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KMOX reporter Kevin Killeen hops in studio to share a story he's been working on that focuses on a group of homeless men living in tents just off of the highway. Plus, MO Senator Travis Fitzwater talks the nuances of SJR 25.
Good thing George Mahe knows, the dining editor for St. Louis Magazine joins The Show to highlight new restaurant openings and update us on those that have closed. Plus, Preston Truman Boyd plays Javert in Les Miserables which will be at the Fabulous Fox next week.
Amy is on a secret mission or maybe a race but Claibs steps in to host with Rongey and it's Friday so bring in Michael Kelley. We talk the appointment of special counsel and cities passing St. Louis by. Plus, did you see this?
The Attorney General appointed Robert Hur as special counsel to investigate how classified documents made their way to President Biden's personal residence in Delaware. Plus, reaction from Merrick Garlands appointment.
We are joined by Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III as he previews what fans can expect when they attend the Cardinals Care Winter Warm-Up this weekend. Plus, Major Garrett of CBS talks about classified documents found in President Biden's personal office.
Thousands of Flights are delayed this morning cause a problem with the FAA Computers, so it wasn't Southwest fault this time. The Car outside Catalyst Coffee Bar in St. Louis, is gone. Harvey Dent got towed. Javier Palomarez, the CEO of the US Hispanic Business Council is on the show.
It was reported that President Joe Biden had classified documents from his time as Vice President in a private office. Amy and Chris discuss the differences between this and Mar-a-Lago. Plus, Missouri Senator Greg Razer talks about SB 62.
Jeff Smith is a former Missouri Senator who served time in prison and joins The Show to help us understand what the prison experience might look like for the former aldermen. Plus, Paul Seegert on the FDA possibly approving a new weight loss drug.
Social media is believed to have played a part in the storming of government buildings in Brazil by protesters of the country's Presidential election. Plus, Scott MacFarlane of CBS on classified documents found in Biden's private office.
Senator Lauren Arthur joins The Show to discuss Senate Bill 107 that would create a program that would help teachers with their student loans. Plus, KMOX's Matt Pauley on what the Cardinals need and the final Sunday of the NFL regular season.
In the final hour of The Show, Chief Genetic Genealogist at Parabon Nanolabs CeCe Moore joins to discuss the use of genealogy in the Idaho murder case. Mike Claiborne also joins to discuss his biggest loser's in world history.
In hour 2 of The Show, Missouri Capitol Bureau Chief Emily Manly joins to discuss the Missouri state legislature starting their session this week. They then draft the biggest loser's in world history. They wrap up the hour discussing Bed, Beth, and Beyond going bankrupt.
Apparently St. Louis. Nearly half of the households in St. Louis are occupied by just one person the good news is, there are plenty of other lonely people out there. Plus, evaluating President Zelensky as a wartime leader.
Alan Scaia of KRLD in Dallas is on the scene outside of the hospital where Damar Hamlin is being treated and he updates us on his progress. Plus, John Hancock talks the new Congress and the lack of enough in-party support for Kevin McCarthy.
Kevin McCarthy was unable to reach the amount of votes needed to take over the role of Speaker of the House; the vote will continue today. Plus, Kiryl Sukhotski of Radio Free Europe on reporting what actually happens during the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Economic failure, another great war and possibly cannibalism? Nostradamus is throwing a lot of arrows out there. Plus, Matt Pauley to talk about his thoughts and feelings after Damar Hamlin's medical emergency in last night's game vs Cincinnati.
KMOX's Brad Young is a lawyer and partner at Harris Dowell Fisher & Young and he joins The Show to talk about legal action that could be taken against Southwest Airlines. Plus, Steven Portnoy of CBS talks the new Congress being sworn in today.