Comptroller Stands Ground Against Blues Ownership Group LawsuitSt. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green says her job is to protect the city's credit rating.
KCP Demands That City Comptroller Approves Scottrade Center Funds"Our ability to keep and pursue major events that are critical to jobs and our economy is severely at risk."
Lawsuit Seeks to Block Public Money for Scottrade CenterThe lawsuit claims taxpayers cannot legally pay for the deal.
VIDEO: The Teardown to Upgrade Scottrade Center BeginsWatch the first steps of a 3-year, $155 renovation process begin at Scottrade Center, Monday morning.
Blues Helmets, Gloves, Scottrade Signage on Sale This SaturdayThe St. Louis Blues will hold a Summer Blowout Sale this Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. at Scottrade Center.
Manchester Bombing Raises Questions of Security in St. LouisScottrade security says they already watch for threats outside the building as the crowd is leaving.
Scottrade Center, Bridgeton Subdivision Buyout Bills Get the AxAmong the bills dying on the final day of the Missouri legislative session is one that would help fund renovations to Scottrade Center.
Details: Scottrade Center Renovations Have StartedThree-year project expected to impact 90% of 23-year-old arena.
AUDIO: Blues President Lays Out Scottrade Center UpgradesChris Zimmerman says over the next three summer's the Blues will be making upgrades at Scottrade, including doubling the size of the video board.
Blues, Preds Get Prime Time Spot For Game 5The game will air on Y98 and KMOX.com/Listen at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 5. Pregame coverage begins at 6:15 p.m.
Additional Tickets Released for Lady Gaga at ScottradeLive Nation announcing additional tickets have been released for all Lady Gaga's North American arena shows, including November 16th's at Scottrade Center.
March Madness Returns to STL: Scottrade Center to Host 1st, 2nd Rounds in 2020This will be the sixth time Scottrade Center has hosted a men's or women's NCAA March Madness event.