Hancock & Kelley: 2011 in St. Louis, Iowa Caucus, John Rooney & Joplin, MO
How was the year 2011 for the City of St. Louis? John and Mike talk with Mayor Slay’s Chief of Staff Jeff Rainford about the year it was, plus what they would like to see in 2012.
How can Jefferson City better serve St. Louis in 2012? One person that made an effort in 2011 was State Senator Eric Schmitt. He joins John and Mike to discuss what could have been over the past year.
Will there be any surprises from the Iowa Caucus? Jerry Bodlander of the Associated Press joins the show to report what is happening from Des Moines.
The anticipation for the 2012 St. Louis Cardinals will begin heat up with the Winter Warm-Up and Spring Training around the corner. John and Mike talk with Cardinals broadcaster John Rooney.
How do athletes with big time salaries go broke? Not only are the players making the mistakes, but the people who orchestrate the big money deals are also having financial issues. John and Mike talk with attorney John Phillips.
Perhaps the biggest story of the year, just not in the State of Missouri, but throughout the entire country could have been the devastation that took place in Joplin, Missouri on May 22. Joplin Mayor Mike Woolston joins the show to update everyone on the status of the Southwest Missouri town.
Missouri drops in the ‘Economic Freedom Ranking’? What does this mean? John and Mike find out when they speak with Dan D’Amico, Professor of Economics at Loyola University New Orleans.
KMOX’s Harry Hamm drops by to discuss the best and worst films from 2011.