Charlie and Debbie talk with KMOX’s Jefferson City Correspondent Phil Brooks about Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of the student transfer bill and the millions he’ll hold back to offset impact of tax breaks.

STL Attys Bevis Schock and Hugh Eastwood on two red light camera ticket cases going to the Missouri Supreme Court.

STL Detective Timothy C. Richards on his new book, “Superman’s Eyes: 6 True and Sordid Stories About Big-City Cops”. Book is available at,, at the Book House in Maplewood, World News in Clayton and at Element off Main in Columbia,IL.

Charlie talks with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon.

Charlie and Debbie talk with Lori Thaman, Exec. Dir. of Fair Saint Louis, about the July 4th weekend activities and festivities. For information, please visit and

Jack Lane, Exec. Prod. of Stages St. Louis, tells about tonight’s celebration of 100 performances of “Always Patsy…”,
and other Stages productions.


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