Midwest Grain & Barge Faces Penalty in OSHA ViolationsOSHA has proposed a $42,000 financial penalty against Midwest Grain & Barge and ordered them to fix the violations.
Mizzou Graduate Student Workers to Vote on UnionizationGraduate student workers with photo identification can vote.
Feds Reaching out to Former Missouri Nuclear Weapons WorkersDepartment representatives will staff the event slated for March 29 and 30 at the International Union of Operating Engineers Hall in Bridgeton
St. Louis Postal Workers Claim $1M Powerball PrizeThe lottery says each member of the St. Louis group will receive about $125,000 before taxes.
Granite City Steel Company Lays Off Hundreds of WorkersLayoffs kicked in for roughly 500 workers, and about 2,000 will be sent home in the coming weeks, according to Dave Dowling, Subdistrict 2 director for the Steelworkers Union.
Missouri Inmate: Lethal Injection May Trigger Severe PainErnest Lee Johnson is scheduled to die Tuesday for using a claw hammer to kill three Columbia convenience store workers in 1994.
The Gateway Arch: Spanning 50 YearsTo commemorate the historic occasion KMOX News has produced a 3-part series in which we spoke with Arch historians, relatives of Arch designer Eero Saarinen, and those who actually worked on the monument.
Federal Judge Declines to Block Missouri ExecutionA federal judge refused Tuesday to block Missouri's scheduled execution next week of an inmate who killed three convenience store workers with a claw hammer, rejecting his claim that the execution drugs could cause an agonizing reaction with his brain tumor.
STL Ranks 32nd in Cities Recovered After RecessionPersonal finance website WalletHub, examined the most and least recession recovered cities.
Defense Secretary Carter Thanks Boeing Defense Workers"I think people give insufficient attention to the kind of innovation that is going on every day at Boeing here," Carter said, "and I know for a fact that some tech companies that I'm familiar with, and that we work with also, learn from Boeing, and not the other way around."
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.
Rauner: 'No lockout' of State Workers, But Strike Possible Gov. Bruce Rauner said Wednesday that he won't lock out state workers if his administration and the largest public-employee union can't agree on a new contract, but both sides acknowledged that they are nowhere near a deal.