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Federal court determines trucking company can’t force arbitration in a class-action suit.

City may legalize the properties after more than a year of debate.

Library Express West is funded by $240,000 in local and state grants.

John Taylor writes: Citizens are supposed to be part of federal debate, not part of a deal.

Governor's proposed $30 billion budget includes $5 million for OTC advanced manufacturing center.

Projects are funded by voter-approved level property tax.

Springfield receives a $4.4 million check from the state.

A funding mechanism for startup and small businesses is making big dividends as an alternative to traditional loans.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, government, health care, marketing and nonprofit.

A house has been razed, but future development is in limbo due to an administrative delay.

Locals are affected by the longest shutdown in U.S. history.

Topeka, Kansas-based Cook, Flatt & Strobel Engineers Inc. was the sole respondent.

Kuvera Partners is seeking incentives for the proposed Aquarium at the Boardwalk.

The governor discusses transportation and broadband infrastructure, higher education and the state budget.

The state’s jobless rate ticks up to 3.1 percent in December.

The decision sets a precedent involving transportation workers and the Federal Arbitration Act.

Voters will decide on the measure in April.

A four-home development planned in Phelps Grove is on hold.

The municipality moves to examine Cook, Flatt & Strobel Engineers’ credentials.

The no-interest program is available for workers in seven counties.

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