ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–The gloves are off in the mayor’s race, as challenger Lewis Reed accuses Mayor Slay of “pay-to-play” politics in awarding $32 million in “no bid” contracts to firms from which Slay received campaign money. […]
Jeff Rainford is Mayor Slay’s chief of staff. He joins us to discuss the latest with the Rams arbitration.
The Rams’ plan is expected to cost $700 million and would require major structural changes to the dome.
Actor Nick Searcy talks about his role on FX’s “Justified.”
“What they’re saying is, ‘OK, you gave us a pay raise and you put many million more in our pension and now there’s not enough money left over for everything else”
Mayor Slay’s chief of staff said that during the first phase of so-called “hot spot” policing, violent crime on and around Washington dropped 66.7 percent.
Bill Knoedelseder is the author of the new book “Bitter Brew: The Rise and Fall of Anheuser-Busch and America’s King of Beer.”
Charlie and Debbie talk about election results with Eleanor Clift, Pam Coulter, Jim Krasula, Dr. Ken Warren, and many others. Also, Larry Swedroe of Buckingham Asset Mgmt. explains how the election results affects the stock market.
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday. Missouri GOP Congressional candidate Ann Wagner will deliver this weekend’s Weekly Republican Address. Rams insider Jim Thomas is in London.
Mark Reardon: Mike Claiborne, Last Presidential Debate, & Control Of The St. Louis Police Department
Mike Claiborne joins us live from San Francisco to preview Game 7. We also discuss the last presidential debate and Proposition A.