Press releases 5 On Your Side wins five Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards The Radio Television and Digital News Association Edward R. Murrow Awards honor outstanding achievements in journalism. Anne Allred anchors newscasts from home A mobile studio has been set up in Allred’s basement to allow her to continue working from home while protecting her health. Art Holliday extends contract; Casey Nolen promoted to political editor Art Holliday will remain at 5 On Your Side through November 2021, and Casey Nolen will shift to a new role focused on local and regional politics. Jim Castillo joins St. Louis’ most accurate weather team Jim has more than 30 years of experience and has worked in some of the biggest television markets in the country. Monica Adams moves to 5 On Your Side as ‘Today in St. Louis’ traffic anchor Monica is a familiar face for St. Louisans. Award-winning journalist Christine Byers hired as 5 On Your Side’s newest MSJ Byers will write news of the day, including a weekly column, and work with the 5 On Your Side I-Team to turn high-profile investigative pieces for broadcast. Anthony Slaughter named ‘Today in St. Louis’ meteorologist Anthony has been back at 5 On Your Side since December 2016. Art Holliday joins 5 On Your Side at 4 p.m. After 40 years at 5 On Your Side, Art Holliday is taking on a new role. Kelly Jackson signs new contract with 5 On Your Side Kelly has anchored the weekend morning editions of ‘Today in St. Louis’ since 2010. 5 On Your Side hires new Today in St. Louis anchor and multi-skilled journalist Savannah comes to St. Louis from 5 On Your Side’s sister-station, KENS 5 in San Antonio. Scott Connell named chief meteorologist Scott has been at 5 On Your Side since 1991. Jimmy Grilli hired as 5 On Your Side’s director of sales Jimmy Grilli most recently served as general manager at WKEF/WRGT in Dayton, Ohio. Show Me St. Louis welcomes new multi-skilled journalist Courtney Budelman has wide-ranging broadcast experience.