The Boone County Sheriff's Department is seeking a man who fled the scene of a crash following a police chase.
The Governor's Mansion is about to look a little more festive.
A gray Black Friday
On the rainy mid-morning of Black Friday, you didn’t see Jefferson City shoppers shoving each other out of the way in a frenzy to get the best deals.
JC partnership with ABLE Learning Center sees 88 percent of students improve
Entering middle school is already a tough transition without the struggle of a reading disability.
A historic bridge at Sinking Creek in Shannon County is the latest in the effort to save the architectural features no longer able to serve their original purpose.
A Jefferson City man was sentenced to nine years in prison after pleading guilty to charges in connection with a pursuit with authorities in southern Cole County in September.
Stephen Shamburger spends his days trying to connect.
A library science program at the University of Missouri has regained accreditation.
Deals vs. meals
The tradition of going to stores and getting the early special deals was alive and well at many locations Thursday night in Jefferson City.
Serving those who serve
Heat from the stoves, boiling water and volunteers scurrying filled the kitchen inside Bible Baptist Church on Thursday.
Before California Middle School seventh-graders Lauren Spillars and Megan VanLoo grabbed electrified wires during a hands-on science lab, they used the classroom’s 1:1 Chromebooks to create a virtual electric circuit.
Quetsch to start Jan. 1, Pollock to aid transition
The Jefferson City Housing Authority has hired a new executive director. Cynthia Quetsch has been selected to replace outgoing director Allen Pollock, who is retiring at the end of February after nearly 30 years as director.
An Osage City man has pleaded guilty to a reduced charged in connection with an incident that occurred in that community in April.
A Jefferson City man is facing multiple charges after a drug bust by the MUSTANG Drug Task Force.
Missouri hunters are killing more deer after restrictions were lifted in some areas to prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease.
Fort Leonard Wood has dished out more than 5 tons of turkey for the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
Arrests for drunken boating on Missouri waterways have fallen by 63 percent since the Missouri State Water Patrol merged with the Highway Patrol in 2011.
Contractors working for MoDOT will make pavement repairs along U.S.50 in Osage County, beginning Monday
A regional Planned Parenthood official said Wednesday that the organization likely would take legal action against the state of Missouri after a Columbia clinic halted abortions this week, leaving just one in the state that still performs them.
The Cole County Commission has awarded a contract to replace windows at the Cole County Courthouse and the County Annex.