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Willard Police Department Chief Tom McClain has set the bar high for his officers, and it’s a lifestyle he strives to lead by example.

For Ben McBride, being an attorney is more than simply an occupation, it is a civic responsibility.

Kevin Dunaway’s life has been marked by dedication. That’s perhaps most evident in his career.

Springfield Business Journal honors 20 men making an impact on the community.

Incumbent Gov. Mike Parson has not yet officially declared his intention to run next year.

Robert Rees attempted to use and cash stolen checks.

A group of legislators led by Sen. Eric Burlison, R-Battlefield, began evaluating the state’s retirement systems last month.

Aimed at women incarcerated in prison, Aspire MO guides participants onto the path of entrepreneurship.

First-time business owner Dalton Cohen started Texas Soul Boutique; the Nixa office of Ozarks Elder Law LLC moved; and Mountain Grove-based Westgate Trailers expanded operations with a Springfield site.

Governor returns to city to deliver a State of the State at chamber event.

The Complex Springfield cancels a concert after the incident.

The university pledges to fully comply with the investigation.

In a tight employment market “I think the first thing is really being more open to hiring someone who struggles with literacy,” says Kristy Frans with the Council of Churches. “Just because …

Metropolitan Farmer operator is ordered to pay roughly $169,000.

The purchase age for tobacco products rise to 21 from 18.

The $300,000 project is designed as an “all-inclusive, sensory park” for children with and without disabilities.

The tiny homes nonprofit alleges discrimination under the American With Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act.

Tax liens are filed against Black Sheep, Char and Flame.

The law firm is slated to investigate undisclosed women’s volleyball allegations.

More than 30 lawsuits are in settlement negotiations.

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