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Formerly a state representative serving Barry and portions of Stone and Lawrence counties, Scott Fitzpatrick in late 2018 was named state treasurer by Missouri Gov. Mike Parson.

What isn’t on Robert Cirtin’s resume? That is the question.

Throughout his career, Jim Arnott has believed in a boots-on-the-ground style of leadership. “I lead from the front,” the Greene County sheriff says.

A search warrant discovers money counterfeiting operations at the Metropolitan Hotel, officials say.

However, the amount of product that will be available locally is unknown

Two business owners, represented by Kristi Fulnecky, allege harm to the tourist city's economy.

Gov. Mike Parson and Auditor Nicole Galloway officially will face off in the November election.

Springfield City Council on July 27 unanimously approved a 180-day administrative delay of demolition, new construction, replatting and rezoning along the Grant Avenue Parkway.

Nearly 75 events set for 2020 have been called off in light of the coronavirus.

There have been more than 1,000 confirmed local cases since the pandemic began.

Attorney claims school board is denying “equal access to education” for some students.

The governor visits Springfield for the event previously scheduled to be in person.

Gov. Mike Parson announced in July he’s making $77 million of the federal coronavirus relief money available to Missouri businesses and nonprofits.

Greene County officials say they are ready to expedite the process after a delay.

Three taxing districts are slated to generate $15.6 million in public improvements across the city.

More than 650 federal loans in excess of $150,000 were dispersed to Springfield businesses by early July.

Former councilperson and attorney Kristi Fulnecky represents the plaintiff.

Nonprofits and community organizations are the first allowed to submit requests for funds.

Beginning July 16, face coverings are now required in public spaces in Springfield.

How to navigate through this crisis and prepare for the next.

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