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Donna Korando

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Saint Louis, MO, United States

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On Chess: Life in the trenches, earning an IM/GM Norm

The St. Louis Chess Club and Scholastic Center is rightfully considered the most innovative, as well as friendliest, chess club in the world. The club made → Read More

Republicans prevail in Missouri down-ballot contests, incumbents win congressional races

Missouri voters have given the nod to Republicans running for secretary of state, attorney general, treasurer and lieutenant governor. In congressional → Read More

Election issues results: Amendments 1 (parks) and 2 (campaign limits) pass

As of 10 p.m. Tuesday, the Associated Press said Missouri voters had approved constitutional Amendment 1 and 2. → Read More

Incumbents prevail in area congressional races

Area congressional incumbents have bested their opponents, according to the Associated Press. Democratic incumbent Lacy Clay, University City, defeated → Read More

People and issues on your Nov. 8 ballot

As this election season finally winds down, St. Louis Public Radio is putting together a lot of the campaign coverage we did this year in the hope that → Read More

Who are the people on your primary ballot?

Tomorrow's primary election is notable for the divisive and expensive ads (especially for the Republican races for governor and attorney general). But → Read More

A cheat sheet for your April 5 ballot: MSD, car tax, schools, earnings tax and more

Over the past 10 days, St. Louis Public Radio has presented articles on some of the issues before area voters this week. Most of the municipal elections → Read More

Stadium task force refutes Rams' claims about rent, revenue

The St. Louis NFL Stadium Task Force is firing back. In its response to the Rams’ application to move to Los Angeles, it bemoans the way owner Stan Kroenke → Read More

Flood information at a glance

As Interstates 55 and 44 remain closed, area residents need alternate routes. Missouri drivers should check www.modot.org, and Illinois drivers should go → Read More

Anne Keefe: Grand dame of KMOX newsroom

Anne Keefe, who hosted “At Your Service” for almost 20 years on KMOX, has died. She had moved to Rochester, N.Y., to be with family after retiring in 1998. → Read More

'Comprehensive crime plan' targets 15 St. Louis neighborhoods

Shortly before the St. Louis Board of Aldermen started to debate the city’s portion of a financial package for a new National Football League stadium, → Read More

Film Festival: How do we measure quality of life?

This year St. Louis Public Radio is reviewing films from The St. Louis International Film Festival related to prominent issues facing our city. Yesterday → Read More

Cardinals fans ask: Where is the love?

Every year for the past five, Cardinals fans have headed into October knowing all is right in the world: Post-season play is about to commence. And each → Read More

How did the Ferguson Commission make its recommendations?

As the Ferguson Commission prepares to release its report Monday, looking back may be useful to put the work in context. Three hundred people responded to → Read More

Grand Center announces new president: Karin Hagaman

Grand Center Inc., which oversees development in the midtown arts district, will be led by Karin Hagaman starting in mid September. Currently head of → Read More

Summer Concerts: The world comes to Tower Grove Park with the International Festival

Those who are looking for something out of the ordinary run of entertainment in St. Louis have hit the jackpot this weekend. It’s time for the → Read More

Police kill St. Louis man, fire tear gas after protest builds

Updated at 11:15 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 19 with information on protests, police response - St. Louis police fired tear gas and made nine arrests Wednesday → Read More

Police kill young man in North St. Louis; officers say he pointed a gun at them while fleeing

Updated at 6:35 p.m. on Wed., August 19 with the identity of the deceased: On the anniversary of the shooting death of Kajieme Powell, another young → Read More

Partial brick wall collapse in Laclede's Landing closes part of Eads Bridge and a MetroLink stop

The St. Louis Fire Department reports that they believe everyone escaped from a building at 612 North Second Street where the bricks on part of the south → Read More

Summer Concerts: Huzzahs for early jazz and baseball

The Jazz St. Louis series “Swingin’ for the Fences” is coming to an end with a presentation by Washington University Professor Gerald Early tonight and an → Read More