Rundown

Week In Review
11:13 am
Fri July 18, 2014

The Rundown: From Money To Art To Scams -- Not To Mention A Trip To The Moon

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We know that you listen to us on air and check our website for news and information about our region. We hope that you look at our website every day, but we know that's not always possible. So, once a week, on Friday, we will highlight some of the website's top stories of the week.

Show me the money

Ten Percent Of Households In The St. Louis Area Don't Use Banks: Here's Why, And What's Being Done

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Week In Review
2:08 pm
Fri July 11, 2014

The Rundown: 'Right To Farm,' Food For Lunch And Family Business

Credit Veronique LaCapra/St. Louis Public Radio

We know that you listen to us on air and check our website for news and information about our region. We hope that you look at our website every day, but we know that's not always possible. So, once a week, on Friday, we will highlight some of the website's top stories of the week.

Primary election 2014

Would 'Right To Farm' Ballot Question Protect Family Farms Or Ag Corporations?

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Week In Review
12:23 pm
Fri June 27, 2014

The Rundown: I Now Pronounce You Spouse And Spouse

Bruce Yampolsky (far left) and Terry Garrett (near left) were married in the mayor office, announced Francis Slay (center) at a news conference.
Credit Jason Rosenbaum, St. Louis Public Radio

We know that you listen to us on air and check our website for news and information about our region. We hope that you look at our website every day, but we know that's not always possible. So, once a week, on Friday, we will highlight some of the website's top stories.

Going to the chapel

Mayor Slay Marries Four Same-Sex Couples At City Hall

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Week In Review
10:45 am
Fri June 20, 2014

The Rundown: St. Louisans Who Are Creating A Better Place

Jessica Baran and Galen Gondolfi
Credit Nancy Fowler/St. Louis Public Radio

We know that you listen to us on air and check our website for news and information about our region. We hope that you look at our website every day, but we know that's not always possible. So, once a week, on Friday, we will highlight some of the website's top stories. 

Making a difference

STL Art Game-Changers: Fort Gondo’s Cherokee Street Crusaders

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Week In Review
11:01 am
Fri June 13, 2014

Weekly Rundown: Uncertainty, Disruption Mark Anniversary Of Decision In Student Transfer Case

Jane Turner
Credit Jess Jiang / St. Louis Public Radio

We know that you listen to us on air and check our website for news and information about our region. We hope that you look at our website every day, but we know that's not always possible. So, once a week, on Friday, we will highlight some of the website's top stories.

Up in the air

One Year Later, No End In Sight To School Transfer Turmoil

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Politics & Issues
11:21 am
Fri June 6, 2014

The Rundown: D-Day Vets, Road Bumps And Our Town In Pictures

Richard Gibbler of Jefferson City is a veteran of D-Day.
Credit Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio

We know that you listen to us on air and check our website for news and information about our region. We hope that you look at our website every day, but we know that's not always possible. So, once a week, on Friday, we will highlight some of the website's top stories.

Day to remember

Missouri Veterans Remember D-Day And Final Months Of War In Europe

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Politics & Issues
11:50 am
Fri May 30, 2014

The Rundown: From Guns In The Classroom To Lethal Injection Under The Microscope

Credit Véronique LaCapra, St. Louis Public Radio

We know that you listen to us on air and check our website for news and information about our region. We hope that you look at our website every day, but we know that's not always possible. So, once a week, on Friday, we will highlight some of the website's top stories.

Let some sunshine in

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Politics & Issues
11:39 am
Fri May 23, 2014

The Rundown: RIP Normandy School District -- and 2014 Legislative Session

Seniors graduated Thursday night from Normandy High School.
Credit Tim Lloyd, St. Louis Public Radio

We know that you listen to us on air and check our website for news and information about our region. We hope that you look at our website every day, but we know that's not always possible. So, once a week, on Friday, we will highlight some of the website's top stories.

RIP Normandy

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Week In Review
11:14 am
Fri May 16, 2014

The Rundown: The Naked Truth In All Its Glory

The chamber of the Missouri House. The legislative session ends at 6 p.m. today.
Credit UPI/Bill Greenblatt

We know that you listen to us on air and check our website for news and information about our region. We hope that you look at our website every day, but we know that's not always possible. So, once a week, on Friday, we will highlight some of the website's top stories.

In the home stretch...

The Missouri Legislature adjourns at 6 p.m. today. Here are some of the highlights — and low lights — of the past week. Look for our coverage wrapping up the session this weekend.

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Education
10:16 pm
Sun May 11, 2014

Education Rundown: Sleep Helps Students; Racial Achievement Gap Persists

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Once a week, our team of education reporters would like to share stories that look at trends in education here and across the country. In particular, we want to focus on people, research and even gizmos that may help make kids learn better.

Snooze button

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