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DIY 4th of July

106.5 The Arch will help you light up the sky this 4th of July! The OFFICIAL, patriotic soundtrack for fireworks starts at 9:30 Independence Day! Turn us on in your car, stream the free Arch App, or take a boombox!  If you’re doing your OWN backyard blowout, download the list of songs we’ll play to choreograph your fireworks to music ... Read More »

Fireworks, the 4th of July and I heart STL

Haven’t pledged my love to STL lately so here is my song.    Heading into one of my favorite holiday weekends, I am SO excited for all the festivities.   So many places to see fireworks (and I LOVE fireworks).    I may just go see fireworks every night. RFT put together a GREAT list of places to view. It’s ... Read More »

#SNlisten: Do Pets Need Their Own Social Media Page

Cassiday and Spencer have social media accounts just for their dogs…Brando, who doesn’t have a dog, doesn’t understand why people do make them accounts… Follow the pups on Instagram! Zeus: @ZeusDay/Ron: RonSwansonTheTerrier Read More »

#CantBeatCassiday – 6-28-2017

Each weekday morning Cassiday puts $83.74 of her own money on the line during Can’t Beat Cassiday.  We will play again Thursday morning at 7:50! Here are the questions and answers for today! Let us know how you did!                                                                            CAN’T BEAT CASSIDAY (90-6) NICK JONAS RELEASED A NEW MUSIC VIDEO. WHAT BOY BAND WAS NICK A MEMBER OF? JONAS ... Read More »

#SNlisten: Fireworks Cause Damage

Spencer heard through the grapevine that his uncle had a boat damaged because of fireworks…we decided to give him a call Read More »

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    Australian police charge Vatican cardinal with sex offenses

    SYDNEY (AP) — Australian police charged a top Vatican cardinal on Thursday with multiple counts of historical sexual assault offenses, a stunning decision certain to rock the highest levels of the Holy See. Cardinal George Pell, Pope Francis’ chief financial adviser and Australia’s most senior Catholic, is the highest-ranking Vatican official to ever be charged in the church’s long-running sexual ...
  • Matt Holliday

    Holliday joins Castro, Hicks on Yanks’ DL; Austin next?

    CHICAGO (AP) — Matt Holliday joined Starlin Castro, Aaron Hicks and Greg Bird on the disabled list of the slumping New York Yankees due to a viral infection, and Tyler Austin also could be heading to the DL. Manager Joe Girardi said Wednesday that Holliday returned to New York for more tests. Girardi said doctors ruled out mononucleosis. “We’re really ...
  • Nicolas Maduro

    Venezuela hunts for copter pilot behind ‘terrorist attack’

    CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Oscar Perez is a cop, pilot, action movie star and dog trainer. He’s now also a fugitive, accused of strafing two key Venezuelan government buildings from a helicopter in a quixotic attempt to set off a revolt against President Nicolas Maduro. Authorities on Wednesday conducted a nationwide manhunt for Perez a day after the government charged ...
  • Motorcycle lover to be buried in his Harley-Davidson sidecar

    STEEL CITY, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania man who loved motorcycles and recently died is taking one last ride. Family members say 89-year-old Steel City resident Arthur Werner Sr. made plans way ahead of his death from cancer Sunday to be buried in the sidecar of his 1990 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail. LehighValleyLive.com reports he found a funeral home run by ...
  • Prosecutors settle Panda Express discrimination claim

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal prosecutors say they have reached a settlement with Panda Express over allegations the company discriminated against workers who were not U.S. citizens. Under the settlement announced on Wednesday, Panda Express will pay a $400,000 penalty to the U.S. government and establish a $200,000 fund for workers. The U.S. Department of Justice says an investigation found Panda ...
  • Moon Jae-in

    South Korean leader vows to stand with Trump on NKorea

    WASHINGTON (AP) — South Korea’s new leader vowed Wednesday to stand firmly with President Donald Trump against North Korea, playing down his past advocacy of a softer approach toward the nuclear-armed nation as he made his first visit as president to Washington. President Moon Jae-in offered an emotional tribute to Marines who fought in a fierce battle in the Korean ...
  • Perjury case dropped against ex-trooper in Sandra Bland case

    HEMPSTEAD, Texas (AP) — A judge dismissed a misdemeanor perjury charge against a fired Texas state trooper Wednesday in a case arising from his 2015 arrest of Sandra Bland, a black woman who was later found dead in a county jail. The charge against Brian Encinia was dropped after he agreed to surrender his state law enforcement license and certification ...
  • Rock Hall of Fame to open $15M ‘Power of Rock’ exhibit

    CLEVELAND (AP) — Rock ‘n’ roll fans can get a taste of what it’s like to be a star inducted at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame beginning this weekend. The museum is opening a $15 million exhibit called “Power of Rock,” featuring film clips, laser lights, concert smoke, under-seat speakers and recorded stories by Hall of Fame inductees, ...
  • Film academy invites Thor, Wonder Woman to joins its ranks

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Thor, Captain America, Wonder Woman and Betty White have been invited to join the film academy. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences revealed its latest invitees on Wednesday, which include several artists from the worlds of action and comedy. “We are looking in areas that historically we hadn’t,” film academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs ...
  • Prince

    Song from Prince’s father being released on his 101st b’day

    NEW YORK (AP) — A new song from Prince’s late father, produced at Paisley Park, is being released Thursday to celebrate what would have been his 101st birthday. Prince’s half-sister, Sharon Nelson, produced the jazzy “Heart of Mine” by John L. Nelson and said it is the first single from the album, “Don’t Play With Love, The John L. Nelson ...
  • Al Capone

    Correction: Gangster Auction story

    BOSTON (AP) — In a story June 24 about the auction of items connected to famous gangsters, The Associated Press, relying on information from the auction house, erroneously attributed the music and lyrics of a piece titled “Humoresque.” While Al Capone did write down the music and lyrics, the piece was originally composed by Antonin Dvorak and written by Howard ...
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda

    Lin-Manuel Miranda has celebs singing ‘Hamilton’ for charity

    NEW YORK (AP) — Lin-Manuel Miranda has Hollywood singing lyrics from his hit musical, “Hamilton,” in order to raise money for a coalition of nonprofits focused on immigration. Celebrity participants in Miranda’s #Ham4All challenge include Ben Stiller, Kelly Clarkson and Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry. The challenge calls for participants to donate money and to take a video of ...
  • After 2018 in NYC, Grammys will return to LA in 2019

    NEW YORK (AP) — The 2018 Grammy Awards will be held in New York City, but the show will return to Los Angeles for four years beginning in 2019. The Recording Academy announced Wednesday it signed a four-year deal with the AEG entertainment company to host the show at the Staples Center. The academy says the show brings an estimated ...
  • Elvis Presley hit ‘Love Me Tender’ inspires picture book

    NEW YORK (AP) — One of Elvis Presley’s biggest hits is the latest song to be turned into a picture book, and part of an effort to introduce the King to a new generation. Dial Books for Young Readers told The Associated Press on Wednesday that a book based on “Love Me Tender” is coming out Nov. 13. “Elvis Presley’s ...
  • ABC, meat producer settle in $1.9B ‘pink slime’ libel suit

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — ABC and a South Dakota meat producer announced a settlement Wednesday in a $1.9 billion lawsuit against the network over its reports on a beef product that critics dubbed “pink slime.” The terms of the settlement including its amount are confidential. Dakota Dunes-based Beef Products Inc. sued ABC in 2012, saying ABC’s coverage misled consumers ...
  • White House reporter says he’s tired of being bullied

    NEW YORK (AP) — The reporter who accused White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders of inflaming the public against the media at a press briefing says he did it because he’s tired of being bullied by the administration. Brian Karem, an editor at the Washington-area Sentinel newspapers, became an instant symbol in the tense relationship between the president and journalists ...
  • Anthony Scaramucci

    Retracted CNN story a boon for president at war with media

    NEW YORK (AP) — For a president seemingly at perpetual war with “fake news,” the resignation of three CNN journalists over a retracted story about a Donald Trump Russian connection is a gift from the political gods when the struggling effort to pass a health bill dominates the headlines. The White House quickly took advantage Tuesday with blistering presidential tweets ...
  • Michel Temer

    Brazil’s president says corruption charge is ‘soap opera’

    SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil’s president dismissed corruption allegations against him as a “soap opera plot” Tuesday and sought to cast doubt on the motivations of the country’s top prosecutor a day after a scathing indictment was issued against the leader. President Michel Temer is fighting to hold onto his job after Attorney General Rodrigo Janot filed an indictment with ...
  • For a week, Fallon retakes the lead from Colbert

    NEW YORK (AP) — Jimmy Fallon has topped Stephen Colbert in late-night ratings for the first time since Donald Trump has been president. But the NBC comic might want to keep the champagne on ice. The Nielsen company said that Fallon’s “Tonight” show averaged 2.66 million viewers last week, a whisker above the 2.62 million achieved by Colbert’s “Late Show.” ...
  • Nielsen’s top programs for June 19-25

    NEW YORK (AP) — Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for June 19-25. Listings include the week’s ranking and viewership. 1. “America’s Got Talent” (Tuesday), NBC, 12.74 million. 2. “World of Dance,” NBC, 7.61 million. 3. “60 Minutes,” CBS, 7.45 million. 4. “Little Big Shots,” NBC, 7.43 million. 5. “Celebrity Family Feud,” ABC, 7.25 million. 6. “NCIS,” CBS, 6.53 million. ...
  • Outdoor Channel star sentenced for poaching in Wyoming

    KEMMERER, Wyo. (AP) — The star of an Outdoor Channel hunting show has been fined $23,000 and given a suspended jail sentence for poaching in Wyoming. The incident occurred in October on Spring Creek Ranch, a property owned by the “Wildgame Nation” star, Billy A. Busbice Jr. Busbice was caught when Kemmerer Game Warden Chris Baird was told by other ...
  • Nicolas Maduro

    Venezuela hunts for copter pilot behind ‘terrorist attack’

    CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Oscar Perez is a cop, pilot, action movie star and dog trainer. He’s now also a fugitive, accused of strafing two key Venezuelan government buildings from a helicopter in a quixotic attempt to set off a revolt against President Nicolas Maduro. Authorities on Wednesday conducted a nationwide manhunt for Perez a day after the government charged ...
  • Film academy invites Thor, Wonder Woman to joins its ranks

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Thor, Captain America, Wonder Woman and Betty White have been invited to join the film academy. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences revealed its latest invitees on Wednesday, which include several artists from the worlds of action and comedy. “We are looking in areas that historically we hadn’t,” film academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs ...
  • R2-D2 droid used in Star Wars films sells for $2.76m

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — An R2-D2 droid that was used in several “Star Wars” films has sold at auction for nearly $3 million. The auction house Profiles in History said the 43-inch tall unit that was compiled from parts used throughout filming of the original trilogy sold for $2.76 million at an auction Wednesday. There was no information about who ...
  • Michael Nyqvist

    ‘John Wick,’ ‘Dragon Tattoo’ star Michael Nyqvist dies at 56

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Swedish actor Michael Nyqvist, who starred in the original “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” films and often played villains in Hollywood movies like “John Wick” has died. Nyqvist’s representative Jenny Tversky said Tuesday that he died after a year-long battle with lung cancer. He was 56. Nyqvist is perhaps best known worldwide for originating the ...
  • Box Office Top 20: ‘Transformers 5’ tops with series low

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Michael Bay’s “Transformers: The Last Knight” topped the box office charts, but it was a dubious success. The fifth installment in the series took in a franchise low of $68.5 million in its first five days in theaters, $44.7 million of which came from weekend sales. In second place, “Wonder Woman” took in an additional $24.9 ...
  • Charlie Sheen owner of Ruth memorabilia up for auction

    Charlie Sheen hasn’t portrayed Babe Ruth in a film, but the actor did have two of the most prized items of Ruth memorabilia. Sheen on Monday revealed himself as the owner of Ruth’s 1927 World Series ring and the 1919 contract of Ruth’s sale from the Red Sox to the Yankees, which are part of the first Lelands.com Invitational Auction. ...
  • ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ debuts to a franchise low

    NEW YORK (AP) — The hulking machines of “Transformers” are no longer box-office behemoths in North America. But they’re still big in China. Michael Bay’s “Transformers: The Last Knight,” the fifth installment in the Hasbro series, scored a franchise-low domestic debut with an estimated $43.5 million in ticket sales over the weekend and a five-day total of $69.1 million since ...
  • Jeff Bridges

    Bridges takes chilled approach in heated political rhetoric

    Jeff Bridges played a president in “The Contender,” a political flick released nearly two decades ago in the wake of President Bill Clinton’s White House scandals. But when it comes to critiquing the role of today’s real-life president, Bridges is a lot more laid back than some of his fellow celebrities. How would The Dude, the character he played in ...
  • Stephen Curry

    Warriors’ Curry to play Web.com Tour’s Ellie Mae Classic

    HAYWARD, Calif. (AP) — Two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry is set to test his golf game against the pros. The Web.com Tour said Wednesday that Curry, coming off his second NBA championship with the Golden State Warriors, will play in the Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae on Aug. 3-6. It’ll be the first PGA Tour-sanctioned event for Curry, who ...
  • Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Jason Statham welcome a baby boy

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — It’s a boy for model-actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and her fiancé, Jason Statham. Huntington-Whiteley wrote in an Instagram post Wednesday that son Jack Oscar Statham was born on Saturday weighing 8.8 pounds. She included a photo of a tiny hand holding her finger. A publicist for the former Victoria’s Secret model did not immediately respond to a ...
  • Abbe Lowell, Steve Sandberg

    Kushner lawyer seasoned in navigating Washington scandals

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Abbe Lowell’s clients have included some of the country’s most prominent politicians, companies and celebrities. The latest addition to the lawyer’s list: Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of President Donald Trump. In selecting Lowell to represent him in Russia-related investigations before Congress and special counsel Robert Mueller, Kushner has turned to one of the best-known trial lawyers in ...
  • Knicks, Phil Jackson part ways after dismal 3-year run

    NEW YORK (AP) — Phil Jackson wanted to trade Carmelo Anthony and wouldn’t rule out dealing Kristaps Porzingis. Turns out, Jackson is the one leaving. Jackson is out as New York Knicks president after he oversaw one of the worst eras in team history, with the team saying in a statement Wednesday that they had “mutually agreed to part company.” ...
  • Robert Durst

    Robert Durst’s pals resist testifying at California hearing

    MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) — Two of Robert Durst’s longtime friends are fighting in a New York court to avoid being sent to testify at a pretrial hearing in the millionaire’s murder case in California next month. Stewart Altman, who graduated from high school with Durst nearly 60 years ago, and his wife, Emily, appeared Wednesday in a Long Island courtroom, ...
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda

    Lin-Manuel Miranda has celebs singing ‘Hamilton’ for charity

    NEW YORK (AP) — Lin-Manuel Miranda has Hollywood singing lyrics from his hit musical, “Hamilton,” in order to raise money for a coalition of nonprofits focused on immigration. Celebrity participants in Miranda’s #Ham4All challenge include Ben Stiller, Kelly Clarkson and Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry. The challenge calls for participants to donate money and to take a video of ...