KMOX Profiles: Gene WilderCharlie Brennan profiles legendary actor Gene Wilder – who passed away in August at the age of 83.
Coming Together For Officer FlamionProceeds from Friday night benefit dinner at Royale Orleans to help retrofit shooting victim's home
Louisiana Flood Relief Drive Collects Thousands in DonationsCash donations are still coming in, but the American Red Cross says the morning drive took in $15,000.
KMOX Profiles: Jeffrey ToobinJeffrey Toobin of CNN & "The New Yorker" has written best-selling books on O.J. Simpson and the Supreme Court. This time, he takes us back to the 1970's with his book "American Heiress: The Wild Saga of the Kidnapping, Crimes and Trial of Patty Hearst."
KMOX Profiles: Gene SimmonsCharlie Brennan profiles Gene Simmons, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and the bassist and vocalist of KISS.
KMOX Profiles: Diana NyadDiana Nyad broke the women's world record for swimming Capri to Naples 22-miles. She swam at the age of 30 102-miles from the Bahamas to Miami. And at the age of 64 in her 5th attempt, she swam 111-miles from Cuba to Florida.
KMOX Profiles: Dr. Peter Wyse-JacksonDr. Peter Wyse-Jackson is the President of the Missouri Botanical Gardens, which hosted the Global Partnership for Plant Conservation Conference. This event attracted scientists from all over the planet, a real distinction for the city of St. Louis.
KMOX Profiles: Grace BumbryGrace Bumbry is originally from St. Louis and at the age of 23, made her operatic debut in Paris where she received 42 curtain calls and went on to become one of the greatest sopranos of the 21st century. Her career also had a KMOX connection.
KMOX Profiles: Jack LaneJack Lane initiated musical theater at the Robert G. Reim Theatre in Kirkwood 30 years ago, calling it "Stages St. Louis." We'll talk about those 30 years and his Tony-award winning productions. This week he's nominated for a Tony for "The Humans."
KMOX Profiles: Dr. Carlos VargasDr. Carlos Vargas is the 18th President of Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, MO.
Call for Investigation Into Community College TrusteeCandace Gardner signed affidavit saying she had paid taxes; court records show two liens.
KMOX Profiles: Curtis SittenfeldCurtis Sittenfeld lives in St. Louis. She's written about her hometown of Cincinnati in her new novel, "Eligible," a modern retelling of "Pride and Prejudice." She's written four books for a total of 1.6-million copies in print in 25 different languages.

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