Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, June 20th

Charlie talks with Detective Darryl Balleydier of the Franklin Co. Narcotics Unit about the availability of pseudoephedrine, used in making meth, and the 2nd arrest of Jennifer Culp at an area gas station and South County WalMart, for cooking meth two times in a bottle which she kept in her purse.

Joy Krieger of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of American, STL Chapter, says a prescription to obtain pseudoephedrine will not curb the making of methamphetamine.

Dr. Jack Strauss of St. Louis University discusses the economic impact of immigration on St. Louis.

Part 1 – Charlie talks with Tom Vollmer, the Chief Deputy of the Collector of Revenue’s office for the City of STL about court fees for not owing City Earnings Tax.

Part 2 – Charlie continues his discussion with Tom Vollmer regarding court fees for not owing City Earnings Tax.

Charlie talks with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon.

Eric Strand, VP of Sales & Marketing at Drury Hotels, talks about his running accomplishments to benefit the Life & Hope FUnd at St. Luke’s Hospital and the work they do to help cancer patients.

Professor Sriram Chellapan, Asst. Prof. of Computer Science at Mo. Univ. of Science & Technology, discusses how your pattern of Internet use can show signs of depression, especially for college students.

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