Civic leaders say the skybridge is an obstacle in the way of allowing a free-flowing Washington Avenue from downtown to the Mississippi River and the Gateway Arch grounds.
City Council announced Monday a deal with IBM to bring a new service center to Columbia. The deal could create close to 800 new jobs and boost the city's economy by $44 million per year in payroll dollars.
Sens. Kit Bond and Claire McCaskill and Reps. Todd Akin and Russ Carnahan want to see the Super Hornet, which is made at a plant in suburban St. Louis, included in the Navy budget.
The company will move into a building on LeMone Industrial Boulevard as early as Tuesday.
A company that economic development officials say will have the "most significant impact" on private-sector jobs in Columbia's history will be announced Monday.
At the POET Biorefining ethanol plant east of Macon, President Barack Obama spoke to workers about the future of biofuels.
As the tax deadline approaches, a MU Extension associate asks one question: Are you taking full advantage of the available tax credits?
In Missouri, like with the rest of the country, minority companies have not been receiving an equitable amount of stimulus money, creating an ever-widening gap.
Jefferson City-based Premier Bank is planning to sell its three Columbia branches.
Missouri's unemployment rate droped to 9.5 percent while the nation's average for January was 9.7 percent.
Joseph Stack, the man who flew a plane into an IRS building in Austin, Texas, was one of many people who believe tax laws do not apply to them and are unconstitutional.
Some Columbia merchants are encouraging people to think fair trade when buying chocolate for Valentine's Day. Others say the fair trade movement has its drawbacks.
Unofficial student organization Coal Free Mizzou hosted a panel to discuss MU's energy goals Wednesday night.
New claims for unemployment benefits rose by 8,000 last week, the fourth rise in the past five weeks. The figure is the highest it has been in two months, and many employers have plans to make more lay-offs.
Columbia's cost of living is 8.9 percent below the national average, making it one of the least expensive places to live, Chamber of Commerce says.
The Obama administration has announced a grant of $1.1 billion for the development of a high-speed rail for faster travel between Chicago and St. Louis. Another grant of $31 million will fund upgrades for rail travel between St. Louis and Kansas City. The project is expected to improve service and create jobs.
Columbia's cost of living is 8.9 percent below the national average, according to the American Chamber of Commerce Researchers Association.
The deal, which was approved by the U.S. Justice Department as well as Canadian regulators and 17 state attorneys general, must still be approved by a U.S. federal court before it is official.
Gov. Jay Nixon stopped in Columbia to reiterate his plan for creating jobs in Missouri a day after delivering his State of the State address.
For the most recent quarter, Lee said it earned $27.9 million, or 62 cents per share. It lost $48.7 million, or $1.10 per share, a year earlier.