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Kevin Killeen

kevin killeen1 Kevin KilleenKevin Killeen joined the KMOX News Team in July 1995 as morning editor/reporter.

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.

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Wellston Wins Public Housing Grant

The city of Wellston has won a half-million dollar grant from HUD to plan possible improvements to public housing.

03/27/2014

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Citizens Scramble to Meet Deadline for Obamacare, Businesses Don’t

The deadline for people to register for Obamacare is March 31, but businesses do not have the same issue to worry about.

03/26/2014

WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 25: Demonstrators rally outside of the U.S. Supreme Court during oral arguments in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby March 25, 2014 in Washington, DC. The court heard from lawyers on both sides of Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, a case that may determine whether the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 allows a for-profit corporation to deny its employees the health coverage of contraceptives to which the employees are otherwise entitled by federal law, based on the religious objections of the corporation's owners. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Local Patrons React to Hobby Lobby Case

Local patrons of Hobby Lobby are weighing in on the Supreme Court over whether the company has a right to deny its employees contraceptive health care coverage.

03/26/2014

The Doe Run Company produces high purity lead metal and alloys including 1-ton lead blocks, 100-pound lead ingots and 60-pound ingots, also known as pigs. Photo: doerun.com

Republican Senator Seeks Lead Processing Bill In Mo.

A Missouri Republican Senator is sponsoring a bill to develop a lead industry task force to clean up old sites and in efforts to have cleaner processing methods.

03/24/2014

Photo: Michael Nagle, Getty Images

Prosecutor Stands by Cornell McKay Conviction

Assistant Circuit Attorney Steve Capizzi says he’s convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that Cornell McKay robbed a woman at gunpoint in the Central West End.

03/21/2014

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Restaurant Owners React to Pi’s Raised Minimum Wage

The minimum wage is going up—voluntarily—to $10.10 an hour at the Pi Pizzeria restaurants. But how do local restaurant owners feel about it?

03/20/2014

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Former State Senator To Announce Candidacy

Former state Senator Jane Cunningham, will announce weather she is running for state executive tonight.

03/19/2014

KMOX, Tierre Rhodes

St. Louis Alderman Pushes Preservation Bill

A St. Louis Alderman is pushing for a Preservation Bill in hopes to save historical buildings.

03/14/2014

Megan Boken, photo courtesy of St. Louis U. Athletics

Judge Denies Request to Delay Sentencing in Cell Phone Robbery Case

A judge ruled that there will be no delay in the sentencing of Cornell Mckay, convicted of stealing a cell phone at gun point.

03/13/2014

St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley, (KMOX/file photo)

Investigation of Dooley’s Officers Continues

It’s been more than two months since St. Louis County Police launched an internal investigation into two police officers who drive County Executive Charlie Dooley.

03/12/2014

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