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Francine Pratt, director of Prosper Springfield, explained the link between median income level and poverty rate at a City Council learning session. 

A request for proposal process runs through June 28.

With new licenses coming available, meetings are meant to educate potential applicants.

Planned development changes would apply to 402 acres.

McDonald, Jasper and Newton counties are getting upgrades via Missouri Network Alliance.

Manufacturing, health care, IT, retail, hospitality and government are among the industries represented.

The mayor is recognized for community service involvement, citizenship and other work.

The Missouri Nonpublic School Accrediting Association votes unanimously, officials say.

The Springfield municipality partners with ETC Institute to survey 12,000 households.

The White House Theatre building is planned for use as a new headquarters for the Branson Police Department.

Local legal experts to discuss expungements, including for marijuana-related offenses.

Nearly 30 years from its inception, officials say the city of Springfield’s commercial loan program has picked up in activity as businesses look to make investments beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ozarks Pridefest a sticking point in lone dissenting vote.

State Sen. Lincoln Hough outlines the legislature's investment in mental health care.

Initiative aims to better connect people leaving prison with local jobs.

The metro area scores the best in housing during the first quarter, according to new report.

The city will evaluate what improvements are needed.

Missouri Farm Bureau's Spencer Tuma says conservation will play a big role.

Developer says project – his worst-kept secret in Springfield – is about 90% finalized, though company will make official announcement. 

Robert Cirtin, Dr. Deiter Duff, Craig Jones, Sarah Newell and J.R. Webb are selected.

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