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Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., chairs the committee that secured nearly $4 million in Missouri for mental health and opioid treatment.

The city’s hired firm from Chicago finds no concerns.

The director and surgeons join two state organizations.

The five-county area ties for the third-lowest rate statewide in March, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Opposition to Greene County’s Kansas Expressway extension cites traffic and environmental flaws.

The city expects to save $2.5 million over the course of a 25-year contract.

Missouri is on a mission to become the next leader in innovation.

The health care nonprofit places three on unpaid leave.

Rich Horton plans to run as a Democrat against the owner of Stephens Pharmacy.

Newsmakers in the areas of education, health care, law, nonprofit and parks & recreation.

Positive December and January totals follow three months of missed forecasts by city officials.

Bills sponsored by local lawmakers Elijah Haahr and Jay Wasson are among those in the works.

Spokesman says plans are not yet known for the vacant space on Glenstone Avenue.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, health care, insurance, manufacturing and municipal.

A proposed community improvement district would remedy issues related to three bodies of water.

She’ll meet with other elected officials this year to help set policy goals for municipalities.

The city of Springfield took its first step toward launching a new outreach initiative.

The jobless rate returns to its June level, but nonfarm payroll ranks improve.

Local grocers say SNAP bolsters bottom lines from superstores to gas stations.

Officials expect a delivery of a new transformer after a failure last year.

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