All posts by Jill Enders

Jill Enders is an award winning journalist. She is the proud recipient of the 2015 Missouri Broadcaster's Association award for Best News Series. Jill won this prestigious first place award for her piece “Ferguson Year In Review” she wrote, produced, and voiced for KTRS radio, where she also currently works as an anchor, reporter, and writer. Over the past twenty years, Jill has worn many hats in the broadcast industry. She has worked as a D.J., field reporter, production director, copy writer, airborne traffic reporter, anchor, and news bureau chief. Jill has covered a wide variety of high profile stories during her career, including the Flood of '93, presidential debates, and the Ferguson Crisis. Jill also has acted in TV, film, and stage. Her experience as an actress allows her to provide her acting students with a practical insight of the entertainment industry. Jill is a native St. Louisian and a graduate of Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.

Krewson, Stenger React to Rejection of St. Louis for Amazon’s HQ2

ST LOUIS, MO (STL.News) Amazon will not build its second headquarters in St. Louis. On Thursday, the Seattle-based company released its finalist list of metropolitan cities being considered for the project and the Gateway City didn’t make the cut, nor did Kansas City.  Missouri leaders also submitted a bid separate from the two cities that … Continue reading Krewson, Stenger React to Rejection of St. Louis for Amazon’s HQ2

Former St. Louis County Police Chief, Tim Fitch, Running For County Council

ST. LOUIS, MO (STL.News) A familiar figure to the St. Louis area is back in the spotlight. Former St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch is throwing his hat into the political arena.  Before dozens of supporters on Wednesday morning, Fitch officially announced his run for the 3rd.  District seat of the St. Louis County … Continue reading Former St. Louis County Police Chief, Tim Fitch, Running For County Council

Forum Held To Raise Awareness On Human Trafficking

ST. LOUIS, MO/January 10, 2018 (STL.News) Efforts continue to raise awareness about human trafficking. On Tuesday evening, the Ferguson Police Department, along with Ferguson Adopt-a-Block and Bott Radio St. Louis hosted a human trafficking forum at Greater Grace Church in North St. Louis County. The forum consisted of three panelists: Pat Bradley, Founder and CEO … Continue reading Forum Held To Raise Awareness On Human Trafficking

Former Police Chief Sam Dotson Seeking Police Chief Job In Topeka

ST. LOUIS, MO/January 4, 2018 (STL.News) Former St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson is aspiring to lead another police department in the Midwest. Dotson is among three finalists being considered for the next police chief with the Topeka Police Department. The two other finalists are Topeka Police Interim Chief Bill Cochran and Yakima, Washington, Police … Continue reading Former Police Chief Sam Dotson Seeking Police Chief Job In Topeka

BBB Offers Tips For Holiday Gift Cards

ST. LOUIS, MO/December 22, 2017 (STL.News) Finding the perfect gift for those on your holiday list can be stressful. Giving a gift card can often be a better alternative. This has the Better Business Bureau of St. Louis advising consumers to do their homework before purchasing a gift card. “Gift cards can be the perfect … Continue reading BBB Offers Tips For Holiday Gift Cards

Groundbreaking Ceremony Held for Phase II Of Ballpark Village

ST. LOUIS, MO/December 14, 2017 (STL.News) Construction of the second phase of Ballpark Village is underway. The St. Louis Cardinals and The Cordish Companies broke ground Thursday morning on the $260-million project.  The 700,000 square foot mixed-use expansion project will complete a full build-out of Clark Street, transforming it into one of the most exciting … Continue reading Groundbreaking Ceremony Held for Phase II Of Ballpark Village