Columbia's workforce says the 118-year-old holiday is a celebration of what American laborers have created.
Historic preservation tax credit projects in the Columbia area totaled $88.8 million over the past decade, according to a report commissioned by the city of Columbia. Every public dollar spent generated $4.40 in private investment, the study found.
The variance will allow North Light LLC to include doors in a firewall between its apartments and the city-owned Short Street garage.
Matt Kitzi, Missouri's commissioner of securities for more than five years, has been tasked with protecting investors in the state. His recent election to a national organization of state regulators may increase his profile.
The Missouri Soybean Association will be allowed to construct a storage building on South Rangeline Road as long as the lights are shielded. Still, neighbors are concerned about the building's impact.
State officials updated supporters on the status of Ameren Missouri and Westinghouse's application for a grant that is seeking funds for small modular nuclear reactors.
Persistence paid off for MU professor Fu-Hung Hsieh and senior research specialist Harold Huff, who set out in the late 1980s to find a vegetable-based alternative to real chicken.
The drought's effects on forage and grain prices have forced cattle farmers to decide whether to slaughter portions of their herds so the majority can survive or gamble by scrounging up what feed they can while waiting for better, wetter days.
The additional service will force the city to address needs at the Columbia Regional Airport terminal, Mayor Bob McDavid says.
Passed down through generations, a Higbee company makes over 5,000 wine barrels a year.
MU researchers find that down times in the economy prompt more people to start their own businesses, particularly in rural areas.
The NRC's ruling will delay at least 19 requests by utilities for new operating licenses or license renewals. Those projects include Ameren Corp.'s request for a 20-year license renewal at its Callaway County plant in Missouri.
Officials announced that Beyond Meat, a chicken substitute company, will open a production facility in Columbia, creating more than 60 jobs.
New data released by the American Bar Association in June revealed that barely half of those who graduated in law school in 2011 found full-time jobs as lawyers within nine months of graduation.
Mediacom customers were without Internet service for several hours Tuesday after electrical contractors accidentally cut a fiber communications line.
The airline will offer two daily flights to and from Atlanta throughout the week. Service to Memphis will be reduced to six times a week.
Missourians Against Higher Utility Rates is influencing the state Senate primaries with political pieces directed toward fighting legislation that would increase energy costs.
The News-Press and Gazette Co., which is owned by the chairman of the UM System Board of Curators, has filed to buy two television stations and two subchannels owned by JW Broadcasting.
About 250,000 service members leave the military each year, and all must attend a transition program reconnecting them to the civilian workplace. President Barack Obama announced Monday that this program will be redesigned, and assistance will be offered earlier in a military career.
A northern Missouri man was sentenced Tuesday to 78 months in prison for claiming a fictitious device called "Boydoplex" could generate energy.