Friday was Jeff Rainford’s last day as St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay’s Chief of Staff and he stopped by KMOX to talk to Mark Reardon.
St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay’s Chief of Staff Jeff Rainford says the deal is stalled because the L.A. company has not secured financing for the events.
Rainford planned to serve as St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay’s chief of staff for two years. Now in his 14th year, he is the longest-serving chief of staff in the city’s history.
St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch discusses the Michael Brown case and Charlie Dooley’s claims of character assassination.
The man who was with Michael Brown when he was shot to death by a Ferguson police officer has been hired by the city of St. Louis through a training program.
Hancock & Kelley – December 3 – Limiting Police Power; Jeff Rainford; Kavitha Davidson; Mike Shannon; Harry Hamm
John and Michael talk about the proposal to limit police power; they talk with Kavitha Davidson about Rams vs. Cops Is Not a Game the NFL Wanted; with Jeff Rainford, Chief of Staff for STL Mayor Francis Slay; with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and with KMOX Entertainment Editor Harry Hamm about the new holiday movies.
We are joined in studio by both St. Louis County Executive candidates – State Representative Rick Stream and St. Louis County Councilman Steve Stenger.
Ted Melfi is the writer and director of the new movie “St. Vincent.”
Some are calling it productive, others – more of the same, as St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay met with area protestors.
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal, St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Joe Holleman, and Jeffrey Mittman, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri. Topics include the Shaw shooting and the crowd reaction, the Weekend of Resistance going in Ferguson, Rick Stream, and Ebola fears.