Mark explores a new law holding parents responsible for underage drinking and reactions from the hiring of a felon to St. Louis County Economic Council.
Friday means a Reardon Roundtable. Mark also talks with Josh Kraushaar about the possibility of Condoleeza Rice as a VP, and former American Medical Association President Dr. Donald Palmisano about ObamaCare.
Metro Transit could lose $6 million, because a councilmember is upset about a parking garage deal.
St. Louis County’s parks department spent a half-million dollars on new cars and trucks, while people were being laid off and parks were threatened with closure.
“They have left funds just lying in accounts that would’ve been very helpful during the alleged financial crisis,” councilman Steve Stenger said.
This week’s roundtable guests include Missouri State Senator Eric Schmitt, Mayor Slay’s Chief of Staff Jeff Rainford, and St. Louis County Councilman Steve Stenger. William Shatner tells us about his upcoming performance at the Peabody […]
Total Information PM: Missouri Attorney General Candidate, St. Louis Auto Show, St. Louis County Layoffs
Ed Martin announces he is running for the republican nomination for Missouri Attorney General. Mark on Money Chris Adelman, executive VP of the Greater St. Louis Auto Association, tells us about the 2011 St. Louis […]
The Mark Reardon Show: Attorney General Candidate, County Budget Cuts, Arizona Standoff, “Your Money, Your Values, Your Vote”, Busch Brewing
Ed Martin announces that he has dropped out of the congressional race and will run for the republican nomination for Missouri Attorney General. St. Louis County Council Chair Steve Stenger on County Executive Charlie Dooley […]
The Mark Reardon Show: Albertageddon, County Council Compromise, Missouri Senate Candidate, St. Louis Doesn’t Suck
Derrick Goold with the Post Dispatch gives us the latest on Pujols talks underway at MLB’s Winter Meetings. St. Louis County Council Chair Steve Stenger tells us about last night’s compromise on the St. Louis […]
Instead of closing parks, County Executive Charlie Dooley said that 40 to 50 employees would lose their jobs.