The top five banks own 50 percent of the market, according to the latest data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
The Springfield hospital is no longer under threat of losing its Medicare agreement.
Members vote in favor of supporting economic vitality and public safety.
A recent graduate takes over as coordinator for the young professionals organization, while a legislative assistant also comes on board.
City Council is considering a rezoning that would allow the development to move forward.
Chambers of commerce are working to capitalize on missed opportunities last year.
Two education leaders will receive doctorate in public affairs degrees at MSU in the spring.
The funding would improve the local justice system and reestablish services lost to past budget cuts, officials say.
Officials hope to bring attention to the Commercial Street bridge closed since last year.
Jay Ashcroft’s Securities Division also investigates two out-of-state firms for targeting Missourians.
An executive branch deputy counsel provides an update on the “No MO Red Tape” campaign.
The governor delivers his second address in Jefferson City.
The body considers three back-to-back bills for rezonings covering 15 acres.
The total is 11 percent higher than in 2017, with the general revenue fund climbing 27 percent.
Officials consider rule changes as short-term rentals grow in popularity.
The locations are docked for improper procedures.
The former owner of Springfield’s Macaroni Grill and Ebbets Field is headed to prison for five years.
The county’s engineers will now start designing the south-side project.
The community college will launch a Veterans Upward Bound campaign to assist area vets’ higher education needs.
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