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

Tennessee and Dublin companies are implicated in the orders.

Government officials also move on broadband for public libraries and a residency rule involving the attorney general.

A simple swab of the inside of your cheek can lead to optimizing your nutrition and fitness program, personal medication profile, in addition to your ancestry. According to Austin O’Reilly, owner …

Former Rep. Sara Lampe joins the call for an audit as she runs for the presiding commissioner seat.

Jessica Kruse announces her campaign for the Division III associate circuit judge seat.

Eddie Cooper becomes the second to admit wrongdoing in a conspiracy involving Preferred Family Healthcare.

Law firms across the Queen City are experiencing changes in names, management, partners and location.

Features Editor Hanna Smith interviews the Springfield Municipal Court judge.

County officials are shunning the auditor’s investigation in favor of a review by Missouri Ethics Commission.

The sheriff's office oversees a crowded jail while identifying savings for an expansion.

Newsmakers in the areas of arts, banking & finance, consulting, health care, legal, municipal and nonprofit.

The $61M deal settles a class-action lawsuit by gun owners.

The county’s presiding commissioner is guarded, citing advice from his attorney.

Farmers Park seeks more than $130,000 in rent and fees.

Andereck, Evans, Lewis, Figg & Battagler reflects a retirement and promotion in the Queen City.

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