The plastic surgeon must pay restitution as part of the agreement.
Heavily traveled road that serves Springfield Underground would be improved through federal grant.
The state chamber points to COVID-19 vaccination, workforce and manufacturing issues.
Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks says he observed a lack of discipline among lawmakers in Jefferson City this year.
New facility will hold up to 1,242 prisoners, and all Sheriff’s Office employees will be on the premises.
Pavel Samsinak beat his neighbor to death, according to a jury conviction earlier this year.
Dr. Bharat Shah is accused of choking a deaf Uber driver.
The declaration is good for developers, but questions linger for homeowners amid Grant Ave. Parkway study.
However, it doesn’t impact the Grain Belt Express project, according to Missouri News Network.
The Department of Labor accuses 3Pointe Restaurant Group Holdings of failing to pay overtime.
City of Springfield approves sale of 15 parcels that once housed dangerous buildings.
Columnist Lynne Haggerman: "Recently, federal employment laws have been revised, clarified and implemented."
In 2021, plaintiffs filed a record number of federal lawsuits accusing businesses of discriminating against people with disabilities through inaccessible physical facilities.
Environmentalists and construction professionals make up broad base of support for measure.
On Oct. 27, Convoy of Hope dedicated its new 250,000-square-foot distribution center and broke ground on its next project: a 200,000-square-foot headquarters and training center, which will be connected to the distribution center by a skywalk.