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Jan. 8 Springfield City Council agenda includes two items that would go before voters in April 2 election. 

All of the state's metropolitan areas post decreases in November, according to latest federal data.

They said it. We're reporting it. Thirteen forecasts lead the way into the new year.

Reporter Karen Craigo delves into government and development coverage and analysis.

New Cingular Wireless is picked for an $848,602 grant for projects in Bates, Jasper and Vernon counties.

A decision is expected within days on whether a case pitting University Heights residents against BK&M can move forward. 

Missouri attorney general's office announces restitution order for James Enloe of Enloe Exteriors.

 Reflecting on 2023, the SBJ newsroom ranked the Top 10 stories that impacted regional business.

Gov. Mike Parson announces the selection of Jane Earnhart for an architecture and engineering panel.

An engineering manager with the Springfield company is honored for support of employees who serve in the National Guard and Reserves.

Director Nick Nelson says the process "touches all parts of the current facility."

Month-over-month job gains tally 5,900, according to latest state data.

Permit request prompts members to suggest revisiting the issue.

Associate Director Jim Schmidt starts Dec. 30 amid a search for Regina Greer Cooper's permanent successor.

Zoning commission last night votes down the latest iteration of the development proposal by BK&M. 

Revised plan incorporates fewer raised medians after economic impact study and conversations with business owners. 

Springfield City Council holds first hearings on handful of rezoning measures. 

Alex Riley says he wants to change a culture of "personality conflicts" disrupting the Missouri House.

Join us on the third Tuesday of each month for a live interview with one of 12 local professionals handpicked by our editorial team.

A mismatch between available housing units in the city and the income levels of those who reside in them was one of the chief issues raised in a housing study presented to Springfield City Council at its Dec. 5 luncheon.

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