Jefferson City community members will have the opportunity to learn about C-SPAN’s programs and resources on Wednesday by stepping aboard the C-SPAN Bus during a stop on its summer tour.
Greg Meyer spent 29 years as a Missouri Public Service Commission staff member, “had a weekend of retirement” and then began working as a consultant for Chesterfield-based Brubaker and Associates.
Motocross is one of those high-spirited sports that makes the old feel young again, and the young feel old … well, grown up.
A Jefferson City man was arrested Saturday for assaulting a 15-year-old umpire at the Show Me State Games.
A Kaiser man was killed Saturday night when his personal watercraft slammed into the walkway of a dock not long after he left the scene of another injury boat accident.
Anji Gandhi, who had announced her intentions to run for Cole County prosecutor in March as an independent candidate, turned in petitions with more than 700 names on Monday.
Sharon Kirchoff isn’t just a familiar face at the State Fair, she brings joy to a wide number of Jefferson Citians
Two families — one from Jefferson City and another from Plachy-Buyon, France — swapped houses for part of this summer, to the delight of all.
A nearly packed house came to celebrate Quinn Chapel AME’s 164th anniversary Sunday afternoon, reflecting on the church’s journey from humble beginnings in a log cabin two decades before the Civil War to its latest move a year ago.
Capital Jazzfest is holding a fundraiser to benefit the jazz festival at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at The Mission, 915 E. High St. in Jefferson City.
All children ages pre-K through high school are invited Aug. 4-8 to the Third Annual Kids’ Club, an evening filled with games and activities for children.
St. Michael’s Catholic Church is hosting a blood drive from 2:30-6:30 p.m. Aug. 18 at 5214 N. Hatler St., Russellville.
Russellville resident Cynthia L. Hager, 47, was taken to Capital Region Medical Center after wrecking her golf cart early Sunday morning.
A Texas woman was injured in Jefferson City Sunday afternoon in a rollover wreck in the 2100 block of U.S. 50 West.
Journalism instructor alleges discrimination, harassment by administrators
A former Jefferson City High School journalism teacher has sued the district, alleging she was subjected to age and sex discrimination and harassment by the school’s administrators.
‘The forgotten mourners’
Helping children who are grieving after losing a loved one was the mission of a free, one-day retreat for children Saturday.
A Stringtown family is facing dire circumstances as they attempt to bring home a medically fragile, malnourished 9-year-old girl they have adopted from Ukraine.
Both sides of transportation tax taking issue to public
As the days until the Aug. 5 election become fewer, supporters and opponents of the proposed Constitutional Amendment 7 have become more vocal of their positions on television and radio.
Critics of the proposed Constitutional Amendment 7 — the creation of a ¾ of a cent sales tax with revenues being directed to road and transportation projects — have used Missouri’s trucking industry as a scapegoat, according to one trucking industry leader.
Saturday, a group led by Kathy Forck, head of the Columbia-based chapter of 40 Days for Life, stood along the sidewalk in front of the Hobby Lobby lot on Missouri Boulevard, in a show of support for the store.