Raised in Rural America. On a mission to make a difference.
Lisa Hart is a journalist currently working in St. Louis, Missouri as a television news anchor, reporter, and occasional stunt devil. Lisa learned the business at an early age working for her father's small market radio station in her hometown of Aledo, IL. She's a proud graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism, a wife, and dog mom.
Lisa made her way working as a multimedia reporter and anchor in Columbia, Missouri to producing and anchoring the morning show in Billings, Montana and then on to her current home of St. Louis. She's covered Ferguson and the death of Michael Brown, the Joplin, Missouri tornado from May of 2011, the deadliest tornado to strike the United States since 1947, interviewed politicians and celebrities like Senator John McCain during his bid for the White House, Karlie Kloss, the band KISS, and baseball Hall of Famer and Cardinals legend Whitey Herzog, and did a live report sitting atop the St. Louis Arch, one of only a handful of people to do so.
Lisa is ambitious, passionate, and has a strong affinity for traveling and exploring. She's a big believer in high heels, high standards, and a strong cup of coffee, and she looks forward to bringing energy and laughter to your television screen each morning.