Boone County authorities have requested more money to deal with the expenses of processing an increasing number of requests for concealed carry permits.
Can competition lead to win-win thinking? Perhaps
A few years ago the citizens voted to tax themselves for the benefit of parks and recreation.
In connection with the current emphasis on teen driving safety, we are reminded of a bit of advice shared with us.
As many as 263,000 Missouri consumers affected
Hands around the Capitol
Hands of those with disabilities, ranging from the deaf and blind to those with cerebral palsy and rare genetic disorders, joined together Tuesday, along with able-bodied advocates around the Capitol, forming a circle to show their solidarity as a community.
The Southwest Early Childhood Center of the Jefferson City Public School District has been recognized as one of the best early childhood programs in the state.
Bee mortality is an issue across the country, as well as in Mid-Missouri. But the exact causes still stump experts.
Ready to make change
Lights shone on the Russellville High School baseball field as hundreds of mourners remembered a recent graduate who had no enemies and went out of his way help others.
An appeals court ruling could give a Missouri prisoner another shot at release. A three-judge panel of the state appeals court ruled Tuesday that Derek Masters, 26, should get a new hearing in the Cole County Circuit Court, in his effort to be released from prison under the state law that allows probation for inmates successfully completing a 120-day “shock” treatment program.
An open house Thursday will review Lincoln University's proposal to restrict vehicle access to Chestnut Street in the heart of the Jefferson City campus and construct a pedestrian plaza.
Jefferson City is one of four cities competing in the rural category for the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines Strong Communities award. This award honors the projects, the people and the programs that promote small business growth and retention in rural and urban communities.
A Centertown woman was placed on two years unsupervised probation for pleading guilty to driving while under the influence of methamphetamine with a 4-year-old child in her vehicle in April.
Another year, another No. 56 racking up sacks for the Missouri Tigers.
he Blair Oaks volleyball team honored its 12th graders Tuesday for the Lady Falcons’ Senior Night. Appropriately enough, runs of 12-1 and 12-2 were the difference in the match as Blair Oaks defeated Battle 25-15, 25-15.
Recruiting efforts during School Night to Join Scouting events in the five counties of the Boy Scouts of America’s Five Rivers District drew 239 new Cub Scouts into the program.
The Cole County Commission has voted to approve an emergency provision to make repairs on one of the garage doors at the county jail.
A judge on Tuesday began weighing a business-backed lawsuit that seeks to stop St. Louis from incrementally raising its minimum wage, ultimately deciding whether it’s legal for the city to have a wage higher than what the state commands.
A Missouri man who killed a former roommate and a neighbor this year was protected by a state self-defense law that gives people broad license to use deadly force to protect themselves in their home or car.
Beneath the surface of a St. Louis-area landfill lurk two things that should never meet: a slow-burning fire and a cache of Cold War-era nuclear waste, separated by no more than 1,200 feet.