Chiefs Break Camp at Mo. Western Possibly For The Last TimeThe contract between the Chiefs and the Division II school about an hour's drive north of Kansas City expired this year.
Missouri Valley Adds Valparaiso for 2017-18 SeasonThe Crusaders will begin full participation in all its sponsored sports effective for the 2017-18 season.
Edward Jones Takes on the Big CitySome of the cities where you might see more Edward Jones corner offices include Seattle, Denver, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Atlanta.
Reports: Cardinals, Pirates Game Moved to Minor League BallparkMLB has moved regular season games to neutral locations as recently as last season, when the Miami Marlins and Atlanta Braves played a game in Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Ballpark Village Phase II Developer Asks County Residents' DesiresThe Des Peres resident says he was asked about what his needs in an apartment would be, to make a permanent move into downtown St. Louis.
Did The Rams Know They Were Leaving STL in 2012?Former Rams head coach Jeff Fisher says he knew in 2012 that the team was moving to Los Angeles.
Strange Donuts Plans Expansion Outside of MissouriOwner Jason Bockman says Tulsa, Oklahoma has the perfect vibe for its Gooey Butter and Campfire creations.
Illinois Business Writer Says NGA Will Save Scott Air Force BaseIllinois Business Journals' Al Ortballs says there is a big division in the Metropolitan area.
St. Louis Newsmaker of the Year - Stan KroenkeThe KMOX news editorial board has selected the St. Louis Rams owner mostly for his involvement in the team's possible relocation.
NFL Commissioner: 32 Team Owners Make Ultimate DecisionColts owner Jimmy Irsay added that getting 24 owners to approve any of the proposals was a difficult chore.
Clay Urges St. Louis Mayor to Take Down Confederate MemorialClay, of St. Louis, sent a letter to Slay on Monday urging removal of the 32-foot-tall granite memorial. He said in the letter that symbols "associated with this country's racist, oppressive past should not be elevated or displayed in public places.''
Syngenta AG Rejects Monsanto's Buyout OfferMonsanto’s second $45 billion offer to snap up Swiss agriculture and chemical giant Syngenta AG was rejected by the company.