Katie Elrod, the owner of To-Do’s, a party store, says the momentum inspired by saving Once Upon a Toy is something she hopes to harness.
The break-ins happened Friday night as several Girl Scout troops were at the zoo for a campout.
St. Louis is celebrating the 100th birthday of the Girl Scouts. Harry Hamm joined the show to discuss The Edge in Belleville.
She admitted to stealing $3,522 from her St. Joseph troop’s bank account and cookie money.
Both the scouts and Planned Parenthood dismissed Rep. Bob Morris’ comments as absurd.
“Think about the child who’s going to school who isn’t clean because they don’t have soap at home or they don’t have toothpaste or shampoo.”
Jennifer Moses of the Wall Street Journal talks with mark about the clothing some parents are allowing their young teenagers wear, and we hear from Carolyn Mills, mother of the two girl scouts in the middle of the Hazelwood cookie controversy.
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