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.”
Missouri’s ban on same-sex marriage is causing the state to lose big money, according to the group PROMO.
With a growing demand for craft beers, a former Anheuser-Busch marketer is bringing a Brew Hub to the St. Louis area.
The Justice Department has launched its investigation into police practices in Ferguson, and yesterday St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said the DOJ will also look at practices in his department.
A much-anticipated response has come from Cor Jesu Academy after stories that Alumni were upset with the decision to fire two gay teachers.
Two officers who once patrolled the streets of Ferguson are out of jobs.
A 17-year-old is suing St. Clair County and seven sheriff’s officials for allegedly being forced to confess to an armed robbery.
The Missouri National Guard has completed its departure from Ferguson where the citizen-soldiers were summoned to help quell unrest after the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown.
Part of the healing process for Ferguson could be to wipe the legal slate clean for non-violent offenders in the community.
While there is a new cry for more African Americans to be hired in predominantly minority communities such as Ferguson, Mo., former St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch doesn’t see that happening.
Some 800 cyclists plan to ride to the Arch grounds later today for a moment of silence.