CBS Correspondent Peter Maer on his time covering the White House & Jeremy Rutherford on his new St. Louis Blues book.
Charlie Brennan – Monday, June 16th – Actor Bill Chott; Peter Maer on Iraq; Ridley Pearson; Skip Kincaid on Emerald Ash Borer
Charlie talks with Actor Bill Chott about his movie, “Marshall the Miracle Dog”; with Peter Maer about Iraq; with Bestselling Author Ridley Pearson; and with Skip Kincaid about the Emerald Ash Borer.
Charlie talks with Cards Former Skipper Tony La Russa; with CBS News Correspondent Peter Maer; and with STL County Police Chief Tim Fitch and Fred Heberer about Pres. Obama’s gun proposals.
Mark talks with author Rich Wolfe about his book, Peter Maer about the G-20 Summit, and Ron Jacober about Jack Buck.
Total Information PM: Missouri Attorney General Candidate, St. Louis Auto Show, St. Louis County Layoffs
Ed Martin announces he is running for the republican nomination for Missouri Attorney General. Mark on Money Chris Adelman, executive VP of the Greater St. Louis Auto Association, tells us about the 2011 St. Louis […]
The Mark Reardon Show: Attorney General Candidate, County Budget Cuts, Arizona Standoff, “Your Money, Your Values, Your Vote”, Busch Brewing
Ed Martin announces that he has dropped out of the congressional race and will run for the republican nomination for Missouri Attorney General. St. Louis County Council Chair Steve Stenger on County Executive Charlie Dooley […]
Charlie talks with MSNBC “Hardball” host, Chris Matthews; with U.S. Cong. Russ Carnahan; with CBS News Correspondent Peter Maer about the latest GOP presidential polling numbers; and with Wall Street Journal Travel Editor Scott McCartney about germs on airplanes.
STL Cardinals President Bill DeWitt, III,announces the Like Mike
campaign…Peter Maer, CBS correspondent, discusses whether Pres. Obama was “disrespected” when asked by Speaker Boehner to move his speech date…Another face-off on Aerotropolis…and a Webster Univ. grad student sues over his dismissal from a Master’s degree program in family counseling after it was determined he “lacked empathy”.
Former colleagues say 67-year-old suffered a fatal heart attack in Hawaii.
John and Michael talk about a newly-restored Cheshire Hotel in St. Louis…President Obama’s economic bus tour to three states…results of GOP straw poll in Iowa this past weekend…and Warren Buffett says he pays less taxes than his secretary.