We get the latest on the lockdown in Boston from WBZ reporter Mark Katik.
Under the plan, $5 of each ticket sold would be placed the pocket of event sponsors.
Retailers would be barred from charging consumers an extra fee for paying with a credit card under a bill being considered by a Missouri Senate committee.
It’s Friday and time for the Reardon Roundtable. Plus Joe Walljasper on Mizzou’s early tourney exit and actor Lou Ferrigno in studio.
Missouri State Senator Eric Schmitt reacts to Governor Jay Nixon telling lawmakers to say no to lower our income tax.
Scott Feinberg is with the Hollywood Reporter. He gives us a preview of Sunday’s Oscars.
“There was over 3,000 people at his funeral. We raised over $30,000 for him at a fundraiser and he was the best carpenter that ever worked on the bridge.”
Senators voted 28-4 for legislation that would reimburse sponsors of sporting events with $5 for every ticket sold to cover the help cost.
In the wake of the Jerry Sandusky trial, Missouri legislators are continuing to debate what defines a criminal in sexual abuse cases.
Keith Calhoun, the Lebanon plant manager with Emerson Electric, said a new hub at St. Louis would mean less time, less money and more efficiency. Currently his goods take off from Chicago.