The Missouri state representative is found guilty of COVID-19 and stem cell fraud schemes, as well as illegally distributing prescription drugs.
Owner’s permit application raises larger issues for some council members.
Springfield-based Ozarks Elder Law expanded its footprint in Nixa; Skin Wax Ink changed its location and name; and food truck The Deck Pizza Co. opened.
The initiative is funded by federal American Rescue Plan Act funds.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, banking & finance, communications, education and law.
Nearly $23 million is awarded to 10 organizations.
Judge in Galloway Village decision says city’s legal moves reflect two separate and irreconcilable opinions.
Doug Parker is now operating Digital Forensics Group after exiting Encore Bank.
Eric Schmitt alleges the school district, and six others, surveyed students without parental consent.
The relocation is the second in a month for the Springfield-based firm, following a move in Bolivar.
Columnist Garrett Hawkins suggests a Biden administration proposal would adversely impact the economy and multiple industries.
Denny Whayne was the first Black person elected to Springfield's governmental body.
Spencer Fane attorney Alec Martinez: "Unsurprisingly, determining the amount of compensation for property taken by eminent domain often leads to disputes between the landowner and condemning party."
First reading of budget brings concerns from council regarding Police and Building Development staffing.
He discusses workforce and supply chain shortages, while also pointing to the future of the city's economic development work.
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First reading of budget shows dissatisfaction with Police, BDS staffing levels.
U.S. Sens. Roy Blunt and Debbie Stabenow write about legislation underway in D.C.
Judges Calvin Holden and Bill Francis are retiring this summer.
This is the fourth hangar at the Springfield-Branson National Airport for OzAir Charter Service.