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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

Red Cloud, other animatronics leaving Arch museum

Some of the most familiar faces from the Gateway Arch grounds are going away for good.

Sara Dayley, Pat McGonigle compete in 'Battle of Sexes'

While the MLB had its All-Star game close to home, there was one happening much closer to home across the river.

Bob Nightengale: Wainwright was not joking

Veteran baseball writer says Cards ace admitted to giving Jeter an easy pitch

Why legal prostitution failed in St. Louis

City once tried to regulate and tax world's oldest profession

'Today in STL' team shows off dodgeball skills

The Today in St. Louis crew, including Ryan Dean and Pat McGonigle, rallied its own team and took on one of the teams in a memorable experience.

McGonigle records 'film noir' weather videos

Do you follow Today in St. Louis' Pat McGonigle on social media? If you don't this might be a good reason to start!

Dad-to-be Ryan Dean gets tips from Pat

In honor of Father's Day, new-dad-to-be Ryan Dean took part in a "new dad boot camp" with Pat McGonigle, a proud papa of five young girls.

Students reach for the stars at city summer camp

City summer camp stresses 21st century skills.

Special mass for Archdiocese employee who took part in D-Day

James "Jimmy" Munford won awards for decades of service to St. Louis Archdiocese

Gokul will be back at spelling bee in 2015

The 7th grade Parkway West Middle School student who made it into the final three of the Scripps National Bee will make one final run at the title next year.