The Missouri Legislative Session is is over now. Missouri Speaker of the House Tim Jones and State Senator John Lamping join us.
A proposal to overhaul a Missouri school transfer law won state House approval Wednesday after lawmakers pared back provisions that could allow some students to attend a private school at local taxpayers’ expense.
The tax is estimated to generate $800 million annually and $8 billion over its 10-year lifespan.
St. Louisan Heather Lang ran the Boston Marathon one year ago today. She had just finished the race and was one block away from the scene when the bombings occurred. Lang is heading back to Boston this weekend to run the race on Monday.
Billy Joel is in town tonight to play a concert at the Scottrade Center. Musician Michael DelGuidice is a member of Billy Joel’s band. DelGuidice also is the lead singer for Billy Joel cover band Big Shot.
Though some Republicans objected to incurring more debt, Missouri senators gave initial approval Thursday to a plan that would authorize $600 million of bonds to pay for hundreds of long-needed repairs at state buildings and public colleges.
Carlos Martinez has some Twitter problems. Ozzie Smith wants to make Opening Day a national holiday. What’s Mike Claiborne’s take on this?
Missouri State Senator John Lamping discusses why he thinks “Common Core Education Standards” are the wrong way to go.
Missouri State Senator Jamilah Nasheed files a bill to raise the minimum wage in the state to ten dollars an hour.
Developer Paul McKee says his NorthSide regeneration project is alive and well and headed for a midsummer groundbreaking.