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Reporter, PhotographerSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Springfield voters are one week away from deciding the future of smoking inside businesses and buildings inside the city limits. Voters will decide if they want to repeal the current smoking ban or maintain the ban with added...
Possible amendments to Springfield's smoking ban could allow smoking inside certain businesses and clubsReporter, PhotographerSpringfield's smoking ban could change Monday night if city council members approve amendments to the Smokefree Air Act that passed last year. Possible amendments include exemptions for electronic cigarettes, smoking during theatrical performances,...
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Reporter, PhotographerAn herbal incense store clerk is recovering after he was shot in his face. The attack happened as Nick Younger closed a store around 8:40 Thursday night. Dairy Scoops & Deli at 1724 N Glenstone Avenue once sold ice cream and deli products. Those days...
Waiting to Work: Non-profit Tantone Industries is expanding to offer jobs to developmentally disabled employeesA non-profit organization is expanding in an effort to give job opportunities to more adults with developmental disabilities. Tantone Industries in Branson is adding a thrift store to the long list of services it offers to businesses in the area. Many...
Reporter, PhotographerA six month prohibition on changes to Springfield's smoking ordinance is now over. For the first time, city council could make amendments to the smoking ban that prohibited smoking inside enclosed buildings, work places and private clubs. Members of...
Reporter, PhotographerCharges are pending against a suspected drunk driver who T-boned a car in south Springfield. The crash sent Michelle Farr to the hospital and her dog running into a nearby neighborhood. Once officers arrived at the scene of the crash, Farr says the...
KY3 is the leading television station in Springfield, Missouri. We have a keen interest in the excellence of broadcast education. KY3 has established this scholarship to encourage students of the highest caliber to enter broadcasting as a career and to...
Tribune reportersTens of thousands of South Side commuters are testing out new routes to work this morning on the first weekday with the Red Line's Dan Ryan branch closed for repairs. As of 6:30 a.m., as the number of commuters began to climb, CTA spokeswoman Tammy...
Reuters* Main mining union NUM seeks wage hikes of up to 60 pct * Gold companies' shares drop, rand also under pressure * Threat of mines unrest is headache for ruling ANC * NUM rival AMCU now dominates tense platinum sector By Ed Stoddard JOHANNESBURG, May...
It took 12 years to go eight miles, but don't underestimate just how far Indianapolis has come while dreaming about, building and completing the Downtown Cultural Trail. In a city and state that desperately need to promote exercise, the trail is an...
The Modesto BeeUnable to match the salaries of private and some public utilities, California cannot retain enough skilled employees to maintain and operate its complex and vital water delivery system. As The Sacramento Bee has reported, years of staffing shortages and...
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