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New vehicle stock is expected to stay low into 2023.

The Missouri Thunder will compete in Ridgedale at the Thunder Ridge venue.

The state General Assembly's 2022 session is underway.

American Trade Association for Cannabis & Hemp President Michael Bronstein says Missouri’s program is a model for the nation to follow.

The Springfield-based frozen custard chain is taking the place of the shuttered National Art Shop.

They said it. We're reporting it. Fourteen industry forecasts lead the way into 2022.

The latest rate is 2.1% in November, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The figure rises to $11.15 per hour, with a jump to $12 scheduled in 2023.

Payne's Valley is named best new public course in North America.

Emery Sapp & Sons is approved to begin mobilizing equipment.

Stan Field succeeds Jeffrey Bourk as executive director.

Gary Ellison is the 2022 Pinnacle recipient.

A major expansion of Missouri State University’s Jordan Valley Innovation Center is well underway.

The funding helps disadvantaged businesses and communities.

Jim Baker has worked at the school for nearly three decades.

After Ryan Mooney's exit, the organization makes two high-profile interim appointments as a search is launched.

The gift establishes the Gene Haas Foundation Precision Machining Lab.

Nine people speak to an audience at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.

Construction for OTC and Drury academic facilities is set to wrap by July.

UMB Bank’s Justin Butler and Adam McDiarmid have recommendations.

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