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"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:16 min | 2 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Often comes down to numbers. But for Jessica Murray, she wanted to recognize the human cost. She developed s ST Louis Covad memorial dot com. To remember the people who've lost their lives to covert. 19 people and families have been really early supported that they're feeling heard. It's been really moving, and it's been really motivating to continue right now. Murray is combing through obituaries and news articles herself but welcomes input from families who have lost loved ones and would like to see them on the memorial. She is also on Twitter at ST Louis Cove it if you want to know more about how she started this go to the radio dot com at Rewind to 6 22 this morning. KMOX news time is 7 23 1 analyst credits support in rural Missouri for making the difference in the success of the Medicaid expansion measure that was on this week's primary ballot. The chair of the Coal County Democrats. That's Jefferson City says 242,000 rural voters supported the measure, which passed by 87,000 votes. Misery. Secretary of State J. Ashcroft is praising local election officials for their handling of Tuesday's primary. Statewide. The number of absentee and mail in ballots requested was nearly four times the number for the August 2016 primary. 220,000 compared to 62,000 Ashcroft says. Despite that the count went well, especially in ST Louis County. Those results they had, I think, really, at a normal time, or probably within 10 or 15 minutes of when they would have gotten them in August of 2016. They did a great job as Croft also praise the city of ST Louis and Jackson County, he says. Well, things went well this time if the number of absentee ballots cast in November approaches a 1,000,000 which he says is possible. Missouri could see delays in announcing winners of close races. Brian Kelly ST Louis is NewsRadio KMOX Blues of the Arch returns today, but it's going virtual this year. Ah, the annual Siri's celebrating Blues musical stream free of charge every Friday in August. You can watch it arch park dot org's or the Gateway Arch Park foundations Facebook page and that's the music of UV haze, which you can hear starting at seven PM tonight. For the next three weeks, you'll hear Little Dylan Kingdom Brothers and Caroline Mason respectively, coming up at the bottom of the hour. A CBS special report on the July jobs report. It's 7 20 thought. Get the inside scoop on the Cardinals. 2020 seasons with red Birds Manager Mike Shield join him Sunday mornings in 10 15 for the MIC. She'll show on your voice of the ST Louis Cardinals KMOX meet Chuck. Now meet Chuck's personal information. Hello, made up of things like account Loggins Bank info and Chuck Social Security number. Whenever Chuck's shops, banks and browses online his info travels all over the World Bulls you breathe yet exposing it to cyber threats. Well, that's no good. So how is Chuck able to sleep? Because he knows Norton and Lifelock are now part of one company. Norton, 3 60 with Lifelock provides an all in one membership for your cyber safety that gives you device security. Identity theft protection. A VPN for online privacy and more. No one can prevent all cyber crime and identity theft. But Norton, 3 60 with Lifelock.

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"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:09 min | 2 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"7 31 CBS News Special Report. The Labor Department has just released jobless numbers for last week, another 1.1 million plus signed up for unemployment benefits. Economists say it reflects a labor market recovery that's lost steam. As many states paws are reverse reopening. In Lake Ozark, Missouri Mayor Jerry Morale Ski is glad partying tourists ever turned, he tells Fox for. I mean, you just think about what this is done for our economy, and you just go. Thank you Hold CBS is Adriana D. A says there have been problems at schools that have reopened. Already. Over 100 students in Mississippi are now quarantining after six students and a staff member tested positive and at a school in North Carolina. Part of a network of schools that vice President Pence visited and prays for reopening. All fourth grade students and a teacher are now quarantining after a student there tested positive The government released job knows numbers for the entire month of July tomorrow, CBS News Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodri get KMOX news time is 7 32 Local census officials are preparing to step up their efforts to get local residents counted after the Census Bureau announced its ending the count a month earlier than previously planned. So now instead of October 31st they have only until September 30th to finish their work was very foundation for health Governmental affairs director Alex Rankin says. It comes at a bad time for the ST Louis area are not at the point where we were at the end of self response in 2010 we are behind and so we need to ensure that we're really Working overtime to get everyone counted because if not, we're just leaving dollars on the table, Rankin says. So far, about 3/4 of ST Louis County residents have responded, but only about half of city residents have Census takers will start going door to door next week, she says. Cove in 19 will make that job even more difficult. Brian Kelly ST Louis is NewsRadio. Camel Hospitalizations from Covert 19 have dipped in the ST Louis area, but health officials say there are still troubling numbers in the pandemic spread across the bistate region. Local hospitals reported 39 new hospitalizations yesterday. Down from 55 the day before, But health officials say the region isn't out of the woods yet. ST. Louis County reported 286 new cases of the virus for a total of 14,074 since the pandemic began evictions or halted until further notice for people owing back rent in the city of ST Louis. The timeout agreed to buy presiding Judge Rex Burlison in ST Louis Sheriff Vernon Bets Under the deal, bet says those behind in their payments could apply for federal cares. Act money given to the city of ST Louis, $5.4 million available for mortgage assistance. Tennis wants some kind of reprieve because they don't have they haven't been working. I'll have the funds coming in. But then the landlord he needs his money that says some 50 eviction notices were ready to be served immediately, and potentially hundreds more were pending approval by the courts. The news is sponsored by Michael's flooring outlet, the flooring experts Michael's flooring outlet dot com Coming up after the break and update on Illinois's efforts to fight Cove it plus News of an unemployment scam there and.

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"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:45 min | 2 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"That based on these results in the flavor of the electorate? And she said, quote, this is a test run, and people are ready for a change. At the arch grounds, Kevin Colleen said. Those news radio came Alexe and no break from campaigning or from campaign ads. You'll see them right now from Pax for both Missouri gubernatorial candidates Tough on crime Strong on Jobs Governor Mike Parsons is working for Missouri incumbent Republican Mike Parson pushing jobs in crime fighting state auditor Democrat Nicole Galloway pushing back on covert response. She also wants to meet Parson on stage governor. It's time to step out of the Jefferson City bubble and address the needs of Missouri's working families. The Missouri Press Association is organizing a virtual debate on September 25th. Michael Calhoun, ST Louis is news radio KMOX came Alexe news time for 34 saying they just couldn't have 10 to 15,000 people walking around without masks, spreading the Corona virus. The city of Kim's Wait, cancels its annual Apple Butter festival. That means the city's two major festivals. The Strawberry in the spring in October's Apple butter, which generate up to 80% of the city's budget have been canceled This year. Mary fell staying says that leaves the city limping along until the end of 2020 will start to try to be Extremely innovative and I'm not sure what that really means. We may even go to AA. We may be in the go fund me business pretty soon and he's serious about ago Funny campaign and he says the city will accept donations last year. Strawberry Festival was also canceled due to flooding and heavy rain limited last year's Apple Butter Festival to basically one day. Nothing says without help the city's in danger of laying people off at the end of December. Brian Kelly ST Louis is NewsRadio KMOX. Zamalek's news time for 35 time to check with Steve for stocks of local interest sponsored by zero red carpet cleaning your senior vice president of investment Scott Link, thanks. Carol was another good day from markets, with the Dow Jones up 372 points to 27,000 to 1 That's MP 500 was up 21 to 3 3027 NASDAQ was up 57 to 10,998. Gold was up $31.80 to $2052 announced in Oils up 42 cents 42. 12 a barrel stocks of local interest and has the Bushes up seven cents 55 79. Amon was down a dollar, 70 forward $80.45 spirals down a dollar 3 to $61. Even A teen T was down 16 cents 29 85 boy was up $9.21 The 1 74 28 Santini was up a dollar 33 63 97 charter communications down a dollar 75 5 98 26 Emerson Electric was up $2.76 64 69. Signal's up a dollar.

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"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Reporting. I'm Pam Coulter in Washington Corona virus Debts continue to rise in the U. S. And have now surpassed 153,000. Arizona, Mississippi in Florida all had record breaking increases. Today. Congress heard from health experts about the expanding Covic outbreak. CBS's CAMI McCormick reports were trying to save lives. Congressman James Clyburn complained that some states are finding it hard to keep up with demand for testing. Admiral Brett your are the current data we have from the large commercial labs or that 59% of all tester reported within three days, 76% within five days, though he admitted some are taking longer as to school reopening. CDC Director Robert Redfield said he supports it because so many Children rely on their schools for meals and health services. I do think it's really important to realize it's not public health versus the economy about school, opening its public health versus public health. Hurricane warnings are up for parts of the Florida coast, and the governor has declared a state of emergency with Xie is on track to hit the States East Coast Tomorrow. President Trump is in Florida participating in a roundtable event with the governor and other state officials. I ask all of those in the path of the storm to follow the guidance of your state, local and tribal officials. My administration will be here for you every signal step of the way we've done everything we could do, and now we're just waiting for the storm on DH. I guess it's Right behind me. It's following me, beaches, Marines and parks in Miami Dade County or closing tonight. A death sentence for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been thrown out after a federal appeals court ruled that the trial judge did not adequately screen jurors for potential biases. Ed Davis was Boston's police commissioner at the time. I don't think in the long run, it's going to make any difference, son everyone in and confessed to these crimes. What they're trying to do is make a play for leniency here on the sentence, there will be a new trial on the penalty in the case. 17 year old Graham Ivan Clark is facing 30 felonies in connection with the Twitter hack that used accounts of famous people to get the digital currency Bitcoin. Two others. Besides, the Tampa teenager are in custody. Hillsboro State's attorney Andrew Warren, this individual's crimes were perpetrated using the names of famous people in celebrities, but they're not the primary victims. This bit Con was designed to steal money from regular Americans from all over the country, including here in Florida. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is back home after a brief hospital stay. The Supreme Court says she's doing well. On Wall Street. The Dow up 1 14 NASDAQ rose 1 57 This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. Continued concerns about covert 19 testing in ST Louis County. Good evening. I'm Alex Beckman. Camel X News time. 703 68 degrees downtown at the Arch will check the forecast at 706 as Corona virus cases continue rising in new restrictions on bars and businesses are now in effect. The ST Louis County executive is expressing Mohr concerns about testing. CMPC says the county's testing partners and labs have been overwhelmed and many haven't been able to comply with the county's rapid notification on one urgent care provider. Had given US 17,000 test results in a patch over a three day period. Meanwhile, page says the county's received its first saliva tests, which should be available to the public next Wednesday and provide results in 3 to 4 days. One more thing about the saliva test is that it is diverted diversity. It's a new type of test. It's a new provider. We want to get a much different Testing providers in the nexus possible, So we're not dependent on what change and pages warning those with symptoms who've received a negative result from a rapid test to have another more reliable test. Brian Kelly ST Louis is NewsRadio KMOX. The ST Louis region is nearing a milestone, according to Dr Alex Garza. We said When we reached 40 admissions a day, it would be a benchmark for us to start thinking about other things that we could do. To decrease transmission. The head of the ST Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Taskforce Saysthe, seven day moving average of daily admissions is 39 with 46 reported yesterday. Garcia says thie intensive care units aren't as crowded as they were when the pandemic started. Younger people. They're handling the virus better and treatment has also gotten better. 63 people are currently in the I C U 29 people around ventilators. Washington University is the latest to announce plans for this fall semester. They're calling it the Washoe together plan and it appears students will be on campus. Here's what it includes All students, faculty staff and visitors will have to wear masks at all times and practice social distancing. Washoe plans to test students living on campus when they arrive in September and continue to test through the semester. Dorms will be less crowded classes themselves will apparently depend on the class sum will be in person. Others will be all online. Others will be a mix, Chancellor Andrew Martin said in a statement. Quote. Our plan is informed by science. We have made decisions based on all available data, and we will continue to monitor and evaluate the situation. As it develops in the weeks and months ahead. Michael Calhoun ST Louis has news radio KMOX Fox News contributor John Solomon has won a default judgment against ST Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardener in an open records lawsuit involving a 2018 invasion of privacy investigation and the former governor, Eric Greitens. Solomon, sued after Gardner's office didn't respond to his request for records involving her contacts with key players in the Greitens investigation. Gardner spokeswoman said yesterday that the office was reviewing the order mainly cloudy overnight, maybe a shower or thunderstorm with low 65 showers and thunderstorms early tomorrow, then variable clouds and cooler with a high 78.

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"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Next news. I'm Alex Stegman, one of to build a city police officers charged in the February shooting of a fleeing suspect showed up to post bail Friday, while ST Louis County prosecutor Wesley Bell was announcing the charges. Matthew Shots, says the shooting was justified because he and his partner, Christopher Gage, and others were in danger. I gave several commands to stop the vehicle did not stop. Um At that point, I was in fear of my life, and that's when I told the trigger. Johnson Gage are charged with first degree assault and armed criminal action. An update now on the kid lock firefighter who was critically wounded in a triple shooting in North County restaurant June 23rd 20 year old Our Lydia buffered is out of the hospital and in a rehab facility, Kinloch Fire chief Kevin Stewart says. She's walking speaking well and amazing. Her doctor's shows us, You know, character. He's a fighter. She is committed. She's dedicated to serving our community and she is don't I mean, there's no quit and her. Stewart says the support she's received from the community is an inspiration to our Lydia and gives her the extra push to continue fighting. Find out how you can help her go to the new Kinloch Fire Department. Facebook Page. Brian Kelly ST Louis is NewsRadio KMOX, 28 year old Courtney Washington is charged with the shooting that left another woman dead and the third wounded. Ridged in. Police say the death of the man whose body was found in a storage facility behind the love's truck stop on Friday was a homicide and they're looking for a truck that may be related. Police were called to the facility at 3 70 at Missouri Bottom road around 4 30 Friday morning after someone apparently tried to drive a vehicle through the gate. Body was found inside a storage unit about two hours later. Investigators think newer model great Ram truck slammed the gate as the driver tried to leave the facility mostly clear, inhuman overnight with a low 75 hot and humid on Saturday, mostly sunny with.

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"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:21 min | 3 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"News time. Five o'clock It's opening day for the ST Louis Cardinals. I'm Carol Daniel and I'm Alex Bagman. I'm Brian Kelly with an update on the kid lock firefighter who was shot a few weeks ago continues to improve and I'll tell you how your support is helping Well, I mean, it's about solidarity. Cardinalsmanager. Mike Shields on why he's choosing to wear a black lives matter Shirt this opening day, and you know, I'm not really going to get into the specifics of the There's a lot of thoughts about You know the actual energy For me, It's more about what it represents. And in total about just making sure that we Continue to look to treat people fairly that that peoples regardless of race or color. Feel safe going out of their homes or feel safe in certain six situations or circumstances. Our pregame edition of kegs and eggs continues the sour. Chris Raby has the pregame at 6 21st pitch from Busch Stadium at 7 15 an update now on the Kinloch firefighter who was critically wounded in the triple shooting at a North County restaurant June 23rd 20 year old Our Lydia Buffered is out of the hospital and in a rehab facility, Kinloch Fire chief Kevin Stewart says. She's walking speaking well and amazing. Her doctor shows us, you know. Character sees a fighter she is committed. She's dedicated to serving our community and she is doing it. I mean, there's no quit in her. Stewart says the support she's received from the community is an inspiration to our Lydia and gives her the extra push to continue fighting. To find out how you can help her go to the new Kinloch Fire Department. Facebook Page. Brian Kelly ST Louis is NewsRadio KMOX, 28 year old Courtney Washington charged with the shooting that left another woman dead and the third wounded. A 14 year old is charged with first degree murder and now has been certified to stand trial as an adult Marcus user. He is accused of shooting 14 year old Timothy Lucas of Washington. Park on January 18th or North Broadway. Lucas was pronounced dead at an area hospital user. He faces one count each of first degree murder and armed criminal action game. Alexe News Time. 5031 week after protesters in Chicago tried to topple the statue of Christopher Columbus Mayor Lori Lightfoot ordered two statues of the Explorer removed from city parks. They were gone early today. Many city residents are unhappy with the move, including this man. Make it appeal to all the Italian Americans out there. Stay.

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KMOX News Radio 1120

03:23 min | 3 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Local school administrators putting the finishing touches on reopening schools. Good afternoon. I'm Marie Akina. 90 degrees downtown of the gateway are two complete forecast is coming up. When local schools released they're reopening plans. Many will likely include AH hybrid schedule. That's according to education Plus CEO Dr Paul Ziegler, who says students would go to school two days a week and then learn virtually two days away. Maybe you have some students entering a Monday Wednesday Other students in there on a Tuesday Thursday, but what it would allow is school district based on their their facilities, because again it's It's very hard Tio socially distant students If we use six feet apart, most schools are designed to have Children six feet apart. So to do that, we need to reduce the number of students in the school building anything given time, Ziegler says the fifth day would be virtual. He tells Total information am Sunday that whatever plans were announced tomorrow could change due to the rising number of covert cases. Brian Kelly ST Louis is NewsRadio KMOX in the row. County sheriff has tested positive for cocaine 19 the sheriff's Department says. Neil Rolfing has been in quarantine since last weekend when he started experiencing symptoms. Department officials say in a statement that those symptoms are mild and department operations have not been affected because of limited contact with employees. In Illinois. There have been more than 160,000 confirmed positive cases of the virus since the pandemic began and nearly 7300 deaths mask will be required at all of Jefferson County building starting tomorrow and the courthouse's enhancing restrictions after three people who worked there tested positive for covert 19 Never to Jefferson County Sheriff's Office employees tested positive, as did an attorney. Within the past week, the court has courthouse will go back to phase zero more only certain cases like orders of protection, juvenile proceedings and sensitive time matters can be heard in person. Investigators say. An early morning murder at the North Handley Transit Center stem from an argument at another location earlier in the night at about one o'clock officers in the area heard several gunshots when they arrived, the transit center They found a roughly 20 year old man dying from a gunshot wound. Investigators say he was part of a group that had been dropped off at the parking lot. After an evening out. They were confronted there by the group. They had a dispute with earlier Shooter drove off and remains at large are forecast. A heat advisory is still in effect until seven o'clock this evening mix of sun and clouds this afternoon highs of 94 degrees. We could see heat and disease between 101 105 to nightclubs. McGee still human and then thunderstorms move in. With lows of 74 degrees for tomorrow, hot and humid. Not as hot, though. As Faras temperatures go, A thunderstorm is likely with highs of 88 degrees and storms tomorrow night with a little of 72. Right now it's 89 Edwardsville, 95 in ST Charles, and 90 degrees downtown at the Gateway, Arch I Marie Akina Camel X News time is 106.

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KMOX News Radio 1120

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Held goal in the board of Aldermen passes today. I'm Alex Bregman. Came Alexe news time. 903 Right now. We've got 2 80 degrees downtown at the arch. Full check the forecast around 906 Board of Aldermen has voted to close the medium security jail on Hall Street, known as the Workhouse. Passport Bill 92 as amended. Congratulations, Aldermanic President Lewis Reed on Zoom, applauding the 27 to 0 vote. The bill calls for the funds that have been going to the facility to be used to establish a division of recidivism reduction and neighborhood crime reduction. We need to continue to push for additional criminal justice reform so that we can see a system that no matter who you are. Come in contact with it is gonna be a fair, just and equitable system. The bill calls for the workhouse to be closed by the end of the year. Brian Kelly ST Louis is NewsRadio KMOX masks will be required at all. Jefferson County Government building starting on Monday in the courthouse is enhancing restrictions after three people who work there tested positive for covert 19. To Jefferson County Sheriff's Office employees tested positive, as did a lawyer. Within the past week, the courthouse will go back to phase zero, where only certain cases like orders of protection juvenile proceedings in time since it matters can be heard in person. Meantime, the head of the ST Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Taskforce realizes that he sounded like a broken record the past few weeks. But people, he says, still aren't listening. Your life and the life of your neighbors really depend on this. And so it's more important now than ever that everybody Do those very simple things that we can do to prevent spread in the community, Dr Alex Garza says. The seven day rolling averages for new hospitalizations and long term covert hospitalizations increased while those staying in the I. C U fell slightly in those on ventilator stayed about the same 50 covert patients were discharged across the four participating hospital systems on Thursday, Garza says it's now been two weeks since the mandatory mask orders went into effect in ST Louis City and county. I'll be watching to see what effects they have. You want to watch the Cardinals in person during the upcoming season? You might want to be ready by nine o'clock tomorrow morning. That, of course, is when reserved seat tickets at the Budweiser brewhouse at Ballpark Village. Go on sale you will be offering Limited.

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KMOX News Radio 1120

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"R. Murrow Newscast award. Total information AM on KMOX. KMOX news time is 6 36 4 minutes away from our next check of traffic and weather together last week. We told you about the concerns Missouri teachers have about reopening schools for the fall semester this morning came Alexis Brian Kelly checks in with a teacher's union official from the Metro East. Stacy Lowenstein is a K to instructional coach in the Collinsville district, she tells came a wax. Teachers want to get back to their students, but they also want to be safe. And she's confident the district is taking steps necessary to make it happen Sure that we have enough for the PP and, um you know the face masks and hand sanitizers and things that we can wipe down the room with Ah and I, You know, those are all things that I know are district is working on, Einstein says while everyone is working towards opening safely there also prepared if that isn't the best option, at least now we've had a number to think about. On playing more if other scenarios have to happen versus what we were sort of thrown into a March Brian Kelly ST Louis is news radio KMOX because of the pandemic, the deadline to file your income taxes got pushed back now we're less than 48 hours before the tax deadline Now, the due date is Wednesday, and Peter Neumann, CPA says, Make sure you file your lease. While your return you avoid big penalty, Newman says. If you owe money and failed to file the penalty is 5% interest a month. But if you file and can't pay its only 3% if you haven't filed yet, do it online. Never, ever found manually always follow electronically, Newman says. The IRS is short staffed right now, so there are a lot of already filed manual returns still waiting to be processed. He says. If you can't file right now, make sure you at least file an extension that will buy you three more months to get the return file that Sam Stevie reporting. Well, there aren't many positives to the pandemic, of course, but one is lower auto insurance rates. State farm is the latest company to announce reductions. Spokesman Chris Pill Sick tells Camel X. They've seen a 33% reduction in miles driven over the past several months. And they don't expect much change in the months ahead the rate reductions that have been filed Our for a six month policy renewal, So it's a prediction that these trends will exist and be around former sometimes stay. Farm is reducing rates by 9.6% in Missouri, 13.7% in Illinois. It.

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KMOX News Radio 1120

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"We know the virus will be in the school systems and someone is going to get it. But he says there are a lot more problems out there then the viral we know, for example, neglect and abuse is up. 60% down on hotline calls a lot of that's generated when people kids go back to school. I think you have Children out there with disabilities with mental health issues with people live in poverty, not to be able to get back into schools have those relationships with teachers, Classmates? For a lot of multiple reasons. I think it's more important that kids back in school, Parson says he's confident administrators will do a good job figuring ways to keep students, teachers and staff safe to go on here when we got to get to schools about Brian Kelly ST Louis is news radio km alecks from saying those police. The four year old boy shot by a stray bullet last week in this passed away It happened in the Van Deventer neighborhood on the Fourth of July. The child, one of four shot over the holiday weekend. No arrests have been made yet. The city of singles, installing concrete barriers around the statue of King Louis, the ninth in Forest Park ahead of Sunday's planned event there by those who want it removed an interfaith group of Muslims, Jews and Christians against the statue's scheduled to meet there for prayers at eight o'clock Sunday night. That's after the rosary group of Catholics who want the statue to stay put. We'll meet there at 6 30 you Marley is the organizer of the group that wants the statue removed. Would you like to see the ST Louis statue removed? By the ballot box or by force. I would like to see it removed in orderly process. I think there's two ways pulling down some statues and other cities. Whoever created that statue over 100 years ago was a very wise person. They put like a 25 foot basic bottom, expecting trouble there respecting trouble. They anticipated Morley Police as his goal for the Sunday event is for it to go peacefully, not like the June 27th meeting when a demonstration of those for and against the statue ended with some violence. Seven, Colleen say Lewis's news radio came Alexe Camel X News.

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KMOX News Radio 1120

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The attack. But on video, Connor Martin says, some protesters told him and the other Catholic saying the rosary they should just leave. Martin replied that if they wanted to remain peaceful, they should call 911. None did. Moments later, some bystanders did call Police. They saw it. Starting in violent. They called the police six times. Six times. They called the police. The police never showed up. So we were trying to To get the situation resolved peacefully, But the police never showed up. For some reason or another. Police records show the six calls police tell Came Alexa officers were monitoring the protest. They say the victims didn't want to make a report on the scene, but one did later. No one has been arrested or charged. Brian Kelly, ST Louis is news radio came Alexe. It was the weekend they announced that the 13th child have been killed. And they went out into ST Louis 17 CEO Michael Knight or talking about the difficulty in recruiting people to work in ST Louis, especially those of color compared to Charlotte. Crime is one of the main reasons night or says he may move the company's headquarters to Charlotte. If things don't improve in this region, you look at the totality of it, they they had a little rise crime. He jumped on it right away. So the mask policies to things that are sound public policy, So they really thinking ahead and and it's a very welcoming, you know, the whole time I've been there. One person, actually what high school I went to night or if also praises Charlotte's airport, Metro link and city schools. He says he'll be working hard to improve those things in ST Louis. But if progress doesn't happen, he has to have an alternative. Cameron, Missouri, is rolling out the latest in smart meter.

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KMOX News Radio 1120

02:43 min | 5 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And yes Sir convertir date it is very polite and well liked by everybody welcome to help anybody that needed help absolutely and the I can't say enough about the kids help you says Bob was just a smart and willing to learn he even kept his teacher on his toes rested with made me stop and think and sometimes are gonna get get back with you no he didn't know that Bob was going to be an astronaut but Q. says he didn't know that he was really interested in physics and engineering it just seems to me that there are some people who who are just wired so much better than most of us I think that's a good way to put the users here it does look for horrible wiring or most of the remainder handy had some positive peer pressure in the Pentonville high class of nineteen eighty eight two kids so I know Bob another young man there both later in two weeks what the other one went to MIT yeah Bob gore for gore's new and the lady in our school goes concludes they need to go to work thank you they were ours they were best of friends they were also very competitive defend the cause sick he has her way by bank and won't be the only patent bill pirate in space had an interest in space since I was four I watched this documentary on the Mars Rovers and just fell in love with Mars in two thousand eight and I just want to go out there and be able to see it one day the sixteen year old who just finished her sophomore year is drawing inspiration from back in in one of my science classes at one of the teachers are not the really good space it has right and with saying that you know he was talking about graduate and just that you know someone from our school going up into space and a three thirty three tomorrow afternoon like many of us you'll be glued to our television probably a little bit more knowledge than sixteen year old right eight zero one and just a meeting being the watches rocket you know grow from the ground to space and thinking that maybe you'll be on there some day yeah well and of course you will be watching you gonna be a little nervous particularly sensitive to the whole flight misinterpreted per unit he'll also be thinking about the role that he's played in getting Bob Duncan all into that rocket I'm kind of proud that I had something to do going in that direction they're always always always been very complimentary toward myself so yeah as mentioned printer out Brian Kelly St louis'.

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"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Battle hawks fans are you ready for some football this is Brian Kelly the singles battle hawks have announced their game day activities for Saturday's game against the Seattle dragons the games at four at two they'll be a party's own open at the dome for anyone of the game ticket use entrance C. or D. all the gates open at two thirty your ticket now is on your phone but don't screen shot of the XFL is rotating bar codes so a screenshot won't get you win after seeing long lines for beer and merchandise last week the team is adding twenty beer vendors and an outside merchandise tent for this week's game Brian Kelly St louis' news radio KMOX by the way if you want to go to Saturday's game there are still tickets available there in that ninety dollar sections that means if you're looking for the so called cheap seats you'll have to look for a reseller coming up after traffic and weather together got twenty five million Bucks and want to put it in some interesting real estate in north and the south coveted that shot power for making their bullets for the war and so the castle was fired on quite a bit during the war police rich tells us more about the property sometimes known as the Selma estate KMOX news time is eight oh eight St Louis is traffic station KMOX where did everybody go everybody's at McDonald's because the old bay filet O. fish with it tanky tasty tartar sauce is back but it's just too for five dollars and you can mix or match with the original filet O. fish but didn't they know they can get it with my delivery through ubereats or doordash skews me there.

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"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The winter remix that is on its way cable exes Brian Kelly tells us home modot is planning to fight it district maintenance engineer about Becker says they're expecting about a half inch of snow then some sleet and then the big concern freezing rain tomorrow evening Becker says all two hundred moda trucks in the district will be hitting the streets at midnight we've done some treatment at a time when they were done some writing so we've got a slight treatment out there to make sure I have this as it stands in before Russia because of things to come in during rush hour in cause some serious issues Becker says with temperatures expected to hover around the freezing mark the chemical should work well however he says when it comes to freezing rain it's always scary in Chesterfield Brian Kelly St Louis's newsradio came lacks a body was pulled from the Mississippi River near Kimmswick Thursday afternoon the Jefferson County leader reports that the Missouri highway patrol received a call at around two Thursday afternoon that someone saw a body floating near the Illinois shore local fire departments pulled the body out near hobbies arena the body was identified as a white male and was sent to the medical examiner for further identification and to determine cause of death and as for Friday's winter weather expect the snow to start between nine eleven Friday morning then it will turn to sleep possibly mixing with freezing rain between two and four PM then freezing rain after for a high near thirty two degrees new ice accumulation will be less than a tenth of an inch and snow accumulation less than one inch I'm a lease rich St Louis's newsradio camel axe.

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"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"A strategic plan one that would follow up on the five year plan that expires in June and while the process is now done Humm to bring he says it did provide some positive or the exercise has brought more awareness and attention to the value of the year that's a good thing and I I hope going forward that it means that we can have a more strategic unified voice so what really do we have you want from our airport at Lambert airport Brian Kelly St Louis's newsradio KMOX in mid America airport is among those across a little installing so called cannabis amnesty boxes you can dispose of a recreational pot before boarding a flight no questions asked the Saint Clair county sheriff's office is overseeing that effort in America Britain's prince Harry and his American wife making releasing a statement today which they say they plan to step back from being senior members of the royal family become financially independent and intend to divide their time between Britain and North America Duncan look home is a royal watcher the author of a book about prince Harry he's somebody that you have to expect the unexpected but even saying that as a sample I don't think anyone so it's genuinely coming prince Harry I quit I mean that's that's the only thing is somebody who is clearly not a royal watcher I would have to say that this even surprised me yeah you have never heard of anything like this happening I saw them moving away not wanting to live there full time but not you know desiring to become financially independent that's Canada or somewhere in North America right he will say got an update on traffic and weather together at five thirty came elects news time five twenty say you're shopping online with your smartphone it sure feels like your personal info is right there in your hand but when you hit submit.

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"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Reports US attorney Jeff Jensen says the goal is to start seeing the number of gun crimes drop in Saint Louis so he is disappointed that murders and shootings remained high last year we are prosecuting record numbers of firearms cases we prosecuted hundreds more than any other district in the country but I think people still don't understand that we're coming after them aggressively from the federal system Jensen says the effort will continue in this new year hoping that the federal systems longer sentences no parole and lower recidivism rates will eventually lower violent crime in Saint Louis Kevin killing so Lewis news radio okay more stable excuse time for five for the first time since the mayor pulled the plug on privatization alambre singles International Airport commission has met well they're poor director on the Honda break he says she and her staff always remain solely focused on running the airport she admits that having the privatization process over with will make it easier to get down to business you know there were some competing factions just in terms of you know people thinking about it and why are you doing this if this is going to happen so I think it does help us get down to the business a little easier I'm number he says that business includes working with local entities to attract international flights and coming up with a long term strategic plan to replace the one that expires in June at Lambert airport Brian Kelly St Louis's newsradio KMOX the fact that the private security guard hired to patrol metrolink will not be armed has by state board member Derek **** concerned good person with a gun will it will take care of a bad person with a gun under the contract with G. four S. six hundred twenty guards will not be carrying weapons by Stacy tall the road says the goal is to hire more police officers who will be armed work secondary and make the guards more visible so what if an armed person gets on a train with an eye on armed guard first they need to be properly trained in de.

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"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"brian kelly st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"America is a ten point plan and first on that list is promoting K. twelve educational choice not that product twenty one it's against the NEA or teachers or anything like that but there are constituencies a black community who would like to see more access to better educational options for their kids and so what we're saying is let's explore that project twenty one culture Stacey Washington says other priorities include improving the relationship between police and black communities repealing federal state and local sin and gas taxes and Rick wiring minority impact assessments before enacting new regulations or ordinances in Ferguson Brian Kelly St Louis's newsradio KMOX another inmate found dead at the jail known as a city work house this morning the Saint Louis post reports a thirty five year old held since July on a probation revocation order was found unresponsive between seven AM and eight AM the man's name not released public safety director Jimmy Edwards says there was no indication of violence in the cause of death has not been determined Edwards as a drug sweep of the jail has been ordered as a precaution the fifty three jail has been the focus of a campaign to close it by those who sided substandard conditions there officials say the facility is not inhumane and the allegations are out of date cable excuse time for six one single public school buses start rolling next Tuesday hundreds of adults will be waiting alongside students at bus stops in troubled neighborhoods James Clark of that our family live says about three hundred people have signed up for the neighborhood net initiative three more enrollment sessions are planned he tells cable acts it's important for former SL PS students to join in the effort to these neighborhoods nurtured us these neighborhoods loved us we have to love these neighborhoods now we have to be willing to give you some of our time to come.

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