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St. Louis Appoints First-Ever Resilience Officer; Audio ExcerptSt. Louis has its first-ever chief resilience officer, a position created to help the city prepare for and respond to events ranging from floods and tornadoes to violence and riots.
Harsh Anti-Clinton Tweets Posted On University City Account; Audio ExcerptCity Manager of University City Lehman Walker tells KMOX the city’s account was hacked after some harsh, anti-Hillary Clinton tweets were posted on its Twitter feed Thursday night and Friday morning.
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Report: Democrat-Aligned Group Launching TV Ads Against Greitens; Audio ExcerptMissouri’s four-way Republican battle for governor is getting bombarded with last-minute attacks ads and fliers by outside groups – including one with Democratic ties according to reports.
St. Louis County Hopes to Avoid Repeat of April Election Problems; Audio ExcerptMore than a million Missouri voters are expected to show up at the polls Tuesday – a 31 percent turnout. In St. Louis County, Director of Elections Eric Fey says they are ready for a smooth election. He says they are working fervently to avoid a repeat of the April election when voters were turned away because they ran out of paper ballots.
Inside Pitch: Matt Carpenter, Part 2Matt Carpenter talks with Kyle McClellan about the atmosphere in the Cardinals dugout and how it's different from other teams.