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Reporter Karen Craigo brings government and development coverage and analysis.

Elevate Branson is the largest local recipient, according to Missouri DED.

Developmental Center of the Ozarks is the largest recipient.

Company CFO says a corporate campus is planned on the site.

Bass Pro Shops is among companies that helped the nonprofit push past $1 million in red kettle donations.

Profits for the year are up slightly compared with 2021.

Revenue moves up 2% during the company's fiscal second quarter.

Partnership with Bits of Stock means customers can earn Fortune 500 stock through debit card transactions.

The university broke ground on the 70,000-square-foot project last year.

In 2023, company CEO expects "challenging year driven by continued economic uncertainty."

A $16 million deal would use city general funds with no mechanism to recoup the expenditure. 

Digital Editor Geoff Pickle brings you internet, public records and technology coverage and analysis.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, health care and nonprofit.

$16 million deal includes purchase and renovations.

Rep. Travis Smith says legislation would drive business to the state, according to Missouri News Network.

More than $6 million worth of residences qualify for SBJ feature in January.

The company announces additional stores are shuttering.

A rise in fourth-quarter net income isn’t enough for positive full-year earnings.

Developers are asked to make proposals to address a shortage.

The partnership with Springfield Public Schools also means financial services industry experience for students.

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