We get the latest on the developments involving the Boston Marathon bombing investigation from WBZ anchor Rod Fritz.
Longtime “Price Is Right” host Bob Barker asks Wash U’s School of Medicine to halt its use of cats for scientific research.
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education adopted the national “Common Core” standards in 2009.
Could St. Louis host the 2024 Summer Olympic Games? St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Joe Holleman has the latest.
Missouri state senators John Lamping and Eric Schmitt are planning to introduce measures calling for the new Mississippi River Bridge to be named after Stan Musial.
What’s the reaction from local cyclists after Lance Armstrong’s interview last night with Oprah?
Mark Reardon: Forbes Columnist Thomas Basile, Missouri State Senator John Lamping, & Rams Insider Jim Thomas
KMOX Rams insider Jim Thomas joins the show to explain why NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is considering doing away with the kickoff.
It’s the final Reardon Roundtable before Tuesday’s election. Award-winning filmmaker David Lickley is here to talk about his new film.
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday. Former FBI chief hostage negotiator Clint Van Zandt joins us.
The Reardon Roundtable discusses the 2012 Presidential election and healthcare. Mark talks with Ray Hederman about the latest job numbers, with Larry Conners about the Missouri GOP Senate debate, and with Drew Westen about the 2012 Presidential campaign.