Our KMOX Voice of Caring partner for January is the Family Research Center. CEO Greg Echele tells Brian and Maria all about it. Lots of rain this weekend prompts concerns about local flooding from MSD. […]
A new video just released by four regional civic organizations calls out misleading crime rankings and says crime in the City of St. Louis continues to decrease. They say crime has actually decreased by 46% since 2006. Melissa Kelley is with the Downtown Partnership.
Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District spokesman Lance LeComb wants walkers and bikers to stay out of the area until the main is repaired.
A Portland Water System study found the wipes are a cause of many sewer pipe clogs. MSD spokesman Lance LeComb says only human waste and toilet paper should be flushed down.
Energy assistance charity volunteers celebrate past year and prepare for upcoming heatwaves.
Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District surcharge missed on some tax bills
Tom Sullivan says it isn’t right that consulting contracts went to Burns and McDonnell, whose St. Louis office was run for many years by MSD Chairman Robert Berry.
The Emerald Ash Borer, an exotic beetle, has started to make a home in St. Louis trees. Chris Hartley, an entomologist for the Missouri Botanical Garden, joins Mark to explain. Wehrenberg Theatre spokeswoman Kelly Hoskins […]
Missouri voters will get to decide on a hike on tobacco taxes, and Misty Snodgrass of the American Cancer Society joins Mark to explain the ballot. Author Jonah Goldberg discusses his book, “The Tyranny of […]
St. Louis area churches are invited to take donations for heating assistance charity through March 5.