Mo. Governor Nixon on Trade Mission to IsraelNixon and his wife Georgeanne will attend Easter service at Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Voice Behind Cockpit Warnings for Fighter Pilots RetiresLeslie Shook's insistent and stern instructions provide dozens of voice commands to help military aircraft pilots avoid disaster.
Hillary Clinton Brings Message to St. Louis CountyDemocrat talks about inclusion and economic growth.
Boeing, Lockheed Martin Protest Strike-Bomber LossQuestion cost evaluation and the "comparative risk of the competitors' ability to perform.
Air Force Picks Northrop Grumman to Build Next Big BomberThe loser of the high-stakes bidding contest was a team formed by Boeing Co. and Lockheed Martin Corp.
Canada May Opt for Boeing's FA-18 JetAnalysts believe the FA-18 may be chosen over the Joint Strike Fighter
Defense Secretary Carter Thanks Boeing Defense Workers"I think people give insufficient attention to the kind of innovation that is going on every day at Boeing here," Carter said, "and I know for a fact that some tech companies that I'm familiar with, and that we work with also, learn from Boeing, and not the other way around."
Funding for Ferguson: Investments, Donations Add Up to Hundreds of Millions of Dollars"One year later, we have $480 million in new investment and nearly 1,000 new jobs," says Sheila Sweeney, interim CEO of the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership.
Boeing's Growler Program Manager Optimistic About Line's FutureSlow-down means fewer employees will be needed on the line, but Gillian says they will be shifted to other projects, including the 777-X, so no layoffs will be necessary.
Boeing Names its COO and President, Muilenberg, as New CEOBoeing CEO Jim McNerney is stepping away from the controls after 10 years.
Congressman Clay Holds 10th Annual Career Fair at Harris StoweHundreds of job-seekers filled the gymnasium at Harris Stowe State University Monday for Congressman Lacy Clay’s 10th annual Career Fair.
U.S. Navy Pushes Congress for Boeing GrowlersU.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus says he’d like Congress to authorize the purchase of more Growlers made by Boeing in St. Louis.