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Retired judge Kenneth Thompson will review the case.

The funding will be used for programming at Fremont Elementary.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking and finance, education, health care, law, municipal and technology.

A Missouri Job Center program that focuses on helping people with legal convictions find employment is finding success by moving classes inside prison walls.

A Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce-led delegation travels to the Kentucky city.

2019 marks the 20th year of the Most Influential Women awards.

The state is open for medical marijuana business, and veteran operators are flocking.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks discusses a recent news conference from the president and reflects on years of covering Missouri politics.

The report recommends better budgeting practices.

The health care center will expand oral health care.

The local metro area’s jobless rate rises in August, according to new data.

Brian Gelner steps into the National Beer Wholesalers Association leadership role for the next year.

Members of the governing body will consider a hearing examiner after findings come in from a separate attorney.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, government, law and technology.

City staff requests eminent domain through an ordinance for stormwater project.

A couple of businesses will host the Stanley Cup on Oct. 10.

The health care system is closing its Butterfield Pharmacy and moving prescriptions to Stephens Pharmacy.

Council members cite accountability issues with the program.

The city’s board is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a property sale.

Number of jobless people in the state falls 2.1%.

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