Click Appeals Denial of Missouri Unemployment BenefitsMizzou spokesman says the university is protected by Missouri statutes in revoking the former professors claim.
Missouri Employment Drops After Reaching All-Time HighUnemployment held at 4.3 percent from April to May.
Jobless Benefit Cuts Weighed by Missouri High Court - AgainIn an unusual move, the Supreme Court on Tuesday held a second round of arguments in a case that it first heard in January.
Metro East Unemployment Rate Holds Steady, Region Loses JobsThe Metro East lost 900 jobs between December 2014 and 2015, but the unemployment rate held steady at 6.1 percent.
Illinois Unemployment Rate Rises to 5.9 PercentThe state lost a net of 16,300 jobs last December.
Missouri Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.4 PercentMissouri's seasonally adjusted employment dropped by 100 jobs from November to December.
Report: Missouri's Unemployment Rate Drops SlightlyThe department says Missouri's rate is the lowest it's been since April 2007.
Strong Housing Sales Continue in St. Louis AreaIt appears that housing sales in the St. Louis area have avoided the traditional fall slowdown.
City of St. Louis Gives $60,000 to Better Family Life The city of St. Louis is giving $60,000 to the group Better Family Life-to hire two new outreach workers that will go door-to-door in troubles neighborhoods.
Unemployment Bill Could End in Legal Battle Between Nixon, The SenateNixon believed his veto of a bill to cut employment benefits passed last spring because the Senate did not vote.
Unemployed Man Hands Out Resumes Outside Busch StadiumUnemployed since April 30, Donnie Grooms took matters into his own hands and stood outside Busch Stadium on Wednesday with a sign reading “UNEMPLOYED – My family’s dreams don’t work unless I do! Please take a resume!!"
Industry Leaders Expect Construction Boom in St. LouisThey say even without an NFL stadium or a defense mapping headquarters the city will be in demand of construction employees.

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