Three people were hurt in a two vehicle accident Tuesday night in Jefferson City.
A bill that aims to fix Missouri's flawed student transfer system will head to Gov. Jay Nixon.
Missouri’s GOP-led Senate expanded a House bill on Tuesday that would ban municipalities from barring the use of plastic bags and also stop cities and towns from increasing their minimum wage — a move some Democrats criticized as inhibiting local control.
William Woods University’s graduation ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday in Cutlip Auditorium — inside McNutt Campus Center on campus. The traditional Ivy Ceremony will take place at 9:15 a.m. at Senior Lake.
Sensationblü to celebrate vibrancy of Jefferson City
A new high-energy event is coming to Jefferson City this summer, and the organizer hopes it will be a celebration of the city’s vibrancy.
To some, a makeshift shrine in the middle of the Ferguson street where Michael Brown was killed last summer is a hallowed symbol of a new civil rights movement over race and policing.
A friend who was with Michael Brown when the 18-year-old was shot and killed by a Ferguson police officer is suing the city, the officer and the former police chief.
Missouri students at school and employees at work would be able to protect their personal passwords, under a House-passed bill waiting for Senate debate.
The medical doctors, osteopaths and nurses all agree — Missouri law should allow the state's Professional Registration division’s boards and commissions to give educational opinions.
A measure restaurant owners say is needed because of Missouri Department of Revenue attempts to collect more tax on cash tips is now headed to the governor.
Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation Tuesday that would reduce the number of weeks people could receive unemployment benefits by linking their duration to the state’s unemployment rate.
Missouri lawmakers voted Tuesday to remove several thousand families from a welfare program by imposing shorter time limits for people to receive the benefits, overriding a veto by the state’s Democratic governor.
If there were such a thing as a one-inning mulligan, the Jefferson City Jays gladly would have used it Tuesday night.
At 4 p.m., with just 30 minutes until game time, it appeared Calvary Lutheran wouldn’t be playing baseball Tuesday.
Battle 7, Blair Oaks 3
The Battle Spartans put up all seven of their runs in the second inning Tuesday in a 7-3 victory against the Blair Oaks Falcons.
The Fatima Comets split a pair of games Tuesday in the Fulton Tournament.
A Topeka man has been charged with conspiracy in a plot to bomb the Fort Riley military base, according to a court document unsealed Tuesday.
NEW ORLEANS — While La’el Collins may not be meeting with NFL teams, that hasn’t stopped some of his former LSU teammates from recruiting the offensive lineman.
If beef is on the menu, firing up the grill this year will cost you more than ever before. And not just a bit more.
The Senate on Tuesday adopted a GOP budget that paves the way for an assault on President Barack Obama’s health care law this summer and a partisan showdown over spending bills this fall.