Persons who only make our nation’s bad times worse by spewing ill-timed hate and prejudice ought to keep their microphones turned off.
It’s the first time in 22 years that the International AIDS Conference is being held in the U.S. Also, Brian & Maria went back to Aurora, Colorado to talk with CBS Correspondent August Skamenca.
Harry Hamm talks about the visually stunning comic book film that put an end to one of the most successful trilogies.
The mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater rattled the nerves of some other moviegoers with opening weekend tickets for the new Batman film and led some cinema chains to add more guards. Experts say it’s unlikely, though, that venues will implement even stricter security measures because it would significantly alter the experience of going to a film, concert or game.
Our KMOX Voice of Caring Partner for July is Circus Harmony. CBS News Correspondent Lee Frank gives us an update on the latest developments from Aurora, Colorado.
They want to assure movie goes that it’s safe
“It’s a really bad thing to see…”
Wehrenberg is very sensitive to the safety and security of their movie going patrons.
When rescue officials arrived at the Red Rocks Amphiteatre, Brauer was located after a fairly extensive search.
The number of cougars reported in Missouri last year was up significantly over recent years.