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Greitens asks court to block Hawley's investigation

Published Apr. 18 2018

Subpoenas were issued Wednesday to Attorney General Josh Hawley and his office after Gov. Eric Greitens on Monday sought a...

Jefferson City man accused of attempted child enticement

Published Apr. 18 2018

A Jefferson City man accused of attempting to entice a child over the internet and attempting to sexually exploit a...

Russellville preschool program moving to 5 days per week

Published Apr. 18 2018

The Cole R-1 Board of Education thanked its former president, Debbie Malzner, for her six years of service before electing...

Report: UM System's economic contribution to state worth billions

Published Apr. 18 2018

The University of Missouri System provides the state with a $5.4 billion annual economic impact, according to a report released...

State sued for alleged violation of voter laws

Published Apr. 18 2018

Advocacy groups on Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit against the state of Missouri for not following federal voter laws.

Cole R-5 school board welcomes newest member

Published Apr. 18 2018

The Cole R-5 school board welcomed its newest member, Jennifer Bradley, at it's meeting Tuesday.The board also discussed the hunt...

Holts Summit man charged with sexual abuse

Published Apr. 18 2018

A Holts Summit man has been charged with first-degree sexual abuse following a child sexual assault investigation.

Bob Lindholm, photographer and former assistant attorney general, dies

Published Apr. 18 2018

Robert McClure "Bob" Lindholm died Monday. He was 82.Lindholm served 21 years as an assistant attorney general of Missouri, from...

County, chamber join forces for economic development

Published Apr. 18 2018

Without discussion, the Cole County Commission approved a contract Tuesday with the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce for economic...

Young children are focus of nationwide celebration

Published Apr. 18 2018

Local events are planned for Thursday and Saturday as the National Week of the Young Child continues.

JCPS restructures communications department

Published Apr. 18 2018

Jefferson City Public Schools is restructuring its communications department, resulting in a related job opening.

Farm group opposes CAFOs, foreign-owned farmland

Published Apr. 18 2018

The effort to promote legislation intended to protect family farmers and rural families against big business interests continued Tuesday at...

Jefferson City to clear debris on Adrian's Island

Published Apr. 18 2018

Jefferson City plans to remove some brush from Adrian's Island as it continues working toward a riverfront bridge and park.

Missouri House, Senate leaders call for Greitens' resignation

Published Apr. 18 2018

Leaders of the Missouri Senate and House of Representatives are calling on Gov. Eric Greitens to resign.

Jefferson City man injured in Johnson County accident

Published Apr. 17 2018

A Jefferson City man was hurt in a one-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon in Johnson County.

Cole County's pre-trial services evaluation show some savings

Published Apr. 17 2018

When pre-trial services began in Cole County in 2013, officials hoped it would reduce costs and the number of prisoners...

New city administrator for Holts Summit chosen

Published Apr. 17 2018

Holts Summit has picked Matt Harline as its next city administrator, according to a Monday news release.

Authorities close to identifying Tebbetts body

Published Apr. 17 2018

Law enforcement authorities said they are close to identifying a body found March 30 near Tebbetts.

Transportation infrastructure to receive $25 million boost from Union Pacific

Published Apr. 17 2018

Missouri's transportation infrastructure will receive a $25 million boost from Union Pacific Railroad in 2018, and nearly a quarter of...

Holts Summit pays DNR for 2017 water investigation

Published Apr. 17 2018

The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen last week approved allowing the mayor to sign an abatement order on consent from...

St. Martin Catholic School honors memory of beloved figure

Published Apr. 17 2018

A year ago, a beloved figure at St. Martin Catholic School died.

Jefferson City commemorates 50 years of Fair Housing Act

Published Apr. 17 2018

Several local entities paired up Monday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act and educate the public.

Buescher seeks to keep properties in condemnation court case

Published Apr. 17 2018

While Barbara Buescher hopes to continue litigating the Jefferson City Housing Authority's condemnation suit, another pair of property owners plans...