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Summer is gone, but about 50,000 college students in the Springfield area are here.
The action stalls the law’s Aug. 28 implementation.
A public-private financing plan is needed for a new office and housing unit renovations.
Employers add 14,100 jobs in July, but the jobless rate is unchanged.
Redevelopment proposal is permitted amid the neighborhood's moratorium.
Opposition to Greene County’s Kansas Expressway extension cites traffic and environmental flaws.
The developer wants to demolish two old properties in favor of new multifamily buildings.
The fate of the physician training program has been threatened.
Proposed bills also call on less members of the state General Assembly, as well as help for some buying their first homes.
The Missouri Press Association provides a series of articles on Jefferson City lawmaker moves.
Missouri has until next January to comply with the federal standard.
Legislation seeks to cap benefits based on the unemployment rate.
Hundreds of supporters and protestors attend the event at a vacant industrial plant.
Chambers of commerce are working to capitalize on missed opportunities last year.
Andrew Wilson says if investors won’t touch a commercial venture, without major subsidies, then it’s a lousy deal for taxpayers as well.
The legislation would increase penalties for government officials found guilty of such activities as fraud or misconduct.
Columnist Phill Brooks uncovers something unexpected examining lobbyists in the state capitol.
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