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Mayor Ken McClure is challenged, and Richard Ollis won't seek re-election.
An exception was in the area of robberies, which officials say will continue to be a focus in 2023.
As recreational marijuana sales are expected to begin statewide next month, legal and human resources officials say the clock is ticking for employers to ensure their workplace policies are up to date.
Voters will decide on lodging tax expansion in April.
In November 2018, nearly two-thirds of Missouri voters approved Proposition B, an initiative that substantially increased the state’s minimum wage. The hike raised base pay to $12 per hour from $7.85 – a 53% increase – over five years, reaching that target on Jan. 1.
The 2023 state legislative session, which commenced Jan. 4, has officials with the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce and Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry eager to see how its high-priority goals can be addressed in Jefferson City this year.
Texas-based Brighter Image Lab alleges business was damaged by YouTube video from Springfield company's owner.
Change would require investment advisers and broker-dealers to disclose investment strategies that are not only financial based.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.
Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey's office announces plans to seek settlement funds from bankruptcy proceedings.
Eleven community members are the first governing leaders for the homeownership initiative.
Artgoers can view galleries from their devices, including virtual reality.
The Senate Appropriations Committee is tasked with writing the state's fiscal year operating budget.
Officials credit recently retired Sen. Roy Blunt with securing the funding.
Appropriated expenses of $261.7 million are slightly above 2022 figure.
Vote follows three rejections by Planning & Zoning and one rejection and multiple postponements by council.
A plan initiative dedicated to entrepreneurial stewardship calls for the city to cultivate an environment for entrepreneurship, business growth, living-working opportunities and startups.
Allegations of disability discrimination are resolved, according to the federal agency.
The commission approves more than $370,000 in small-business funding.
Urban Studios LLC, a natural light photography studio and pop-up event space, opened; the Missouri State University Foundation became the new owner of event venue The Old Glass Place; and Polk County’s dining scene expanded with the opening of Flat Creek.