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  • September 1, 2014
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Foreign Reporters Talk about Ferguson

Foreign Reporters Talk about Ferguson
Journalists from around the world came to St. Louis to cover the unrest in Ferguson. After Michael Brown's funeral, the Nine Network's Jim Kirchherr talked with three foreign reporters about... Continue →

PBS NewsHour | Ferguson residents speak to town’s tragedy

PBS NewsHour | Ferguson residents speak to town’s tragedy
“While mourners lay Michael Brown to rest, the meaning and impact of the death of the unarmed African-American teenager continues to provoke discourse around the nation. For insight on the... Continue →

Stay Tuned | #Ferguson

Stay Tuned | #Ferguson
This special edition of Stay Tuned features a conversation with trusted faith and community leaders who were on the ground in Ferguson.

Donnybrook | August 21, 2014

Donnybrook | August 21, 2014
Charlie Brennan leads the Donnybrook panel in an hour-long discussion on the events in Ferguson.

Donnybrook | August 14, 2014

Donnybrook | August 14, 2014
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Alvin Reid and Ray Hartmann.

Donnybrook | August 7, 2014

Donnybrook | August 7, 2014
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Joe Holleman, Alvin Reid and Ray Hartmann.

Donnybrook | July 31, 2014

Donnybrook | July 31, 2014
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Alvin Reid and Ray Hartmann.

Stay Tuned | Summer Voter’s Guide

Stay Tuned | Summer Voter's Guide
On July 24, 2014, Stay Tuned examined the St. Louis County Executive primary and transportation, gun rights & farm bill amendments. Watch “Summer Voter’s Guide” below:  

Donnybrook | July 24, 2014

Donnybrook | July 24, 2014
Alvin Reid hosts with Brenda Talent, Bill McClellan, John Hancock and D.J. Wilson.

Constructing STL: Development in our Region

Constructing STL: Development in our Region
On July 17, 2014, Stay Tuned examined “Constructing STL: Development in our Region.”

Donnybrook | July 17, 2014

Donnybrook | July 17, 2014
Alvin Reid hosts with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, John Hancock and Ray Hartmann.

Stay Tuned | STL Start-Up Scene

Stay Tuned | STL Start-Up Scene
On July 10, 2014, Stay Tuned examined entrepreneurship & the “STL Start-Up Scene.”

Donnybrook | July 10, 2014

Donnybrook | July 10, 2014
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Alvin Reid and Ray Hartmann.

Donnybrook | July 3, 2014

Donnybrook | July 3, 2014
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Alvin Reid and Ray Hartmann.

Donnybrook | June 26, 2014

Donnybrook | June 26, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including Francis Howell’s decision to reject Normandy transfer students; Governor Nixon’s announcement that he will freeze or veto $1.1 billion in funding unless tax cut vetoes... Continue →

Stay Tuned | For the Sake of All

Stay Tuned | For the Sake of All
Stay Tuned discusses the "For the Sake of All" report. Casey Nolen hosts this weekly discussion series featuring input from participants via Twitter and Google+ Hangouts.

Donnybrook | June 12, 2014

Donnybrook | June 12, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including recently released comments that Archbishop Robert Carlson made in 1984; zoo parking rate increases during Fair St. Louis; a report on excessive wait times for... Continue →

Genealogy Roadshow in St. Louis!

Genealogy Roadshow in St. Louis!
Ever wanted a genealogist to look into your family tree? Now is your chance: get help from the team at GENEALOGY ROADSHOW! Season 2 is coming to St. Louis on... Continue →

Donnybrook | June 5, 2014

Donnybrook | June 5, 2014
Panelists debate topics including Rex Sinquefield’s comments about Jay Nixon; Charlie Dooley’s refusal to debate Steve Stenger; Fair St. Louis parking; accusations against the Fox C-6 school district tracing back... Continue →

Donnybrook | May 29, 2014

Donnybrook | May 29, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including a measure to increase the Missouri sales tax to fund road and bridge repairs; the school transfer law veto by Governor Nixon; barricades put up... Continue →

Stay Tuned | Suburban Poverty

Stay Tuned | Suburban Poverty
Stay Tuned examines the issue of Suburban Poverty. Casey Nolen hosts this weekly discussion series featuring input from participants via Twitter and Google+ Hangouts.

Donnybrook | May 22, 2014

Donnybrook | May 22, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including the problems related to school transfers; the division of revenue from slot machines at Fairmount Park; a parking ticket that was successfully contested; the decision... Continue →

Donnybrook | May 15, 2014

Donnybrook | May 15, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including the St. Louis Rams drafting Michael Sam; the constitutionality of the school transfer law; the sex discrimination case against Anheuser-Busch; prison officials banning the May... Continue →

Donnybrook | May 8, 2014

Donnybrook | May 8, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including the Missouri income tax cuts; the sex discrimination case against Anheuser-Busch; Chesterfield mayor Bob Nation’s threat to secede from St. Louis County; the Lyft ride... Continue →

Donnybrook | April 24, 2014

Donnybrook | April 24, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including the third attempt to impeach Gov. Jay Nixon; the ride sharing program Lyft being shut down in MO; whether the debate between Charlie Dooley and... Continue →

Donnybrook | April 17, 2014

Donnybrook | April 17, 2014
Topics include Mizzou Basketball Coach Frank Haith leaving for Tulsa; Mizzou taking steps to ensure that all regulations including Title 9 are followed; police sending warning letters to customers of... Continue →

Crime in St. Louis

Crime in St. Louis
Stay Tuned
On April 10, 2014, Stay Tuned looked at crime in the St. Louis region.

Donnybrook | March 27, 2014

Donnybrook | March 27, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including Rick Stream running for St. Louis County Executive; State Auditor Tom Schweich running unopposed for re-election; whether or not the dress code at Ballpark Village... Continue →

Donnybrook | March 20, 2014

Donnybrook | March 20, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including the verdict of the Cornell McKay trial; the family of Hailey Owens filing a civil suit against the accused murderer; a Wildwood teen being fined... Continue →

Donnybrook | March 13, 2014

Donnybrook | March 13, 2014
Topics include updates on the deal to bring concerts to downtown; Ballwin opposing the city and county merging; Art McCoy leaving his position for undisclosed reasons; the latest on the... Continue →

Donnybrook | March 6, 2014

Donnybrook | March 6, 2014
Topics include how incorrect weather predictions affect business; proposed 20 year exclusive deal to bring summer concerts to Downton; whether Schlafly’s trademark discredits others named Schlafly; Jane Cunningham entering the... Continue →

Donnybrook | February 27, 2014

Donnybrook | February 27, 2014
Today’s topics include Jay Nixon’s chances in the presidential race; a bill allowing businesses to refuse service for religious reasons; removing trees to build the trolley; defense cuts hurting employment;... Continue →

Stay Tuned | STL 250

Stay Tuned | STL 250
This episode of Stay Tuned, with guest host Jim Kirchherr, discussed the 250th birthday of St. Louis and civic pride.

Donnybrook | February 20, 2014

Donnybrook | February 20, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including the Olympic hockey game between USA and Canada; VP Joe Biden promoting the $14 million Central Port stimulus package; giving tax credit for donating to... Continue →

Donnybrook | February 13, 2014

Donnybrook | February 13, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including Michael Sam, the first openly gay player going into the NFL; Better Together’s report supporting joining city and county; Brad Coleman’s disability claim; red light... Continue →

Neighborhood Development and Revitalization

Neighborhood Development and Revitalization
Stay Tuned
Casey Nolen hosts this weekly discussion series featuring input from participants via Facebook, Twitter and Google+ Hangouts. Guest Host: Jim Kirchherr

Donnybrook | February 6, 2014

Donnybrook | February 6, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including Rams owner Stan Kroenke purchasing land in California; Missouri rejecting Medicaid expansion; Jefferson City reforming malpractice to cap court winnings at $350,000; Charlie Dooley suggesting... Continue →

Donnybrook | January 30, 2014

Donnybrook | January 30, 2014
Panelists discuss controversial topics including how Mizzou handled an alleged rape; performing background checks on the police executive board; the poor construction of a St. Louis County crime lab; an... Continue →

Stay Tuned | Attracting and Retaining Talent

Stay Tuned | Attracting and Retaining Talent
Stay Tuned
Casey Nolen hosts this weekly discussion series featuring input from participants via Facebook, Twitter and Google+ Hangouts.

Donnybrook | January 16, 2014

Donnybrook | January 16, 2014
The panel discusses controversial topics including a KSDK reporter putting a Kirkwood school on lockdown; the delay in learning about illegal activities in local healthcare; disbanding failing school districts to... Continue →

Donnybrook | January 9, 2014

Donnybrook | January 9, 2014
The panel discusses controversial topics including the lack of snow plowing in St. Louis; Boeing contract approval at the cost of worker pensions; UMSL considering giving state tuition to undocumented... Continue →

Donnybrook | December 19, 2013

Donnybrook | December 19, 2013
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Alvin Reid and Ray Hartmann. The panel discusses controversial topics including the outcome of the race for St. Louis County Police Board;... Continue →

Donnybrook | December 5, 2013

Donnybrook | December 5, 2013
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Alvin Reid and Ray Hartmann. The panel discusses controversial topics including machinist, Gordon King, refusing to bid on a Boeing contract; IKEA... Continue →

Donnybrook | November 21, 2013

Donnybrook | November 21, 2013
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Ray Hartmann, Alvin Reid and DJ Wilson. The panel discusses controversial issues such as: the announcement that DeLasalle, a successful Catholic middle school is... Continue →

Donnybrook | November 14, 2013

Donnybrook | November 14, 2013
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Ray Hartmann and Alvin Reid. The panel discusses controversial issues such as: Jay Nixon’s desire to end border war between Missouri and... Continue →

Health Insurance Marketplace: A Community Conversation

Health Insurance Marketplace: A Community Conversation
This one-hour special examines the challenges and opportunities in the Health Insurance Marketplace. Moderated by Nine’s Jim Kirchherr.

Donnybrook | November 7, 2013

Donnybrook | November 7, 2013
Charlie Brennan debates with Brenda Talent, Bill McClellan, Alvin Reid and Ray Hartmann. The panel discusses controversial issues such as: the legalization of gay marriage in Illinois, Missouri’s decision to... Continue →

Open for Business

Open for Business
This half-hour special explores the health insurance marketplace as well as Missouri healthcare issues and the coverage gap with consumers, experts and reporters.

Donnybrook – October 31, 2013

Donnybrook - October 31, 2013
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Ray Hartmann and Alvin Reid. The panel discusses controversial issues including: the Cardinals’ World Series loss, the refusal of the Normandy School... Continue →

Donnybrook | October 24, 2013

Donnybrook | October 24, 2013
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Ray Hartmann and Alvin Reid. The panel discusses controversial issues including: whether or not the Cardinals NLCS win is being blown out... Continue →

Donnybrook | October 17, 2013

Donnybrook | October 17, 2013
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Ray Hartmann and Alvin Reid. The panel discusses controversial issues including: the end of the government shutdown, the announcement of Steve Stenger’s... Continue →

Nine Network Examines the Health Insurance Marketplace

Nine Network Examines the Health Insurance Marketplace
One month after the Affordable Care Act’s Health Insurance Marketplace opened, the Nine Network takes a look at how it’s affecting people in our region. Three programs to be broadcast... Continue →

Donnybrook | October 10, 2013

Donnybrook | October 10, 2013
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Ray Hartmann and Alvin Reid. The panel discusses controversial issues including: the Alderman’s insistence that city residents have the first pick of... Continue →

Donnybash | October 3, 2013

Donnybash | October 3, 2013
Charlie Brennan debates with Wendy Wiese, Bill McClellan, Ray Hartmann and Alvin Reid. Recorded live at The Sheldon. The panel discusses controversial topics such as: the effects of the government... Continue →

Donnybrook | September 26, 2013

Donnybrook | September 26, 2013
The panel discusses controversial issues including: Mayor Francis Slay’s attempts to get Archer Daniels Midland to move to St. Louis; the possibility of merging crime statistics for St. Louis City... Continue →

Donnybrook | September 19, 2013

Donnybrook | September 19, 2013
The panel discusses controversial issues including: The recent conflict in Democratic party circles in St. Louis County where two prominent labor leaders declared they would not support Charlie Dooley... Continue →

Donnybrook | September 5, 2013

Donnybrook | September 5, 2013
The panel discuses controversial issues including: President Obama’s decision to take limited military action against Syria; bills vetoed by the governor; the state auditor’s recent report that many St. Louis... Continue →

Donnybrook | August 29, 2013

Donnybrook | August 29, 2013
Topics include: Tim Fitch, Police chief of St. Louis County; Ray Wagner quits police board making him the third person to recently resign; Texas Governor Rick Perry visits Missouri to... Continue →

Donnybrook | August 22, 2013

Donnybrook | August 22, 2013
The panel discusses controversial topics including the recent resignation announcements by Father Biondi and Greg Sansone; Texas Governor Rick Perry starts new radio commercials urging Missouri business owners to move... Continue →

Donnybrook | August 15, 2013

Donnybrook | August 15, 2013
The panel discusses the State Fair rodeo controversy in Sedalia, Missouri; the resignation of Greg Sansone, chairman of the St. Louis County police board and owner of SM Mechanicals, from... Continue →

Donnybrook | August 8, 2013

Donnybrook | August 8, 2013
The panel discusses controversial topics including the latest school transfer issues; St. Louis County police chief Tim Fitch's plan to merge crime statistics of the city and county; increased... Continue →

Donnybrook | August 1, 2013

Donnybrook | August 1, 2013
The panel discusses controversial topics including the transfer deadline for Riverview Garden and Normandy students; Illinois Governor Pat Quinn’s stance on gun laws in reference to 2nd Amendment rights; St.... Continue →

Donnybrook | July 25, 2013

Donnybrook | July 25, 2013
Topics include a fatal shooting on the Meramec River, stand your ground laws, Riverview Garden transfer students, the Missouri governor's veto of tax cut legislation and more.

Donnybrook | July 18, 2013

Donnybrook | July 18, 2013
Topics include the Normandy and Riverview Garden transfer students, the acquittal of George Zimmerman, the South County connector and more.

St. Louis Mayoral Primary Forum

St. Louis Mayoral Primary Forum
St. Louis Public Radio's Don Marsh hosted this forum with Democratic mayoral candidates before a live audience with Mayor Francis Slay, Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed and former Alderman... Continue →

Rustbelt to Artistbelt

Rustbelt to Artistbelt
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis producer Patrick Murphy profiles the Rustbelt to Artistbelt conference. The Regional Arts Commission held a three day conference in St. Louis in order to explore... Continue →

Nine Community Cinema – Personal Stories – Hell and Back Again

Nine Community Cinema - Personal Stories - Hell and Back Again
On April 5, 2012, Nine Community Cinema in St. Louis Missouri held a public screening of "Hell and Back Again," at the Missouri History Museum. What does it mean to... Continue →

Jim Lehrer Stepping Down From Regular Anchor Role

Jim Lehrer Stepping Down From Regular Anchor Role
PBS NewsHour
Jim Lehrer has announced that he is taking another step toward ending his 36 years of anchoring or co-anchoring our daily public television news broadcast.
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