Does Missouri have the most extreme states' rights effort in the country? An analysis published by the Associated Press today suggests that lawmakers in Missouri have advanced legislation that may very well be the "most extreme example of a states' rights movement that has been spreading across th ... More >>
Earlier this week, RFT Music celebrated "Country Grammar's" 12th birthday. Here's another reminder of everyone's impending mortality: Lou Reed turns 70 today. The Brooklyn-born rock icon's first seven decades have been, to put it mildly, eventful. He's created some of the most influential - and mos ... More >>
Federal prosecutions against financial institutions are ticking downward across the country, but the Eastern District of Missouri is defying that trend, nearly matching New York City's district in per-capita charges against banks so far this year. A report released last week by the Transactional Re ... More >>
Shirley and Chris Mucci of Alton, Il. Back in January we told you about a local musician looking for a cure. Chris Mucci, 61, of Alton, passed away on February 21 surrounded by his friends and family. This weekend, Chris's friends and accomplices in the music community are hosting a memorial ... More >>
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