Mike Bush likes to say that he’s worked at KSDK since the Paleozoic era. The truth is, he’s been here since 1985. Though he’s won 55 Emmy awards and 12 Edward R. Murrow awards, he says he’s most proud of the trophy he won as the assistant coach on his son’s little league baseball team.
Mike’s passion is telling the stories of the people under the radar who are truly making a difference in the community. At NewsChannel 5, good news IS news! If you know of a unique, positive story, or if you know of an individual who is under the radar but going above and beyond to make a difference in the community, let Mike Bush know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Stories by Mike Bush
Before his big sportscasting debut on NewsChannel 5 at 6, Rene Knott picked Andrew Honerkamp's brain about local teams…and showed him the ropes.
"Aaron was a warrior fighting for justice, freedom and peace, " Rodney Cook told the crowd.
There is one thing that Washington University Senior Steven Ignell can never seem to find: Time.
When you think of the airport, you think of hustle and bustle.
We have some sad news to pass along. Our longtime colleague, Bruce Barnhart, has passed away.
Fox High School Basketball Coach Jeremy Donald's philosophy is plan your practice, then practice your plan.
At this house in Olivette on Sunday there were saws, drills and a whole lot of compassion.
At St. Gabriel the Archangel Elementary School in south St. Louis there are a lot of eager students but very little diversity.
Thursday night Jay Leno hosted his final "Tonight Show."
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