Leon Witt steps down after being cleared of allegations by former students.
The retailer renews its contract with Fishing League Worldwide.
Eight-year staffer Shannon Porter officially succeeds Emilio Vela.
Chicago City Council is expected to vote Sept. 20 on the use of Jackson Park by the Obama Foundation.
U.S. Sen Roy Blunt, R-Missouri, yesterday announced a $7.5 million grant award for Joplin Regional Airport.
Bayer AG has stepped up its legal defense of weed killer Roundup. The product is made by Monsanto, which Bayer owns.
AutoNation's Mike Jackson, the company's CEO for 20 years, is stepping down.
North Korea agreed to close key missile test facilities in the presence of "international experts."
Following in Nintendo's lead, Sony is launching a a retro PlayStation Classic.
A forecast by nonpartisan senior advocacy organization Senior Citizens League predicts Social Security checks could rise next year by the most they have since 2012.
China's largest music-streaming company halved the amount it's seeking in an upcoming U.S. initial public offering.
Marketing tool aims to better identify consumer motivation.
Good Spirits Concepts is hired to conduct research and development for the entertainment company.
Best of Luck Beer Hall and Blackwell Hall simultaneously are in the works.
The local child advocacy center prepares a “deep-dive” analysis to study its 16-county service area.
President Donald Trump will impose tariffs on another $200 billion of Chinese goods.
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa was announced yesterday as the first person to sign on for a SpaceX flight around the moon.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the country will lower its refugee admissions to a historic low.
Two roughly 50-year-old Springfield commercial printing companies finalize a merger.