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Andrew Yang joins ABC News Live to discuss debate performance

Andrew Yang talks about what he calls 'the 4th industrial revolution' post October 2019 Debate

Andrew Yang on Wealth Tax October Debate 2019

Andrew Yang on Automation Revolution October 2019 Debate

Andrew Yang on Opioid Crisis October 2019 Debate

Andrew Yang Opening Statement October Debate

Discussion of Yang making 5th Debate from The Hill


Black Journalists to honor Living Legends

Three veteran journalists – producer Ruth Ezell, food columnist Cleora Hughes and photographer Odell Mitchell Jr. – will be recognized by the Greater St. Louis Association of Black Journalists (GSLABJ) as Living Legends for their outstanding careers on Saturday, October 19, at IL Monastero, 3050 Olive St. in Midtown.

Ezell, award-winning senior producer of Living St. Louis at the Nine Network, also has served as host for Channel 9 specials. She has served as vice president and in many other capacities with GSLABJ over the years.

A founding member of GSLABJ who also served as its president, Hughes was the first African-American editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s entertainment section. She was inducted into the St. Louis Media Hall of Fame in 2017.

Mitchell began his professional career as a staff photographer at the Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville. He retired after 25 years from an award-winning photography career at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.


Funding Request For Loop Trolley Gets Frosty Reception From St. Louis County Council Chief

The presiding officer of the St. Louis County Council won’t introduce legislation to provide more money for the Loop Trolley — a move that could make it very difficult to get measure past the finish line.

It’s a setback for a service that’s trying to piece together enough money to remain solvent through the rest of the year.

The Loop Trolley Company requested $200,000 from St. Louis County to keep the trolley running for the rest of the year. It also requested $500,000 to operate next year. If the company does not receive financial assistance, the trolley could stop operating as soon as Nov. 15.

St. Louis County Council Presiding Officer Ernie Trakas said on Monday he plans to acknowledge the request for funding at Tuesday’s council meeting. But he doesn’t plan to introduce legislation on the matter.


Andrew Yang on CBS Sunday Morning

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