One day after Gov. Jay Nixon’s administration told legislators it could float bonds without their approval for a new St. Louis football stadium, a resolution was offered in the state Senate to shut the door on the idea.
Missouri Alliance for Freedom study shows 70% think public subsidies a “bad idea.”
NFL Executive Vice President Eric Grubman talks with KMOX Sports Director Tom Ackerman about the future of the Rams in St. Louis and the #STLNFL stadium project.
Gov. Jay Nixon released a statement regarding the NFL stadium proposal developed by Dave Peacock and Robert Blitz.
The task force appointed by Gov. Nixon to investigate stadium options for the St. Louis Rams will hold a news conference at noon today. Sources say the event will be at Union Station and officials will outline and show plans for a new stadium.
Schottenheimer will leave his position to become the university’s new offensive coordinator and quarterback coach.
Missouri lawmakers have never really seen eye to eye with Gov. Jay Nixon, and the beginning of the 2015 legislative session is no different.
After issuing a statement Monday saying he’s committed to keeping St. Louis an NFL city, Nixon made it clear Tuesday that his commitment has its limits.
St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay is no longer talking about keeping “the” team here – he’s talking about keeping “a” team in the city.
A longtime critic of using taxpayer funding for stadiums is saying good riddance to the St. Louis Rams if they do end up going to L.A.