There will be some new additions this year to the holiday light display at Anheuser Busch. We get the details from AB’s Vice President of Experimental Marketing Julia Mize.
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.
Put down that doughnut! The FDS wants to eliminate trans fats from our diets. What’s going on? Dr. Michael Lim is chief of cardiology at St. Louis University Hospital.
Is it OK to kill cyclists? Daniel Duane wrote about that in Sunday’s New York Times. He’s a contributing editor for Men’s Journal.
Blues captain David Backes talks about the team’s win on Saturday night and discusses his new animal charity — Athletes For Animals.
Conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer discusses his new book titled “Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes and Politics.”
Paul Hall of Common Guy Films and Mark Reardon review “Thor.”
Lisa Johnson is the author of the new book “108 Rock Star Guitars.”
Twitter arrived today on the New York Stock Exchange with its initial public offering. How did it do? Tom Merritt is host of Tech News Today.
CBS News Correspondent Erin Moriarty has the story on the long investigation into the Columbia, Missouri murder case of a newspaper sports columnist and why the convicted killer, Ryan Ferguson, is getting ready to leave prison after nearly a decade.