Entrepreneur Josh Widner and business partners have a new concept in the works downtown.
WonderWorks gets its start with safety measures in place.
Safety precautions are implemented in line with city and federal guidelines.
Richard Russell worked at the company for two years.
The university will eliminate 24 positions in response to "historic budgetary issues" and COVID-19.
Joseph Passanise joins a state group that works to bring jobs and spending to Missouri.
Event organizers cite coronavirus concerns.
The local metro area's jobless rate came in at 9.1% in April.
The $4 million project includes driving bays and a restaurant.
The Springfield-Greene County Health Department announced another potential COVID-19 exposure.
Prosecutors yesterday levied new criminal charges against four Minneapolis police officers implicated in the death of George Floyd.
AMC, the world's largest movie theater chain, has "substantial doubt" it can remain in business, officials with the company said.
The U.S. Senate yesterday passed a Paycheck Protection Program reform bill after it was cleared by the House last week.
Four chicken industry executives were indicted on price-fixing charges.
Bank of America announced a $1 billion donation to help address economic and racial inequality.
The Federal Reserve announced the expansion of its municipal bond-buying program.
A racehorse named for Dr. Anthony Fauci finished in second place in his debut.
The Springfield Fire Department responded last night to a fire at Zio's Italian Kitchen.
The Springfield-Greene County Health Department issued a new coronavirus exposure warning.
“I’ve just been trying to make profit out of pennies.” —David Bauer, of Harbell's Grill and Sports Bar, on continuing his business amid COVID-19
Cleaning protocols and social distancing guidelines have been put in place.
SBJ honors the fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.
As national supply chain issues impact the meatpacking industry, higher prices and demand have been the norm in recent weeks for local meat companies.
Ozark-based The Firm Real Estate LLC made a move; husband-and-wife Douglas and Alison Gragson moved their counseling practice; and Burrell Behavioral Health’s rapid access unit launched.