Steve Futterman gives us an Olympics update.
John Rooney talks about the upcoming Cardinals’ road trip in Chicago, and CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman talks about the Olympics.
John and Michael talk about Shock Jock Howard Stern criticizing St. Louis; with CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman about today’s Illinois primary; with Retired Army Maj. Mike Lyons about the Afghan massacre of civilians; with Kitty Radcliffe about the financial impact of NCAA men’s basketball in STL and about the Rams lease; and take a look at the Rev. Dennis Terry’s introduction of Rick Santorum at a rally event which has caused quite a stir.
Charlie talks with Joe Edwards about Chuck Berry being honored at the Kennedy Library in Boston on Sun., Feb. 26; with CBS Correspondent Steve Futterman about the Michigan primary results; with Fr. Bill Rowe of St. Mary’s in Mt. Carmel, IL, about rescinding his resignation; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and with Bruce Sommer, former head of America’s Center and the Dome, about what it will take to keep the Rams in STL.
Guests for this Friday morning include TV critic Ed Bark, People Magazine’s JoAnne Fowler, and Lou Ferrigno.
Mark on Money Who’s your money on for Sunday’s Super Bowl? CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman is in Indianapolis covering all the Super Bowl festivities. William Shatner is coming to town for a performance at […]
CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman gives us a live update from Los Angeles on the signing of Albert Pujols to the L.A. Angels. Mark on Money Sports Economist Patrick Rishe of Webster University tells us […]
Is political partisanship ruining our country? Plus, Hurricane Irene came and went on the East Coast.
The Food Network is coming to St. Louis to look for its next Food Network Star. Jennifer Sullivan is the casting director and she tells us about the open casting call coming up this week. […]
Now that all those crazy kids are back in school and off the beaches, find out where you can go take your own spring break from our constantly changing weather.