Grubman, the league’s point man on Los Angeles, agreed to visit with KMOX’s Tom Ackerman to discuss the urgency to get a stadium project going. Here are five questions from that discussion.
An Associated Press analysis shows Stan Kroenke’s alliance may reap $100 million payback
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.
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.
Charlie Brennan – January 5 – Ray Hartman, Randy Kerdoon, Jim Sansone and Ron Jacober on Inglewood, CA, football stadium; Tony La Russa; Market Analyst Larry Swedroe
Charlie with Ray Hartman, Randy Kerdoon on KNX/CBS Radio in Los Angeles, and Ron Jacober on rumors of Stan Kroenke plans for building a football stadium in Inglewood, CA; Tony La Russa on his Wine & Whiskers event on Jan. 16; and with Market Analyst Larry Swedroe on lessons learned from the 2014 market outcome.
Kroenke’s and a partner group plan to construct an 80,000 seat, state-of-the-art NFL stadium.
Kevin Demoff tells KMOX it’s pretty much a given the team will go year-to-year on its Edward Jones Dome lease when it expires.
Hancock & Kelley – Monday, November 17 – STL Rams Going to L.A.? Claire McCaskill for Governor? Hillary Clinton for President in 2016? Andre Wilson on Insurance Coverage for Gender Reassignment
John and Michael talk about the long lines at the Rams concessions stands; about whether STL needs to get rid of the Rams or Rams Owner Stan Kroenke; about whether Mo. Sen. Claire McCaskill will be a candidate for Mo. Governor? about whether Missouri is ready to vote for Hillary Clinton as U.S. President; and they talk with Andre Wilson, an inclusive health advocate who believes insurance should cover gender reassignment.