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Route 66 Festival crushes former attendance record

An estimated 53,000 people attend to view 451 classic cars.

The 12-year-old rental business has a new formula for expanding across state lines.

Opposition to Greene County’s Kansas Expressway extension cites traffic and environmental flaws.

In a second career, Jack and Donna Ewing join a mobile shaved ice franchise.

The mayor visits Jefferson City to speak about funding recommendations.

The county’s engineers will now start designing the south-side project.

Vital Farms begins 82,000-square-foot project at Partnership Industrial Center West.

The news follows Uber’s entrance into the market two months ago. 

The U.S. Transportation Department is seeking to build on consumer-protection guidelines for airlines released in 2009 and 2011.

Springfield prices this morning are 10 cents below the state average, which rose by nearly 26 cents during the past week.

The auto parts retailer increases the aggregate amount of its buyback plan to $9.75 billion.

Central Marketing Transport opens a 20,000-square-foot center to replace existing operations in the city.

Joplin jail agreement falls within designated funds; developer seeks East Cherry Street rezoning.

All electronic devices larger than a cellphone will be removed from baggage.

For traditional cab companies, recently approved regulations might signal an adapt or die mentality.

Taxi regulations would shrink if the path is paved in Springfield for transportation network companies.

Missouri has officially handed the keys to Uber and Lyft.

Kimberly Cella of the Missouri Public Transit Association: It's important to realize funds to develop infrastructure are key.

Swift Transportation is merging with Knight Transportation.

The ride-hailing service revs up two days after council approves new regulations. 

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