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Matthew Simpson succeeds Craig Fishel, who’s running for the Missouri House.

If you’re not a contractor and you’ve never worked with a contractor the selection process can be daunting. Learn three key things you should look for when hiring a building contractor. Sean …

An area surrounding Bass Pro makes city’s second priority, along with downtown and the north side.

The city of Springfield is asserting ownership of Hammons Field.

Steve Meyer is exiting the city after more than 30 years of employment with the municipality.

Check out all the southwest Missourians planning to run in the August primary election.

Safya Yassin admits she used the pseudonym Muslimah on the social media network on behalf of the Islamic State group.

Prosecutors formally accept the company’s 2017 guilty plea.

U.S. Department of Treasury has the final say on program providing improvements in low- and medium-income census tracts.

The state’s average jobless rate improves to 3.8 percent last year from 4.6 percent in 2016.

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

Sen. Roy Blunt helped lead the way for cut as part of federal tax reform.

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

Milton Cranford is charged with conspiracy and receiving a bribe.

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Stan Dobbins seeks funding mechanisms to put the city and its infrastructure projects back on track.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking and finance, development, education, legal, municipal, nonprofit and technology.

Springfield City Council gave a green light for more than 12 acres of new commercial space expected to hit the market soon.

Council to reconsider capital improvements after gathering property owner input.

Tennessee and Dublin companies are implicated in the orders.

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