Both lanes of Missouri Highway 94 in north Jefferson City are open once again following a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday evening. Initial reports indicate one person had to be pulled from a burning vehicle.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster's office has appealed the stay of execution for convicted killer Allen Nicklasson, calling the federal appeals court ruling "an abuse of discretion."
Court rated as 'fair'
Jefferson City’s municipal court has received several recommendations from the state auditor’s office and an overall rank of fair.
Gov. Jay Nixon announced Monday a proposal to issue state bonds to fund a new $211 million psychiatric facility at the aging Biggs and Guhleman forensic centers.
Prompted by changes stemming from the Affordable Care Act, the Jefferson City Board of Education on Monday night contemplated hiring an outside contractor —Kelly Services, a temporary staffing agency — to provide substitute teachers for the district.
‘Starving Artist’ hopes to raise funds for Wounded Warrior Project
It all started with a nightmare when Dennis Holliday was 6 years old.
What had been a dingy room with a few pieces of out-dated machines is now a bright and clean room with modern equipment.
Consultant talk put on hold — Johnson may still owe services to city
The Jefferson City Council is requesting more specific numbers from the Ehrhardt Hospitality Group on a proposed conference center within one week after several council members expressed frustration at the lack of information included in the developer’s proposal.
Fifteen Cole County families and eight children from the state’s Division of Family Services remain on The Redeem Project’s Hope for Christmas adoption list.
A Jefferson City man is facing two counts of statutory sodomy for having sexual intercourse with a girl under the age of 14.
Amendment on zoning reform tabled
Though the city tabled the motion, the Holts Summit Board of Aldermen discussed the future of the city’s sewage treatment facility during its meeting Monday night.
A Russellville man charged with holding a man in Eldon against his will in December 2012 has been placed on five years supervised probation.
Gov. Jay Nixon’s proposal to issue state bonds to fund a new $211 million psychiatric facility may be unconstitutional because it avoids a public vote, according to an area legislator.
After going nearly three years without an execution, Missouri is preparing for its second in three weeks.
Camdenton R-3, Dogwood Hills State School at Eldon, and Stover R-1 will be closed Monday.
Of all the gorgeous decorations in Marlene Carlson’s three-level home behind the country club, it was a pair of blown glass mercury spheres on the dining room table that caught the eyes of some during Sunday’s Heisinger Auxiliary Christmas Homes Tour.
A new initiative petition wants to change the Missouri’s Constitution’s language on income tax collections.
Working Wheels for Working Families (WW4WF) has blessed Teryn Mitchem and her family in many ways.
Before he served as Missouri’s Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner from 1971-87, Arthur Mallory was the fifth — and youngest — president in the history of what then was called Southwest Missouri State College in Springfield.
A young man coming of age in a rural community during World War II, Cletus Heidbreder was granted a deferment from his local draft board to remain at home and help provide essential services on his family’s farm.