A record inventory of natural gas means one thing this coming winter; lower heating bills.
Illinois’ comptroller says the state’s backlog of unpaid bills is growing again. The backlog has now grown to about $8.8 billion.
The dogs and cats at the Humane Society of Southeast Missouri aren’t just sitting around in their pens while waiting to be adopted.
The Rams say they’ll block any off-duty cops who try to bring guns to the Edward Jones Dome. It’s a policy handed down from the league.
Former teacher finds the Bible among fiction and fairy tale books.
The local auto workers union says General Motors’ decision to assemble the truck in Wentzville is great news for the plant’s employees.
Co-founder Juney Ham says the original plan was to go back to California when their four months here were done but that plan changed.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. have reached agreement on all issues in a $13 billion settlement with federal and state authorities, resolving claims over the bank’s sales of low-quality, high-risk mortgage-backed securities that collapsed in value during the U.S. housing crisis.
Newly released figures show Missouri’s unemployment rate declined in September and October and now stands at 6.5 percent.
26.2 percent of Missourians say they smoke. Kentucky has the highest smoking rate, West Virginia is number two, and Oklahoma is third.