David Steward, Chairman and co-founder of World Wide Technology, is set to meet today with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. Also, Reddit CEO edits users posts, Mizzou football wins, Los Angeles Rams lose, Fidel Castro dies and more.
Taylor Swift performed at a Formula One event in Austin, Texas. Internet of things responsible for attack. Scottrade sold. Justin Bieber storms off stage. It’s The Monday Roundup.
Orlando Pace was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame over the weekend in Canton, Ohio. Pace gave a impassioned speech thanking his teammates and the city of St. Louis. However, if you tried to watch the speech on YouTube via the NFL’s official account, you wouldn’t have known he even played in St. Louis.
While Demoff has repeatedly praised St. Louis and its fans in his time with the team, he very well may be between a rock and a hard place with Stan Kroenke as his boss.
Get caught up with the Monday Roundup. Armed militia takes over federal building in Oregon. Manitowoc County Sheriff sounds off on Making A Murderer. St. Louis Rams file for relocation to Los Angeles. Channing Tatum on Lip Sync Battle this week and more.
2015 was a bit calmer for the St. Louis region than 2014 was. The year saw the St. Louis Cardinals win 100 games in the regular season but exit all-too-early from the postseason. IKEA opened its long-awaited first store in St. Louis. Uber finally came to town and more
Everyone is talking about last night’s Miss Universe pageant today. That’s because host Steve Harvey experienced perhaps the worst gaffe a host pageant could experience.
St. Louis Rams win, Independence Day 2 and Star Trek trailers released, Bieber dating a Kardashian? Miley Cyrus’s new music video and more
The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show airs tomorrow on CBS, Rams lose again, USWNT forced to cancel game in Hawaii, Carrie Fisher on Good Morning America, college football bowl matchups and more in this week’s edition of The Monday Roundup.
Obama addresses Mizzou protests. Holly Holm defeats Ronda Rousey. Dixie Chicks in St. Louis. Gary Pinkel to retire. John Oliver on daily fantasy sports