St. Louis County Council Approves $1M in Emergency Funds for Ferguson ResidentsThe St. Louis County Council has approved up to $1 million in emergency funds for people living in Ferguson who were unable to work or even leave their homes during the crisis.
Edward Klein Talks About 'Blood Feud: The Clintons Vs. The Obamas'Charlie talks with Mike Jones, Sr. Policy Advisor to Charlie Dooley; with Jeff Aboussie about the apprenticeship programs in the STL trades; and with Edward Klein about his book, Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. The Obamas.
KMOX Auto Show with Greg Damon
Reverend Rice, Dooley Agree On Homeless ServicesA St. Louis County homeless shelter is quickly becoming a reality and the County Executive is looking to provide services for the homeless.
TIF Request for Menards Hardare Store Met with ResistanceOfficials want to hear from you at a meeting tonight in Richmond Heights.
China Hub Leader Speaks of FailureMidwest China Hub Commission Chairman Mike Jones: "We didn't deliver"
St. Louis County Budget Debate Explodes with Talk Show CommentsLess than a month until the New Year and the budget-balancing debate in St. Louis County is less about dollars and more about education, race and whether a budget gap even exists.
The Mark Reardon Show: Cain Bows Out, Romney In St. Louis, Dooley Calls For Apology
Turkey Baskets On The WayVolunteers hand out pre-Thanksgiving dinners for the Demetrious Johnson Foundation of St. Louis.
Charlie Brennan - Friday, November 4thCharlie talks with STL Cardinals 2011 World Series Skipper Tony Larussa...with Mike Jones of STL County about possible park closures...and with Ron Jacober about the death of former Cardinals Power Pitcher Bob Forsch. Charlie replays his Oct. 20,2011, interview with Bob Forsch, and talks with Bestselling Author Gregory Maguire, author of the Wicked Years Series, about his final volume, "Out of Oz". (Maguire will be at the STL County Library on Nov. 15th at 7:00 PM.)
China Hub Dream in Trouble in Special Session The "big idea" may turn out to be a big nothing.
Lambert China Hub Commission Challenged on Human Rights Should China have to prove products shipped through Lambert aren't made by political prisoners?