Radio Station Boss Resigns After Workplace Fight
ST. LOUIS (AP) - A fist fight at a St. Louis radio station has led to the resignation of the sports-talk station's president.
Grand Slam Sports president Don Marshall was hospitalized last week after a fight with KFNS-AM morning host Brian McKenna, who was arrested by police but has not been charged with a crime as city prosecutors continue to review the case.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Marshall resigned on Thursday as the company's president and managing partner. Grand Slam Sports owns two local AM stations.
The fight came after a talk-show host at KXFN-AM, the company's other station, criticized McKenna, who was fired after the workplace confrontation.