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Commercial properties now open to worldwide browsing

LocationOne is new online locator for Missouri properties. Commercial properties for sale or rent in Ozark now have a larger audience, thanks to a new...

Blunt supports repeal of new tax on Kansans who work in Missouri

In a turnabout, Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt says he will work to repeal a new Missouri tax provision that Kansans consider a raid on...

Children’s Hospital, United Services get Mo. tax credits

Two St. Louis-area not-for-profit organizations received a combined $396,226 in state tax credits, Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt said Tuesday. In all the Missouri Department...

Missouri title insurance law to aid consumers

Most consumers have no idea when they buy a house that they can price-shop for the title insurance they'll need. A new Missouri law aims...

Technology changes the way homes are bought and sold

John Williams and his team at Missouri Online Real Estate, based in Chesterfield, have given up their physical offices in favor of a virtual...

$8 million project

A Springfield real estate developer is seeking Kirksville City Council approval for an $8 million project that will turn a historic downtown hotel into...

Foreclosures decrease in Missouri, Kansas

Missouri's number of foreclosures ranks it No. 12 among all states in May, compared with No. 11 in April. The state had one foreclosure...

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Blunt-Klobuchar Bill Will Help More Children Find Homes Through International Adoption...

U.S. Senators Roy Blunt (Mo.) and Amy Klobuchar (Minn.), co-chairs of the Congressional Coalition on Adoption, yesterday introduced the Vulnerable Children and Families Act. The measure would help more children living without families or in institutional care find permanent homes by enhancing U.S. diplomatic efforts around international child welfare and ensuring that intercountry adoption to the United States becomes a more viable and fully-developed option

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U.S. REP. JASON SMITH FIGHTS FOR MISSOURI POWER

On Friday, Congressman Jason Smith was in Marston to tour the New Madrid Power Plant and discuss his work to relieve the regulatory burden on energy providers in Missouri.