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Plato’s Cave becomes affordable housing during the rise of extended stay closures
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Plato’s Cave becomes affordable housing during the rise of extended stay closures

BRANSON, Mo. — A place intentionally opened for international workforce housing is now an all-inclusive affordable housing development. Ronda Cady,...

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Missouri retailers could be in store for a boost in holiday sales
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Missouri retailers could be in store for a boost in holiday sales

MISSOURI, (Missourinet).– Missouri retailers could be in for a nice holiday gift. Creighton University economist Ernie Goss expects shoppers to...

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Local bookstore saved by the community
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Local bookstore saved by the community

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A downtown bookstore will now remain open after the community stepped up to help the owner. The owner of Bookmarx, Joshua Arnett...

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The Workshop: a craftsman coffee shop with hopes of community involvement
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The Workshop: a craftsman coffee shop with hopes of community involvement

OZARK, Mo- The Ozark Mill officially has its first business open and ready to go, The Workshop. Sarah Stracke, the manager of The Workshop, says...

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Greene County residents notice property tax increase
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Greene County residents notice property tax increase

GREENE COUNTY, Mo. — There is a reason why Greene County residents have been noticing an increase in their property taxes. The Greene County...

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USDA picks Missouri office building as its Kansas City site
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USDA picks Missouri office building as its Kansas City site

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced it has signed a lease for permanent office space at an office building in...

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The News- Leader’s Answer Man: Why are there gargoyles on Historic City Hall?  How long have they been there? – Chris Allison, of Rogersville
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The News- Leader’s Answer Man: Why are there gargoyles on Historic City Hall? How long have they been there? – Chris Allison, of Rogersville

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.– The four gargoyles, one on each corner of an upper tower, were in the exact same spots when the building opened in 1894 as a...

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Springfield city council opts-out of clean-energy program
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Springfield city council opts-out of clean-energy program

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Springfield city council meeting made a step toward a new future for the old Price Cutter on Kansas Expressway and Grand and...

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One man’s unclaimed property is another man’s unique treasure
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One man’s unclaimed property is another man’s unique treasure

SPRINGFIELD, Mo- The Missouri State Treasurer Office’s unclaimed property auction has hit Springfield for the first time. This is State Treasurer...

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2019 Unclaimed Property Auction in Springfield
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2019 Unclaimed Property Auction in Springfield

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.– Unclaimed property from safe deposit boxes is up for auction in Springfield next week. The Missouri state treasurer is holding...

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Branson renovated the old Days Inn on the strip- it looks great
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Branson renovated the old Days Inn on the strip- it looks great

BRANSON,Mo.– Branson City leaders discussed the critical need for affordable workforce housing. They decided to renovate Plato’s Cave, a vacant...

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Three Sears stores to close in Missouri
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Three Sears stores to close in Missouri

Sears is pulling the plug on three of its Missouri stores. The company plans to close its locations in southeast Missouri’s Cape Girardeau, eastern...

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Springfield City Council outlines 2019 priorities, here’s what they are
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Springfield City Council outlines 2019 priorities, here’s what they are

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Springfield City Council unanimously approved a resolution adopting its 2019 priorities at the July 29 meeting. The priorities...

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Missouri audit cites Parson for travel to shows, sports game
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Missouri audit cites Parson for travel to shows, sports game

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri’s Democratic state auditor on Thursday called out Republican Gov. Mike Parson for being reimbursed for...

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Springfield fire damages former church building
News 5 months ago
Springfield fire damages former church building

SHAKOPEE,Mn. (CBS) -- Amazon agreed to pay its workers at least $15 an hour last year, but that concession has not put an end to protests by...

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