Eddie O'Neill


Location icon United States of America

I'm a sucker for a good story. I've been telling them on TV, through the radio, the worldwide web and a myriad of print publications for close to 15 years now.
I've spoken to leaders in Congress, baseball major leaguers, Catholic cardinals and bishops. I've covered city hall, school board and told the tales of numerous local heroes, entrepreneurs, movers and shakers and just plain, good, ordinary folks.
What's your story? Let me tell it.

Missouri Life
Bake to the Future

A St. Louis bakery helps homeless folks find a real livelihood one cinnamon roll at a time.

Missouri Life
The pancake picasso

St. Louisan Dan Drake turns flapjacks into an art form, literally.

Rolla Daily News
Lessons in leather

Leather working is a labor of love for veteran Terry Cadenbach.

Fuel and Family Intersect at Casey's General Stores

This past year was one of the most difficult in Cindi Summers's career. The senior vice president of human resources for Casey's General Stores was part of a team responsible for finding a new HR information system. The project would ... Read More

Meet The Saddlemaking Cowboy Poet of Missouri

From the street, the small brick home looks like all the other bungalows in the St. Louis suburb of Overland. Inside, it couldn't be more different. Where a couch, coffee table, and TV would normally be found, there are dusty saddles, dangling lariats, and stained cowboy hats.

Catholic Missourian
WWII POW survived on Catholic faith

Gunther Skaletz, 90, writes of terror and survival in a Nazi concentration camp, as a prisoner of the Russian army and a teenage refugee in his autobiography, Life on Both Sides of the Wall.

Nicky Gibson's Taste for Talent

As a student at Mississippi State University in the mid-1990s, Nicky Gibson had her eyes set on a career as a chemical engineer. After graduation, she worked as a sales engineer in the petroleum specialties division at ExxonMobil. She found ... Read More