Downtown Sacramento Arena

Phil Oates weighs in on future of franchise, arena

Phil Oates, one of the original 20 local investors who put their best foot forward earlier this year to help keep the Kings in Sacramento, joined us to chat about the future of the franchise and the new downtown arena.

Union Agreement Reached on Downtown Arena

A new agreement between labor unions and Turner Construction helps secure jobs for the Sacramento region.

Bill would speed up legal challenges to arena

Darrell Steinberg, the Sacramento legislator highly supportive of arena efforts to date, and others are preparing to add language speeding up legal challenges to the arena to an existing bill, according to report.

Arena expert: Sacramento's plan will boost economy

Mathew Parlow is associate dean and professor of law at Marquette University of Law School. He has researched sports arenas for more than a decade and says Sacramento's arena plan will result in positives for the local economy.

AECOM selected as arena architect

The Kings will announce on Sunday that AECOM has been selected as the architect for the Kings arena, reports The Bee.

Chris Hansen Behind Anti-Arena Funding

We know who the source of STOP's funding is now, and it's a familiar face.

FPPC sues Maloofs' law firm

On Thursday, the state Fair Political Practices Commission sued Loeb & Loeb to find the source of the $80,000 used to fund the petition drive intended to put the Kings arena on the ballot. But the suit may not turn up anything in the end.

Council Votes to Help Kings in Land Negotiations

The City Council voted 7-2 yesterday to help the Kings with their negotiations to acquire the last piece of property needed to build the arena.

How the new Kings arena could help local tourism

Mike Testa of the Sacramento Convention and Visitors Bureau joined us to talk about that Kings Times Square video his organization made earlier this year and how a new downtown arena is going to help them boost tourism.

Maloofs' law firm linked to anti-arena effort

Tab Berg and Paul Olsen have pulled their work for the anti-arena petition drive in Sacramento, leaving the proposed initiative's future in jeopardy. Because of the Maloofs.

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