The mother and aunt of an 8-year-old child who was taken from a Jefferson City elementary school Thursday have been charged with parental kidnapping.
Curators approve several changes, OK upgrades at buildings
Lincoln University students will pay more for room and board next year, curators voted Thursday.
LU presented 282 awards to students during the convocation, with some students winning several honors.
Central Missouri is home to 30 newly minted citizens today, the result of a naturalization ceremony held Thursday afternoon at the Miller Performing Arts Center.
Thursday’s naturalization ceremony served as a real-world civics lesson for the Jefferson City students who attended.
A state lawmaker thinks Ameren Missouri’s complaint about assessed property values will hurt schools and county governments.
Efforts of counselor Cherri Williams and Russellville elementary and middle school teachers paid off. MAP test scores are among the top in the Show-Me Conference.
Anyone who remembers Alex White from the time he attended South Callaway High School probably wouldn’t recognize him as today's mixed martial arts fighter known as "The Spartan."
Cole County Public Works officials have announced that crews will be laying asphalt in the westbound lanes Monday.
A Skate for Rachel benefit for Rachel Bruemmer is today at Jefferson City's Washington Park Ice Arena.
A central Missouri county has hired four outside attorneys to help defend itself and three employees named in a lawsuit filed on behalf of a man whose murder conviction was overturned after he served nearly a decade behind bars.
8-year-old Eboni K. Coney-King has been located safe in the St. Louis area. An earlier Endangered Person Advisory for her has been canceled.
Mid-Missouri hosts King Kat Tournament Trail
A professional catfish tournament will be casting into the Missouri River on Saturday.
The Diocese of Jefferson City has been notified by the Chief of Police of Salisbury, MO that a man purporting to be a Roman Catholic priest or monk, and claiming to have plans to build a convent or monastery, is soliciting money for donations.
Christopher P. Whittle of Russellville was arrested Monday after police located 43 grams of methamphetamine in his possession.
Missouri lawmakers are beginning to coalesce around legislation to do away with the controversial Common Core standards, while also establishing a process to develop new state education standards.
Missouri Senate Transportation Committee Chairman Mike Kehoe expects his committee this morning will endorse two proposed constitutional amendments to improve state funding for transportation improvements.
Court documents say a drug deal led to Friday’s shooting on East Dunklin Street that left one man injured.
Two retirements in the Jefferson City Public Schools recently led to a flurry of leadership changes for Thomas Jefferson Middle School, Simonsen 9th Grade Center and Jefferson City High School this week.
Andrew Taylor Still — the founder of osteopathic medicine — was inducted into the Hall of Famous Missourians Wednesday at the state Capitol.