August 2013 was a huge month for economic development in Chesterfield when not one, but two outlet malls opened within days of each other along Interstate 64. Now, just over a year later, a winner in the outlet mall wars is emerging.
Missouri and Illinois have both exceeded the predicted totals for enrollment in the expanded Medicaid coverage.
The University of Missouri wants to establish a clinical campus in Springfield in an expansion of the university’s medical school, but first it needs a 5,000- to 6,000-square-foot building between the city’s two major hospitals.
The center, in Creve Coeur, Mo., said Sunday that it plans to break ground early next year on the three-story building.
General Motors is again expanding its suburban St. Louis plant in Wentzville, the second expansion in less than two years at the facility.
Express Scripts, the nation’s largest pharmacy benefits manager, plans to add 1500 jobs in St. Louis at it’s expanded headquarters.
Monsanto Co. plans a $400 million expansion at its suburban St. Louis research center that could add 675 jobs over the next three years.
Two separate House committees simultaneously heard arguments for and then rejected proposals to adopt a central component of President Barack Obama’s health care law.
The 1.5 million dollar expansion of the region’s busiest trauma center will begin in February.
Looking for big ideas, the St. Louis Zoo is asking the public to make suggestions on how to use the recently-acquired 13 acre site of the old Forest Park hospital.