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Attorney Andy Peebles: "With planned giving ... charities live and breathe on the goodwill and donations of their supporters."

The governing body also votes on rezoning cases.

Fourteen area dispensary licenses are announced.

They involve Land O’Lakes Inc. and Miami Nations Tribe.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks calls the initiative a “historic shift.”

Intersection improvements top the list, led by Campbell Avenue and Walnut Lawn.

One Drop Coffee Co. LLC opened in Farmers Park; Robert Cirtin Investigations LLC relocated; and Aurora-based attorney David Payne added an office in Republic.

Governor touts education and workforce in proposed $31 billion budget.

Dr. Randall Halley, one of the top prescribers for a fentanyl spray, is accused of accepting bribes.

Francine Pratt is the third recipient of the Athena Award and Ashley Norgard receives the inaugural Virginia Fry Rising Star Award.

“Every client should be treated as a client for life,” says Lance Garrett, vice president of the Springfield Division of Crossland Construction. From the design phase through replacing worn …

Council hears next step on Jefferson Avenue Footbridge and votes to join new energy district.

Chapter 11 reorganization plan identifies trouble in St. Louis and Poplar Bluff markets.

Todd Myers succeeds Becky Borthwick, who was promoted last year.

Sam Smith assumes his new role on Feb. 1.

The governor calls on a $100 million rainy day fund.

The governmental body considers a request that would pave the way for single-family units.

Alex Holden has been missing since New Year’s Eve.

Zim Schwartze steps into Missouri Capitol Police job after previous chief was fired.

At least two entrepreneurs have been granted a license for infused-product manufacturing in Springfield.

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