Missouri Politician Lobbies to Make Diwali a State HolidayA top Hindu statesman has been lobbying hard in Jefferson City to have Diwali declared a legal holiday.
Rothman Furniture Closing All St. Louis LocationsRothman president and CEO Jay Steinback says the liquidation sales begin next month.
Rombach Farms Announces ClosureThe owners of a popular fall destination in West St. Louis County are speaking out on social media after announcing it will close its doors following decades in business.
Sections of 141 Closing Sunday for TriathlonMaryland Heights warns commuters that sections of Route 141 will be closed Sunday morning between 7:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. for the Lou Fusz Subaru St. Louis Triathlon.
Butterball Closing Montgomery PlantTurkey processor Butterball has announced it will shut its meatpacking plant west of Chicago, resulting in the loss of about 600 full-time jobs.
Madison County Forced to Close 911 Call CentersTroy Illinois police chief Bradley Parsons says a decision by the state of Illinois forcing counties to reduce their number of 911 call centers is a head-scratcher.
Historic Outdoor Missouri Theater ClosesShepherd of the Hills Outdoor Theatre announced on Saturday via Facebook that it has presented its last performance.
Wentworth Military Academy Closing After 137 YearsOfficials with the school cited declining enrollment, rising costs and aging facilities as the reason.
Outback Steakhouse Parent Company to Close 43 RestaurantsThere's no word on which Outback Steakhouse locations will be closing.
Kmart, Sears Close Several Locations Throughout Metro EastThey plan to close a total of 78 KMarts and 26 Sears stores across the country - including locations in Missouri and Illinois.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: John F. Kennedy SoftballThe Celts softball program says the pressure was on them to make their last year, before the school closes, memorable.
Derailed Coal Train Knocks Out Power For HundredsNo one was hurt in the accident, and Ameren expects to have the power back on by noon Wednesday.