Gov. Eric Greitens isn’t sparing the state’s Department of Agriculture from proposed budget cuts, but Missouri's agriculture director says farmers and ranchers will receive the same level of services they currently see. Still, a PIN source who grows corn, soybeans and hay is concerned that Missouri farmers are about to face tough times due to dropping commodity prices.
When two public schools in northwest St. Louis release their students for summer break in June, they’ll be closing their doors for good. A PIN source who is part of three generations who attended one of the schools shared what the closings mean to him, and to the neighborhoods they've served.
On the 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, PIN sources shared with "St. Louis on the Air "what they remember hearing about the attacks as they listened their families to radio reports.
From 1942 to 1945, more than 400,000 Axis prisoners were shipped to the United States and detained in camps across the nation. Missouri figured into this equation, housing some 15,000 prisoners of war from Germany and Italy inside state lines. PIN sour...