Gateway Arch

10/4/11...Crews performed their annual duty by changing the flashing red light on top of the Gateway Arch, working 630' above ground. KMOX went along for the ride. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Light Malfunction May Keep The Arch Dark Tonight

The lights are paid for by the Gateway Foundation and Honious says the foundation is not exactly sure why they haven’t been working since a scheduled two-week darkness to protect migratory birds.

10/18/2013

(KMOX/Brett Blume)

From Near Or From Far, Visitors Glad To Get Back Into The Gateway Arch

Fed. government reboot is good news for visitors who almost missed Arch experience.

10/17/2013

St. Louis Gateway Arch, (KMOX/file photo)

Talks Continue to Reopen Arch, Despite Federal Shutdown

Its the Gateway to the West, a tourist destination in a town that may be hosting the World Series — and its closed. Talks continue to find some way to reopen the Gateway Arch.

10/14/2013

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Downtown Road Closure for Park Over the Highway Project

A busy area of downtown St. Louis will close for about a month starting today as part of the project to improve the area around the Gateway Arch.

10/14/2013

Visitors leave the south entrance to the Gateway Arch after discovering the monument is closed in St. Louis on October 1, 2013. The Arch and other National Parks throughout the United States are closed due to the federal government shutdown. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

World Monuments Fund to Address Arch Corrosion

The World Monuments Fund announced it will try to help refurbish 67 endangered monuments or sites in 41 countries and territories.

10/09/2013

Photo: KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images

Arch, Campgrounds Among Idled Missouri Facilities

Baseball fans arriving in St. Louis for the start of the playoffs this week can scratch off one potential side visit — the Gateway Arch. The lingering dispute over President Barack Obama’s health care law prompted a partial federal government shutdown Tuesday. Nationwide, some 800,000 federal workers are off the job, though services deemed critical, such as law enforcement and disaster assistance, continued. The shutdown idled many offices and facilities in Missouri, including Army Corps of Engineers-operated campgrounds, boat ramps and visitors centers.

10/02/2013

The Gateway Arch is seen in this April 1

‘Arch Tax’ Goes Into Effect in St. Louis City, County

The new 3/16 of a cent sales tax was approved by voters back in April. It is designed to raise money for parks and renovation of the Gateway Arch.

10/01/2013

(Win McNamee/Getty Images)

St. Louisans Prepare for Potential Government Shutdown

Federal lawmakers were trying Monday to reach a spending agreement to avert a shutdown after midnight. In St. Louis, the most immediate effects would include the closure of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and the Gateway Arch.

09/30/2013

Fireworks illuminate the sky near the Gateway Arch on the St. Louis riverfront on the last night of Fair St. Louis on July 4, 2011.  UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Fair St. Louis Moving from Arch Grounds in 2014

A $380 million renovation of the Arch area will be in full swing next July, forcing the popular Fourth of July event to move elsewhere.

09/20/2013

AFP PHOTO / Karen BLEIER

Wingsuit Flyer Promises to Avoid the Arch

Spokeswoman Meghan Spork said Polli will reach speeds of 140 mph as he does stunts such as flips during the three-minute flight over downtown.

08/22/2013

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