The audit calls into question several of the Children’s Service Fund’s contracts for either spending too much or spending without approval.
For weeks, executives in the Children’s Services Fund have been denying any wrong-doing in dealings with the Excellence in Missouri Foundation.
The NFL playoffs begin Saturday. We get a preview from USA Today’s Jarrett Bell.
Illinois Congressman John Shimkus talks about the fiscal cliff deal.
Councilman Steve Stenger says for the county to have forgotten to charge $2 million in tax revenue for sewers seems to be part of a pattern.
Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones is just back from a 20 city tour of the state talking with residents about what they want to see happen in the legislature.
An update on the FBI investigation into the Children’s Services Fund Director Catherine Tansey and her questionable spending habits.
Paul Hall reviews “The Words.” Dave Matter talks Mizzou football. Steve Stenger tells us about the annual Freedom River Walk.
The Reardon Roundtable discusses Paul Ryan, student loans, Joe Biden’s “unchained” comment, and gun laws. Mayor Slay discusses gun crimes in the city.
An email suggests that if voters deny tax increase, then Co. Exec Dooley is “in a better position to make drastic cuts in the parks”