Marathon Winner Honored Before Cards GameAndrea Karl gets proper recognition for winning Go! St. Louis race.
Cards to Recognize Marathon Champion2015 Go St. Louis race winner getting finish line accolades she didn't receive on race day
Cheaters Never Win - Woman Caught Cheating in St. Louis MarathonIt is believed Schler might have joined the course after the last checkpoint before the finish line, acting as if she were the lead marathoner, and broke the tape.
TIAM Weekend: Jackie Joyner Kersee, Carl Lewis, Nancy Lieberman
Charlie Brennan - Wednesday, April 2nd - Alberto Gonzales, 80th Att'y General of the U.S.Charlie talks with Judge Alberto Gonzales, 80th Att'y General of the U.S.; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; with Nancy Lieberman of Go! St. Louis; and with Architect Gene Mackey about his new book, "Impressions of a European Journey".
Total Information AM: GO! St. Louis Marathon, TitanicIt's Total Information AM with Brian Kelly and Maria Keena. On this edition, Brian and Maria get a chance to talk to the executive director for the annual "Go! St. Louis Marathon and Family Fitness Weekend", Nancy Lieberman. Tomorrow marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. The Post Dispatch's Tim O'Niel tells us about how PD Reporter Carlos Hurd landed the story of a lifetime. You won't want to miss this!
TIAM: Oil Prices, Oscars & ReadingOil prices are moving the world's markets. CBS' Steve Futterman on the Oscars. Go! St. Louis & reading Dr. Seuss to children.
Total Information AM - Wednesday, March 2ndJerry Bodlander spoke with us about the current budget battle and whether he thinks the government will shut down, and we heard from writer Amy Chua and Nancy Lieberman from Go! St. Louis.
Charlie Brennan - Tuesday, March 1stCharlie talks about a possible gov't shutdown on Friday, and Michael Weisskopf talks about the 1995 gov't shutdown and budget battle. We also hear from Go! St. Louis President Nancy Lieberman and Charlie takes listener calls on the wage disparity between men and women.

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