ST. LOUIS – Good Sunday morning. Welcome to “Hancock & Kelley,” where we dive into the top issues of the week.
First on the show this week, a Florissant school contaminated by radioactive waste makes national headlines and unites political enemies in Congresswoman Cori Bush and Senator Josh Hawley.
Also on the program:
- President Joe Biden turns to St. Louis to power the future of electric vehicles, but will it register with voters?
- Candidates don’t seem to debate anymore, but we’ve got a big one coming in this very studio – the St. Louis County Executive’s race.
- NFL owners stick it to one of their own, Rams owner Enos Stanley Kroenke, for moving his team from St. Louis to Los Angeles.
- British Prime Minister Liz Truss announces she’s quitting after just 45 days in office.