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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.
Attorney Stephen F. Aton has tips for "understanding both the powers and limitations of the law."
It’s not as alluring as some of the other key initiatives of the Forward SGF comprehensive plan, but the effort to fully update the city’s land development code and accompanying ordinances may be one of the most transformative.
One City Council member balks at price of parking lots.
He has filed paperwork for the August 2024 election.
Amy Moore is promoted to lead the Division of Cannabis Regulation.
Staff recommended removal of 3-story structure.
Reporter Karen Craigo brings government and development coverage and analysis.
Developmental Center of the Ozarks is the largest recipient.
Court order posted to restaurant's door points to tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid rent.
Rep. Travis Smith says legislation would drive business to the state, according to Missouri News Network.
Stephanie Stenger and Heather Hardinger are selected for Athena and Rising Star honors, respectively.
Lowther Johnson is complying with the order, according to provided statement.
Heirloom Candle Bar moved; art supply thrift store Arrow Creative Reuse opened; and Rockford, Illinois-based Beef-A-Roo debuted in Springfield.