Kevin has worked since as a general assignment reporter, covering everything from crime, politics, fires, business, medical stories, and features. His work included an all-night stint near the plane crash scene that claimed the life of Missouri Governor Carnahan. The station later won the distinguished Edward R. Murrow Award for its coverage of the crash.
Since 2003, Killeen has had a humorous radio column called “A Whole ‘nother Story” that airs during morning drive Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Typical topics include “The Job Interview I Forgot I had a Poopy Diaper in my Coat Pocket,” “Life and Death of a City Pigeon,” and “What Desperate Men Buy at Walgreens on Valentine’s Afternoon.”
Killeen has also written and directed over a dozen plays that served as the centerpieces for the KMOX Holiday Radio Show. When he is not working at KMOX, Kevin enjoys unloading the dishwasher with his wife and four young kids. He also enjoys playing the piano, working in the back yard, and going to flea markets.
Kevin is a graduate of the University of Missouri-St. Louis with a degree in Speech Communication.
“If it’s an incident in the city, it’s on the front page. If it’s an incident in the county, it’s page seven,” Dotson says.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn says the new Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge will bring a strong economic impact for both Illinois and Missouri.
Archbishop Robert Carlson has been subpoenaed to give a deposition in the criminal case of a priest at the Cathedral Basilica.
The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging a St. Louis city ordinance that requires street performers to audition and pay a permit fee.
The St. Louis Board of Alderman included a last-minute amendment in an ethics bill to include themselves in the bill about filing financial disclosures.
The bill would put a grassy lid over the downtown depressed lanes of I-70 and reroute Memorial Drive.
Normandy parent Sheila Love says she is concerned with the distance to Francis Howell, which is about 20 miles away in St. Charles County.
Maryland Heights police are gearing up for the Kenny Chesney concert on Thursday, but Police Chief Bill Carson says there is nothing to worry about.
Cool Down St. Louis is seeking donations, in the wake of summer, to help the poor and disabled to keep cool.
St. Charles County is hoping for federal disaster money to help cover costs left over from recent flooding and tornadoes.