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The move to block tax credits takes local developers by surprise.

A man who targeted residents in Springfield and elsewhere is subject to a $643,704 judgment.

David Hayes pleaded guilty this summer to stealing from a local nonprofit and business.

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, environment, health care, law, law enforcement, nonprofit, retail and sales.

Gov. Eric Greitens says the cancellation will save taxpayers millions of dollars.

“Medical negligence or medical malpractice cases essentially are a platform for families to bring a lawsuit against a healthcare provider,” says Debbie Dodge, Managing Shareholder at Hall Ansley. …

Property owners may have to register their structures and be held liable for nuisances.

An executive branch deputy counsel provides an update on the “No MO Red Tape” campaign.

In Battlefield, though, city’s proposed use tax narrowly fails.

The local ballot also includes county and city of Battlefield tax issues.

Neally Law LLC, 2 Balance LLC and Cart32 relocated.

The organization claims Travis Dibben’s Escape Resolutions failed to pay back customers and poorly communicated with them.

“I think this really empowers them to identify and to be able to have the courage to speak up, “ says Tijuana Julian, Executive Director of Student Affairs and Dean of Students at Drury …

A Springfield woman is headed to jail for a year after stealing from the municipality.

S2 Consultant uses the same equipment as the Justice Department and FBI to extract digital data from devices.

Douglas, Haun & Heidemann wins a suit against defense contractor L3 Technologies Inc.

Six Springfield businesses are blocked from engaging in prostitution.

“While I grew up in Ozark Fence Company, after taking ownership, the company looked a lot different,” says Joe Everest, owner of Ozark Fence & Supply Co., LLC. Growing up in the family business, …

The Greene County Commission votes to release projections on revenue and spending ahead of the Nov. 7 election.

Jeanie Williams made a career change buying Weezie’s Upscale Retail Boutique Outlet; John Bigler moved to Springfield and opened a law office; and Central Marketing Transport LLC settled into a new maintenance and driver facility in Stafford.

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