Without that change, Jay Nixon might not have had a chance at what could be one of his greatest governmental achievements — attracting Boeing to make one the biggest industrial investments in Missouri history.
PopDose.com Staffer Zack Dennis sat in the hot seat to talk Pop Culture with Jon. Find out what Zack had to say about some bad Christmas songs. Political Reporter Niall Stanage joins us from his […]
Overnight America Podcast: November 27th, 2013 – Cheffy Baby, Jill Cataldo, Brandon Lang, Niall Stanage
Cheffy Baby joins us for a special Thanksgiving segment where he took your calls on how to make the best meal on the big day. Super Couponer Jill Cataldo joins us to talk about the […]
Overnight America Podcast: November 20th, 2013 – Justin Kreutzmann, Trixie Garcia, Niall Stanage, Brian Faegans
Cinematographer Justin Kreutzmann and Trixie Garcia (Jerry Garcia’s daughter) stopped by to talk about a new film “Move Me Brightly”, that is being released of a concert that was put together by many artists involved […]
Film Critic Tom O’Keefe from “Reel Spoilers” and ReviewStl.com stopped by talk with Jon and you about special or weird episodes of TV shows. Tom spoke on the upcoming episode of “How I met Your […]
Political reporter Niall Stanage with TheHill.com joins us each week to take a look at American Politics. This week Nial recaps election night in America. Senior Editor Michael Bakich from Astronomy Magazine stopped by for […]
When it comes to financing our highways, Missouri actually is closer to the “borrow-and-spend” mentality that we attribute to Europe.
Earlier this month, Missouri experienced an extraordinary series of government spokespersons who refused to speak.
When they get there they’re expected to be greeted by lawmakers, including U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, R-MO, but Korean War veteran Major Gen. Bill Branson is not impressed.
Belleville Democrat Bill Enyart was the lone “no” vote of 401 that were cast in the House on the weekend resolution relating to military chaplains who’ve been furloughed.