St Patrick's Day is coming up, and I know a lot of you are going to be planning on heading out on the town. For most of us, we're not huge binge drinkers, but we like a little every now and then. So this new survey sheds some light into our every day habits.
Every day here on our stations, I'm thinking about different ways to interact with you. I know this whole radio thing isn't just me out there talking to myself. So it's very important to me that I get your input on stuff! That's what the weekly Enquiring Minds surveys are all about, picking your brain and seeing what you think about stuff.
With the Missouri State Fair here, a lot of you will be going out and enjoying some adult time on the grounds. Hangovers are the scourge of anyone who’s ever had too much to drink. And yet, people don’t seem to learn their lesson even during the workweek.
So the weekend is here and you and your friends are all going to go out and celebrate Cinco de Mayo, right? Of COURSE! It's what everyone does on Cinco de Mayo weekends. Pub crawls, ordering your favorite drink by the name "cervesa" just to be cool, cramming down the chips and salsa. Fun word to say, isn't it? "Sallllsaaaa."
But why are you celebrating it? Why, especially, are
A minor league hockey team thought getting a few college students out on its ice for 'College Olympics' on Jan. 18 would make for memorable intermission entertainment. They were right…for all the wrong reasons.
During this busy holiday season, the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety is reminding motorists to designate a driver or call a cab and avoid driving impaired. According to the Pettis County Sheriff's Office, law enforcement is on the lookout for impaired drivers, with targeted enforcement efforts Dec. 10-16.