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The state ranks No. 7 nationwide during 2021, according to latest annual data.

The initiative to promote homeownership and residential property renovation now has $1.75 million in commitments.

Pavel Samsinak, who previously operated Czech Us Out, is scheduled to be sentenced in May.

City Council gives green light to capital improvements program, an annual act required by the city charter. 

The city of Springfield's Sally Payne: "While there are many factors affecting the current labor shortage, such as early retirements, lack of child care, the gig economy and a population decrease, there’s still a significant number of workers who are looking for, yet not finding, employment – a hidden workforce."

Corwin Automotive Group relocated its operations; the city of Nixa opened its first park for dogs; and Rise Coffee Co. transitioned to a brick-and-mortar shop.

Member argues addressing poverty should be higher priority for body.

Marabella developer looks to rezone and annex nearly 230 acres for the project.

Rebekka Coffey is promoted to city clerk.

State Rep. Alex Riley welcomes fast-moving business innovations.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks discusses a flood of legislation that would impact public schools.

The project was temporarily pulled from the Springfield governing body’s agenda following a meeting notice complaint.

The funding goes toward environmental job training.

The state's other metro areas presented a mixed bag in December, according to federal data.

The Missouri secretary of state's office alleges investors were marketed investments at grossly inflated prices.

Grant program is set to sunset in August.

Deal with gas station could open 1K acres to development.

The total, which includes almost $3 billion in American Rescue Plan Act funds, is roughly $12 billion more than the current fiscal year budget.

BKD delivers results of fiscal 2021 review.

Seven Springfield and Rogersville residents are charged in the conspiracy involving multiple companies and two states.

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