Boys & Girls Clubs of Springfield raises $1.3 million with a gift from the O'Reilly family.
Over 80% in health care sector note struggles to find qualified applicants.
The contract marks Texas-based Allied Orion Group's Missouri debut.
Heroes Tastes and Taps is slated to open in the spring at a former Montana Mike's.
The bar and restaurant had been in operation for nearly two decades.
Abbi Pinegar-Rose is tapped to help oversee the Missouri Lottery.
Alan Butler is named system director of public safety and security.
The shop reopens after nearly two months of renovation work.
The agreement would reimburse the project’s developer up to $2.1 million for public improvements on the site in northwest Springfield.
The Missouri House of Representatives on Thursday narrowly approved a school choice measure.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday passed a LGBTQ rights bill dubbed the Equality Act.
A Texas resident filed suit against electricity retailer Griddy Energy for allegedly charging exorbitant prices during the severe winter storm …
An increase to the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour was removed from the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill.
Pittsburg State University in Kansas won $150,000 worth of grant funds.
Twitter announced a new service called "Super Follows" meant to shore up additional revenue for the service and its content creators.
Airbnb reported a $3.9 billion fourth quarter net loss.
DoorDash reported 2020 earnings and revenue that topped figures from 2019.
The Kansas City Star's downtown office and printing plant has been listed on the market ahead of the newspaper's plan to exit the building by …
The Joplin Schools Board of Education this week approved roughly $3.5 million in capital projects.
“When you’ve built something and worked at it all of the time, it is you."
—Becky Thomas of Third Street Sportswear Manufacturing, on growing up in the family business
A year dubbed unprecedented in many ways has led to a new concern for employers, employees and customers alike – exposure to the coronavirus at places of business.
Ozark apparel manufacturer Third Street Sportswear maintains workforce as pandemic cuts into sales and alters product line.