Educators Honored at St. Louis American Foundation CelebrationThe evening includes awarding of $840,000 in student scholarships and financial support for teachers.
Printpack Closing Hazelwood Plant; Mayor Wanted More NoticeMore than 100 jobs are leaving Hazelwood -- the city's mayor isn't happy he found out about the pending move more than two years after the state did.
Report: Missouri's Unemployment Rate Drops SlightlyThe department says Missouri's rate is the lowest it's been since April 2007.
Missouri's Living Governors Gather In Kansas CityHawthorn Foundation brings politicians together for economic development and trade discussion
Illinois House Approves DCEO Privatization BillA plan to privatize Illinois' economic development agency and beef up its responsibilities has cleared the House.
Mo. Lawmakers Hear Input on New NFL Stadium in St. LouisMissouri economic development officials on Monday told a House panel that building a new football stadium in St. Louis could bring nearly $300 million in net sales tax revenues to the state over the next 30 years.
Missouri Proposal Would Open Office in IsraelThe office would be focused on developing partnerships between Missouri and Israeli businesses in agriculture, biotechnology and other emerging fields.
New Mississippi River Bridge Will Bring Strong Economic ImpactIllinois Gov. Pat Quinn says the new Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge will bring a strong economic impact for both Illinois and Missouri.
New Job Creation Effort in St. LouisThrough new entity, city and county seek to eliminate local competition and red tape in economic development and retention.
Mamtek Investigation Results OpenedThe report makes a point of stating the panel's finding that the DED did not do its due diligence while investigating Mamtek.,
Missouri Still Without Permanent Economic Development HeadMissouri's Department of Economic Development is still without a director after the Senate refused to approve the Governor's appointment.
Ehlmann Gives Elected Officials an F in Economic Development KMOX's Charles Brennan had questioned Ehlmann about the proposed 9.6 million dollar tax subsidy for a Schnucks development.