Former Senior Center Employees Accused of Stealing Resident's CarA couple of former senior living center employees are accused of stealing one of the resident's cars and driving to Colorado, where they were going to "leave Missouri behind and start a new life."
TBT: Venture Store Reunion in Alton for Customers, EmployeesVenture was headquartered in O'Fallon, Missouri until 1988, when the company filed for Chapter 11.
STL County Jail Employees Fear Layoffs to Privatize Medical CareSt. Louis County health workers are worried about losing their jobs if the county privatizes medical care at the jail.
Haaf Considers Permanent Stay at St. Louis VASt. Louis is one of some 30 VA markets in search of a permanent medical director
TriWest Healthcare Plans to Hire 500 People in Kansas City An Arizona-based health care services company for the military plans to open a service center in Kansas City and hire 500 employees.
Rauner Vetoes Strike and Lockout Ban as Union OKs ExtensionEven as Illinois and the union that represents most of its employees agreed to a short-term deal Wednesday to keep workers on the job through contract negotiations, Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed union-backed legislation that would have blocked strikes and lockouts.
Kansas City Leaders Approve Minimum Wage BoostKansas City's minimum wage would rise to $13 an hour over about four and a half years under a newly approved ordinance.
Appeal Filed in State Employee Pay, Plans to Close MuseumAttorney General Lisa Madigan's office filed an emergency appeal Monday with the Illinois Supreme Court to settle dueling court orders about whether state employees can get paid during the budget impasse.
Judge Bars Full State Worker Pay Without Illinois BudgetIllinois won't be allowed to pay state workers in full during an ongoing budget impasse.
Union Lawsuit Seek Full Pay Despite No Illinois BudgetUnions representing Illinois state employees have filed a lawsuit demanding they will be paid in full and on time despite the lack of a 2016 fiscal year budget.
Without a Budget, Providers Prepare, Officials Go to CourtIllinois' government weathered its second day without a state budget Thursday, and while legislative chambers were silent, service providers buckled up for a bumpy summer ride and state officials asked what bills could be paid if the impasse continues.
New Minimum Wage Proposal: Still $15 Per Hour, Longer WaitCity Alderman Shane Cohn has filed a substitute that would raise the city's minimum wage to $8.25 immediately, which would match Illinois.