The governor’s decision to call in additional help comes after a weekend in which violence intensified, threatening people, businesses and the opening of schools.
In many states, health insurance providers are disclosing what they plan to charge for coverage in 2015. That’s not happening in Missouri.
The practice of scheduling part-time workers at irregular intervals to cover peak demand is drawing scrutiny and generating efforts, including congressional legislation, to make work schedules more predictable.
Three of the five largest homebuilders in the St. Louis area have acquired 58 acres in Creve Coeur for a residential development they say will be worth $60 million when completed.
A federal district court judge ruled Prime Inc. violated part of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 with a policy that dictated only men train men to be drivers and that only women could train women.