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TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Question about it north Korea's you an ambassador's alleged a hostile US policy trucks he returned ABC news sending an investigation Black Hawk helicopters operated by the Minnesota National Guard grounded after one of the choppers crash this week killing all three crew members on board in Pearl Harbor Hawaii ceremonies to commemorate the Japanese bombing harbor seventy eight years ago today he's ABC news Saint Louis alderman of past the new build a clearing city parks as child care facilities to prevent guns from being carried in the parks A. B. C.'s can't Martin has more from Saint Louis the laws designed to exemplos city parks for Missouri's law that allows people to carry concealed weapons without permits or training members of the city's board of aldermen acknowledge the law will likely be challenged successfully in court by gun rights advocates they call it a creative way to push the limits of gun laws critics worry could pose problems for police trying to enforce the open carry law there have been at least thirteen children killed in the city of Saint Louis this year by gun violence alone may lead to cruise ins office says the mayor intends to sign the bill can't Martin ABC news Saint Louis Ilan mosque as been cleared of defamation in a case involving a British cave explorer must give the man got in a dispute about a K. rescue in Thailand last year the explorer at belittled the contribution by must to the rescue and was responded in a tweet calling the man had guy a Los Angeles jury rejecting the explorers claimed he'd been defamed Dave Packard ABC news there's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"A separate girl this one in saint louis county plus accused killer has arrived in saint charles county jail saint louis alderman calls on governor parsons intervention in stopping the crime being the we have been trying this for has not worked on a massive scale it has not worked to the point where the public feel safe with tours feel safe i'm marie akina with the story this is accurate meteorologist or typical summertime he humidity building here in saint louis and it looks fairly thunderstorm free through the weekend mike shelled address his critics before yesterday's game the cardinals responded with zero runs long season with the numbers don't lie we'll look at the offense at six fifteen this is single assist newsradio As a cage three Saint Louis, the voice of the cardinals radio dot com station. by zoom videoconferencing am alison keys in miami there were breakout moments for several candidates in part one of the n._b._c. democratic presidential debates including former housing secretary hooligan castro and former texas rep betta work who sparred over immigration i'm talking about a comprehensive rewrite of immigration senator elizabeth warren had the highest poll numbers boeing in and she was on fire on everything from healthcare to the economy telling voters that if that is only great for those with money and not for everyone else that is corruption cheers new jersey senator corey booker got the same talking about guns it is time that we have bold actions and a bold agenda i will get that done as president united states because this is not about policy this is personal hawaii tulsi gabbard energized the crowd by warning.

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KMOX News Radio 1120

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Kingdom awakes at Kingham o x dot com. News time five fifty. Let's get you a check of traffic and weather together. Roger Brandon joining us from the steeple traffic center. Debbie Tom everybody. This traffic service, Jerry Kelly heating and air conditioning. Pretty quiet start to our morning. I think you probably know because you probably dealt with yesterday afternoon. But one forty one we have restrictions now over in the city are one forty one also known as Maryland heights expressway north of three sixty four the northbound lanes are shut down creek core. I know you've heard stories about rivers receding, but the water's actually come up to the point where they had to close. Northbound one forty one again creek or for north of keyboard. Now south on one forty one just like yesterday afternoon, only the left lane is open. But at least some traffic can't get through plano, open south by one forty-one at that same point there require north of three sixty four. So right now traffic, obviously, southbound northbound doesn't exist because it can't get through says, keep that in mind, those ramp, sir still closed from Southie seventy getting on highway seventy about two and a half month project that's going on there. Southbound. Sixty seven still good from the corporate down to Louis bridge if you're headed out of Oaten at this time and speaking of bridges downtown, we're still clear across the poplar Musial veterans and McKinley bridges as well. Next update at five fifty eight from the steeple traffic center. Mostly cloudy and humid today, with a couple of rounds of showers and thunderstorms into the evening hours. Now, any thunderstorm can be severe, especially this afternoon and evening hail, and damaging winds possible. A high today of eighty one lingering clouds overnight, a low of sixty six tomorrow, clouds breaking for some sunshine, and not as humid with a high of eighty four right now. Partly cloudy, seventy one downtown at the arch. News time, five fifty to Saint Louis alderman, John Collins Muhammad has been arrested. Police say he was pulled over for speeding but a computer search turned up for active bench warrants from Saint Louis city and five traffic warrants. From other cities he was ticketed for speeding not wearing a seatbelt and driving on suspended license. He was arrested for the outstanding warrant young girls injured after being struck by a car in south Saint Louis play say it happened in the Benton, park, west neighborhood near California avenue in Utah street after three fifteen pm yesterday, all of the involved parties remained at the scene. EMS tree, the child, the extent of her injuries and the circumstances of the crash have not yet been released. Take a close. Look at that hotel minibar before you use. It says a national travel expert in light of the recent mysterious deaths of American tourists.

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"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Saint Louis alderman, Bradley, Brian Brandon Bosley knows deploying the national guard in the city would have fallout. But as he tells Maria kina efforts to curb violence or not working Bosley points out St Louis is racially divided. Bring everybody together we want to have these conversations on race. But they have not been happening. It has not happened shit. We have not brought everybody together. So things still exists where there's a racial divide needs to do that. Who is the voice we all have a voice within the city is easier said than done, we all can't collectively come out at one time and get to yelling and screaming, but we need to identify the city. What do we want to work on? We got a lot of issues, but we home in on one one thing Bosley says the city is reactive not proactive as something happens would react to it. Get rid of that one problem of another one arise for has to be measures put in place so two or three years down the line from now, we said, hey, we used to have this city. That's not. There anymore. Keen on NewsRadio eleven twenty camel, Alex cable, news time is six. Oh four. This is Kevin calling with reaction from the police union. Jeff Reuter with the Saint Louis police officers association says his advice to the governor would be don't do it. Don't listen to nonsense go to Parsons, former police officer, he knows that this is a law enforcement job. And that you need to you need to put a full team on the on the field if you wanna do but crime problems. Reuters says Bosley and the other Alterman needs to get police another pay raise to staff department that is one hundred twenty eight officers short having Kaleen NewsRadio eleven twenty km x the man in charge of the police department public safety director Jimmy Edwards says he strongly opposes the idea of calling in the national guard strongly disagree with. Idea that the national guard deployed in north Saint Louis city against show. Former Circuit Judge Atwood's offered no hope for closing the city's pay gap city officers start at about four thousand dollars less than county officers, but he says to boost recruitment. They do plan to start seeking people up to forty five years old instead of seeking only younger candidates. A family is shaken after a gunman opens fire on their vehicle in north Saint Louis it happened Sunday afternoon in north granted liuqiu to your fairground park. A vehicle pulled up to another stopped at a stop sign and opened fire. A male passenger was shot in the hip. The female driver suffered minor facial cuts. Four children, including two girls aged seven and ten were unhurt no arrests have been made a husband and wife killed in Troy. Illinois house fire have been identified. The Madison County coroner's office says smoke inhalation likely killed Thomas and Deborah major on Monday morning testing for carbon monoxide alcohol and drugs. Still needs to be performed the state fire marshal and Troy police. Are investigating. What started that fire? Crews cores elected officials are opposed to better Together's plan for city county merger. But that doesn't mean the two sides can't talk about us and he council members invited both better together. And professor emeritus Terry Jones to answer their questions mayor berry glance says he recognizes Saint Louis as a region has issues if if nothing else, I think the better together proposal is is a wakeup call to all of us that we need to address some of the issues that are keeping Saint Louis from realizing his full potential, but he doesn't think reducing grief core to basically, a parks trash district will fix it better together as Mollie Dwyer spending about.

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"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Check of the Accu weather forecast in about two minutes to people were injured when a tractor trailer flipped off the ramp from northbound fifty five out of poplar street bridge this morning. The truck was the only involved in both people involve refused medical attention. A floor said man is dead after a one vehicle accident in Saint Peter's late last night. Investigators say the car driven by twenty old Darryl cook ran off premier Parkway near Spencer and hit a culvert. The ancient order of Hibernians say they will not rescind their offer to former Saint Louis county prosecutor Bob McCulloch to lead their Saint Patrick's Day parade despite concerns his presence could quote, induce a conflict between people that quote comes from a letter Saint Louis alderman, Scott Ogilvie tweeted out asking color to decline the invitation parade. Spokesman Jim O hand tells Campbell ex McCullough told him he will be there on March seventeenth and the Hibernians have no plans to ask him not to come to. What is? Celebration of the Irish culture and part of that history, heritage and culture of the Irish he's been a longtime supported the Hibernians. He's always come to any event. We s anything he's ever we've ever asking me is done. You know, he's found to do stuff worth Mohan says they do have a good security plan in place. He says people will be allowed to protest if they want to as long as they don't get out of hand, Brian Kelly, NewsRadio eleven twenty K Malek's, Illinois, attorney general Kwami, Raoul is out with his offices list of top ten. Consumer complaints construction came in at number one for the first time in nineteen years followed by problems with collection agencies and banks as well as identity theft fishing and bogus lotteries residents can file complaints online at Illinois.

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"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Coming up at two oh four I'm Carol. Daniel Camelot's news time, two o'clock to Saint Louis alderman, fighting back against the city county merger at city hall. Cam lexus. Kevin Colleen reports they want to recall the mayor of Saint Louis junior. Saint Louis alderman, John Collins Muhammad, and Brandon Bosley say mayor light accrues has betrayed local voters. They say this is a racist plan. It would dilute African American political power if the city and county where it emerged and local voters would have less say if any at all over how taxes are spent would ask how are they going to recall her? How many signatures gathered Bosley said when you're coming at a lamb with a with a knife. You don't show the blade at city hall. Kevin Kaleen NewsRadio eleven twenty km awakes. The cardinals will say more about an important contract agreement later this afternoon herald the cardinals. Pitcher miles. Michael is have come to an agreement on a contract extension. This has been confirmed by camel axel, though. The cardinals have not given any word. They have said a press conference for four thirty central time at their spring training complex in Jupiter. The team is currently playing a game against the nationals in West Palm Beach. And then at four thirty Michael is expected to be there to have his contract extension announced. It is a reported four year sixty eight million dollar deal. Michael is last year went eighteen and four with a two point eight three era for the cardinals in a big time comeback season following three years in Japan. I'm Tom Ackerman. Newsradio eleven twenty km away. Cam likes news time, two oh. To the stage is set for round two as President Trump heads to Hanoi to meet with North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon political politico. White House reporter Anita Kumar says there are high hopes and lots of unspecified references to denuclearization for this second date. She says proving was promised and disgust will be key to how either side. Is able to spend it expect that the White House is going to say, hey, we have a win. It's the question of how they will be able to check and inspect what's going on in North Korea. Over the coming months and years an Amtrak train stranded in Oregon since Sunday has arrived in Eugene the trouble began when the train struck down tree. Amtrak says it kept one hundred and eighty three passengers on board because of heavy snow and a power outage passenger, Marsha Trujillo. From California says they were kept safe and warm was not that bad. People were great. The train crew was amazing. They were so professional and so kind the Jefferson Bank and trust business desk. The fed signals a pause in interest rate hikes more on that from business reporter Jason Brooks said chairman Jerome Powell told the Senate banking committee that due to conflicting signals the central Bank is seen in the economy. A patient approach is required for future interest rate decisions during the testimony Powell said that a lot of those signals are coming from the financial markets. Which became more volatile at the end of two thousand eighteen and are now less supportive of growth than they were earlier last year. He also pointed out slowing growth in major foreign economies like, China and Europe. The Dow from steeple is up.

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KMOX News Radio 1120

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Agenda next month. Michael Calhoun, NewsRadio eleven twenty K mowing. Saint Louis alderman wanted to know what's going on at slate. The federally funded jobs agency in city government that is accused of fraud and mismanagement ultimate Jovi Carro is chairman of the committee that will investigate slate. Saint Louis agency on training and employment. Ghost implies people that don't work furniture that was bought misuse of of the money that they should be using slate narrow says they plan to call the head of sleigh to testify slates already the target of a state audit and has been under review by the US attorney. Dr Terry Jones, retired professor of political science at Seoul opposes the better together plan and says the issue should not be put up for a statewide vote. So we could end up with the very awkward and inappropriate. And indeed undemocratic feature of having a statewide vote where the state people outside the city and the county wanted us to have the new kind of government, but we in the city and the county did not want. Guests on the Charlie Brennan, Shawn. Cable ex Jones says the better together plan would also end the power of municipal government. For instance. He says towns such as Kirkwood could no longer make zoning decisions without the approval of the larger metro government, Missouri. Senate committee has been told the better together. Ballot issue would raid funds. From Saint Louis county cities argument was presented by the saints city administrator. Mike Conley told the committee the proposal affectively would seize taxes that city voters approved for city parks that revenue gets confiscated by this metro entity. There is no guarantee that the city of Saint in will ever see a penny of that revenue or the municipal district of Saint in will ever see a penny of that route revenue. In fact, what it does is it takes that dedicated local option sales tax and says it can be spent on anything in response representatives for the Saint Louis area chamber argued that the proposal was to address a failing. Saint Louis setting from the state capital. Phil Brooks news white eagle eleven twenty K more Shamo ex news time eight oh, six Saint Peter's touting get of almost one hundred manufacturing jobs, a company called central states manufacturing that has locations across the midwest and south is opening its ninth outpost in Saint Charles county. Saint Peter spokeswoman Lisa Bidian says their cities on a roll three seventy business park has grown with companies like FedEx and Amazon coming. And so we've we've been attracting businesses central states plans to hire eighty eight people and have their facility open later this year. Governor Pritzker has signed into law a new minimum wage in Illinois today. We boldly declare that Illinois is a state that welcomes working families setting a high standard for workers rights economic opportunity and economic Justice. But Republicans and business groups blasted the proposal since its inception saying. For example, the wages to high for certain areas of the state there's not enough time to prepare for the increased costs. And this could force them to close the state's Republican party. Chairman. Tim Schneider says this is the start of the governor's war on taxpayers and small businesses. The governor responded by saying Democrats incorporated, a number of their ideas, like the six year ramp to fifteen dollars in a tax credit for businesses with fewer than fifty employees the wage right now is a twenty five an hour. It goes up tonight twenty-five in January than ten in July. It will then go up by one dollar every January first until it hits fifteen an hour in twenty twenty-five, Alex bregman, NewsRadio eleven twenty km. Alexa, man, accused of killing Jamie Schmidt inside the west county Catholic supply store back in November is due back in court today. Thomas Bruce was indicted on seventeen counts, including sexual assault and kidnapping earlier this month. Cammo ex news time is eight. Oh, eight coming up at eight ten we will check traffic and weather together for you and good fortune running into some bad luck. Let's say you just. Bought a house bad.

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KMOX News Radio 1120

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"To trickle in from Saint Louis alderman about the better together plan. Good evening. I'm Alex digman. Cable ex news time seven three it's thirty eight degrees downtown at the arch the full forecast at seven oh seven Saint Louis alderman weighing in on the better together plan for a city county merger that was released earlier this week the proposal by better together. Hits me, very strangely. This is Kevin Kelly. Northside alderman, Terry Kennedy says he is deeply concerned about the impact. It would have on black representation. The city of Saint Louis has a significant size black population, the largest in the state, the largest concentration in the state, and it is moving to a place now where the city government is getting to a place. That's finally better representing its own population. Under the plan for better together that would become diluted other aldermen voicing concerns. That better together. Funder wreck sync field has a hidden agenda and that Saint Louis county executive Steve stagger should not become the regional mayor for six years without a vote of city residents. Kevin Kelly NewsRadio eleven twenty km away. A judge has ruled that a Missouri agency violated open records laws when it refused to release the results of lab tests related to the two thousand seventeen protests in downtown Saint Louis, Circuit Judge Patricia Joyce found the Missouri department of health and senior services must release lamb. Tests of liquid that police say was thrown at them. The protests were sparked by the acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley in the fatal shooting of Anthony, lavar Smith, the judge ordered the state to pay the ACLU of Missouri ten thousand seven hundred fifty four dollars in fines and legal fees. The ACLU sued after the state claimed the reports were sealed because of an ongoing criminal investigation. A neighborhood alderman is raising questions about the safety of a homeless shelter. In south city alderman. Jack coder says the building at 2035 Shenandoah has no occupancy permit no safety inspections and has been targeted for condemnation. But I think the mayor and the human services director need to need to rectify this. Because I don't understand how we can shut down a shelter at Larry Rice for not having an occupancy permit and for not having life safety inspections, but we can allow it. Elsewhere in the city mayor says the city doesn't own or run the shelter. But her office will meet with the pastor in charge to review the safety of the building Missouri department of transportation officials have a better handle on what went wrong during construction of the westbound.

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"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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06:34 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And you're just heading back in just take it easy out there on a dark and gloomy today. But at least it'll be forty four degrees. So we have that going for us. In writing us here in Studio B is Charlie Brennan, Charlie Brennan show, we take or yet. We say forty four degrees in our favor. Yeah. Well, it's better than what was it this time yesterday. It was like seventeen degrees. It's all relative Thirdly as and Brad young partner with the law firm, Harris Dowell, Fisher and young good morning. Good morning. All right. We are. We've got some interesting local issues to jump into here. Let's start with Saint Louis Lambert international airport. Saint Louis alderman, Karen Spencer introduced legislation that would have required. A public vote for privatizing. The airport, however, alderman sitting on the transportation and commerce committee turned it down on a vote of three two two Charlie should the public have a right to vote on the future of Lambert Airport. A sure thing so it's the city's biggest asset from what I understand generates about six or seven million dollars a year in revenue to the city, and it's vitally important to the region. There's a plan to privatize it why the city doesn't want it to go in front of the voters escapes me. And it's almost similar to what mayor crews instead of Don March last week when he said, hey, is it possible that there will be a statewide vote approving? Merger between the city and the county and the city and the county are going to vote against it. And it didn't seem to matter to her said. Yeah, that that could happen. She seems to have little regard for public votes, and the will the people in the city of Saint Louis, and what happened here, which I thought was extraordinarily interesting and the honesty was so refreshing giancarlos, Mohammad a member of the board of aldermen told CARA Spencer, the measures backer that he was not voting for it. Because she did not support him on a measure limiting the size of the board of aldermen or expanding at one or the other. So he was horse trading said unit vote for my project. I'm not voting for years. And so he sunk it, and I I believe those things happen, but rarely are public officials so honest and candid about how they operate. It doesn't bother me at all that there's there's a there's a push to not have a public vote on this. That's why we have a Representative democracy. There are lots of issues that require specialized information, lots of research that the general public is simply not going to have. And so that's why we elect officials to make these kinds of decisions for us. It's a Representative democracy. So it doesn't bother me at all that the may not be a vote on this. Frankly, I don't know all the issues the ins and outs of the issues of privatizing and airport, and I would suggest that most of the of the folks in the city of Saint Louis don't know all of those issues either. And so that's why we have elected officials to to get into the weeds for us on issues like this. You're actually assuming that those elected officials will no more than the people on the street. And Brad, my good friend. You say you may be ignorant about it that doesn't mean that people who live and work in Saint Louis or those who live in Saint Louis are ignorance on the matters affecting the privatization of the airport. In fact, I'm. I'm impressed by a lot of the callers, and re tweets from people who seem to be really fully aware of what's going on when it comes to privatization. I'm afraid when we say, oh, let's leave it to the experts because the holy Pulawy, the the people on the streets don't have information. But then the problem then arises, Charlie where do you draw the line? I mean at some point now are we going to have a public vote on whether we have trash pickup twice a week or three times a week. I mean at some point it be it would stop and cease being a Representative democracy if everything has to go to the individual citizens. Well, if everything did go that would be pretty awkward in trash pickup. I think that there's pretty much consensus that that trash should be picked up, but this is a high this of three billion dollar project, and it greatly affects the future the Saint Louis, and I'm just not sure why officials are afraid of putting it in front of voters, except for the fact that they probably know that there's one person jelly wants. To privatize it now, it'd be wreck Sinfield, and he'd probably be outvoted greatly in the city Saint Louis. I'm actually just surprised that they voted it down simply because there was so much outcry on the board of alderman before it seemed there were so many saying we need to have oh we need to we need to be in on this. And then then they changed their minds money talks. We'll see what happens. This is another very interesting thing that Kevin Kaleen brought to our attention yesterday. And you may have heard the stories this morning, but apparently estate grand jury is looking at evidence suggesting perjury was committed by circuit attorney Kim gardeners team during the run up to the Eric brightens case. And with a court appointed special prosecutor in charge. The grand jury has been hearing evidence in downtown courtroom for several weeks Gardner has denied any wrongdoing. Brad at the circuit attorneys team did commit perjury. What happens then what what what should be done? Well, it'd be much like what you saw with the air grinds case itself and that. Has either resign or we're going to pursue charges? And remember there's video evidence of this situation. The entire case surrounds weather, Mr. Tisby, the FBI investigator took notes or not he did take notes there was video of him taking notes and having notes and yet he denied that he ever took notes and Kim Gardner was sitting right next to him in the video. So the question becomes what she suborning perjury. And when you've got video evidence, that's that's what makes the case today is video evidence that they do have that. And this is on top of the sixty three thousand dollars ethics fine. From earlier this month that was levied against Kim gardeners campaign. So she has lots of issues, and what should be done. This is obviously moving towards having her to resign from office. We'll see if that happens. Yeah. The it wouldn't make any difference. Of course, except that the attorneys for greitens had said, we want all of your notes and the prosecutor said, we don't take notes you can. And then the video showed he was taking notes as you. You say Brad, she was watching him take the notes, and they'd both denied any notes had been taken. So there should be. I don't think there's going to be jail time. But something should happen came away. Kyw news time eight thirty nine we need to take a look at traffic and weather together. We'll be back for round two of overtime up to.

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04:20 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Alongside Debby Monterey. We'll check traffic and weather together at six ten go. Big or go home appears to be what city county merger advocates are going for at least, according to Saint Louis alderman, Scott Ogilvie, if you're gonna go to all the trouble to to reorganize the government. Then you ought to you ought to. Have a big plan. That really has the power creates a structure that allows you to get at the changes you really want to get at so far. There's been no official merger plan released from better together. Just a steady drip of leaks in various media outlets post-dispatch reporting that twenty five million dollar campaign would convince statewide voters to merge, the city and county into what would be called a metro city that vote would be in November twenty twenty instead of a year end crunch to write and understand the Saint Louis county budget new councilman Tim Fitch plans a yearlong focus on the numbers. We're very concerned with the general fund, which is the largest fund that county government as well. As you noticed. The last two years county, countless cut that budget significantly from what was given to them by the county executive pitch says the problem is that the council has slashed budgets across the board without making specific decisions about programs or priorities. Fit says the council also needs to think about crime with murders going from the twenty s. When he left his chief in two thousand fourteen to last count sixty for last year money is tight as misery lawmakers head into their twenty nine thousand nine session Wednesday KOMO X capital bureau chief Phil Brooks says the state has a lot of needs and revenue has only grown two percent at the same time. The state's looking at a very limited budget situation. We've got legislators were proposing substantial cuts in the state's income taxes, which already had created this budget problem for the state and funding education Brooks predicts Missouri governor, Mike parson will get along. Well, with lawmakers who did not have a good working relationship with previous governor, Eric writings, I think the first month people are going to be trying to find the bathroom. That's the assessment of this upcoming legislative term from lobbyists. David Jackson, who's been working the halls of the capitol for a decade, but because of term limits a third of house members, for instance, are brand new they might need a map. Up. Some of these people are coming from backgrounds of farmers. Teachers, retired veterans a small business owners physicians. You have a wide variety of people and educational background. Jackson says it can get confusing for them with twenty five hundred different bills filed a year in Jefferson City. I'm Michael Calhoun, Illinois, Democrats take full reins of their state this week after four years of divided control. Not even a budget for two straight years with Republican governor Bruce rounder democratic governor elect Jay Pritzker takes over Democrats control the house, seventy four forty four in the past two hundred and forty years only one house session saw a larger percentage of majority control the Democrats majority in the Senate is the highest since the height of the great depression Pritzker has promised to capital construction campaign to bolster roads and bridges to legalize marijuana to boost state revenue and also to increase the minimum wage. Michael Calhoun, NewsRadio love in twenty kmox. Then mardi gras flag is flying. Over sue lard this morning, and is Brian Kelly reports live from the newsroom that means the mardi gras board voted last night to hold the event this year. Yeah. That's right Evy, even though the treasure always votes. No, the yeas overcame the nee in the party officially got underway. The Twelfth Night vote kicks off almost two months of festivities culminating in the grand parade which is late this year. It'll be on March second we're gonna have around eighty or eighty five entrance in the parade. So it'll be a good parade this year. This is our fortieth believe it or not our fortieth mardi gras in Saint Louis are forty this year. So we're gonna have a great parade. Celebrate that spokesman Mike Bradley tells total information AM Sunday that the events over the next several weeks include the snowman softball tournament. Occasion. Cook off they'll be the pet parade, of course, and taste of Seward for the complete rundown. Go to ST L, mardi gras dot org. Reporting live Ryan Kelly, NewsRadio eleven twenty Camelback. We will check traffic and weather together. At six ten kmox. News time is six..

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03:32 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"On a city county merger. I'm Tom Ackerman alongside w we'll check traffic and weather together at five ten it seems like each day since the new year we've had a leak up show up in one news outlet or another with a details about the city county verger, whatever the specifics wind up being Saint Louis alderman, Scott Ogilvie things people have to be open to shaking up our current regional setup. Even a system for a long time. You can forget you lose perspective on it. And you can forget how abnormally it is compared to most governments in most cities. So I think people forget how far outside the normally are the latest. The post-dispatch reports better Together's goal is a new structure called a metro city. Municipalities would become municipal districts without taxing or police powers the combined one point three million person. Population would reportedly put the new Saint Louis at tenth largest in the country between Dallas and San Jose, Missouri. Very legislature starts it's twenty nineteen session Wednesday cable X capital bureau chief Phil Brooks says lawmakers will fight over money because there's not a lot of extra to go around state's got a consensus. Weltman estimate of just a two percent increase in revenue. That's going to create a political firestorm. About who gets those few dollars education, IRA education, welfare, Medicaid Brooks says at the same time money is tight. Many lawmakers are proposing more cuts to the state's income taxes among the governor's priorities. Mike parson wants lawmakers to pass a statewide prescription drug monitoring program to fight the opioid crisis Santa come up with some way to fund road and bridge repairs. Meanwhile, from a longtime observer at the capital this year is gonna be dramatically different mostly because of the change in tone at the top from Eric brightens to Mike Parsons and the governor's mansion that from David Jackson. Political lobbyists for gamble and Schlemmer. He joined K, Mark so's Jane, duper, who's also a registered lobbyists. They lamented. New restrictions on what lobbyists can give to lawmakers and said, it could mean kids going without capital pizza parties will that expenditure for pizza is in a state expenditure. That's something that a lot of times that the lobbyists would help cover the cost of that to help them. Bring those kids up because it's a good experience. Well, that's all going to be gone. Right. Jackson who may have clients in some of these areas says transportation infrastructure, workforce education are all issues to watch this session, Missouri. Legislators aren't the only ones getting back to work this week Wednesday is also when the Illinois general assembly convenes again after four years of gridlock with Democrats able to come to agreement with Republican governor Bruce rounder democratic governor elect Jay Pritzker takes over the Democrats. Also have historic numbers in both the house and Senate. What will they do with it Pritzker promised construction? On roads and bridges legalized marijuana and a higher minimum wage. Michael Calhoun, NewsRadio eleven twenty cable ex. Coming up in the news at five twenty two. This is KOMO ex health editor Fred bomber vendor. The flu season at our hospital. And I think that other hospitals in the area. Probably do the same sorts of activities local hospitals declare the flu season. It's officially arrived. Camelot's news time is five. Oh nine. The only way you can take with you with the radio dot com app today. And listen to us anytime the.

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"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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03:38 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Ten seventeen year old savannah Lee, dolls ski left home on meadow would court last Thursday don't scale so goes by the name, savannah hunter, Saint Charles county. Police say she may be traveling in a blue four door twenty ten Mazda three with misery plates UP to be zero. Are they think she may be heading to Tennessee with a man and her white dog volunteer fire departments from throughout Saint Clair county and beyond came to the aid of the Allerton fire department last night, a large fire erupted in an industrial area on bond avenue shortly after seven Saint Clair county emergency services director, herbs Simmons says the weather was also a challenge. Little rainy out there the wins that didn't help it at all. And yes, when they thought they were getting knocked down and win pick it back up and and spread it a little bit. Simmons says there's. Salvage yard on the property. So some propane tanks and old cars caught fire. The Illinois state fire Marshall's office will be seeking a cause Saint Louis. Police are investigating another killing this time in south city. Police say it happened around ten with two different crime scenes one victim shot in the twenty six hundred block of Rutger. And the second victim who died was found a short time later in the two thousand six hundred block of hickory homicide has been called in few. Details are being released about a homicide investigation in north Saint Louis county. Police say they found a man dead inside a car on chambers near halls ferry road yesterday afternoon. The initial call was for a traffic accident and a double shooting on west floors in north county by the rallies. Investigators have not set at the two incidents are related and a domestic homicide case in Saint Charles. We get the details from came Alexis Brad chote police arrested thirty six year old Brennan Davis after discovering the body of forty year old Orville Davis inside the couple's lynbrook drive home early Wednesday. Davis is accused of. Stabbing. Her husband in the chest. She faces charges of second degree murder and armed criminal action. Police say they were five children home at the time of the incident on north Saint Louis alderman spent part of his Christmas convincing people to lock up their guns. But it might not have taken a whole lot of convincing. More three alderman branded Bosley in a friend wearing a Santa suit were outside in the fairgrounds neighborhood Christmas day giving up between eighty and one hundred free gun locks man, they went pretty quickly. Point now, where people are still unlike something needs to be done about gun violence, and I think putting solutions pride buffets via the small solution are large against people a little bit of hoping something to grasp on to Bosley understands. This is far from a cure all, but he says people can take small steps like locking their guns to make it harder for people to steal them. And for example, for children to shoot themselves. Alex bagman. Newsradio eleven twenty km. An eighteen year old Saint Louis woman is dead following an RTD crash in Washington county the highway patrol says nineteen year old Molly McDermott suffered fatal injuries early Wednesday on private property northwest of Fletcher, the nineteen year old Alabama man driving that vehicle was not injured when it flipped on its side. KOMO news time six oh, six the former owner of DOJ Joe pizza in south Saint Louis is found guilty on eight of nine child. Porn counts. He faced in federal court Lauren cop. A one time pastor was convicted on charges ranging from production of child pornography to use of interstate facilities. To entice a minor assistant US attorney Tom says cop was convicted of crimes against girls who were as young as twelve at the age of at the time of the offense. I would also point out that the court pointed to the testimony of the victims extensively in rendering her verdict. Obviously, the bravery and credibility of these victims was essential to this conviction. Sentencing guidelines, call for cop to spend a minimum of fifteen.

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"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The former owner of dough Joe pizza faces prison time after being found guilty today on eight counts of sex crimes involving underage girls. Are bred bloom has the story Lauren cop represented himself during his trial earlier this year, he was found guilty on eight of nine counts that he faced concerning the production attempted production and possession of. Child pornography. Prosecutors said several underage girls lived at DOJ. Oh, pizza and the beagle. Mill neighborhood after a third girl complained about concentration of her in two thousand fifteen police completed braids and searches that turned up child porn on his computers cop faces up to thirty years in federal prison. Reportedly turned down a plea deal. That would have put him behind bars for fifteen years Saint Louis county police confirm there's an active homicide investigation. That's affecting traffic on halls ferry near chambers road officers say just after three they received a call about a car accident in the twenty one hundred block of chambers inside the car. They reportedly found a deceased man police have not said what else they found to make this a homicide in north Saint Louis alderman spent part of his Christmas convincing people to lock up their guns. But it might not have taken a whole lot of convincing. More three alderman, branded Bosley and a friend wearing a Santa suit were outside the fairgrounds neighborhood Christmas day giving up between eighty and one hundred free gun locks men. They went pretty quickly where at the point now where people are still alive. Like something needs to be done about gun violence, and I think putting solutions pride buffets via the small solution or large it gives people a little bit of hoping something to grasp onto Bosley understands. This is far from a cure all, but he says people can take small steps like locking their guns to make it harder for people to.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Pizza shop in south Saint Louis found guilty this morning on multiple counts of child pornography. Assistant US attorney Tom Elvis runs down the list of charges that Lauren cop was convicted of production of child pornography, attempted production possession of child pornography, use of interstate facilities to entice a minor in violation of state law and use of interstate facilities to transmit information to entice a minor cop who represented himself during his trial last spring faces fifteen years to life in prison when he sentenced in early April Saint Charles police believe a domestic dispute led to a fatal stabbing early this morning. Officers went to a home on lynbrook drive north west of highway ninety four about three thirty. A forty year old father of five was found stabbed once in the chest. He was taken to a local hospital where he later died. Police spokesman tells came elects news his wife is being questioned, but no arrests have been made at this time. A Saint Louis alderman spent part of his Christmas day on the street handing out free gun locks to anyone who wanted one ward. Threes, branded Bosley says he joined a friend wearing a Santa suit and the fairgrounds neighborhood north city to hand out between eighty and one hundred gun locks Bosley says they went quickly in part because people realize the need for one. But for whatever reason, they don't get one. Of course, is they cannot afford it. Others. You could just simply be that. You know, you haven't taken the time to go and buy one or you might think that it's too expensive. So you haven't even taking the time to look into it Bosley realizes, this isn't a cure all for the cities gun violence problem. But he says it's pastime to work on things that can be controlled you might not be able to prevent a crime of passion. He says, but you can prevent a child from accidentally shooting himself. It's a post Christmas tradition. The exchanging of unwanted or unneeded gifts isn't always the case of a gift being unliked. Totally unwanted is.

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"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"A former south city pastor and pizza shop owner good afternoon. I'm Alex segment came Alexa, news time, four three fifty degrees. Cloudy skies downtown at the arch of full check of the forecast along with traffic coming up at four ten the former owner of Dojo pizza in south city is found guilty on eight of nine child pornography counts he faced in federal court. Lauren cop. One time pastor was convicted on charges ranging for production of child pornography to use of interstate facilities to entice a minor assistant US attorney Tom Alba's says cop was convicted of crimes against girls who were as young as twelve at the time of the offense. I would also point out that the court pointed to the testimony of the victims extensively in rendering her verdict. Obviously, the bravery and the credibility of these victims was essential to this conviction. Sentencing guidelines, call for calm to spend a minimum of fifteen years behind bars with life prison term possible. When he's sentenced in April, a north Saint Louis alderman spent part of his Christmas day convincing people to lock up there. Guns. But might not have taken a whole lot of convincing or three alderman. Brandon Bosley and a friend wearing a Santa suit were outside in the fairgrounds neighborhood Christmas day, giving up between eight eighty to one hundred free gun locks, and they went pretty quickly where the point now where people are still unlike something needs to be done about gun violence, and I think putting solutions pride and buffets be at a small solution or large what it gives people a little bit of hoping something to grasp onto Bosley understands. This is not a cure all for the city's violence problem. But he says people can't take small steps like locking their guns to make it harder for people to steal them and harder for children to shoot themselves. Most stores took the day off yesterday. But we're making up for it today in a.

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"FDIC President Trump made an unannounced visit to Iraq marking the first time he's visited US troops in a troubled region. President told the soldiers that because of the military's gains against ISIS US forces can go home CBS, news, military consultant, Jeff McCausland, says it'll be interesting to see if he spends time talking to US combat commanders and foreign officials, in fact, meet with Iraqi officials right now because of course, as leaders of their country were surprised to learn of this withdrawal from Syria, and they'll be very concerned about the possibility of ISIS resurrecting itself or coming back as two point. Oh, a second child has died in the custody of border patrol Commissioner of US customs and border protection. Kevin mclean. Intel CBS news. This morning agency is doing all it can dozens of hospital trips every single day with children that have fevers or manifest other medical conditions came elects news time three a one. The former pastor who operated the DOJ pizza shop in south Saint Louis was found guilty this morning on multiple counts of child pornography. Assistant US attorney Tom Alba's runs down the list of charges that Lauren cop was convicted of production of child pornography, attempted production possession of child pornography. Use of interstate facilities to entice a minor in violation of state law and use of interstate facilities to transmit information to entice a minor cop who represented himself during his trial last spring faces fifteen years to life in prison when he sentenced in early April. A Saint Louis alderman spent part of his Christmas day on the street handing out free gun locks to anyone who wanted one or threes branded Bosley says he joined a friend wearing a Santa suit in the fairgrounds neighborhood, north city handout between eighty and one hundred good locks Bosley says they. Went quickly in part because people realize the need for one. But for whatever reason, they don't get one. Of course, it's, you know, came out of forty, but for others, you could just simply be that. You know, you haven't taken the time to go and buy one or you might think that it's too expensive. So you haven't even taken the time to look into it Bosley realizes, this is not a cure all for the cities gun violence problem. But he says it's past time to work on things that can be controlled he might not prevent a crime of.

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"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

"saint louis alderman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The saint louis circuit attorney from the eric writing sex case the case was dropped when the governor agreed to step down but the saint louis police departments still investigating allegations of perjury swirling around the circuit attorney chief investigator to help police dig deeper the judges now ordering that a special prosecutor be appointed gerard carmody of carmody and macdonald will have subpoena power to help the police get more evidence saint louis alderman of passed a billion dollar budget for the fiscal year that starts sunday many are saying the budget paints the picture of a city just barely getting by alderman jack coder says something's gotta chain there's no there's no easy answer to this you've got to continue to grow the population you got to bring some of our employers from this region back into the downtown corridor are really anywhere in the city is how hopeful but we gotta be bringing employers back downtown to help grow that tax base the new budget year starts as many residents are complaining the city isn't picking up their trash on time police are getting a raise but still make less than cops in the county and there are no public drinking fountains in city hall that actually work us senator dick durbin returned to his hometown of saint louis today but a spread bloom reports he wasn't just reminiscing about old time down with a host of local education leaders to talk about legislation he's introduced designed to address the toxic stress and trauma that negatively impact young students children come to the earth in the usual way what happens between that moment and the moment later ten fifteen years later when they're being arrested for a crime or something else something has happened in that life he's introduced the trauma informed care for children and families he says would support various organizations that provide mental health services and help train teachers to recognize early signs of trauma during his stop you learned.

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