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City Beat: Springfield grows annual budget 5% in proposal

Springfield City Council appears poised to approve $366 million in proposed city spending next fiscal year.

Brian Weiler believes executives should lead by example.

Amid the “fake news” playfully peppered into the script by emcee Greg Burris, there was nothing fake about the accomplishments of the winners last night.

The local area still has the lowest wages in Missouri.

A final vote is expected in two weeks on the projected spending, ahead of the July 1 start of fiscal 2019.

Officials cite higher revenue and lower taxes.

Features Editor Christine Temple interviews the president and co-founder of Floris Capital Management.

Presentation outlines five points why the Fed should hold off the expected quarter-point increase this year.

TommyHawks Axe House opened; Missouri Air National Guard started its first recruiting office in Springfield; and Primrose Marketplace sold.

Read summaries of legislative actions made by the end of the session on May 18.

Clint Tackitt is ordered to spend two years in federal prison.

Leaders from Kansas and Utah will visit the Queen City May 20-21 for interviews and meetings.

Clif Smart says $6.5 million in appropriations would be restored under the state budget, pending approval by the governor.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, banking & finance, education, engineering and government.

Proposed code supplants state bar on texting while driving by curbing mention of "texting."

Overall, foreign markets bought $3.9 million worth of Show-Me State goods in the first quarter.

Hal Higdon plans to attend a June event hosted by the Office of Science and Technology Policy.

Mike Landis is heading to the city of Republic.

The May check from the state is 22 percent ahead of projections.

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