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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"OK, I'll change my one sentence. Yes, I'll change my bid because of all that $2 snagged the algorithm Executive Li It's not a $3 finally finding him a break. Done it $3 anybody is going to pay more than $3 that plate run on James has led him to $3. She's trying to help me by saying, but I refused to bed any more than that. I'm going to say 7 50. It's a decorative plates. It's decorative. You say $1 clarifying question. Is this like a Disney thing, or did Pocahontas own it? You know what fair Disney plate in excellent condition. $12 may have been owned by he just called our Pocahontas. I'm seriously 13 You win. Well, I was thinking to five. So how about 20 lowered to 20 Andrew Taesa $30 for the Pocahontas Keep searching. When I say something like price reduced, you guys not understand there's starting high as Price reduced means that they were selling this for 150. Then they were like, Well, they're going to sell that thing, $3, saying. It's a two horse race at this point. Andrew has three Mariah here. Sorry. Usually you guys are really, really good, but not today. All right. Next up from ST Louis, A Rolling cage rabbit Chicken, guinea pig hamster. Practically page. Yes, it's available. When can you pick up horrifying? It's the ball that they run around in a cage that rules the cage on rear wheels, and it could fit a rabbit. A chick a rabbit. Rabbits, a chicken, a guinea pig or a hamster. Chicken in a rolling where you taking it? That's a pretty big check it in big spiritual prison with this horrible abomination, and it's on wheels. You have seen him before. I like my buddy had won for his hamster. The hands would run around the house. Colonel Roll over that school will give you something. You think you put a chicken in there? You just It's like a rolling ball of chicken poop. Yeah, Yeah, just flying everywhere You jog with it. It doesn't have, like a handle 20. You're going 25 Interesting. I know fit a chicken. I know. It's like 100. I know, but I can't do that. I get $300. And pride. The room doesn't include doesn't include the rabbit Chicken hamster cage 50 bucks. 101 100. It's 100. When I said I know it's 100. I could read him. I could tell that I had nailed it when I said it all right, Last listing. If Sue gets it, she ties the injury. If not, he's won the game. This is actually a a wanted posting. So you're gonna have to tell me how much this person is willing to pay for this service, All right? I need non copyrighted photos of a goat from different angles. Out of South ST Louis. I'm looking for a good Yes. Now. Here we go. Yes, something I know about. I'm looking for a goat, similar to the one in my eight minute cartoon slash song, a goat on the boat to be used in a book titled A Go on the Boat Children's Reader. In other words, I want to send my book to Children's publishers, but the original story is already published on YouTube. So I want to use a real goat. In this new version of the book. Please send only one photo. I can only choose one goat. Second, This guy can write an eight minute song and a book about a goat. I can't find a Goethe. Copyright. And then he says, you're the right guy, and he wants it to be non copyrighted so he doesn't get hit with charge. But we want to go fishing in one hand and crap in the other. I can only use one go. This is very urgent and way. Want a goat from all angles, But we could only take one picture. Correct. So I guess this is like a cattle call. Yes, casting call, So send your goat's head shot. We only need the one photo, but what he's gonna do it. Hey, you $20 to take.

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"south st louis" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"A special wheelchairs things for kids that are autistic we've rebuilt classrooms for autistic children that that have specific needs. So it goes to a lot of different causes for kids at that have physical mental disabilities here in Saint Louis. So that's one of the reasons that I jumped into both of these with what we're doing with the improv. And also, obviously, our our special night the day after thanksgiving is right. So a lot of kids should be in town a lot of young fans should be in town, and we can make it a fun night. Yeah. It's Friday November twenty third and it's a penthouse suite that we have. Have against the predators. And all of your all everything. I mean, everything it's as your food and your AB products are all included in its gourmet stuff. It's gourmet. Because when when when you think of to south city guys, you think of gourmet. I mean, there's no question. That's what we're known for its culinary arts, and thank of sink aches the funnel cakes down. I'll bring some funnel cakes to funnel. I did ask you or play golf. I said did you have any funnel cakes? This last year. I said they were amazing. They've really uptick, you certainly the best thing about the picnic to for any southside fans there is that some of the great veterans of south St Louis and Saint Gabriel's come out of the woodwork. She may have not seen them for a while. But they will be they will be they will be there with the seventh grade tournament banners all up, and I'm very proud of that I love it's like walking in Allen Fieldhouse. The fog rock, Sean. Thank you reels. Yes. So that's all. So we have November twelfth at the improv shot presented by bud. Select November twenty third at the enterprise center, presented by Bud Light..

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Hundreds gathered in south st louis to commemorate world refugee day with the march from the international institute yesterday christine marcher with children of her own says she felt she had to do something i have a breaking point i reached mine a little while ago but had a lot of my neighbors and friends talking about the issue at the border right now and even my kids were appalled and interior so i felt like it was a smart thing for them to be a part of today marchers walked through tower grove eastern eventually stopped at rooster where a fundraiser dinner lasted until nine international institute director and crossland says they've sponsored twenty five thousand refugees since the refugee act was passed in nineteen eighty could this seemingly now all out war between saint louis counties council and county executive cost the region corporate headquarters several weeks the council has whiffed on even considering routine incentives for save a lot food stores to move its headquarters from earth city to the crossings at northwest offer to move to kentucky kansas city they chose to stay here but it's the location that's the issue the county council we told you was asking for investigations into a deal to move several county departments to the crossings at northwest who's developer gave big donations to county executive steve staggered but saint anne city administered amac conley is worried all of this could lose a big company for the region twenty million dollar investment in a new corporate headquarters produce sixty new jobs retained over four hundred headquarters jobs in saint louis county in north county michael calhoun newsradio eleven twenty kmox governor mike parson is scheduled to meet with president trump thursday what does he plan to talk about with the president i wanna talk about some things that are current missouri that contract we just met with the boeing for example you i want to talk about things like that you know how do we get these contracts and how do we get jobs here in the states more interested in what we can do and what he might be infrastructure wise parsons spoke before it was announced the president had signed an executive order ending the separation of families accused illegal immigrants at the border asked his opinion on us border policies parsons says none of us want to see families split up but he adds that he quote supports the security of the border it's the stories on the news they carry over into your work conversations your social media where you argue with your relatives and total strangers you're just so angry sound familiar i've seen an increase in my therapy practice of people that are now spending time talking about national events more so than they're talking about their personal events and while outrage overload isn't an actual diagnosis dr russell hike in saint louis family therapist says everywhere we turn these days it seems there's something to be upset or outraged about what you need to do is check yourself so these issues are bleeding into your life and making other parts of your life difficult so if you're so outraged about something that you're sitting at your desk at work all you can think about these world events maybe actually talk to somebody about that to get some specific strategies about how to compartmentalize those issues hike in says first step is limiting your exposure don't sit on social media all day following the latest just carve out specific times and be constructive maybe a political rally as helpful or call your lawmakers but he says arguing on twitter will only add to your frustration coming up in the news at five fifty to saint louis county police get creative with trying to catch a thief cable ex news time five thirty five weekday mornings at eight thirty on.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Three vehicles on interstate fifty five in south st louis last night police say it happened around eleven when the victim was trying to run across northbound fifty five at potomac the highway was reopened just before three this morning a twenty year old man is shot and wounded in north city it happened around nine last night in the forty two hundred block of college no other information was released the day after governor era brightens announced he'll step down as missouri governor the saint louis prosecutor dropped a felony charge pending against him after much conversation with mr grinds defense attorneys and my team we have come to an agreement on the felony computer tampering case i believe the most fair and just way to resolve the situation is to dismiss the computer tampering case circuit attorney kim gardner made no apologies for her fivemonth pursuit of two cases against the governor saying it was never a witch hunt and it was all brought on by the governor's own actions or questions relating to the agreement between greitens and garner how common is it for prosecutor to drop felony criminal charges not for cooperation with another criminal case would for a political outcome we asked legal expert brad young of the firm harris dell fisher and young one could imagine that the the calculation here as well since the governor has resigned in that lessens the likelihood that a jury would convict him of this crime so therefore we're going to dismiss those charges that would get around any ethical problems but it certainly is unique because we typically don't see charges or criminal charges dropped in exchange for a political solution meanwhile is attorney jim martin was pleased with the deal martin asked what made the wind shifts what brought greatness.

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4 killed, 24 injured in Poland apartment building collapse

Frank Fontana

02:12 min | 3 years ago

4 killed, 24 injured in Poland apartment building collapse

"Twenty wgn chicago and wgnradiocom if you're an amazon echo user just say play wgn radio onto an end and boom they we are the news is not sponsor at now mustered up japan trump's banks frank it is 45 degrees under fair skies at o'hare four people are dead 24 injured after an apartment building collapse in poland officials say it happened in the western city of poznan two dozen teams of firefighters are pulling away rebel insee children are among the injured it's believed a gas explosion may have caused the collapse but no official determination at this hour a man found shot to death in his car in the far south side this morning has been identified by his family loved ones say 38yearold arthur aj smith was visiting from iowa and had moved there to escape urban violence smith's body was found in the one thirty two hundred block of south riverdale avenue just after six am he'd been shot in the head police are investigating one of two chicago firefighters her in a westside fire remains hospitalized in serious condition the fire broke out at about nine am in the 1900s block of south st louis avenue a mayday call went out and crews found that thirty four year old veteran firefighter collapsed on the second floor fire commissioner jose santiago explains it was unconscious for quite some time just recently opened his eyes is able to move he's in there with his parents another firefighter was treated for a cut on the shoulder a shooting at a stoplight wounded a 36yearold man this morning it happened at chicago avenue and campbell police say the man was stopped at a light when another car pulled alongside him in a person inside opened fire the wounded man is listed in good condition no arrests three elgin residents have agreed to a plea deal in a bizarre home invasion case more from wgn roger batta shweibi gomez chino moroccan casandra delgado will sir between two and ten years in prison for the 2016 case the victim in the case claim she was with morocco former boyfriend when four women broken and beat her vendrell over to another location where she was beaten again and burned with cigarettes to other women of the case are still waiting hearings roger badische wgam news sports traffic and weather next on wgn look as a gun it has a.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Feels good to have cardinals baseball back all on kmox wonderful baseball again is feels ryan doesn't it feels good to roll the window down feels good to walk outside that a jacket and now we're going to go through ups and downs eno that one days jacket list day is another days hunker down 'cause going to snow again but now you early spring i'll take it in others south st louis shop owner says they're window was smashed over a police support so this is from uh fox too and this is from the other day but an antique store on cherokee street in south st louis and one of his window shattered by rock tuesday morning the owner believes that she's being targeted because she flew an american flag and also has a thin blue line outside of her store to support the police the owner sherry for of elders antiques a longtime business on cherokee streets empty grow said the verbal harassment began last summer when she put up the flag she took the flag down in december as the harassment continued you know congratulations to all the bullies out there congratulations to try and harass someone for putting up in american flag and trying to support police congratulations to you uh i beg no that's your main mission of all of this ranked to go out and try to make change in the world or protest your your mission statement is very clear bully people harass people throw rocks through windows is that the mission statement today uh note was included with the rock that busted the store they said quote you were warned you were warned uh then there was the letters m l ameh with the crudelydrawn hammer and sickle symbol of the communist party m l m sue were four marxism leninism maoism these incidents came after another nearby store on cherokee had a front window kicked out in four american flag supporting police stolen no arrests have been made neither case this is unfortunately unfortunately the sediment.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"A south st louis neighborhoods still in disbelief at the deaths of a young couple and their baby i am brad joke came wakes news time 404 the forecast in ninety seconds it's still not known yet would lead yesterday st louis hills murder suicide that took the lives of the man woman and month old child the victims were found in a home in the sixty two hundred block of kinsey place after family members hadn't heard from the victims in awhile police say all three were together and died of gunshot wounds their names haven't been released funeral arrangements are pending for a lanes ville man killed in an early morning crash on eastbound forty four near lebanon the missouri highway patrol says thirty seven year old jared crowley was driving the wrong direction on the interstate in his car was struck by an oncoming semi making a lane change a third vehicle was hit by debris no other injuries were reported he had to cancel an appearance at this weekend's wizard world comecon invent and st louis with the creator of 'spiderman's hoping to put a health scare behind him stanley spoke with tv station kabc from his home after being hospitalized in los angeles earlier in the week i'm glad i spent that evening in the hospital and it did meal at a good now on home and looking trouble we get into tmz reported the ninety five year old lee had an irregular heartbeat in shortlist of breath that led him to seek medical attention in sports history made at mizzou arena this afternoon two two two nationally televised on cbs the tigers took down the 21st ranked wildcats sixty nine sixty rain and snow showers possible tonight 'til about midnight low of thirty two right now it's forty three and mostly cloudy downtown at the arch i'm brad showed news time is four oast six now health matters presented by ssm health here's your host king mox health editor fred bought a bird welcome back to another addition of health matters presented by as had some health i'm fred batum are joined in studio by my co host actor near of patel he's the chief medical officer at 'some health st louis university hospital and a slew care infectious diseases specialist on today's show will visit with a local cardiologists about taking care of our heart we'll also talk with a neurologist about some new stroke guidelines justannounced and we'll hear from a sports medicine doctor about.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Charges filed at a south st louis county shooting i'm alex tag than kmox news the full forecast coming up in two minutes the man accused of this week's daylight shooting of the concord plaza parking lot 23yearold chance kramer of shrewsbury charged with firstdegree assault an armed criminal action the victim remains in critical condition after two surgeries still no word on what the argument that led to the shooting at that vape shop was all about meanwhile michael cal who to the news room police are investigating a quadruple shooting nor st louis three men shot of a legs while a woman was shot in the left side it happened just before seven near good and martin luther king all victims were conscious when taken to the hospital according to police and meantime reports of two people shot in university city near mel rose admire police also say an eighteen year old man was shot in the leg near the intersection of virginia and fifty five northbound just before 9 o'clock possibly the largest ovation for illinois governor bruce runner during his state of the state address came with this line i will submit a balanced budget proposal next month well the applause continued for another thirty seconds or so some lawmakers mostly democrats have spent the last couple of years maligning the governor for not submitting of budget to the legislature one of state senator paul ships main takeaways from wednesday to governor called on us to work together on some projects that we've already shown the ability to gain traction on in order to make sure that the people of illinois can trust the government senate president john color tune a democrat was not as optimistic i'd like to be encouraged by the governor's state of the state message but i really don't know what i'm supposed to say color does hope browner is sincere in the desire to work together considerable clouds are forecast overnight expect a low around thirty four breezy much colder for our thursday clowns eventually giving way to some sunshine double see a high around thirty nine.

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Time and we'll talk with travel experts in major global newsmaker however peter greenberg dan land subscribe at the new radiocom app one worker jobs the conservative case for net neutrality from privacy protections to major's censorship concerns what does it mean for you what does it mean for the future of the internet read about it in his latest blog at komo ex dot com slash riot what's the latest them a long overdue wrap up a work on the king's highway by it at good evening i'm bread bloom kmox news times it will form full checked your forecast comes up at seven ferguson police say to christmas day murders happened several hours and just hundreds of yards apart not related after all manner frankly call telling came wife's body of a teenage shooting victim was found just before six am yesterday in the ninety six hundred block of newton call says a canvas of the area turned up no evidence of the shooting happening there and about eleven fifteen p m an argument on north winds estates driving your west larsen and it with a man being shot to death nicole says the victim in his killer knew each other and suspect rains large no names released at this time and might see mike work is never ending on the king's highway viaduct in south st louis it's been two and a half years since the old span was torn down while some lanes of traffic reopened earlier this year low it's more or less been a construction zone the entire time but st louis traffic commissioner dna vanquor says just be patient a bit longer barrier walls that are out there they're going to get poured some time in the next this coming spring and we'll get those going um so that'll be a finnish project product and she says there were some delays because of the need to avoid underground utility sixteen tomas the entire project was hoped to be finished this past july missouri have the same number of people killed and highway traffic crashes during this christmas holiday period as a year ago but state troopers worked nearly double the number of accidents highway patrol announcing that five traffic deaths recorded from friday evening through monday night one of those happened saturday and route sixty one in lincoln county near the st charles countywide in total troopers investigated four hundred ninety one crashes resulted.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The pro side four pratt peace so this puts me in a conundrum you guys this is weird to me all my time living in the city 14year as i pretty much voted against every tax increase because that's just how i roll and i don't like sales tax increases which i've said many times on this show now we have all of the progressives in south st louis who are also now against the sales tax so it's weird and i think a lot of it is because they would like accountability with the police they would like an audit of the city to show where the city's money is going but now i'm in this can under him because i always vote no again sales taxes but i do think we need more police but who'd with the person to do any thoughts on what this what's going to happen at the end of the day anyone wanna make a prediction charlotte once what it what is the backup plan if prop he failed seattle now that's a good question i mean white in the city data that wide in brazilian city present and audit in show the dire straits or whatever to encourage people because of if it if it doesn't go through what are they going to do well actually win representative came to my door this weekend to encourage me to vote no they also were collecting signatures for a city wide on it so that may happen and who knows maybe they'll find some chunk of money maybe they won't i dunno well here's how i look at it i i just see the police officers is underpaid and the disparity between the officers in the city and the county just two huge and it just seems obvious that especially the young officers newark crews will issue the city and had straight for the county 'cause you can make so much more money it's at least ten thousand dollars just starting off so i'm not saying that this sales tax increase is uh a cureall because even with the sales tax increase the city officers will still make less money than their county counterparts by about four thousand dollars they'll just narrow the gap and it's.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And go to the polls later today the boat unprofor the one thing they shouldn't have to worry about longlines sets because only about fifteen to twenty percent of registered voters are expected to turn out that's according to republican elections director gerry staff who bases that on similar single issue elections in the past people who typically will vote for every election they will come out uh i haven't seen a lot of hopelessly pro or kahn and so the key i guess we'll be getting other people who may be not be paying close attention to come out and cast their ballot south points out that force some there is a second issue on the ballot in aldermen vacancy in the second award he says it will cost up to four hundred thousand dollars to hold tomorrow's vote typical for us citywide election brian kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox some residents of the holly hills subdivision in south st louis are convinced that it bob cat is on the loose wildlife rescue centre executive director kim rutledge says they were called to that area on three separate occasions can't rule out that a bob cat is indeed wandering around the neighborhood they're really and secretive and mostly elusive getting he about cat is kind of cool experience um and they're they're common but they're not seen very often bob gets shy away from contact with humans and present very little danger to them but revellers recommends that small dog or cat not be left alone outside and in no one's surprise kirkwood is extending their free electric cab pilot program the downtown kirkwood advisory commission is recommending that the programme continued to help holiday shoppers and diners and encourage people to visit kirkwood turning to your weather for today cloudy and cooler.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"St louis for one hundred twenty five years of violent weekend in st louis with several shootings on saturday and sunday came away this is brian feldman joins us live bryant winner stand more gun violence happen overnight there was one homicide and nor st louis tom overnight and another one in south st louis st louis police say one happened in the fifty one hundred block of minnesota a man was shot in the stomach and he died a short time later at a hospital also another homicide the 2500 her block of north grand police say a woman in her early thirties was shot in the chest she also died at a hospital in addition to that over the weekend a metro bus driver was shot early saturday morning that happened at the riverview transit centre on north broadway i talked to one metro rider travis tyler just moments ago and he says really there is nothing else that can be done because he feels he has no choice but to keep writing the metro every single day to work fill the president on me more war would be held woah is not banned the way of the bigger grilling log bradley would it be helpful tyler talking about security at metro bus stations all in all there were more than a dozen shootings in the city of st louis between saturday and sunday and overnight into monday reporting live brian feldman newsradio eleven twenty kmox kmox news time seven ten time to get you an update on your ride in traffic and weather together starting with roger brandon.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Traffic snarls in south st louis for a couple of hours as demonstrators take to the streets again good evening i'm alex statement cable x time edel four seventy seven degrees downtown at the arch the full forecast at eight oh seven south st louis the scene of a noisy but otherwise peaceful protest tonight came alexis brent bloom was there this was on the hampton door shopping center in hampton and chipilov with a little more than one hundred marchers taking part among them state representative bruce springstreen you when asked if these protests might go on for weeks even months he responded months years would have we need to do we they don't undestand for anybody who thinks that this could possibly go away they sadly mistaken at blocking off hampton on three separate occasions marching up to the st louis police officers association headquarters the demonstrators colder tonight will also announcing plans to be in ferguson friday evening no arrests were made the man who oversees the st louis police unit responsible for investigating police shootings is defending his team i'm calling a proposal from the circuit attorney's office to take over the investigations naive lieutenant roger engelhardt says his force investigation unit conducts each police shooting investigation as fairly as possible he spoke in response to circuit attorney kim gardiner's push to create a team that would handle all police use of force investigations devolution crews continued to chip away at the rubble at the old crestwood mall site the developers no asking the city of crestwood for a sixty day to lay to clean up the 47 acre site so nearby businesses are getting weary of the slowmoving project john behind works at the city music store on watson overlooking the site and so it's it's been a challenge over the years to get folks to to come and and even walk in as you know the area it's taken so long to get that mall plan going everybody thinks as areas dead neighbour beth gala virtue lives behind the site says it's been a long ordeal of demolition noise dust and odors a bomb could not do that much damage since the assessment of san juan firm roy gillespie with the international brotherhood of teamsters disaster relief i am one of a leadership or a down three in union all over the country eight out why did.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"St louis county police shoot a man who's armed with a handgun and a sword i'm brian kelly kmox news time is 1205 the forecast at twelve ole eight police say it's too soon to say if this morning's officerinvolved shooting was a case of a man trying to commit suicide by cop sergeant sean maguire says the man in his late thirty these called officers to his home in the seventy seven hundred block of harlan but didn't say why didn't answer phone calls and didn't answer the door eventually maguire says he led a dog out and then came out onto the porch carrying a handgun in seoul obviously when somebody walks out of their front porch with a sort of a handgun that puts officers in the top spot maguire says when the man refused adr the weapons an officer shot him several times the suspects in critical condition no officers were hurt an eightyearold girl was grazed on the back by a bullet last evening she was playing with friends at potomac in california in south st louis the shots came from a nearby alley don't know who's who fired m a woman is in critical condition a man in serious condition after being shot last night in ferguson they were sitting in a car on aims place police say that may have involved the shootout ferguson was back in the national spotlight this week cnn reported russians bought facebook ads purporting to be for black lives matter which then portrayed supporters of the movement as troublemakers and the russians bought those adds around ferguson in baltimore nbc news political director in meet the press moderator chuck todd ways and most disturbing part of this reporting has been the idea that one of the tactic that the russians interfered campaign use was to try to play on our country already sorted inder bok feelings on ray todd says to him it's clear the russians were successful and stoking racial tension and he says quote where still paying the price for it now warmer just a little under an.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Several shots fired in south st louis county this morning i'm brian kelly kmox news time is edel four the forecast at eight ten county police tell us that they are working on gathering information about a shooting this morning in south st louis county we got to report in the past hour of at least ten shots being fired hired near mckenzie and watson no other details have been released but as soon as we find out more we will pass at information along to you one person critically wounded and others in serious condition after being shot while in a parked car last night in ferguson this happened about 820 in the five hundred block of aims police say a number of shots were fired in there was a possible change of gunfire and eightyearold girls in a hospital this morning she was shot last night in south st louis this happened shortly before seven on potomac had california police tell us she was playing with others when several shots were fired from a nearby alley she was grazed in the back listed in stable condition two people seriously hurt in separate vote her cycle accidents in the area overnight according to the highly patrol andrew woods of farmington was heard shortly before midnight in washington county is motorcycle hit another motorcycle that stop for another vehicle woods was flown to a single as hospital dustin woods of the soto was heard around ten forty five in jefferson county when his motorcycle ran off the road overturned and hit a utility pole the aclu is upset over the way stockily demonstrators were treated by police during friday night's protest outside busch stadium the group says officers again have demonstrated hostility toward the us constitution and the rights of the.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And the only pitcher to ever throw a perfect game in the world series don larsen you know he played one year with the st louis brown's so i had a chance to sit down with the two of them first spoke with south st louis county in sunny seabird so sunny congratulations on your induction was at million to you to be as st louis native now in the st louis sports all thing well living here and go in school here and playing ball here and then after retirement still living here is very special you nausea something i appreciate and designer and you were right down the street basically a plated of icicle tooth sports star you go to mizzou so you you really have the ties in their talk about your time playing basketball and then baseball at mizzou okay well i think a high school a better basketball player i liked basketball out barre that time but talk about close as close as ice deliver half were locked on ruth berkshire s grew up here but anyway i was lucky to play for bail of very good team it was like enough give scholarship the missouri of earthier outweigh basketball and the reason why with the mazuria was because they also had good baseball program answer isn't playing baseball in an other reasonable my folks momma dick komo coast in the verdict could save you play now when you played at mizzou i understand they do not play baseball till your junior year and then you.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"A tough sell to voters who just recently approved another half cent sales tax and critical the police association as a whole hasn't hasn't really come out fart in some respects they've come out against it i know that i have received calls from individual police officers that to support voters approved in november the measure would raise nineteen and a half million dollars twothirds of which would go to the police department also today alderman approved a three dollar increase the trash fees as raising them to fourteen dollars a month brian kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox came likes news time 300 five a protest in south st louis as kmox zalik stegman reports low wage workers gathered to urge policymakers as they say to do the right thing minimum wage workers say they fought to hard to get the wage increased their now giving up without a fight alexa straughter is a home healthcare workers she says she can finally afford things for her family you look came gone y you veto good morning granddaddy minimum wage in st louis reverts to seven seventy at the end of august the legislature passed a bill to disallow local governments from setting their own wages the governor says he will not be tow it in south st louis alex dogma newsradio eleven twenty kmox a fold misery marine one of the men who died in the mississippi plane crash monday the victims all the dinovite today 27 your tame on leach was one and sixteen service members killed when a military transport plane.

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"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"south st louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Initiate a little bit more thing in a way to hide tripledigit temperatures cracked and buckled roadways near sacramento on wall street the dow closed down today sixty one points finishing at twenty one thousand four sixty seven the nasdaq fell fifty the sp was down sixteen daniel daylewis has announced his retirement from acting you might remember him from a decade ago and there will be blood movie for which he won an oscar slowing thousand overall lewis has won three best actor oscars and was nominated five times daniel daylewis is sixty years old is spokesman says the decision to retire from film was a private one there won't be any further comment he will have one more film phantom thread due out in december this a cbs news happening on what caused a natural gas leak in the area i'm carol daniel kmox traffic and weather together seven minutes away thousand the natural gas leaking from a broken main lafayette and claim right off fortyfour in south st louis hearttoheart mccathie again mostly says the line was ruptured by water workers he gene by the way home they vacated mosey said liquid gas on the scene st louis not one of a dozen cities picked by the department of justice to get how fighting violent crime i'm so criminologists rick rosen fell thinks it's okay he says the city has already been studied twice by the feds recently who made two recommendations i want to keep up with hotspot policing leaf must continue and in fact strengthen our the targeted response to violent crime with the police department has already engaged in but one part of the new justice department initiative coaching is something rosenfeld agree st louis could use some help with the reaction to the doj decision from the sorry senator claire mccaskill hype imagine at birmingham alabama happened to go up on the ceo mary mccaskill telling kmox as charles brennan she and senator roy blunt will keep trying to get the feds to help the city but she adds it won't be easy the budget is not it's not a rosy picture ally of grant yet saint with currently enjoy are cut in the budget the president has presented to congress a man suspected of killing.

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