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Development of at least $10 million is a few years out.

Spokesman says plans are not yet known for the vacant space on Glenstone Avenue.

Scott Colbert shares his 2018 economic outlook with local investors.

Milton Cranford admits he paid Arkansas legislators to steer state funding toward Preferred Family Healthcare.

Read the full speech delivered at Evangel University.

The proposed dealership would make four Missouri locations for the company.

“It’s important to be able to step outside of ourselves and ask, ‘How can we make things better?’” says Sherry Coker, OTC Center for Workforce Development Business Development Director. …

Legislators also agree to place right-to-work referendum on August ballot.

With an Aug. 1 start date, Jason Gage succeeds City Manager Greg Burris.

May report shows 223,000 jobs added, bringing the unemployment rate to 3.8 percent.

A proposed 30-acre site could add another 3 MW of clean power.

Want to know what went wrong with Eric Greitens? Guest columnist Miles Ross asked a Navy SEAL.

The lawsuits will be based on misleading marketing and drastic oversupply of the drugs.

Five-county area records Missouri’s third lowest unemployment rate in April.

A major American food company recently announced its strong stance in support of genetically-modified ingredients.

There is no shortage of statements issued immediately following Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens resignation.

Springfield City Council appears poised to approve $366 million in proposed city spending next fiscal year.

Brian Weiler believes executives should lead by example.

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