Our list of Mid-Missouri school closings and weather-related announcements for Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, on NewsTribune.com and CaliforniaDemocrat.com.
Some schools in the area are re-opening on Friday, but several remain closed. Check our list at NewsTribune.com, TheLakeToday.com or CaliforniaDemocrat.com.
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School closings and weather-related announcements posted to NewsTribune.com, CaliforniaDemocrat.com and TheLakeToday.com.
The Seattle Seahawks have won their first Super Bowl title, crushing the favored Denver Broncos 43-8.
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Authorities seek help from Kansas City media to uncover circumstances of woman's death
An autopsy on the woman found dead in Holts Summit on Thursday has been delayed.
Holts Summit Police Department still seeking clues, suspect in homicide investigation
Jessica Murafetis, 44, of Chilhowee, Mo., (rural Johnson County) has been identified as the woman found deceased in Holts Summit earlier today.
A Missouri man has been executed for fatally shooting a jeweler during a 1991 robbery, marking the state's third lethal injection in as many months.
The U.S. Supreme Court granted a temporary stay of execution for Missouri death row inmate Herbert Smulls on Tuesday night.
The Jefferson City Council unanimously approved the hire of Steve Crowell as the new city administrator in a closed session Tuesday night.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon proposed a nearly half-billion-dollar spending surge for public education Tuesday as he urged lawmakers to harness the revenues generated by an improving economy to make up for years of funding shortfalls for schools.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is proposing to spend $37.1 million to boost wages for state government workers. The governor's budget proposal was released Tuesday.
The Seattle Seahawks are bringing their game-changing defense — and the 12th Man — to the Big Apple for the Super Bowl.
Jefferson City police on Thursday evening surrounded a residential building where a man reportedly had fired gunshots and refused to come out. He eventually surrendered without incident.