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Scottrade Center named one of best places to see a game

Tuesday, 14 January 2014 16:32 Published in Local News
According to a new survey, Scottrade Center is one of the best stadiums to take in an NHL game.
 
Stadium Journey magazine named Scottrade the fourth best fan experience. The editors ranked the stadiums in the categories of food and beverage, atmosphere, neighborhood, fans, access, return on investment and extras. The magazine said "The enjoyment of attending Blues games keeps getting better and better, and if you are fortunate to attend an NHL game in St. Louis, you will see just how rewarding it is.” Only Xcel Energy Center (Minnesota Wild), Verizon Center (Washington Capitals) and the Tampa Bay Times Forum (Tampa Bay Lightning) were voted higher.
 
See the full review of Scottrade Center: here.
 

Man sentenced for role in fatal hit-and-run accident

Tuesday, 14 January 2014 15:59 Published in Local News

KTRS, St. Louis, MO - A Metro-east man is headed to prison connected to a fatal hit-and-run that happened near Cahokia last summer.

 

Kevin Powell was sentenced to five years in jail and five years of probation after his release. Powell was driving the car that hit and killed 9-year-old Fabian Teson. Fabian was riding his bike when he was hit. He was taken to Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital in critical condition and died two days later. Within a week investigators located the car that hit Fabian and traced it to Powell.

 

He was driving without a license at the time of the accident.

Water main break shoots water 30 feet into the air

Tuesday, 14 January 2014 15:45 Published in Local News

The frigid temperatures of last week are still causing problems for area residents.

 

A water main in west St. Louis County broke Tuesday morning and sent a plume of water 30 feet into the area. The main rupture is adjacent to the Bennington Heights Apartment near the Page Avenue Extension. Fox 2 reports that some residents were getting water into their apartment.

 

The shifting temperatures since last week's storm have cause dozens of water main breaks across the metro area.

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