NBC's Bob Costas Replaced by Mike Tirico For Olympics CoverageCostas, 64, began his broadcasting career at 22-years-old calling Spirit of St. Louis basketball games on KMOX. He said he's not retiring from the business, but entering the ``Tom Brokaw phase'' of his career.
Lawmakers Say Missouri Inmates Should Keep Cable TV ChannelsThe committee largely opposed the idea, saying the inmates earned the money and the cable could be used as a disciplinary tool by being turned off.
Reality TV Show to Follow Police Detectives in St. Louis'The First 48' is based on the first two days of a homicide investigation.
Entertainer Alan Thicke Dead At 69Publicist says Canada native had heart attack, Tuesday.
Union Ad Rebukes Stan Kroenke, WalmartUnited Food and Commercial Workers Local 655 wants consumers to shop at local grocery stores.
Arsenio Hall Loves Cleveland Sports, Knows Presidential Candidates Pretty WellHall joined KMOX's Chris Hrabe and talked about a lot more than just his comedy show coming to Helium Comedy Club in St. Louis this weekend.
Overnight America Interviews: October 28th, 2016 - The Weekend is Upon Us.
Sen. McCaskill Mocks Trump, Dr. OzMcCaskill blasts Trump and Oz on Twitter, referring to them as "snake oil" salesmen.
5 Dead Due to 7.5-Magnitude Afghanistan EarthquakeThe earthquake, with an epicenter in a remote part of northern Afghanistan, was felt in cities across Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.
Ferguson Looter's Facebook Post, Mother Lead to ArrestBrandon Ward posted on Facebook "I'm on TV," looking at video of the Ferguson riots in November 2014.
#TBT: The Original TV Dinner Released in 1953The first Swanson dinner was a Thanksgiving meal with turkey, dressing, peas and sweet potatoes - each item in its own compartment.
Workplaces Call for More Safety After TV Reporters KilledNews Director Scott Brady in Springfield, Mo., says there is an element of "it could happen to us."

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