Jefferson City Area Local News
A man wanted in a sexual assault case in Boone County may be in the Lake of the Ozarks area.
California's Caleb Jones says legislators 'hungry for change'
A leadership competition is brewing in the state House after a Republican lawmaker from central Missouri said Monday he is running for speaker — a post that also is being sought by the chamber’s current majority leader.
Pioneer Trail debt targeted by increase
After four years of voluntarily rolling back the Jefferson City Public School’s debt service levy — saving taxpayers about $2.2 million — the Board of Education is considering raising it again.
Council approves beer concession on city lot for Salute
The Jefferson City Council approved a resolution Monday to allow beer concession on a city parking lot in association with Salute to America.
Linn State Technical College will host the 2013 Computer Professions on Demand from June 23-26 on the main campus.
'Weed Dating' hopes to unite singles with earthy interests on June 30
An organic farm near Auxvasse will soon play host to what might be Callaway County’s most unique group date.
A Jefferson City man is in the Cole County Jail on $15,000 bond after being caught following a burglary at an apartment in Cole County.
Mark Blythe, Debbie Luebbering, Dianne Passmore and Doris Schulte were honored recently at a retirement celebration at the Cole R-5 School in Eugene.
A Henley man has been sentenced to 30 days shock detention in the Cole County Jail in connection with a May 2011 stealing case at Hy-Vee on West Truman Boulevard in which two store employees were injured.
A Jefferson City man was rescued by Jefferson City Fire Department personnel after running out of fuel while boating on the Missouri River Sunday morning.
Bicyclists taking part in a cross-country race will be zooming across Missouri this week, and transportation officials hope motorists along the route will be extra cautious.
Kevin Rome has been Lincoln University’s newest president for just over two weeks.
A breakout of 12 cases of equine infectious anemia (EIA) in Nebraska has caused concern of Missouri owners of horses, mules and donkeys.
Lincoln University Curators last week approved a $34,004,340 operating budget for the business year that begins July 1 — just two weeks from Monday.
A cold, rainy spring has meant a slow start for produce growers across Callaway County, but while the New Bloomfield Farmers Market hasn’t been immune, it’s still had plenty to offer.
On June 29, some of Callaway County’s first responders aim to take a break for an evening and put on a show.
Many veterans can identify a single reason for joining the military, but for state Rep. Dennis Fowler, R-Advance, a combination of several factors converged to influence his decision to become a member of the Navy.
The Redeem Project is hosting an open house from 4-7 p.m. Thursday at Calvary Baptist Church, 1436 Hough St.
Rocking his newborn daughter on the front porch of his Rock House Road home, Greg Holtgrewe watched his boys riding bikes and pedal tractors.
The first farmers market in Holts Summit will debut at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Hibernia Park, next to the Holts Summit City Hall on South Summit Drive.