TIAM Sunday August 9thPolice and the law a year after Michael Brown. Blues and Cardinals birthdays. Fantastic Four. Oklahoma. Sneezes.
Barkley: Black People Need 'To Start Holding Ourselves More Accountable'NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley believes the black community needs to start holding themselves more accountable.
Rams Coach Fisher Wants To Focus On FootballHead coach would prefer to not get involved in any protest or political debates.
Rams Receivers Make Pregame "Hands Up" GestureJared Cook, "Everything about the (Michael Brown) situation touched me because it could have happened to any of us."
NFL Player: 'Sin Is The Reason We Riot, Loot And Burn'New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson says the nation has a "sin problem" that can only be solved through the Christian gospel.
Charlie Brennan - Monday, November 24 - Prosecutor Rachel Smith on Grand Jury Process; Pulitzer Prize-Winner Bret Stephens; Market Strategist Al GoldmanCharlie and Debbie talks with Prosecutor Rachel Smith regarding the confusion over whether or not Grand Jury testimony and records can be released, if Ofcr. Darren Wilson is not indicted; Charlie talks with Pulitzer Prize Winner Bret Stephens, author of "America in Retreat"; and with Chief Stock Market Strategist Al Goldman about the state of the markets.
Charlie Brennan - Wednesday, November 19 - Mo. Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder on Ferguson Commission; Cindy Schild on Keystone XL Pipeline; Mike ShannonMo. Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder explains his "no" vote on funding for the Ferguson Commission; Charlie and Debbie with Cindy Schild of the American Petroleum Institute on the Keystone XL Pipeline; and Charlie talks with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon about the Cards' recent trades.
Hancock & Kelley - Tuesday, November 18 - Gov. Jay Nixon Stammers His Response in Press Conference; Kitty Radcliffe on Tourism and Convention Business in STLJohn and MIchael take listener calls on Mo. Gov. Jay Nixon stammering through a press conference with reporters yesterday; and they take calls on what is the proper response for a possible non-indictment?; and Kitty Radcliffe talks about how the Ferguson upset is affecting convention business and tourism in St. Louis.
Charlie Brennan - Friday, October 10 - Violent Protesting in South St. Louis City Over Another Shooting; Tom Doyle on Paul McCartneyCharlie and Debbie take listener calls on another shooting death of an African-American male by an off-duty police officer; and Charlie talks with Scottish Rock Journalist Tom Doyle on his book about Paul McCartney.
Kevin Killeen's Whole 'nother story -- The Elephant in the Room
Charlie Brennan - Monday, October 6 - John Rooney; Joan Holland and Kim Nazuruk on Learning Disabilities; #Ferguson Protesters at St. Louis Symphony; Larry SwedroeCharlie and Debbie talks with STL Cards Broadcaster John Rooney; and with Joan Holland of Miriam School and a parent of a student at Miriam School about learning disabilities. Charlie talks about the #Ferguson protesters at the St. Louis Symphony concert on Saturday evening; and with Market Analyst Larry Swedroe about the state of the markets.
Hancock & Kelley - Wednesday, September 17 - County Council Meeting; Scott Scnuck; Mike Shannon; Outrage Over NFL AttitudeMichael and Debbie on last night's boisterous County Council meeting; with Scott Schnuck on Schnucks Markets 7th anniversary and this year's United Way campaign; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; on outrage over the NFL's attitude in the Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson child abuse and domestic abuse cases; and with Rachel Witt about the First Annual South Grand Fall Fest.