Charlie Brennan - Friday, August 30th - Walter Trout, Blues Guitarist; former Mo. State Sen. Jane Cunningham; and Glenn Koenen on Mo. Senate Bill 251Charlie talks with Blues Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter Walter Trout about his upcoming appearance in St. Louis; and with former Mo. State Sen. Jane Cunningham; and Charlie and Debbie talk with Glenn Koenen about Mo. Senate Bill 251 and firefighters.
Charlie Brennan - Tuesday, July 9th -- Cutting Down on Unwanted EMail; Glenn Koenen; Jeff Benedict on Aaron Hernandez; Rob Rose of DealieDoCharliel talks with Jill Duffy about how to cut down on unwanted email; with Glenn Koenen; with Jeff Benedict on the arrest of Aaron Hernandez; and with Rob Rose of DealieDo.
Charlie Brennan - Thursday, March 7th -- Is Kansas City rising as St. Louis keeps falling?Is Kansas City rising at St. Louis keeps falling? Charlie talks with Kansas City Star Reporter Yael Abouhalkah. Charlie also talks with Chicago Treasurer Stephanie D. Neely about stop and frisk; and with Chris Nagus and Glenn Koenen about food stamp fraud.
Wagner Wins In Second Congressional DistrictWagner cruised to an expected win over Democrat Glenn Koenen after building up a large fundraising advantage in Missouri's 2nd district.
Koenen Wins Recount for Missouri Congressional PrimaryGlenn Koenen will face Republican Ann Wagner in the November election.
Five Missouri Primary Races Appear Eligible For RecountThe winning margin in five of this week's Missouri party primary elections appears so narrow that several candidates will be eligible to seek a recount.
Charlie Brennan - Thursday, April 19thCharlie talks with NY Times Tax Reporter David Kocieniewski about his new Pulitzer Prize; with Glenn Koenen about Congress possibly cutting the food stamp budget by 4%; with Denny Huff of the Mo. Council of the Blind abut medical aid cuts to the blind; with Montrail and Melissa White about punishing their 8-year-old daughter for stealing and lying; and with Writer/Director Aimee Lagos about her new film, "96 Minutes".
Local Food Pantry Sees Rise In Formerly Middle Class Clients"We're meeting a lot of people who have fallen down one or two notches," Circle of Concern's Glenn Koenen said.
Charlie Brennan - Wednesday, June 29thHow to lose a large amount of weight, the healthy way...STL clergy delivers letter of displeasure to Cong. Todd Akin over comments Akin made on liberals and God...a St. Louisan with a pacemaker goes through the scanner at Lambert Airport, even though he requested a "patdown"...should STL preserve the Del Taco building, or tear it down?...and STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon talks about the basball week.

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