A statue depicting the Bass Pro founder now is on display in Jefferson City.
The university's board votes on how to spend the latest COVID-19 funds.
The products go toward disaster relief efforts.
Public Water Service District 1 cites federal law as it seeks reversal of half-century of service by CU.
Council will consider accepting federal grant funding at its Sept. 20 meeting.
The organization expects the sector will contribute to post-pandemic Missouri and beyond.
The project is slated for completion by early October.
Gilardi's Ristorante and Harmony House are among participants.
Employers add a net 7,300 jobs during August, according to latest state data.
Gov. Mike Parson on Wednesday fought off attempts to override a handful of his summer vetoes.
A Missouri cave with ancient Native American drawings sold at auction this week.
Joplin-based Walga Ross Group recently was awarded more than $100 million in federal contracts.
HVAC and refrigeration systems manufacturer RLS LLC is moving its headquarters to the St. Louis area from the rural Missouri city of Shelbina.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker called the National Guard to step in for a school bus driver shortage.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Massachusetts, this week called on the Federal Reserve to break up Wells Fargo & Co.
SpaceX last night successfully launched its first all-tourist crew into orbit.
Shares of Roger Federer-backed running shoe company On Holding jumped nearly 46% in their initial public offering debut.
The Kansas City Royals began a process in earnest that would determine where their next home would be.
The St. Louis County Council on Tuesday approved legislation involving COVID-19.
SBJ honors 20 men for their business and civic accomplishments.
The store debuts Aug. 18 in east Springfield.
Mercy Springfield Communities President is the June 15 guest for the monthly series.
"We think our sweet spot is this idea that by engaging employees in a community, you can make them sticky – you can help with retention of talent.”
—Greg Burris of United Way of the Ozarks, on the value of workplace community involvement
Workplace fundraiser kicks off with new goals.
New stores bring mall to near-full occupancy.
A husband and wife added to their business portfolio; Valley Mountain Meat LLC made its retail debut; and clothing retailer Aerie opened a store at Battlefield Mall.
Architectural Components Group creates room for growth through collaboration.