McCaskill Speaks With Border Patrol on Illegal ImmigrantsSenator Claire McCaskill says it's hard to deter illegal immigration in part because of businesses that knowingly hire illegal immigrants.
Inconsistent Weather Taking a Toll on BusinessesBizarre Spring weather is having an effect on local businesses.
Local Businesses Cheer the Blues on to the PlayoffsWith the NHL Playoffs rapidly approaching, local businesses are hoping the Blues secure a spot.
Local Businesses Concerned About Ferguson UnrestBusinesses say they are very concerned they could see a repeat of 2014, which took huge tolls on their bottom lines and months to recover from.
'Day Without Immigrants': Protest Closes Restaurants in U.S.The protest even reached into the U.S. Capitol, where a Senate coffee shop was among the eateries that were closed as employees did not show up at work.
Missouri's New Governor Temporarily Freezes New RegulationsAny proposed new regulations must now first get approval from his office. The order also calls for a review of current regulations.
Nixon Vetoes Change to E-Verify Requirement in MissouriCurrent state law requires businesses with government contracts, tax breaks or grants to use the E-Verify program.
Maplewood Bans Businesses Similar to Social House IIOrdinance passed into law Tuesday night targets nudity in businesses that serve alcohol.
Illinois House Committee OKs Progressive Income Tax PlanA measure asking voters in November to tax Illinois' wealthiest residents at higher rates is heading to the full House for consideration.
Judge Deliberates Delay of New Minimum Wage LawSeveral business groups have sued to kill the city’s minimum wage bill. Until it is settled, their attorney Jane Dueker wants the judge to grant a temporary restraining order.
Studio B with Carol Daniel: Women Owning Businesses In St. LouisKMOX's Carol Daniel talks to two St. Louis-area women about owning a business.
Ferguson Looks for a New Identity a Year LaterThe QuikTrip that burned during the rioting has been torn down, and hundreds of volunteers recently fanned out to pick up trash and pull weeds around the city. But other businesses that were destroyed are still in shambles, and plywood boards still protect windows a year later.