The university breaks ground on a multimillion-dollar arts pavilion.
Jarad Johnson and Spencer Harris lead Habitat Communication & Culture.
The downtown attraction is launching an exhibit that highlights the company's history.
CEO Karl Glassman earns $8.7 million, a 14% decrease.
Kathleen Flach will lead the 2023 debut of the school's physician assistant degree.
The city's mayor cites vaccination opportunities.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church will serve as a USDA program site.
The Missouri Department of Conservation is offering a buyback program for invasive pear trees.
St. Louis power company Ameren is seeking an increase in customer rates.
Amazon took the lead yesterday in an Alabama union vote.
General Motors and Ford are temporarily idling or extending downtimes at several plants amid a semiconductor chip shortage.
Nike yesterday announced it settled a lawsuit filed last week against the maker of the "Satan Shoes" promoted by Lil Nas X.
Impossible Foods Inc. is preparing for a public offering, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, died on Friday. He was 99.
The Labor Department reported 744,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week.
Springfield-based O’Reilly Development Co. is planning a $7.3 million affordable housing complex in Joplin.
Bentonville, Arkansas, attraction Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art announced a major expansion.
Young professionals are honored at a drive-in theater-themed event hosted by SBJ.
“Who thought we weren’t going to have a game?"
—Kyle Moats, of Missouri State University, on a shift to digital engagement of fans and sponsors after sports seasons were canceled in 2020
SBJ launches a new series on the budding medical marijuana industry.
Specialty bakery and national chain Nothing Bundt Cakes made its Springfield debut; Angelia Fox became a first-time business owner upon opening A&A Boutique & Country Decor; and Marshfield gained a drive-thru coffee shop.