Charlie talks with SLU Law Prof. Peter Salsich about an upcoming forum on saving the cities, St. Louis and urban decay; and with WSJ Economic Policy Writer Damian Paletta about sequestration and how the cuts will be made.
Blagojevich to prison, Jesse Jackson Jr. resignation, also make the top-10.
How the Rod Blagojevich scandal engulfed Illinois; embroiled Barack Obama, Rahm Emanuel, and Jesse Jackson, Jr.
Charlie talks with John Pizzarelli, re: new CD; with the Rev. Larry Rice, post-arrest; with John Londoff, Jr., about Missourians paying no sales tax if they buy vehicles in Ill.; and with Lee Fetter about STL Children’s Hospital Day at Six Flags.
The Florida case hits home to young black men here who can relate to being profiled
Urban chickens are gaining popularity. More people want to trace their roots. More people would like to somehow deduct high gas prices off their taxes! And our spring training correspondent checks in from Jupiter.
St. Louis homicide detectives are working an early Sunday morning fatal shooting.
U.S. and Missouri state flags to fly at half-staff to honor fallen soldier.
Charlie talks with Baseball Hall-of-Famer Cal Ripken, Jr.; with the STL Science Ctr.’s David Ritchie about why today is the longest day of the year; with two rock violinists in STL for a benefit performance at the Sheldon; and with the Washington Post’s Peter Whoriskey about how the rich are getting richer.
Charlie talks with former Providence, Rhode Island, Mayor Buddy Cianci, Jr., who served time in federal prison, about his book, “Politics and Pasta”; and with St. Louis Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon.