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Legislators also agree to place right-to-work referendum on August ballot.

With an Aug. 1 start date, Jason Gage succeeds City Manager Greg Burris.

May report shows 223,000 jobs added, bringing the unemployment rate to 3.8 percent.

A proposed 30-acre site could add another 3 MW of clean power.

Want to know what went wrong with Eric Greitens? Guest columnist Miles Ross asked a Navy SEAL.

The lawsuits will be based on misleading marketing and drastic oversupply of the drugs.

Five-county area records Missouri’s third lowest unemployment rate in April.

A major American food company recently announced its strong stance in support of genetically-modified ingredients.

There is no shortage of statements issued immediately following Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens resignation.

Springfield City Council appears poised to approve $366 million in proposed city spending next fiscal year.

Brian Weiler believes executives should lead by example.

The local area still has the lowest wages in Missouri.

A final vote is expected in two weeks on the projected spending, ahead of the July 1 start of fiscal 2019.

Officials cite higher revenue and lower taxes.

Features Editor Christine Temple interviews the president and co-founder of Floris Capital Management.

Presentation outlines five points why the Fed should hold off the expected quarter-point increase this year.

TommyHawks Axe House opened; Missouri Air National Guard started its first recruiting office in Springfield; and Primrose Marketplace sold.

Read summaries of legislative actions made by the end of the session on May 18.

Clint Tackitt is ordered to spend two years in federal prison.

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