(KMOX/Brett Blume)

Don’t Forget! Last Day To Register To Vote In Missouri

Those who’ve moved or changed names must re-register.


Time For Talking Over, Primary Voters Head To Polls Tuesday

Senate, Congressional races should lure Missourians to polling places.



Only One-In-Four Expected To Cast Primary Ballot In Missouri

Republican Senate primary, Clay-Carnahan showdown may generate localized interest.


U.S. Representatives Russ Carnahan (left) and William Lacy Clay, sit for a live debate on KMOX radio at their studios in downtown St. Louis on Monday, July, 30, 2012. (Photo by Christian Gooden,

Carnahan, Clay Trade Verbal Blows On Charlie Brennan Show

Showdown between top Democrats for 1st Congressional District comes one week before primary.


Lacy Clay

First District Race Heats Up As Clay Takes On Carnahan

Clay and Carnahan spar on TARP, missed votes.


A photo provided by the St. Louis Fire Department of a new 27' fire boat, one of a pair of new rescue craft that will be patrolling the Mississippi River from the JB Bridge all the way up to the Alton locks later this year.

New Rescue Boats To Patrol St. Louis Riverfront

Will operate from new base of operations at old Admiral site.


Missouri Congressmen Russ Carnahan and William "Lacy" Clay Jr.

Slay, Dooley Backing Cong. Clay Against Carnahan

No major endorsements for Carnahan so far.


(Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Do Missouri Democrats Still Support President Obama?

Support remains solid from one Democrat in Congress, but is shaky at best from another.


8/23/11-Rep. Russ Carnahan (left) listens as Seiler Instrument CEO Rick Seiler explains their products and services during a tour of the facility in Kirkwood Tuesday morning. It's part of Carnahan's week-long jobs tour that will culminate with an export workshop Friday at Washington University. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Carnahan Jobs Tour Kicks Off in Kirkwood

Says he’s still undecided about which Congressional seat he’ll seek next year.


8/4/11-U.S. Congressman Russ Carnahan (left) and St. Louis fire chief Dennis Jenkerson admire the ceremonial fire helmet presented to Carnahan Thursday to thank him for winning a grant that saved 30 firefighting jobs. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

St. Louis Firefighters Thank Carnahan For Job-Saving Grant

$3.2 million grant save the jobs of thirty firefighters from the budget chopping block.



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