Bill Reker re-joined KMOX in September of 1995. His duties at the station include anchoring the evening and nighttime newscasts. A veteran in the broadcast industry, Bill brings experience, knowledge and enthusiasm to the KMOX news team.
Bill got started in radio in high school doing play by play for high school football, for a small station. From there he served as News Anchor at station WINZ, Miami, Oklahoma City, and KOMO, Seattle. Bill also served as News Director, Morning Anchor and Reporter for WIBV for nearly five years.
Bill has won numerous awards for his reporting including “Radio Festival of New York” GOLD award for a feature on mentally disabled children.
Bill is married with two daughters and lives in the Metro East. Bill is also active in the American Cancer Society’s “Relay for Life.”
A police officer has the same right to free speech as any protestor – that’s the defense voiced by the police union for an officer who called a protestor’s boss.
Missouri asked for a study after it was charged in some lawsuits around the country claiming a newer version of the guardrail doesn’t absorb as much impact.
With the reports of stores closing or vowing to stay open in Ferguson, who are you to believe?
Committees representing the state Bar Association are recommending all 50 of Missouri’s non-partisan judges be retained in advance of the Nov. 4 general election.
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Illinois Congressional candidate Mike Bost’s oposition is using his rant on the Illinois House floor in their TV ad, but is it hindering or helping Bost?
Jeff Mizanskey was sentenced to life in prison without parole after his third felony marijuana conviction in 1993.
Phillip Brock, 37, is jailed on a half million dollars bond.
Republican Rick Stream says he wants to “stay outside of the fray” when it comes to his opponent’s political troubles in North St. Louis County.
It may be difficult for Missouri to reimburse local police for their work in Ferguson. Mike O’Connell, spokesman for the Department of Public Safety, says it just isn’t done.