Listen To Win Tickets To See Elton JohnListen to Mark Reardon on KMOX Tuesday through Friday and call in for your chance to win a pair of tickets to see Elton John's "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" Tour.
WRECKER: Looking to Volunteer in the St. Louis Area?Saturday was my first day at the Food Bank. It was our annual KMOX day to volunteer.
KMOX Profiles: Eric ReyesWith all the debate on what to do with immigration in this country, Ryan Wrecker wanted to talk to a local "dreamer" in St. Louis. Eric Reyes was brought to this country at the age of 3 by his mother and later found out he was not a citizen.
KMOX Profiles: R. Marie GriffithR. Marie Griffith is the author of "Moral Combat: How Sex Divided American Christians & Fractured American Politics." She is the John C. Danforth Distinguished professor at Washington University. She chats with Debbie Monterrey.
REARDON: Push Fear Aside & Don't Put Off Things You Want To AccomplishMy friend Andrew had a philosophy he lived by - anything can happen to anyone at any time and FEAR shouldn’t be involved in our decisions to live life.
WATCH: Burger King Explains Net Neutrality With Brilliant AdBurger King's "Whopper Neutrality" campaign caught some customers off guard.
WRECKER: Don't Look Directly at the ArchThanks to the government shutdown, you’re not allowed to look at the Arch.  Not even for a minute.
Missouri Valley Conference Report: January 21, 2018KMOX Sports Director Tom Ackerman talks about the latest Missouri Valley Conference news and standings.
KMOX Profiles: Jo Jo WhiteSt. Louisan Jo Jo White is a member of the NBA Hall of Fame and a 1968 Olympic Gold Medalist. White, who attended McKinley High School and was drafted into the NFL, MLB, ABA and the NBA as a Boston Celtic, passed away on January 16th, 2018 at the age of 71. Charlie Brennan revisits his 2006 interview with White.
KMOX Profiles: Paul RossTom Ackerman profiles Paul Ross, a St. Louis native, former wild land firefighter, writer, volunteer firefighter & Donaldson Aerospace Filtration Systems engineer.
REARDON: I Want To Believe In Greitens, But It's Getting DifficultGovernor Greitens: Answer questions, say you're sorry and make it clear that this didn’t happen again outside of this incident and that it won’t happen again.