A Jefferson City man is facing several charges after shooting at a car full of people, Wednesday afternoon.
More than 100 participants came out Tuesday evening to learn more about a new 20-year master plan for the Jefferson City schools that has been in the works for more than a year.
A Jefferson City charity provided a way to make ends meet with the gift of an automobile to an aspiring neuroscientist Tuesday.
The Russellville High School Multicultural Club honored cultures around the world Monday as part of National Multicultural Day.
Mary Van Orden, director of curriculum and instruction for South Callaway R-2 Schools, said the days of a teacher standing in front of the room lecturing while students take notes is gone. Students, she said, must be interactive.
Eastbound U.S. 50 will be a one-lane road at the Big Horn Drive interchange for at least two months, the state Transportation department said Tuesday afternoon.
Rain cut into the number of days Missouri farmers could work in their fields last week, leaving the corn and soybean harvests behind schedule but putting the soil moisture supply in good shape.
Jefferson City police are continuing to investigate an apparent heroin-related death in Jefferson City on Tuesday.
Shawnelle Yarborough, 21, Jefferson City, faces one felony charges and several misdemeanors after Jefferson City police arrested him for early Monday morning rash of vehicle thefts.
The Columbia City Council narrowly defeated a local attorney’s proposal to remove penalties for growing marijuana plants within city limits.
Some district-level Missouri school officials have criticized the state school board’s plan to quickly hire a new education commissioner, saying the board should first gather input on the position’s needs and conduct a national search for qualified candidates.
A potential partnership between the Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department and Lincoln University is moving forward as both entities continue work on collaborative multipurpose building.
An Illinois woman was treated at SSM Health-St. Mary’s Health Care Tuesday afternoon after she was hurt in a two-car collision on the tri-level interchange.
A Camdenton man was injured in a two-vehicle accident at 11:40 a.m. Monday on Missouri 5, south of Missouri 7 in Camden County.
In the early morning hours of Monday, Jefferson City police responded to a series of theft from motor vehicle calls throughout the city
The Jefferson City Public Schools' Long Range Facility Planning Committee is hosting a public information meeting tonight to present the group’s recommendations for a 20-year building plan.
On Tuesday at just after 4 a.m., Jefferson City Police responded to a residence in the 2800 block of Sue Drive for a possible overdose. When officers arrived on scene, they made contact with the reporting person who claimed she found her daughter unresponsive in the bathroom.
More than 50 protesters gathered Monday outside the Cole County Courthouse to protest a plan to construct a 100-mile, 345,000-volt power transmission line in northeast Missouri.
A judge said Monday that he will rule against a subsidiary of Ameren Corp. in a legal fight over whether it needs state regulators’ permission to build a high-voltage power line across northern Missouri.
A professor of education reform addressed her concerns with Common Core standards to parent-teacher work groups and members of the Missouri Coalition Against Common Core at the Capitol on Monday afternoon.