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

'Today in St. Louis' puts out playoff beard challenge

Perhaps you've noticed, the "men" on Today in St. Louis are attempting to grow playoff beards to show support for our St. Louis Blues.

Lewis and Clark statue getting new home

It's a new adventure for Lewis and Clark. The iconic statue on the St. Louis riverfront is getting a new home.

One last look inside Chesterfield doomsday shelter

Atomic fallout shelter reveals thinking of 1950s St. Louis.

Video of SLU player helping homeless man goes viral

3-point shooter applauded for assist to homeless man

'Today in St. Louis' hits the batting cages

Watch the video player to see how Nichole Berlie, Sara Dayley, and Pat McGonigle did facing 70, 80, 90, even 100 mph pitches at the Gateway Grizzlies Baseball Academy!

Olympic gold medalists help kids get active

Called "Run, Jump, Throw," it's a seven year partnership with USA Track & Field and Hershey.

Jennifer's very first co-anchor says 'congrats'

Randy Price recalls working with Jennifer Blome.

Jennifer Blome says "goodbye" to 'Today in St. Louis,' "hello" to new life

Jennifer Blome crossed the finish line of a spectacular, 34-year career in broadcasting Friday morning with aplomb and the same glow that made millions of St. Louisans fall in love with her in the first place.

My 2.5 years 2.5 feet away from a St. Louis TV icon

Co-anchor reflects on Jennifer Blome's legacy

Jennifer Blome announces retirement on 'Today in St. Louis'

For the last 34 years, Jennifer Blome has shared her warmth, caring smile, and integrity with the St. Louis community and NewsChannel 5 viewers. On Friday, the longtime 'Today in St. Louis' anchor announced her retirement.