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Pat McGonigle

Pat McGonigle

Pat McGonigle anchors Today in St. Louis on weekday mornings with Jennifer Blome. Pat can also be heard on WIL 92.3 with Cornbread. Pat covers a wide range of stories but especially enjoys opportunities to put a spotlight on the many inspiring people and traditions in the St. Louis region. Pat graduated from Saint Louis University and is the proud father of five daughters. Pat once won a competition for the best “Alf” imitation.

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Stories by Pat McGonigle

5 most dangerous apps for kids

Some of the apps know a teen's deepest secrets, and many of them can hold a their attention for hours.

Cusumano on SLU's latest move to land Tatum

Billiken coach takes unusual step to recruit likely NBA star

Local 9-year-old beats cancer with music

Musical Therapy program at Maryville University celebrating program with a concert

Wentzville eatery specializes in monstrous burgers

Wentzville eatery specializes in monstrous burgers

Pat McGonigle takes on the GM Plant in Wentzville

Pat McGonigle takes on the GM Plant in Wentzville

Pat gets shot on GM assembly line

The skilled men and women with UAW Local 2250 couldn't be more proud to build the 2015 MotorTrend Truck of the Year, the Chevy Colorado.

The supply chain at GM: How it all comes together

Between the vans and the Chevy Colorado and the GMC Canyon midsize pick-up trucks at the GM plant in Wentzville, there are 5,000 unique vehicle parts that need to be installed.

From a wheat field to Truck of the Year

Film footage from the KSDK archives depict GM workers in 1980, bundled against the cold of winter, discussing the grim outlook for the company's plant in the city at Natural Bridge and Union.

Meet the locals who make the "Truck of the Year"

Stan Matkins is in quality control here at the Wentzville plant. You could call him GM's last line of defense. And Matkins knows a good product when he sees one—because he's seen more than a few.

Inside the body shop where trucks take shape

The new body shop here is a dizzying procession of robots and men and women from UAW Local 2250.