John Hancock, Michael Kelley and Amy Marxkors start the hour off to talk about sports and hockey as The Blues get ready to play against the Colorado Avalanche. Later, Kevin Killeen comes in studio to tell us all about how boring graduations are. They're joined in studio by Don Corrigan, author of Amazing Webster Groves, to talk about his latest book, and after that, National Burger day means they're talking about burgers before the long weekend.
John Hancock and Michael Kelley are joined by Amy Marxkors on this Friday afternoon. They praise Chris Mihill as their favorite show producer after his announced retirement in the upcoming weeks after 40 years with KMOX. They discuss the school shooting in Texas and steps that be taken to stop gun violence. Later, Maddy Simpson, a Data Reporter for the St. Louis Business Journal, calls in to tell us about why younger people are leaving St. Louis. After that, they discuss how politicians are approaching voters.
Hancock, Kelley and Marxkors are joined by Maddy Simpson, a Data Reporter for the St. Louis Business Journal, to discuss why younger people are leaving St. Louis rather than staying long-term, and the general decreasing population rates in the city.
Amy Marxkors and Michael Kelley end their last "regular" show before their new show debuts on Tuesday! Dan Farrell, Sr. Vice President, Sales & Marketing for the Cardinals calls in to tell us all about what we can find at Busch Stadium this year. They're joined in studio with Ben Boyd, the "Big Brother" of Jarvis Wheat, a young man that was tragically killed last week, as well as Wheat's sister Tanedra Dobbs, as they remember Jarvis and discuss the tragedy and how we can honor his memory. Later, they discuss Facebook's lack of customer service and how it effects both individual users and businesses, and give one last send off before they return with Chris Rongey on Tuesday with "The Show."
Ben Boyd and Tanedra Dobbs join Marxkors and Kelley to remember Jarvis Wheat, a young man with a bright future who was shot and killed in St. Louis last week. Dobb's brother and Boyd's "Little Brother," Jarvis had recently graduated Top 5 in his class at Confluence Academy and was happy to have been enrolled in classes at Ranken Technical College.
Amy Marxkors and Michael Kelley are discussing the shooting in Texas and universal background checks as a way to decrease the risk of gun violence, they're joined by Major Garrett, Chief Washington Correspondent for CBS News, to discuss the political climate and what to expect from law makers in Washington after another school shooting. After that, Amy Summary calls in to tell us about her husband who has lost his legs after a hit and run incident just a few weeks ago. Later, they're joined by Captain Kevin "Proton" McLaughlin, U.S. Navy, and graduate of TOPGUN and a former TOPGUN instructor.
Bryce Summary was struck by a vehicle in a hit and run incident just a few weeks ago in St. Louis, which has caused him to lose his legs along as sustaining several other injuries. His wife, Amy Summary, calls in to tell us about the strength of her husband and her first hand experience after witnessing the tragedy. They also share how you can assist the Summary's and their children as they face a new world.
Cardinals broadcaster John Rooney joins Marxkors and Kelley talking about being both a fan and part of the team, looking ahead to the Brewers and more. Stage IV colon cancer survivor and St. Louis native Teri Griege joins the show talking about her fight and what she has done since which includes iron man and all the money she has helped raise since. Finally, they talk about scary movies and the new show starting next week.
Stage IV colon cancer survivor and St. Louis native Teri Griege joins the show talking about her fight and what she has done since which includes iron man and all the money she has helped raise since.
Tom Ackerman jumps in and talks with Cardinals Manager Oli Marmol about Tuesday loss to Toronto, what is next for Hicks and the depth of the team this year.
Amy Marxkors and Michael Kelley begin the show talking about the shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde Texas, and hear the audio from Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr on the topic. Marxkors and Kelley talk about what measures need to be taken to make these shootings stop and they include raising age from 18 to 21 to buy a weapon. Tom Ackerman jumps in and talks with Cardinals Manager Oli Marmol about Tuesday loss to Toronto, what is next for Hicks and the depth of the team this year.
There have been just has many crimes on the subway in New York since the pandemic started than in the previous 10 years. Kelley has gotten caught watching a lot of the show Tiny Houses. Plus going to the movies and a review of the new Top Gun.
Amy Marxkors thinks that she might be stealing her neighbor’s paper, she runs through what is happening and Michael Kelley gives the final verdict. John Hancock joins Marxkors and Kelley discussing Tuesday’s primary elections in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Minnesota and Texas. KMOX host of Dollars and Sense Dave Simons talks the value of the US dollar going up in Europe. Finally, Marxkors and Kelley play dead or alive.
Jeremy Rutherford, Blues writer for The Athletic joins the show talking about the incident with Kadri and Binnington including the throwing of the water bottle and what is to expect tonight. Next, Marxkors and Kelley talk about immigration driving Hispanic vote to GOP. Runner Jackie Pirtle Hall joins Marxkors and Kelley talking her summer running camp for girls.
Amy Marxkors and Michael Kelley start the show talking about the weekend in sports from the Kadri hit on Binnington to the PGA Championship. Eric Boehm, Reason Magazine joins the show talking about the baby formula shortage and flying military jets from Europe to bring formula. Finally, find out what Marxkors has been watching.
Eric Boehm, Reason Magazine talks with Amy Marxkors about the baby formula shortage and flying military jets from Europe to bring formula.
The H&K show continues with Michael Kelley and former executive director of the Missouri Republican Party Jean Evans while John Hancock is out for the day. They talk with KMOX Golf Analyst Dan Reardon about the PGA Championship, and after that, they discuss Jean's former career as a professional athlete. Later, human hotels vs. dog kennels - the dog "hotel" might be cleaner.
Today on Hancock & Kelley, Michael Kelley is joined by former executive director of the Missouri Republican Party Jean Evans while John Hancock is out. They discuss the Missouri Congressional session, talk with KMOV Reporter Lauren Trager about thousands of victims that are waiting for justice as cases remain in limbo. Later they talk about the Wentzville school district book ban, and after that, changes that are coming to the board of Alderman in St. Louis.
Carol Daniels and Ryan Wrecker sit in during the old Charlie Brennan spot while Amy is out. They talk about the Godfrey Illinois Corn Maze, which is making a crop change this year, the Full House fake news that almost tricked Ryan, and what to expect from the return of the circus. Later, they talk with Gloria Lloyd, a reporter for the St. Louis Business Journal about the expansion of the America's Center and how much it's going to cost those who live in the city. After that, Dr. Ness Sandoval, Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology Program Director, and Public and Social Policy Associate Director with St. Louis University's Geospatial Institute, gives us a call to discuss migration and growing populations.
Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology Program Director, and Public and Social Policy Associate Director with the St. Louis University's Geospatial Institute, Dr. Ness Sandoval calls in to talk with Ryan and Carol about migration and the growing populations of O'Fallon and St. Charles.
Steve Elhmann, St. Charles Co. Executive and Historian, calls in to talk about everything to see at the new exhibit at the St. Charles Heritage Museum, which should open May 21st, 2022.
While Amy is out, Ryan Wrecker and Carol Daniel take over! Today Carol shares a few interviews that she did with veterans that took their honors flight. They discuss the primaries, inflation and baby formula with Major Garrett. Later, they talk stocks and investments with Dave Simons, Certified Financial Planner and Senior VP of Investments at UBS. After that, Steve Elhmann, St. Charles Co. Executive and Historian, calls in to talk about what's to come to the St. Charles Heritage Museum.
John Hancock and Michael Kelley are in on this Wednesday, Cardinals Broadcaster John Rooney joins them talking about the double header split against the Mets, going up against Max Scherzer tonight, and the good start to the career of Yepez who is putting in the work to get better. Kelley gets up on his soapbox and voices his opinion on the crime and the streets needing to be paved. Kelley talks about his excitement for the new Top Gun movie but refuses to go to the theater to see it and garage parties. Finally, Hancock provides an update on his call to figure out his taxes.
Cardinals Broadcaster John Rooney joins Hancock and Kelley talking about the double header split against the Mets, going up against Max Scherzer tonight, and the good start to the career of Yepez who is putting in the work to get better.