Canine Carnival in Tilles Park Sunday.
Usually, every weekday on "Today in St. Louis" we feature a pet for adoption. On Wednesdays, we feature pets from the APA of Missouri, but they couldn't come this week because of a big expansion project.
Tuesday evening, people have an opportunity to dine with local celebrities while supporting a good cause.
Dine with Jim Edmonds tonight at J. Gilbert's!
Kelly Mullins stands by her story that a Jackson KFC employee asked her and her scarred 3-year-old granddaughter to leave the restaurant.
The report of a Jackson KFC accused of asking a 3-year-old girl to leave because of facial scars was a hoax, according to the Laurel Leader-Call.
KFC says it's investigating allegations that a restaurant employee in Jackson, Miss., asked a 3-year-old to leave because her facial injuries disturbed other patrons. The company is also giving $30,000 toward Victoria Wilcher's medical bills, a spokesman said Sunday.