This is a new one. Supporters of Lewis Reed, president of the Board of Aldermen running against long-time Mayor Francis Slay, are passing around a bizarre video this week that presents the mayor and his team as Hitler and the Nazis. It's a take on a popular Hitler video meme that has been floating ... More >>
Is this the "most draconian anti-employee policy in the history of the City of St. Louis?" So says Lewis Reed's mayoral campaign which is spreading the word about an internal memo that they -- and other union leaders and Reed supporters -- are arguing reveals an incredibly anti-union policy that t ... More >>
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and columnist Sylvester Brown have parted ways. We've already reported on all the messy details per Sly Brown and his editors. But what we're really interested in today is the horse race to replace Brown as the paper's next minority columnist. After all, Brown was hired t ... More >>
Week of December 27, 2007
Radio station WGNU (920 AM) will abandon its talk-show format and replace it with "urban" gospel. As we first reported in June, the iconic local station was in sales talks with St. Louis-based Radio Property Ventures, owner of Christian talk station KXEN (1010 AM). The $1.25 million sale of the stat ... More >>
photo: Jennifer SilverbergWith little fanfare, iconic radio station WGNU (920 AM) sold last week to St. Louis-based Radio Property Ventures, owner of Christian talk station KXEN (1010 AM). The $1.3 million transaction is expected to receive FCC approval early this fall. The sale brings to an end y ... More >>
School board members duke it out over a no-bid contract awarded to St. Louis radio talk show host Lizz Brown.
Police and prosecutors say they know who brutally murdered Cassandra Kovack. But no one has answered the question: Why?
The Year in Review: A Quiz
Stranded in Ghana
WGNU (920 AM)
Chuck D and Kool Moe Dee drop by the St. Louis Black Book Fair
Week of February 4, 2004
Here's how the Board of Education could raise money for St. Louis schools: Charge admission to its meetings
WGNU (920 AM)
We're curious about Bill Roberti's intentions, Brent Feeney's exodus and Joe Edwards' alibi; plus, Missouri will taste damn good in a waffle cone
Week of July 23, 2003
To save St. Louis public schools, Bill Roberti and his band of hired guns plan to blow things up. Who'll pick up the pieces when they're gone?
Chuck Norman says WGNU will still be wacky after he's gone
Jennifer Joyce crosses the racial divide to walk the streets and talk about crime
Week of June 27, 2001
Week of June 20, 2001
Cop plays talk-show host on the same station as the inimitable Lizz Brown
Vote for Gore, vote for Bush -- what's the difference?
Radio Free St. Louis Goes to Jail; Ald Bauer, Get Your Ass Out of Town; The Crotchety Senator from Crystal City
A visit to Chuck Norman's Christmas Party for the Handicapped turns up some of the folks who give free speech a workout on the host's radio station, WGNU-AM