Mr. Horstmann regales us again with his wisdom on May 15 complaining that the poor Christians are being vilified and discriminated against because the LGBT community will deny the Christians of their constitutional rights.
The United Way of Central Missouri is most visible in the community during the fall months when it conducts its annual fundraising campaign.
Missuri Supreme Court hears 2 cases on same issue
Lawyers for two prison inmates told the Missouri Supreme Court this week their clients should be released from prison now that they successfully completed a state-run one-year treatment program — even though a different law says they must stay in prison at least two years.
Several inspirational ideas, words in 20-minute speech lacked attribution
Lincoln University’s 2015 commencement speaker appears to have used the wit and wisdom of others — without using attribution.
The News Tribune found eight parts of Patricia Russell-McCloud’s Lincoln University commencement speech that appear to originate elsewhere.
The pastor of a Ukrainian church burned by Russian separatists is spending a week in Jefferson City and the summer in the United States.
Open house set for today
A proposed fare increase for Jefferson City’s transit system is moving forward, with the City Council expected to consider it next month.
A Columbia man has been sentenced to seven years for his role in a 2013 Jefferson City shooting.
MoDOT has issued a travel warning for motorists heading westbound on I-70 in western Missouri over the Memorial Day weekend.
The New Bloomfield R-3 School Board approved an architectural contract with Porter, Berendzen & Associate at its meeting Thursday.
Missouri will receive more than $150,000 in a settlement agreement with the three major credit reporting agencies.
Due to issues with witnesses and/or victims not willing to testify, an abuse case against a St. Louis man has been dismissed.
CAMDENTON — It was one of those prototypical “They won everywhere but on the scoreboard” games.
Jamestown’s goal of winning the district tournament is now complete, but Eagles’ coach Jordan Hoecker isn’t ready to celebrate his team’s successful season just yet.
A Republican candidate for Missouri secretary of state on Thursday filed an initiative petition that would allow the Legislature to require voters to present photo identification at the polls.
WESTPHALIA — A big first inning helped the Fatima Comets capture a 5-0 win against the Dixon Bulldogs in Thursday night’s championship game of the Class 3 District 9 Tournament.
Ferguson city leaders project a $2.5 million budget shortfall during the current fiscal year and a similar shortage in fiscal 2016, largely due to the unrest and fallout after the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, the town’s mayor said Thursday.
A plaque and metallic likeness of a dove have been installed in Michael Brown’s memory near the spot where the unarmed, black 18-year-old was shot and killed last summer by a white Ferguson police officer.
The latest oil spill on the Santa Barbara coast is just a drop in the bucket compared with the area’s catastrophic blowout in 1969, but it has become a new rallying point for environmentalists in their battle against drilling and fossil fuels.
Here are results for area high school baseball teams competing in district tournaments.