Hancock & Kelley – Friday, September 19 – Emerson CEO David Farr on #Ferguson Forward Initiative; Spanking vs. Child Abuse; Kansas Senate Race; War Funding Agst. ISIS
John and Michael talk with Emerson CEO David Farr about #Ferguson Forward Initiative; they talk about Ferguson protesters protesting at the Cardinals and Rams games; about spanking vs. child abuse; about the Kansas Senate race, whose outcome might determine who will be in control of the U.S. Senate; and about war funding for Syria and Iraq to battle ISIS.
Hancock & Kelley – Wednesday, September 17 – County Council Meeting; Scott Scnuck; Mike Shannon; Outrage Over NFL Attitude
Michael and Debbie on last night’s boisterous County Council meeting; with Scott Schnuck on Schnucks Markets 7th anniversary and this year’s United Way campaign; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; on outrage over the NFL’s attitude in the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson child abuse and domestic abuse cases; and with Rachel Witt about the First Annual South Grand Fall Fest.
Charlie Brennan – Monday, September 15 – Jim Sansone on Use of TIF Money; Adrian Peterson and Child Abuse; A-B Brewmaster George Reisch
Charlie talks with Jim Sansone of The Sansone Group about the use of TIF money for real estate development; Charlie and Debbie talk about the pending child abuse case against NFL’s Adrian Peterson; and Charlie talks with Anheuser-Busch Brewmaster George Reisch about this weekend’s 10th annual Budweiser Taste of St. Louis.
Documents say parents beat their 23-month-old girl to death for eating a piece of cake without permission.
Investigators say a 21-month-old boy died of a morphine overdose and had amphetamines, opiates and meth in his urine.
Beth Williams was sentenced to 15 years in prison for her role in a child abuse case that left her daughter severely underweight and fighting for her life.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and Carol Daniel introduces us to a mother whose been in and out of rehab, but finally got help that appears to have changed her for good.
13-year-old son weighed just 21 pounds when he died in January.
Legislation passed by the Missouri House would give social workers more time to complete investigations into child abuse and neglect.
Prosecutors in St. Clair County have charged 24 year old Joshua Weigel