The apparel retailer files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Charity Fent Cake Design is planning an April opening.
A former Meek's building is under contract for a proposed custard shop, city officials say.
The attraction gets the nod from Golf Channel.
Dustin Childress is named president for education centers.
Maria Neider is promoted, Lisa Rose takes on additional duties and Jackie Garrity joins the news station.
Columnist Bennet Bodenstein reviews four beverages from Europe.
The local leader who has been prominent during the pandemic is transitioning to the Missouri Foundation for Health.
CrossBreed Holsters is relocating in the spring.
Rogers, Arkansas, purchased the naming rights for the John Q. Hammons Center in the city.
The spread of COVID-19 in Jefferson City has forced the Missouri House of Representatives to shut down temporarily.
Butterball LLC announced plans to expand two plants in northwest Arkansas to the tune of $8.7 million.
Gov. Mike Parson on Thursday announced the next phase of the state's COVID-19 vaccination plan.
President-elect Joe Biden yesterday proposed a $1.9 trillion stimulus package.
Google announced the closure of its $2.1 billion purchase of Fitbit.
A magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit Indonesia’s Sulawesi island, killing at least 34 people.
A Tintin drawing by Belgian artist Georges Remi, aka Herge, broke a record for the most expensive comic book art in history.
Sam Hutchinson Jr., founder and chair of St. Louis-based Interface Construction Corp., died Jan. 8. He was 77.
Airbnb is canceling and blocking reservations in Washington, D.C., during the week of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.
“If you look at cycles, a recession is looming.”
—Dave Robertson of Prestressed Casting Co., on a coming downturn in the construction industry
Despite year-end national reports of average construction backlog plunging and project activity slowing, some local industry leaders have optimism for the new year.
Locally Noted concept sends ticket holders on themed experiences at area businesses.
Evangel University senior Abby Voelker became a first-time business owner; a Springfield Public Schools venture got a new home; and Branson-based The Robbins Group moved.
Promoveo's expansion into Springfield comes in preparation for client and staff additions.