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Sitel Corp. employee lied about having coronavirus that shut down company
News 2 months ago
Sitel Corp. employee lied about having coronavirus that shut down company

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Health and government officials have ordered social distancing with no more than 10 people in a setting. But with the severe...

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Dollar General reserves first hour of operation for seniors and at-risk customers
News 2 months ago
Dollar General reserves first hour of operation for seniors and at-risk customers

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.- Dollar General is working to help those most vulnerable to the coronavirus avoid long lines at grocery stores. The company...

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Safeway, Target, more grocery stores designate shopping time for seniors, vulnerable during pandemic
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Safeway, Target, more grocery stores designate shopping time for seniors, vulnerable during pandemic

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - Bigger grocery chain stores are stepping up and setting aside earlier hours for the people most vulnerable to the...

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Michigan closing bars, gyms, stopping restaurant dine-in
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Michigan closing bars, gyms, stopping restaurant dine-in

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - To prevent the spread of coronavirus, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will be ordering bars and slew of other businesses to...

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Nike closing all US stores for two weeks due to coronavirus
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Nike closing all US stores for two weeks due to coronavirus

DALLAS (NEXSTAR) - Nike announced Sunday morning it will close all of its retail stores in the United States and a few additional countries in an...

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Non-profit Life360 leases former Price Cutter property in Springfield
News 2 months ago
Non-profit Life360 leases former Price Cutter property in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - The former Price Cutter on East Division is being restocked with hope for a better tomorrow. Springfield non-profit Life360...

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Seattle small businesses pinched as virus keeps workers home
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Seattle small businesses pinched as virus keeps workers home

SEATTLE (AP) - The coronavirus outbreak has largely emptied Seattle's usually busy downtown streets after Amazon and other companies told tens of...

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Looking for hand sanitizer? Good luck finding it
News 3 months ago
Looking for hand sanitizer? Good luck finding it

NEW YORK (AP) - The hand sanitizers on Amazon were overpriced. A Walmart this weekend was completely sold out. Only on his third try was Ken Smith...

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Joe Coulombe, founder of popular Trader Joe’s markets, dies
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Joe Coulombe, founder of popular Trader Joe’s markets, dies

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Joe Coulombe envisioned a new generation of young grocery shoppers emerging in the 1960s, one that wanted healthy, tasty, high...

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Local students struggle to find affordable housing
News 3 months ago
Local students struggle to find affordable housing

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.- Finding low-income rentals in Springfield can be a challenge, according to a recent survey by the city. Local rent is climbing,...

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Judge cancels oil and gas leases on some sage grouse lands
News 3 months ago
Judge cancels oil and gas leases on some sage grouse lands

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A federal judge has cancelled more than $125 million in oil and gas leases on public lands that are home to the declining bird...

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Is it still cheap to live in Springfield?
News 3 months ago
Is it still cheap to live in Springfield?

SPRINGFIELD, Mo- Springfield has been long talked about as a reasonably cheap place to live in Missouri, especially compared to St. Louis or Kansas...

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Anton’s Coffee Shop is closing down
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Anton’s Coffee Shop is closing down

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A diner that has become a landmark in the city of Springfield will be closing its doors after 45 years of business. Anton's...

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Many winter residential evictions banned in pricey Seattle
News 3 months ago
Many winter residential evictions banned in pricey Seattle

SEATTLE (AP) - Many residential evictions in pricey Seattle have been banned for the city's coldest and wettest months of December, January and...

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Oil from US government leases tops 1 billion barrels in 2019
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Oil from US government leases tops 1 billion barrels in 2019

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Oil production from federally-managed lands and waters topped a record 1 billion barrels last year, U. S. officials told The...

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Branson apartment building deemed too dangerous to live in
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Branson apartment building deemed too dangerous to live in

BRANSON, Mo.- Tenants at some apartments in Branson might soon be forced to leave after their building was deemed too dangerous to live in. The...

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Schick owner Edgewell drops $1.37B buyout deal for Harry’s
News 3 months ago
Schick owner Edgewell drops $1.37B buyout deal for Harry’s

The Simon Property Group will buy mall operator Taubman Realty in a deal valued at around $3.6 billion as those properties continue to struggle...

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Fairbanks Community Hub now open to community
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Fairbanks Community Hub now open to community

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - After years of planning and work, the Fairbanks Community Hub is finally open. The former school opened today as a Community...

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A little history on Springfield and Sears
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A little history on Springfield and Sears

SPRINGFIELD - On Thursday, one of the oldest retail stores in town announced it will be closing its doors in a couple of months. Sears, located in...

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First round of Macy’s store closures announced
News 3 months ago
First round of Macy’s store closures announced

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - Macy's made waves on Tuesday after it announced it would be closing around 125 stores over the next three years as it...

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Macy’s to close 125 stores, shed 2,000 corporate jobs
News 4 months ago
Macy’s to close 125 stores, shed 2,000 corporate jobs

NEW YORK (AP) - Macy's says it is closing 125 of its least productive stores and cutting 2,000 corporate jobs as the struggling department store...

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Arkansas Health Department working to calm fears of coronavirus
News 4 months ago
Arkansas Health Department working to calm fears of coronavirus

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (Missourinet)-- A Missouri House committee reviewed this week U. S. Senator Josh Hawley's allegations that State Auditor Nicole...

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Non-profit says Medicaid expansion will save money
News 4 months ago
Non-profit says Medicaid expansion will save money

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (Missourinet)-- A Missouri House committee reviewed this week U. S. Senator Josh Hawley's allegations that State Auditor Nicole...

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Retail giant H&M is coming to Springfield
News 4 months ago
Retail giant H&M is coming to Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo- Popular retail chain, H&M, will have a new storefront in the Battlefield Mall. H&M stands for Hennes and Mauritz Inc. According to...

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What to do if you live near one
News 4 months ago
What to do if you live near one

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - If you live next to a place covered with garbage and trash strewn all over the yard, there's something you can do about it....

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Christian County officials believe new land will boost economic growth
News 4 months ago
Christian County officials believe new land will boost economic growth

CHRISTIAN COUNTY, Mo. - Smaller cities surrounding Springfield including Nixa and Ozark recently made a decision, that is expected to boost their...

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Venetian islands revamp traditions to counter depopulation
News 4 months ago
Venetian islands revamp traditions to counter depopulation

VENICE, Italy (AP) - The Venetian island of Burano's charms are rooted in its fishing legacy: the colorful fishermen's cottages, the traditional...

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New event center to open up in Lebanon
News 4 months ago
New event center to open up in Lebanon

LEBANON, Mo. - We're nine months away from the opening of a property that community leaders say will transform Lebanon. An event center is coming...

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Starbucks expands presence in low-income communities
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Starbucks expands presence in low-income communities

DETROIT (AP) - Starbucks is expanding a program that tries to help low-income communities by opening coffee shops and hiring local workers. The...

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Missouri Farm Bureau wants state’s newly-created broadband program to be permanent
News 4 months ago
Missouri Farm Bureau wants state’s newly-created broadband program to be permanent

The Missouri Farm Bureau's director of public affairs and advocacy, Eric Bohl, tells Brownfield Ag News it is asking the legislature to continue to...

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