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Charlie talks with Bestselling Author/Screenwriter/Playwright Delia Ephron; with Ruth Morris in Shanghai about the release of the blind Chinese dissident; with Denny Huff of the Mo. Council of the Blind about an update on funding for the blind in Mo.; with Clayton School District Spokesperson Chris Tennill and student transfers; with STL Post Dispatch Editor Arnie Robbins about Sunshine Laws, the CVC and the Rams; with STL Cards Broadcaster John Rooney; and with Veronica Wansley, a Peabody shareholder/protester who was denied entrance into the Peabody shareholders meeting yesterday in STL.
Newspaper companies would face higher printing costs under a proposal by a Missouri House committee that eliminates the sales tax exemption for printing materials.
Pollack’s death called a loss for St. Louis.
Charlie talks with Washington Post Columnist E. J. Dionne…with STL Post-Dispatch Writer Nancy Cambria about child day care licensing…and with Executive Bill Gunderson about Pres. Obama’s choices for the Jobs Commission.
Lee Enterprises Inc., still needs to refinance another $175 million.
Why won’t the dog bring the paper in this morning?
The Suburban Journals of Greater St. Louis will cut 20 jobs and eliminate some print editions.
STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon on Milwaukee Brewers’ Takashi Saito pitch to Albert Pujols that struct his left hand. New York Times’ Ron Nixon on freshmen and Tea Party Respublicans loving their pork spending in their districts, but no one else’s. STL Post-Dipatch Reporter Matt Hathaway on generous salaries and bonuses for STL Science Center executives.
Missouri unclaimed property ads cost more than $650K
Palin Under Fire Conservative blogger John Ziegler stirs the pot with a new entry on Sarah Palin and he joins Mark to tell us all about it. Presidential Debate Preview Tonight is the New Hampshire […]