Settlement Reached on Scottrade Center RenovationsAs part of the agreement, Green will no longer attempt to block the work.
KMOX's Bold Sports Predictions For 2018Our sports experts have some over-the-top, but not impossible predictions about 2018 – if correct, it'll be a historic sports year in the state of Missouri.
Martin Previews Mizzou's Tough Week Leading To Braggin' Rights GameOn Tuesday night the Tigers host Stephen F. Austin, then travel to St. Louis for the annual Braggin' Rights game vs Illinois.
Blues President Calls For St. Louis Government ConsolidationSays fragmentation is making region less competitive, and not just in sports facilities.
Scottrade Center Financing Lawsuit DroppedSt. Louis Blues president says bonds may now be issued, like they had hoped to do in July.
Ticket Pre-Sale Thursday For The Eagles at ScottradeThe Eagles are coming to Scottrade.
Comptroller Green Meets Deadline, Maintains OppositionSt. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green announces that she has complied with a court ruling to meet Monday's deadline concerning the Scottrade Center bond money.
Judge Orders Comptroller to Sign Scottrade Center DealSt. Louis Circuit Court Judge Joan Moriarty ordered Green to sign the agreement within five days of Monday's order.
31st Annual Guns 'N Hoses Sold OutMore than 18,000 will pack Scottrade for annual police vs. fire showdown Wed. night.
Guns 'N Hoses Comes to ScottradeAnother sure sign that the holidays are approaching is the annual Guns 'N Hoses event at Scottrade Center, and it's only nine days away!
Fight Continues for City Funding at Scottrade CenterAlderwoman Cara Spencer says attorneys are fighting over whether the Blues ownership group should open their books to prove they need taxpayer help.
Blues for Kids Provide Beds to St. Louis ChildrenTonight, a group of kids will have sweet dreams after the St. Louis Blues "Hope to Dream" event at Scottrade.