Musician Peter Frampton joined Jon in studio this morning to talk about his upcoming tour and what else he has been up to recently. Each week Senior Writer at People Magazine, Kristen Mascia, joins us […]
“It does not give me hope because I’ve always had hope. My hope is in the Lord and I know that he is with Phoenix and she is safe wherever she is”
Ariel Castro looked down at the ground for almost the entire proceeding, biting his collar and signing documents with his handcuffed hands.
CBS Reporter Steve Futterman joins us from Cleveland Ohio where just this week 3 women whom had been missing for 10 years were found. He takes us inside the story and gives us the latest […]
“You always hope that it’s possible that somebody may survive, but after Shawn you know it is possible.”
LaRoyce McFadden, 17, was charged Friday with first-degree murder and aggravated battery with a firearm in the death of Clayton Veninga Wednesday.
The Daily Beast ranked St. Louis number 23 in its latest ’25 Drunkest Cities’ tally, slightly drunker than Cleveland but more sober than Buffalo.
With funding from the United Way of Greater St. Louis, the YWCA began this year a new “small dollar” individual development account, or IDA, to help homeless women.
The final piece of the Granite City Superman saga came this week, when Gerry Armbruster, 37, pleaded guilty to theft and was sent to prison for six years.
There may be no greater example of no free agency affecting the draft than the trade pulled off by Atlanta in round one, jumping from 27th to 6th in order to pick receiver Julio Jones.