KMOX Profiles: Paul CookPaul Cook is a favorite in the hallways of CBS Radio St. Louis--a well-known on-air personality with Y98. He's also done talk radio on KMOX, entertainment reporting on KMOV and a stint in Los Angeles when he worked with Ryan Seacrest while trying to sell a screenplay. But he had to come to terms with his anxiety and drug and alcohol addiction in order to save his family, his career and himself! He talks it over with Debbie Monterrey.
KMOX Profiles: Halbert SullivanIf you want to fix the problems in society, you've got to address the problems within families. Halbert Sullivan turned his life around and is now doing the same for other men in our community through the Father's Support Center.
KMOX Profiles: Dr. Jim Henry and Denny Wofford of the Ambassadors of HarmonyRight here in our own backyard, we have a singing group that has won international competitions. They are the Ambassadors of Harmony. Dr. Jim Henry and Denny Wofford tell us what they do, describe their success and even sing a little bit.
KMOX Profiles: Koran BoldenKoran Bolden is a former hip-hop artist who signed with Def JamRecords, only to see that dream go up in flames, returning to a minimum wage job. Now he’s an author, an entrepreneur and a motivational speaker for teens and major corporations!
KMOX Profiles: Dr. Patricia WolffDr. Patricia Wolff is a St. Louisan and a pediatrician. She is also the head of "Meds and Foods for Kids," an organization that has saved the lives of more than 100,000 children in Haiti.
KMOX Profiles: Kyle McClellanKyle McClellan is a familiar name to Cardinals fans and KMOX listeners alike as a former Cardinals pitcher and now as a KMOX broadcaster. But there is a lot you may not know such as his St. Louis roots, his career and his philanthropic passions.
KMOX Profiles: The Rev. Larry RiceThe Rev. Larry Rice is one of the first names that pops into people's heads when they think about helping the homeless, but opinions vary on whether he is helping or enabling. He has locked horns with city leaders and is lauded by others as a hero.
KMOX Profiles: Randy GrimRandy Grim has rescued animals since he was a little boy, eventually worrying everyone who knew him when he grew up. But he didn't let anything stop him, en route to founding one of the best shelters in the country, Stray Rescue.
KMOX Profiles: Chris SommersChris Sommers is best known in St. Louis for Pi Pizza, named the favorite pizza of President Obama. He is also known on the tech-front and got into the fight over the taxicab commission's refusal to allow ride-sharing services to operate here.
KMOX Profiles: The South City ThreeThree friends who live in and champion south city in their own ways: Bar Owner and Restaurateur Steven Fitzpatrick-Smith, Film-Maker Bill Streeter and Musician Pokey LaFarge profiled by Debbie Monterrey.
KMOX Profiles: Jackie Joyner-KerseeJackie Joyner-Kersee was ranked the best female athlete of the 20th century by Sports Illustrated. She has competed in 4 Olympic Games, has 3 gold medals, 1 silver, 2 bronze and continues to inspire and give back to her native St. Louis region.
KMOX Profiles: Charlie DooleyCharlie Dooley served 12 years as the St. Louis County Executive, but a lifelong politician he is not. Dooley worked in the private sector for 30 years until he retired and began his political career. Is there another chapter ahead?

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