An important health issue, the future of downtown St. Louis and Tom Hanks’ new movie were the topics of discussion on this Saturday edition of Total Information AM.

On this World Stroke Day we checked in with the manager of the Mid-America Stroke Network at SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital. Jeff Wright manages almost 70 hospitals throughout the region to improve stroke care. He told us about the signs and symptoms of stroke, including the key term FAST. To hear our conversation click here.  For more information on strokes, click here.

This week, the Cardinals announced plans for phase two of Ballpark Village. Alderman Jack Coatar has introduced a bill calling for the city to provide tax incentives to help build the project. This morning we asked him to respond to critics of his plan. You can hear what he had to say here.

Usually Harry Hamm is a big fan of Tom Hanks’ movies. That’s not the case with “Inferno”. Hear his review here.

Birthday parties today will be thrown for a member of the Moody Blues and Wings, an actor who needs a bigger boat and the voice of Homer, among others. You can hear that list here.

On Sunday, we’ll meet the lead singer for the band Kansas, have a report on how colleges are trying to meet the needs of businesses, plus have the latest news, sports and weather.

We’ll talk with you then!

Maria and Brian


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