Three stores will not reopen following COVID-19 closures.
Individuals and businesses are honored at SBJ’s virtual Dynamic Dozen awards.
Grants are available for eligible workers harmed financially by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A weeklong marketing push toward downtown establishments is being held in lieu of a sampling event.
Mayor Ken McClure confirms rumors, with officials to consider agreements next week.
Company officials cite "repeated threats" after potential COVID-19 exposure.
The manufacturer ramps up production near its headquarters.
State Workforce Development Director Mardy Leathers visits Springfield for a tour.
The company makes a hire for the expansion.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson yesterday announced the extension of the state's first coronavirus recovery phase.
Tyson Foods yesterday announced it would temporarily close an Iowa pork plant.
Roughly 2.1 million Americans filed for first-time unemployment benefits last week, according to Department of Labor data.
The state of Washington recovered $300 million paid out for fraudulent unemployment claims.
President Donald Trump yesterday signed an executive order targeting social media companies such as Twitter and Facebook.
A 62-acre Swedish village with 70 buildings has been listed for sale at $7.2 million.
Former Apple CEO Mike Markkula listed a California ranch for sale at $37.5 million.
French car manufacturer Renault is cutting 15,000 jobs globally.
St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson announced yesterday that "acting" was added to the title of the city's health director.
The U.S. coronavirus death toll has surpassed 100,000.
“What we have right now looks to be a closed market with key players getting special treatment.” —Missouri Rep. Peter Merideth, on the state capping the number of medical marijuana licenses issued
But brokers and developers say it's just a lot of looking right now with limited supply.
Maria’s Mexican Kitchen Southside LLC opened; Lewisville, Texas-based Summit Truck Group LLC expanded in Springfield; and Polk County gained a new pizzeria.