Fewer Teens Working, Even Though They're WillingYoung people are having a harder time getting started in the workforce and a new study warns that could hamper the national economy.
Report: St. Louis 15th Largest Trading City in North AmericaThe metro area traded more than $9 billion worth of goods, mostly from advanced industries, in 2010.
Charlie Brennan - Wednesday, August 7th - Kate Casas of Children's Education Alliance; Bevis Schock and Hugh Eastwood; Mike Shannon; Ron McKenzie from Six Flags; and Tom Loveless on Grouping Students by AbilitlyCharlie talks with Kate Casas about possible legal action agst. Mehlville School District; with Bevis Schock and Hugh Eastwood about St. John dunning letters on unpaid red light camera tickets; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; with Ron McKenzie from Six Flags; and with Tom Loveless about grouping students by ability.
Study Links Zoning, EducationA study out by the Brookings Institute shows a link between zoning practices and students test scores.
Metro Says Transit Study Doesn't Tell Real StorySays no car households in service area have access to transit
Study: Metro Below Average in Providing Access to Region's JobsMetro says many of the jobs are outside its service area

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