Missouri is gaining 75 new jobs thanks to an $800 million supply agreement between semiconductor manufacturers GLOBALFOUNDRIES (GF) and GlobalWafers (GWC).
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After serving as its policy director, Casey Wasser is stepping into a new role as the chief operating officer for Missouri Soy.
The Department of Defense’s Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Committee has found a new state chair in Tom Krahenbuhl.
A 2018 law adding sweeping changes to how labor organizations — exempting, however, public safety unions — conduct business was struck down by the Missouri Supreme Court Tuesday.
More than $14 billion in military defense contracts were awarded to Missouri companies during the 2019 fiscal year, according to a report.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) extended a COVID-19 relief program from Spire Missouri for an additional month.
With new electric buses introduced in Kansas City, Congressman Emanuel Cleaver is seeking federal funds to bolster its electric fleet.
After an hour of deliberation, the Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee approved two senior living facilities for St. Charles County.
Here's a look at the federal challenges leveled by Eric Schmitt in his role as Missouri's attorney general.