Consultants: More Contiguous Space Needed in America's CenterA consulting group thinks America's Center needs a lot of work to compete with other major cities for big conventions.
Demolishing the Edward Jones Dome Not Likely, But Not Ruled OutCVC President says it's not been ruled out. Vice Chair says it's out of the question.
CVC President on America's Center: 'We Have To Make Some Improvements'Much like the Edward Jones Dome had to compete with other NFL stadiums, the America's Center is competing with other convention centers around the country, and officials say it needs some work to remain "top tier."
Rams Going Year to Year on Dome LeaseA group proposing to build new stadium in Inglewood, CA turns in 20,000 signatures to get approval measure on ballot
CVC Offers Waiting Lounge for Parents During One Direction ConcertThe St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission will offer a special waiting lounge for parents in the plaza lobby beginning at 5 p.m. until one hour after the conclusion of the One Direction concert.
2014 Brings About End Of The Millennium In St. LouisWednesday brings end to hotel's 45-year run along the riverfront.
Dome Owners & CVC Remain Optimistic About RamsCivic leaders seek to keep NFL in downtown St. Louis, while team may be looking at sites in St. Louis County.
CVC: World Series Games Worth $7.9M Each in Economic ImpactThe CVC expects hotels to be completely booked not only in the city but throughout St. Louis County.
Nixon Appoints New St. Louis CVC ChairmanGov. Jay Nixon has appointed a St. Louis County attorney to be the new chairman of the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission.
Dome Woes Actually Helped Rams' Value Webster University Sports Economist Patrick Rishe told KMOX whether the Rams move or stay they're looking at a win win situation.
Ratcliffe Expects $2M Legal Bill From The Rams SoonSt. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission (CVC) the fees were wrung up during the dome arbitration process.
Rams' Lease Goes to ArbitratorsThe arbitrators are two retired judges, one from Iowa and one from Colorado, and a labor attorney from Chicago. A ruling isn't expected for several weeks.