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One incumbent and three challengers answer questions from SBJ.
Voters will decide April 4 on the measure, which would go toward debt payments, equipment upgrades and other expenses.
Two companies operated by Glenn Jessen allegedly did not conduct work after receiving upfront payments.
Springfield municipal staff will review options to prevent trash being blown from garbage trucks.
Carnahan Evans PC's David Olive outlines the Corporate Transparency Act.
A member of Springfield City Council wants a policy in place to end the practice of demolition by neglect.
Issue is yet to appear this session on floor of House and Senate.
Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.
The new policy impacts all municipal workers on and off the job.
Chair Joselyn Baldner says district's proposal has "accountability and transparency."
The commission approves six nonprofit awards.
The Point Lookout school's request to stop a federal executive order was denied in 2021.
The former state representative also is ordered to pay restitution for COVID-19 fraud scheme.
Springfield City Council voted Feb. 21 to request that a developer voluntarily hold a new neighborhood meeting to hear concerns from residents on a proposed housing development.
Sen. Curtis Trent discusses the process taken by the state legislature.
Councilmember Monica Horton worries residents did not get to weigh in on a proposed apartment and single-family development.
Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks takes a look at local cases as Rep. George Santos faces allegations on the national stage.
SBJ interviews the co-owner of Ozark Mountain Coffee Co.
Mexican restaurant chain expands to Springfield
Springfield coffee shop closing
Legal snafu inadvertently nixes Doling Park development
Coolest Things Made in the Ozarks
Branson lodge featured in '77 New Springtime Hotel Openings Worth Visiting This Year'
Biden issues first veto as president