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3:56 pm
Tue October 29, 2013

NPR's David Greene Returns To St. Louis, Where He Got His Journalistic Jumpstart

David Greene, NPR's Morning Programming Host/Correspondent.
NPR

St. Louis Public Radio listeners know David Greene for his work with NPR's Morning Edition, and his years covering Russia and the White House. But before he joined NPR in 2005, Greene was a newspaper man. He credits an internship with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for jump-starting his career.

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Tony La Russa / From Morning Edition
10:52 am
Tue November 1, 2011

La Russa retires: how the Cardinals move on to find a new skipper

St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa laughs during a question and answer session on media day at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on Oct. 18, 2011.
(UPI/Bill Greenblatt)

Our own Rachel Lippmann had a story on the retirement of Cardinals manager Tony La Russa on today's Morning Edition on NPR. Here's the summary provided by NPR of her work:

"After 16 seasons, the Tony La Russa era in St. Louis is over. The Cardinals announced that their skipper has decided to retire. La Russa took the Cardinals to the playoffs nine times, made it to the World Series three times and won it all twice, including this season. Now, the organization and its fans have to figure out how to move on without the man who has become their backbone. St. Louis Public Radio's Rachel Lippmann reports."

In case you missed her story on the broadcast this morning, or want to hear it again, you can find it here.

Shots - Health Blog
9:16 am
Wed August 17, 2011

How The Merger Of Two Health Care Giants May Affect Your Wallet

Express Scripts and Medco Health Services say their merger will help control prescription drug costs. But many prescriptions may only be available by mail, which may not sit well with some consumers.
Sean Locke iStockphoto.com

Originally published on Tue August 23, 2011 10:42 am

You probably haven't heard of either Express Scripts or Medco Health Services, but their plans to merge in a $29 billion deal, announced last month, may have an impact on your pocketbook.

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