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Gary Grove pleads guilty to a misdemeanor after death of motorcyclist.

Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst defends Senate Bill 391.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, health care, hospitality, law, manufacturing, municipal, nonprofit, real estate and retail.

Dr. Alan Scarrow self-publishes “Hope over Experience: How Big Data, Automation, and AI Can Fix Healthcare.”

City Council on March 11 heard a rezoning proposal for multiple properties.

The senator seeks the implementation of safety provisions.

Greenway Capital is developing Northgate Apartments.

With plans for matching local pledges, the funding is expected to bring on $27 million in private investments.

A Romanian national is headed to prison for stealing customer information from bank ATMs.

Positronic Industries Inc. on March 11 presented a rezoning plan to Springfield City Council.

Mailyn Jeffries, human resources director for Greene County, says human resources is more extensive than what people usually associate with the job.

Phase I of the Jordan Creek daylighting project is presented.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, government, health care, law, manufacturing and retail.

The C-Street Community Improvement District brought things to life, but there’s still work to be done.

City officials expect collections to still finish near 2018 record of $13.6 million.

Nearly $96 million in city projects are lined up for 2019.

Passage would legalize sports wagering in casinos and on the internet.

Negotiations on a five-year lease end with purchase agreement in place for 2020.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, media, nonprofit, politics and real estate.

Market analysis for city-owned land also is being sought from engineers CFS.

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