Decatur Woman Can Petition to Become Nurse Under New LawThe new measure allows anyone convicted of a forcible felony to petition for a health care worker license.
St. Louis in Top 50 for Bed Buggiest CitiesThe bed bug situation in the St. Louis area is apparently getting worse.
Five Creepy Historical Sites In The MidwestLooking for something spooky this Halloween? Check out the five creepiest historical sites in the midwest.
The Chocolate Chip Cookies Made Me Do ItCentral Illinois man accused of attempted murder over pilfered Chips Ahoy treats
Illinois Legislation Would Require Decatur Jobs in ADM DealADM is the largest employer in Decatur, and several thousand jobs would remain there.
Regional Chamber President Weighs in on Possible ADM MoveSt. Louis Regional Chamber President Joe Reagan says St. Louis makes sense because of the plant sciences hub here as well as the investment ADM already has.
Monsanto, Danforth Center Urge ADM to Choose St. Louis"We're certainly very proud of this region and we're glad to speak for it," Derek Rapp, Mergers and Acquisitions Lead at Monsanto, tells KMOX News.
Archer Daniels Midland Reaffirms Commitment to Decatur"We wanted Decatur to understand that just because we’re moving a relatively small group and re-naming a global headquarters, that Decatur remains very critical"
Illinois Offers Tax Breaks to Lure Archer Daniels MidlandAt 10 a.m. Tuesday, an Illinois House committee will hold a hearing about offering ADM a ten percent break on utility taxes for three decades as well as an income tax credit.
St. Louis Eyes Rival Chicago Over ADM Decision"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.
National Agriculture Groups Urge ADM to Move to St. LouisA week ago, the company announced its global headquarters is leaving Decatur, Illinois. Under consideration for the new home are Chicago, St. Louis, and Minneapolis.
Metro East Unemployment Remains At 10.3%The jobless rate dropped or was flat in five areas, including Illinois' St. Louis suburbs.