Six people were hurt in a two-vehicle accident on U.S. 54 at Route E in Cole County, Monday afternoon.
The Jefferson City Council will hear two presentations on the Parks and Recreation Commission’s multipurpose building project tonight.
Jefferson City has wasted no time at all in its transition to fall. Labor Day brought cool early temperatures with a grey sky and browning leaves on some of the trees leading to the Capitol.
Authorities are looking for suspects in connection with an early morning burglary at a Cole County business.
Lake of the Ozarks' fall season begins next weekend with family festivals
With Labor Day weekend underway, the initial spotty rain showers Friday didn’t detour thousands from flocking to Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks for a final summertime vacation.
Thursday Night Live kicks off its fall series this week, starting with Soup Stock and launching an “artslive” weekend of events in downtown Jefferson City.
There will be a few minor changes for the Fulton State Hospital Foundation’s eighth annual Bluegrass and BBQ Festival on Sept. 14.
City officials scramble to rewrite ordinance
Just a day before a new state law was to take effect, Lake Ozark officials enacted a moratorium on the construction of new communications towers within the town.
Lincoln University Cooperative Extension’s (LUCE) Native Plants Program (NPP) is having a ‘Dining Wild’ experience from 3 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Scruggs University Center at Lincoln University.
In observance of Monday’s Labor Day holiday, federal, state, county and city offices will be closed except for law enforcement and emergency services.
Scores statewide have declined; local district says it has ‘not lost ground’
The Jefferson City School District continues to soldier onward as a high “C” student, according to the state of Missouri’s latest accountability measures for education.
‘A social enterprise’
Cafe Via Roma will operate under new ownership later this fall, bringing a new work environment and model to the Jefferson City business.
To explore the idea of coordinating efforts among churches and other organizations, a Homelessness Task Force organizational meeting will be 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church in Jefferson City.
The man who admitted to the fatal shooting of a 6-year-old Fulton boy used a stolen handgun, according to court records.
Newspaper editorial prior to King's death 'added fuel to the fire'
The incidents are more than 46 years apart, but they began in similar fashion.
It’s not uncommon for vehicles to drive slowly by Rock Enon Farm on Route V. Sometimes, drivers will get out and take photos of the ageless stone fence framing the three-story house and outbuildings to match.
Frank Cox is an IT project manager for the state. He is currently working with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, but he has previously worked with the Department of Corrections and the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.
J Street Vintage, Gritty & Pretty opened its doors at 615 Jefferson St. on Saturday morning.
Gypsy Studio, a mobile art studio, will host a grand opening on Sept. 16 at Madison’s Cafe in downtown Jefferson City.
Jefferson City inspected 61 food services during the month of July.