Two people had non-life threatening injuries after being shot Monday afternoon in Jefferson City.
Missouri's largest electric company says it plans to invest $135 million in energy efficiency programs for customers over a three-year period.
Jefferson City officials wisely appear to be backing away from committing lodging tax funds for a multipurpose facility.
Missouri American Water, along with Stockman Construction will be replacing water service lines on East Miller, between Jackson and Lafayette.
An audit says the Missouri board that regulates accountants hasn't been following state law when holding closed meetings.
Retired people have a lot to offer youth.
Big Sister’s role has grown, matured with her Little Sister
A shy second-grader at Thorpe Gordon Elementary School, Corrin Lepper was unsure how things would go when she was matched with retired middle school teacher Bev Price through the Missouri Valley Big Brothers/Big Sisters.
Truck driver Curtis Banks Jr. traverses Missouri and Kansas on Interstate 70 every week and has no real beef with its condition.
California’s Department of Motor Vehicles will miss a year-end deadline to adopt new rules for cars of the future because regulators first have to figure out how they’ll know whether “driverless” vehicles are safe.
The key role Pope Francis played encouraging talks between Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro left fractures among his flock in South Florida, where many older Roman Catholics equate the Castro brothers with the devil.
Bankruptcy behind it, Detroit’s atmosphere swirls with the promise of better days.
The gunman who fatally ambushed two police officers in their squad car had a long criminal record, a hatred for police and the government, and an apparent history of mental instability that included an attempt to hang himself a year ago, authorities said Sunday.
With coalition warplanes circling overhead, Kurdish fighters pushed into the contested northern Iraqi town of Sinjar on Sunday, touching off heavy clashes with Islamic State militants who have controlled the area for months.
While environmental groups are doing a victory dance over New York’s decision to ban fracking, farmers such as apple grower David Johnson are grieving for dashed hopes and dreams.
Thousands of members of Nigeria’s home-grown Islamic extremist Boko Haram group strike across the border in Cameroon, with coordinated attacks on border towns, a troop convoy and a major barracks.
President Barack Obama said his plan to normalize relations with Cuba gives the U.S. a chance to influence events at an important moment of change for the communist nation, and he brushed off critics who accuse him of kowtowing to dictators.
Cars. Fishing boats. Houses. Entire villages. The 2004 tsunami left Banda Aceh with mountains of debris up to 4 miles inland.
The Jays Kids Wrestling club wrestled in the Moberly Classic on Sunday.
Drury University anticipates a more globally diverse student body after signing an agreement streamlining the admission of graduates from a Kansas City school with international ties.
About 170 people marched downtown on High Street Sunday afternoon with the simple idea of uniting the community through song.