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Larry A. Bowles, 71, of Springfield, formerly of Tuscola, died at 3:40 a.m. Sunday (Oct. 25, 2020) at St. John's Hospital, Springfield. [Read More]
Betsy Dirksen Londrigan ran a safe, disciplined campaign with a very narrow focus on health care policy in 2018. It almost worked. She very nearly... [Read More]
I'm going to stick with the wisdom of my grandpa and the others who wrote our state's Constitution and keep the onus on Springfield to... [Read More]
New concerns Monday night about the security of those ballot drop boxes after Boston police arrested a man they say set fire to one over... [Read More]
In the beginning of 2020, dirt bikes on city streets yielded numerous complaints among Springfield residents. [Read More]
More than a quarter of U.S. counties have at least one in ten households where English is not the spoken language at home. Election day... [Read More]
A parent informed St. Michael's Academy that their child tested positive for COVID-19, according to an email sent from Principal Ann Dougal to parents. [Read More]
"Unfortunately, there's always the possibility that we could have someone that might want to tamper with the ballot box," Election Commissioner Gladys Oyola-Lopez said. [Read More]
A mechanical failure leading to ice loss as caused the Jordan Valley Ice Park to close for at least three weeks. The Springfield-Greene County Park... [Read More]
The civil rights organization argues that the move was a response to Bishop Talbert W. Swan II's criticism of the department. [Read More]
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) made the decision to switch to voluntary testing for chronic wasting disease during opening weekend. Francis Skalicky with MDC…... [Read More]
Missouri's Show-me Healthy Women program is coming to help women during breast cancer awareness month. Learn more about the program in the video above. [Read More]
6 Brick's LLC was approved last year for a marijuana store at 250 Albany St., but before opening chose to relocate to the first floor... [Read More]
Legislation passed this summer includes $1 million for CyberPlus New England, a training center to be created at Springfield Union Station. [Read More]
Springfield Police are cracking down on a quality of life issues involving excessive noise in neighborhoods and a common nemesis has reared it's head again. [Read More]
Sir Knight Paul Rexroat was inducted into the Springfield Diocesan Knights of Columbus Bishop's Hall of Fame. [Read More]
Six of the state's 11 coronavirus mitigation regions will be under escalated restrictions starting Wednesday as hospitalizations for COVID-19 show a quickening rate of increase. [Read More]
Police announce guns, heroin seizures in Springfield, MA... [Read More]
For the past few months, the mayor of Springfield, Jim Langfelder, said dozens of people without a place to call home decided to create their... [Read More]
There's a new justice on the state's Supreme Court. Paul Bauer is now serving as the resident circuit judge in Marshall County in the 10th... [Read More]
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