Some say election year politics may get in the way of bipartisan idea.
Departing Police Chief Dan Isom joins Charlie in studio to discuss his future, and we talk to Tony LaRussa about his new book. Plus Steve Brown talks Congress and tax reform.
Steve Brown, of suburban St. Louis, resigned from the Missouri House after pleading guilty in 2009 to conspiracy to obstruct justice.
A St. Louis jazz pianist performs at the White House State Dinner, a Sanibel, FL, mayor rejects a $10 mil earmark for her area, is the State of Illinois looking at bankruptcy, an organized crime sweep in New York against seven families and a mountain lion sighting in Chesterfield, MO? Charlie discusses.
Cities can do it, but states can’t declare bankruptcy. But what if federal policy changes.
ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS, Ill. (AP) — One Metro-East veteran will spend Christmas in the first home he’s owned because of generosity from a fellow soldier.