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.”
There will be no street parking within Forest Park during Fair St. Louis, and officials are drawing up a comprehensive parking plan for the July 3-5 event.
Missouri still legally has the entire day to put Bucklew to death, and prison officials remind us that two other cases were once put on hold.
Rep. Keith English was removed from four House committees Wednesday by House Minority Leader Jake Hummel.
Mo. Sen. Eric Schmitt pushes for a hemp oil bill that potentially could help severe epilepsy patients, including his son.
Executive Director of the Illinois Horseman’s Benevolent and Protective Association Lanny Brooks says there are powerful forces in favor of not letting Fairmount have slot machines.
Cameras around North St. Louis may be able to solve 19-year-old, Jose Johnson’s shooting death that happened Thursday afternoon.
Small-time pot users—those who use less than two ounces and who face a judge for the first time—rarely go to jail, but a measure making its way through the Missouri Senate would ensure they don’t.
It will go on display at the Missouri History Museum beginning in October.
24-year-old Adam Radigan is charged with first degree robbery.
Wild hogs have become so much of an issue that the state has come out with new rules about the release, transportation and harvest of the animals.