Full audio of Tuesday night’s Mayoral Debate.
“Absolutely not. Again, he’s not there, he is misinformed,” Mayor Slay said
“I don’t condone my tax dollars being used in that way,” Reed told KMOX’s Kevin Killeen.
Slay contends that the elimination of districts will have a positive effect. Reed, however, is less optimistic.
In the race for St. Louis Mayor, the wife of the man challenging Mayor Slay says the mayor’s office slashed her hours at work, as a part-time municipal court judge.
CLAYTON, MO–(KMOX)–Protestors accuse The Bank of St. Louis of “greed,” for its opposition to a recently-passed county ordinance requiring mediation with homeowners facing foreclosure. Chanting “housing is a human right,” members of the group Missourians […]
Missouri GOP gubernatorial candidate Dave Spence joins us in studio. Pollster Scott Rasmussen gets us ready for tonight’s first presidential debate. St. Louis Aldermanic President Lewis Reed officially announces that he is running for Mayor of St. Louis
“We can accept those things that divide us or we can work towards a common purpose to improve our community,” Reed said.
Alderman Antonio French says Slay is taking credit for a plan others proposed months ago, and he initially rejected.
St. Louis author William Bradshaw discusses his new book. Terra Lago-Marsino talks about the USA Women’s Gymnastics tour that’s coming to St. Louis. St. Louis Aldermanic President Lewis Reed discusses the passing of Alderman Greg Carter.