The school's $27 million Enterprise Center will honor the late Chub O'Reilly.
Angler’s Lodge takes the place of a La Quinta Inn.
The construction project has a $5 million budget.
Dr. David Barbe plans to use his platform, in part, to address health care inequities.
Construction is underway southwest of Springfield for a distribution center and warehouse.
A nonprofit is securing donations via $35,000 sponsorships of tiny homes.
The company's revenue grows to $3.2 billion in the third quarter.
The jobless figure continues to decrease from a peak in April.
City officials confirm Wire Road Brewing owners plan to build facility.
Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft is predicting 70% of registered voters will turn up to the polls on Election Day.
Walmart has pulled guns and ammunition from display shelves as a precautionary measure, officials with the retailer announced.
Under Armour is slated to sell the MyFitnessPal app to Francisco Partners for roughly $345 million.
Yahoo is launching its first branded smartphone, according to an announcement from parent company Verizon.
TikTok parent company ByteDance on Thursday unveiled its first consumer hardware product.
Amazon.com Inc. reported third quarter earnings and revenue that topped the same period of the prior year.
Facebook announced a decrease in users from the United States and Canada as part of its third quarter earnings report.
Apple reported mixed results for its fiscal fourth quarter.
Ameren Missouri yesterday announced plans for a 91-acre solar farm in the state.
Three separate federal indictments announced yesterday charged 60 defendants for their roles in a $300 million nationwide telemarketing fraud …
“I had that kind of midlife crisis of ‘Let’s open a brewery.’ I knew I wanted to do something with family”
—Carol McLeod of Hold Fast Brewing, on teaming with her sister, Susan, on their business venture
Springfield company's order is set to equip over 1,000 vehicles by 2028.
Hold Fast Brewing's owners work to overcome COVID-19 sales impact.
An upstart organization is giving urban spaces splashes of life to show what's possible.
With COVID-19 still present in the Ozarks, there have been changes to make celebrating still possible but with safety in mind.