Alderman Discusses Public Funding for Scottrade Center RenovationThe public funding package would amount to "tens of millions of dollars," but nothing is specified yet.
WashU Receives Grant to Study Gender in Alzheimer's DiseaseDid you know that two-thirds of the five million Americans living with Alzheimer's Disease are women?
Gun Storage Truck Owner Not Giving Up Without a FightThe city told Hulsey he didn't have the permits to operate his retrofitted armored truck as a gun locker.
Blues Hope to Make Major Upgrades to Scottrade CenterBlues Group Vice President and CFO Phil Siddle says they want new features to improve the fan experience.
WATCH: Religion of Blues Hockey Lives Through the PipesSt. Louis Blues hockey is a religion to some fans, and organist Jeremy Boyer has always kept his faith.
Team Spokesman Warns Blues Fans of Fake TicketsA team spokesman says many tickets have been purchased from third party sellers.
Ground Broken on Civic Center Transit Station ExpansionProject will double the size of current station, add security and restrooms.
DEGMAN: Why I, a Chicago Native, Am Cheering for the BluesSt. Louis newcomer and Illinois native Alex Degman explains why he's not cheering for his hometown Blackhawks.
St. Louis Blues Ready For PlayoffsPre-game party begins at 5. Game time is 8:30.
No. 2 Seed Xavier Stunned by Wisconsin in 66-63 LossCheered on by super-fan Bill Murray, the actor and comedian whose son Luke is an assistant on Chris Mack's staff, the Musketeers eventually pushed their lead to 58-49 their biggest of the game. The Badgers weren't done, though.
Xavier Sends Weber State Home From NCAA TourneyMusketeers cruise to 71-53 victory at Scottrade Center
Wisconsin Outlasts Pitt In St. LouisFreshman Ethan Happ and the Badgers scored fewest points in NCAA Tourney win since 2003