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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

Gene Simmons on why KISS loves St. Louis

Gene Simmons says a St. Louis show was a milestone.

Proposed law: No steak, lobster, or tuna on welfare

Bill would prevent some on public assistance from buying luxury food items

Seasons & Reasons: Free-range parenting book

Let your kids fail! Let them fall on their face! That's the surprising message behind a new parenting book that's climbing the charts on Amazon.

Red Cross honors local heroes

The local chapter of the American Red Cross held an inspiring event Thursday morning honoring St. Louis heroes from a Metro driver who parked the bus to catch a baby dropped from a burning building, to an Ameren lineman who saved a woman whose legs were crushed underneath her car, lying helpless on the side of Interstate 55.

Parade proposal "most magical moment of my life"

Couple gets engaged on St. Louis St. Patrick's Day parade route

STL's St. Pat's Parade leprechaun invades KSDK

A lucky leprechaun takes "Today in St. Louis" by storm.

Get a last look at Kemp Auto Museum

The Kemp Auto Museum, with one of the largest collections of Mercedes-Benz and other vintage cars in North America, will be closing in the coming months.

'Today in St. Louis' crew tries Peeps milk

On Thursday morning, Scott Connell, Pat McGonigle, Nichole Berlie, and Sara Dayley tried the Peeps milk for the first time live on "Today in St. Louis."

Biggest save-the-bats meeting ever is here

Organization for Bat Conservation hosting 400 bat advocates from all over the world

Students honored for staying drug-free

This week the Rockwood School District is celebrating some outstanding student leaders!