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Later start times help attendance at Eldon High School

Published Oct. 20 2018

Eldon High School has seen a lot less frantic entries to the building since the district changed the school’s start...

Expert on raising teenagers to speak at Helias

Published Oct. 20 2018

Parenting expert to speak at HeliasAn internationally recognized expert on raising teenagers is to speak Monday at Helias Catholic High...

Rock Island Trail group hosting open-house meetings

Published Oct. 20 2018

The next step toward the proposed Missouri Rock Island Trail is community engagement with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources,...

WWII in Capital City through child's eyes

Published Oct. 20 2018

As he grew up in Jefferson City during World War II, the FBI investigated Walter Schroeder's family as it sought...

Project Homeless attendees complain of JeffTran policy

Published Oct. 20 2018

While several organizations came together to help the homeless during Friday's Project Homeless Connect, some event attendees complained JeffTran bus...

Community project connects people with services

Published Oct. 20 2018

William Bates really needed only three things, he said Friday while sitting outside the entrance to First Christian Church in...

Central Bank customers' direct deposits delayed Friday

Published Oct. 19 2018

Central Bancompany customers were briefly unable to receive direct deposits Friday morning.

Jefferson City police seeking suspect in Thursday incident

Published Oct. 19 2018

Jefferson City police are asking for help in finding a person who fled from officers Thursday night following a traffic...

Part of Missouri's voter ID law still suspended

Published Oct. 19 2018

Missouri voters shouldn't be asked to sign an affidavit if they attempt to vote without a photo ID in the...

AP FACT CHECK: US Senate debate claims cite Trump, health care

Published Oct. 19 2018

Party control of the U.S. Senate could hinge on Missouri in the midterm elections, where incumbent Democratic Sen.

Hawley: McCaskill's too liberal for Missouri

Published Oct. 19 2018

Missouri Republican candidate Josh Hawley used a Thursday debate to try to paint Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill as too liberal...

Farm Bureau chapter sets legislative priorities

Published Oct. 19 2018

Cole County Farm Bureau leaders want their members to approve a fuels tax increase Missouri residents will vote on in...

Federal agents investigating helicopter crash

Published Oct. 19 2018

Officials from the National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration were in Fulton early Thursday to investigate a helicopter...

Food Bank sets up city’s 4th mobile pantry site

Published Oct. 19 2018

Jefferson City now has a fourth mobile food pantry location, offered through the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri.

Owner has until Dec. 31 to demolish collapsing building

Published Oct. 19 2018

Jefferson City is giving the owner of a collapsing downtown building until the end of December to either demolish or...

‘Jurassic’ weekend event set at Jefferson City library

Published Oct. 19 2018

Dinosaurs need the help of area “Jurassic Park” fans to walk the Earth again, and there are prizes to be...

Finance committee approves compensation policy SWAT supervisor

Published Oct. 19 2018

To continue paying additional compensation to the Jefferson City Police Department’s SWAT supervisor, the Jefferson City Finance Committee approved sending...

Route C in Mokane closing for culvert pipe replacement

Published Oct. 19 2018

Missouri Department of Transportation crews will replace a culvert pipe along Route C in Callaway County next week.

County candidates discuss keeping youth out of the system

Published Oct. 19 2018

Candidates running for Cole County associate circuit judge and Cole County prosecutor were asked their positions on matters related to...

Criticism a focus of legislative candidates at forum

Published Oct. 19 2018

Answers from two of the three legislative candidates appearing at a forum at Lincoln University drew rebuttals from some audience...

One step at a time

Published Oct. 19 2018

Some East Elementary School students spent Thursday morning doing what their principal said he did not have a chance to...

Capitol dome turns pink for a night

Published Oct. 19 2018

Gov. Mike Parson presented a proclamation Thursday morning commemorating October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Vietnam veterans share their stories at MRRL

Published Oct. 19 2018

Retired Air Force colonel and former state Rep. Jack Jackson told about 170 people gathered at the Missouri River Regional...