“This would be a huge victory if we were to land a company of that stature,” said Katy Jamboretz, who works for the St. Louis region’s economic development agency.
A week ago, the company announced its global headquarters is leaving Decatur, Illinois. Under consideration for the new home are Chicago, St. Louis, and Minneapolis.
Police said all four are charged with attempted murder and aggravated battery in Thursday’s attack in Cornell Square Park.
Harry Hamm previewed the new musical “Chicago” currently running at the Fox Theater in St. Louis.
Ty Warner has agreed to pay a $53 million penalty after being accused of federal tax evasion for failing to report income he earned in a secret offshore bank account.
‘Go West, young man’ the saying goes. And the country’s biggest moving company says a lot of St. Louisans are heeding the call.
Gov. Pat Quinn signed legislation Friday aimed at reducing distracted driving. It requires motorists to use speakerphones or headsets that allow for one-digit or audio dialing.
Due to high-speed rail work on the route between St. Louis and Chicago, Amtrak had to make some big changes.
Police shooting dogs. It’s a problem around the country and now the governor of Illinois has signed a bill to prevent it.
Fire Marshal Larry Matkaitis says Friday that he received an “unprecedented amount” of public comment on his proposals, which were slated to be heard by a state panel next week.