A Jefferson City woman faces charges after her toddler was found wandering the neighborhood clad only in a diaper and carrying a knife.
New Bloomfield Mayor Mike Lowe and Police Sgt. Greg Mooney presented Thomas Graves with a Citizenship Award certificate on behalf of the city at the latest Board of Aldermen meeting.
The Helias Lady Crusaders tripped up Duchesne Thursday night to stay perfect on the season and extend its program winning streak to 50 games.
The Jefferson City Jays finished in a tie at 3 Thursday with Quincy Notre Dame.
A Jefferson City man is charged with second-degree domestic assault and second-degree sodomy for an incident that occurred early Thursday morning.
David Clohessy didn’t get anywhere near what he asked for, but he has settled his long-running abuse complaint with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Jefferson City.
An Alabama man has been arrested on suspicion of committing a hate crime against Muslims in Columbia.
Highway improvements are planned for U.S. 50 in Osage and Gasconade counties after the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission awarded a contract at its regular monthly meeting.
Braden Remmert notched a hat trick Thursday as Helias defeated Washington 3-1.
The St. Elizabeth Hornets picked up their first win of the fall season, topping Eugene 8-6 on Thursday.
New reports raise troubling concerns about the environmental fallout from contamination and a subsurface fire at a landfill in St. Louis County, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster said Thursday.
It’s a game that has the potential to wear out the guy working the scoreboard.
It was something to build on.
It’s not just any other week for the Jefferson City Jays.
After spending the first two weeks of the season on the road against non-conference opponents, the California Pintos will return to the friendly confines of the new Riley Field tonight against conference foe Versailles.
Versailles lost more than a tough game last week, they also lost a key player.
A boater safety certification course will be offered from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday at Missouri Highway Patrol Troop F Headquarters at 2920 N. Shamrock Road in Cole County.
Republican Eric Greitens has received a total of $700,000 from two big donors for a potential gubernatorial campaign.
An 11.7 percent rate increase approved for Kansas City Power & Light will cost some of the utility's Missouri customers nearly $12 more a month.
School of the Osage’s second year head coach Devin Johnson loves defense.