The MSU donor visited Springfield in October 2019 for the school’s fundraising campaign.
Anton Tasich was 88.
The theme park confirms $100 million in capital investments made during the last decade.
Kirk Wheeler is securing 10 mobile eateries for the food truck park on St. Louis Street.
However, 120 positions are open at its headquarters.
Todd Myers succeeds Becky Borthwick, who was promoted last year.
Web Editor Geoff Pickle says the time is now to put a stop to the scamming industry.
Working with the RIP Medical Debt organization, St. Louis-area churches raised funding to do away with nearly $13 million in medical debt.
A report released this month lists Springfield as one of the top 100 U.S. cities for sexually transmitted disease rates.
The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Tennessee Titans to head to the Super Bowl.
JCPenney plans to close another six stores and a call center.
Tony Hall, director general of the British Broadcasting Corp., announced plans to step down this summer.
China unveiled a plan to reduce single-use plastic products.
"Bad Boys for Life" was the No. 1 film at the domestic box office over the weekend.
Baby strollers sold at Target and Amazon have been recalled over a fall hazard.
Arkansas businessmen Marshall Johnson and his father, Paul Johnson, are planning a $10 million resort in Eureka Springs.
Topeka, Kansas-based Payless ShoeSource emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy for the second time.
Photographer Jessica Rosa selects her favorite photos from 2019.
Roughly 165 people on Dec. 4 attend Springfield Business Journal’s 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes event.
Jordan Valley Community Health Center President and CEO Brooks Miller is the Nov. 19 guest for Springfield Business Journal’s monthly 12 People You Need to Know live interview series.
“I feel terrible that my bill cost a man his job.” — Rep. Ron Hicks, R-Dardenne Prairie, on a bill that would move authority of the Missouri Capitol Police to the Missouri State Capitol Commission
Hudson Hawk Barber & Shop opens its 10th store ahead of the new year.
Pappy’s Place came under new ownership; Napleton Autowerks/Missouri Inc. moved; and St. Louis barbecue chain Sugarfire Smokehouse made its Springfield debut.
Developers across Springfield are breathing new life into old structures.
Near Republic High School, a 19-acre golf driving range is going up.