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

Local man's bat invention could change game

Angled knob bat already used in MLB

Kickball for a cause in West County

All day tournament benefits North County foster home

'OITNB' author talks Ferguson, 'Big Boo'

She's been a best-selling author, an inmate at a federal prison and several other things in between, and this week, Piper Kerman, the woman whose book became the hit TV show "Orange is the new Black," came to St. Louis.

Rams-Bucs: 5 things to know

The St. Louis Rams face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this Sunday, so Pat McGonigle has compiled a list of five things you should know before the game.

Houdini didn't jump off Eads Bridge

Houdini debuted water tank stunt in St. Louis, didn't jump off Eads

Preach on Main Street statue coming to Edwardsville

Marvin Webb, Edwardsville icon, to get statue on Main Street: "Preach on Main Statue."

Look Smart on Sunday! 5 Things to know about the Vikings

The St. Louis Rams kickoff the new season against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.

Don't forget the sunscreen!

Instead of reminding viewers about the importance of sunscreen Thursday morning, our studio cameras only needed to zoom in on Pat McGonigle's forehead.

Go Orange for STL Foodbank

If you're still picking out your clothes for the day, may we suggest orange?

Five tie experiment ends with surprise winner

A shiny, red KSDK coffee mug was the prize! The challenge---who would be the first to comment or question why Pat McGonigle wore five different ties during this morning's local news cut-ins during the Today Show.