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Council considers removing COVID-19 ordinance

The Health Department is supportive, despite declining interest in vaccinations.

The federal commission alleges disability discrimination.

Gov. Mike Parson indicates the voter-approved measure does not have a legal funding mechanism.

The bill heads to Gov. Mike Parson's desk.

Health Department officials express concern about rising case counts.

Over 30 years after its last use as a jail, a 91-year-old Dallas County building has a new lease on life as a short-term rental – allowing its visitors to leave anytime they like.

Heather Neal previously pleaded guilty to filing fraudulent tax returns.

The Missouri Senate debates the addition of a shorter eligibility window for benefits.

The municipality and its nonprofit partners connect with more than 400 recipients to date.

Timeshare exit business Real Travel and Brian Scroggs were sued in 2019 for allegedly failing to provide promised services.

Columnist Lynne Haggerman outlines Biden administration changes.

Attorney Andy Peebles asks: "Is a website a place of public accommodation subject to the ADA?"

SBJ interviews the of counsel attorney at Spencer Fane.

The lawsuit filed April 15 in federal court alleges violations of religious freedom by an executive order signed by President Joe Biden in January.

Taj Suleyman is scheduled to start May 17 at City Hall.

Protections for businesses are among issues being discussed in Jefferson City.

The two defendants are charged with 34 counts of Medicaid fraud, forgery and identity theft.

The owner of a pair of sandwich shops in Christian County launched seafood eatery Big Al’s Crab Shack; Springfield entertainer Jeff Houghton debuted the Writers’ Room marketing agency; and law firm Branstetter & Lightfoot LLC opened in Bolivar.

The ordinance is set to expire on Thursday – about a week earlier than scheduled.

Two new members join the city of Springfield’s governing board.

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