Millions of taxpayers face a midnight deadline today to file their tax returns, while millions of others will ask for more time — a six-month extension. There was a three-day delay beyond the traditional April 15 deadline because Friday was a legal holiday in the District of Columbia.
A new, health-conscious dining option is set to open in Jefferson City later this year, and you can get it on the run.
National chain Pizza Ranch has set its sights on opening a new location in Jefferson City.
Target announced in December that its pharmacies in 1,672 U.S. stores would be rebranded as CVS Pharmacy as part of a new partnership with CVS Health, and that change is in progress at the Jefferson City Target.
Show-Me Green sales tax holidays in April are a great time to replace aging appliances with more energy-efficient models.
Ferguson's economy, still struggling after the unrest that followed the 2014 police shooting of Michael Brown, celebrated a jolt of good news on Friday: new jobs.
General Motors is recalling more than a million Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks worldwide because the seat belts may not hold the driver in a crash.
Employers added more jobs in three-quarters of U.S. states in March, led by big gains in Maryland, Ohio and New Jersey.
U.S. stocks fell slightly as a dip in oil prices dragged energy companies lower, but for the week ,stocks ended sharply higher.
Services pending for Jefferson City businessman and former lawmaker. Jefferson City businessman Carl Vogel lost his battle with pancreatic cancer Thursday night, 5½ weeks after his 61st birthday.
Peabody Energy, the nation's largest coal miner, filed for bankruptcy protection Wednesday as a crosscurrent of environmental, technological and economic changes wreak havoc across the industry.
The online grocery wars are getting fiercer. Wal-Mart said Wednesday it's expanding its service that allows customers to order groceries online and then pick them up in the parking lot of their local store.
Gov. Jay Nixon and Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard met for about 20 minutes Tuesday afternoon, in Richard’s third floor Capitol office.
Garden-care giant Ortho said Tuesday that it will stop using a class of chemicals widely believed to harm bees as concerns rise about the health of the insects that pollinate a big portion of plants people eat.
HTC is promising a better camera — along with refinements in audio and design — as it unveils its latest flagship phone, the HTC 10.
The federal government’s budget deficit rose sharply in March, pushing the deficit for the first six months of this budget year above the same period a year ago.
It’s not easy being Trump these days. Just ask the people at Trump Tobacco in California, Trump Travel in New York, Trump Memorials in Nebraska and Trump Chiropractic & Acupuncture in Kansas.
Stocks posted solid gains Tuesday, led by energy companies after news reports said Saudi Arabia and Russia were working toward an agreement to cut oil production. Investors also worked through the initial batch of earnings from the first quarter of the year.
Some Missouri business leaders are forming a coalition against a proposal that would protect some businesses that object to same-sex marriage on religious grounds.
State job applications won’t ask about criminal pasts
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri is removing questions about a job candidate’s criminal history from initial applications for work within state government, even as a legislative effort to also “ban the box” in the private sector stalls.