Show Me Conference Knowledge Bowl held at Lincoln University
As a younger student, Ryle Gobble heard the stories about quiz bowl team and looked forward to the day when it would be her turn.
Two statewide petitions — one for early voting and one relating to teacher performance evaluations — are making their way around Jefferson City.
Good public schools and increased K-12 funding are vital to Missouri’s ability to compete and create jobs, Gov. Jay Nixon said Tuesday during a visit to Eldon High School.
A group of faith leaders rallied beneath the Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday, calling on lawmakers to expand Medicaid, increase education funding and allow early voting in Missouri.
Don Schnieders Excavating, the contractor working on the project to improve Business 50 West in the Apache Flats area, will be closing the road to all traffic on 7 a.m. Thursday to install a box culvert, weather permitting.
A Jefferson City man -- Phillip Connor, 25, of 608 E. Miller St. -- is charged with multiple criminal counts related to heroin distribution.
Campaign launched to memorialize Virginia Minor
The Missouri Women’s Network Education Fund launched its 1,000 Strong Campaign to raise $10,000 for the bust of St. Louis suffragist Virginia Minor to join the collection of bronze memorialized Missourians.
A federal judge has upheld a Missouri law requiring protesters to stay at least a football-field length away from funeral sites, beginning an hour before they start until an hour after the services end.
Missouri would become the third state to make women wait three days to have an abortion after seeing a doctor under legislation passed by the state House on Tuesday.
Planned Parenthood’s Columbia Health Center is no longer licensed to perform abortions.
Interim Jefferson City Fire Chief Jason Turner said he knows residents want to get in as much burning of brush as possible before the end of the burning season, which is Saturday, but he hopes people pay attention to the high and dry conditions before they do their burning.
Three people were hurt after a two-vehicle accident Tuesday morning in Jefferson City.
State employees enrolled in the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan (MCHCP) will have access to a convenient health-care clinic located on the fourth floor of the Truman Building, beginning March 17.
Last call for Mortimer Kegley’s
A downtown staple is closing after 34 years of serving drinks and cheap eats.
A sometimes controversial low income housing tax credits (LIHTC) program has helped provide thousands of affordable housing units for low income Missourians, but still could be improved, State Auditor Tom Schweich said Monday.
Sex offender program needs more facilities
State mental health officials and the Office of Administration are moving forward with planning and design for the Fulton State Hospital, even as state lawmakers still debate how to pay for it.
As a House committee began work on a Medicaid reform bill raising eligibility requirements to win significant federal funds, legal experts said tying eligibility to a work requirement would not pass muster with federal officials.
Deficit will jump to $1.4M
Employees of the Jefferson City Public Schools can look forward to another bump in pay next year.
A House bill would legalize, regulate and tax marijuana in the state of Missouri.
Beginning Tuesday at 8:30 a.m., the Jefferson City Department of Public Works, in conjunction with their contractor, Stockman Construction, will close Schellridge Drive at East Schellridge Drive.