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The Show-Me State’s jobless rate ticks down a tenth of a point to 3.4 percent.

A former Branson Belle employee claims he left his job due to emotional distress.

The fund currently has a nearly $500,000 balance for improvements.

A sale of wooded acreage is planned if the request is approved.

Officials have a list of potential projects for consideration.

Jason Gage takes over as Springfield city manager.

Seven House members and five senators from Springfield area earn 90 percent or above ranking.

The $16 million transaction effectively brings the bankruptcy proceedings to an end.

Bob Dixon earns Republican nod for county commissioner over Bob Cirtin, and Josh Hawley and Claire McCaskill prepare to face off.

The decision by Amy Fite follows dismissal by the Missouri Ethics Commission.

The organization conducts interviews and recovers a video recording system.

Nearly 50 want Proposition B to pass in November.

Area educators learn about corporations through externships.

The developer seeks to rezone 6 acres at Campbell Avenue and Weaver Road to multifamily residential.

The Springfield team defeats the top-seeded Philadelphia Freedoms.

Parson is keynote speaker at Springfield chamber’s State of the State event.

The governor is the keynote speaker at the local chamber’s State of the State event.

Only one metro area in Missouri improves in June compared with May.

Springfield’s newest employee comes from same role in Kansas.

Voters will decide Aug. 7 on the fate of Senate Bill 19, now Proposition A. A Drury University professor makes the case for a no vote.

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