Despite today's news, the rendering of the Cape Girardeau casino has always included fireworks.â€‹The Missouri Gaming Commission this morning announced that it has chosen Cape Girardeau to receive the states 13th and final gaming license. The southeastern Missouri city beat out competing bids from K ... More >>
As if it doesn't suck enough that you have to be seventeen for an entire year, employment statistics show that there's even more salt to rub in the wound of adolescence. The Post-Dispatch reports that St. Louis teens are desperately seeking work, to no avail, facing the toughest summer job mark ... More >>
Some new economic indicators might just make this gorgeous Spring day even gorgeous-er: classroomclipart.comThe Missouri Department of Economic Development is out with its new jobs report. After a nine-month uptick in Missouri's unemployment rate, it actually went down in April. Plus, it's still bel ... More >>
Who says Missouri Department of Economic Development director Linda Martinez is soft on immigration? For the first time ever, Martinez's agency has stripped a local business of tax credits for having once employed "illegal aliens."Federal court records show that Joette Reidy of Happy Apples -- a com ... More >>
The Missouri Department of Economic Development is out with its latest jobs report. The Bad News?Missouri lost 6,400 non-farm payroll jobs in February. About a quarter million Missourians were jobless last month. Our unemployment rate inched up from 8.1 in January to 8.3 in February. Our unemploymen ... More >>
O’Fallon, Missouri: Home to petty feuds, poisonous politics – and prickly postcards.
Curtis Faulkner wants to throw a $2 million party celebrating the end of slavery and he wants you to pay for it.
In the Century Building scrap, everybody's deal is shaky, even the mayor's