Anne Keefe came to KMOX in 1976.
St. Louis Media Hsitory Foundation

Anne Keefe, whose smoky voice, inimitable style and consuming dedication to work made her one of the most important figures in television and radio for more than 50 years, has died. She was 90.

Kelly Moffitt | St. Louis Public Radio

When KMOX radio reporter Kevin Killeen looks at kids today, he wonders how they’re so well-behaved. 

“It disappoints me,” Killeen said. "I think there's a lot more responsibility now."

That’s compared to when Killeen was a kid growing up in Webster Groves and getting into shenanigans all over town.

(Courtesey: Kevin Killeen)

Since 1995, Kevin Killeen has worked as a reporter for KMOX.  He began his career with St. Louis Public Radio | 90.7 KWMU. 

In his current role, he produces the station’s morning feature “A Whole ‘nother Story” and has written KMOX’s original holiday show for about the last 15 years.  Now, he’s written a book, “Never Hug A Nun,” a semi-autobiographical novel about his experiences growing up and going to a Catholic school in Webster Groves during the 1960s.