Charlie talks with Vic Szec of Peabody Energy and Jeff Ordower with Missourians for Organizing Reform and Empowerment, whose group will be protesting Peabody’s alleged tax dodging practices at Peabody’s shareholders meeting today.

U.S. Cong. Russ Carnahan (D-MO) gives us his take on the student loan crisis.

Chris Busch, brother of Amber Wood, who was killed in a hit and run accident this past weekend, asks for the public’s help in helping police track down the criminal.

Charlie talks with the former head of Metro (St. Louis’ mass transit system), Larry Salci, about the controversy over Metro’s purchase of the 10-story Meridian Garage in Brentwood.

Charlie talks with Sean Connolly, author of “The Book of Perfectly Periolous Math”. Book signing this afternoon, 5/1/2012, 4:30PM, at Left Bank Books on Euclid.


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