After work as jailer and deputy, Lt. Aaron Bollinger leads key department for sheriff
In his 17 years at the Cole County Sheriff’s Department, Lt. Aaron Bollinger has held just about every position in the department.
A fundamental difference in history may be the cause of so many perceived differences between races, according to one local historian and author.
Almost from the beginning, controversy has followed St. Louisan Dick Gregory, and been a part of his career.
Michelle Malkin, author and syndicated columnist, will be the keynote speaker at the 23rd Annual Jefferson City Pro Life event March 5.
In order to provide Jefferson City High School students the opportunity to enroll in more classes, a new 10-block schedule has been created and will be implemented in the fall.
A group of 200 children and parents collectively oohed and awed as they observed the scale and sound of two live eagles Saturday morning at the Runge Conservation Nature Center.
With no primary and six candidates, next mayor could be elected without a majority
It’s the first year Jefferson City is not holding a primary election, and six candidates will face off on the April ballot, each hoping to become mayor. Those two factors could mean the election is decided by a small portion of voters.
Upcoming technology for driverless cars and smart roads dominated discussion at the recent 2015 Missouri Chamber Conference on Transportation.
What are ‘waters of Missouri?’
Two Mid-Missouri lawmakers want the state Legislature — not the federal government — to define who owns and controls water and the nearby land in the state.
If Missouri lawmakers approve, all Show-Me State students will have to pass a civics test in order to graduate from high school or get a GED, starting Jan. 1, 2016.
“Your foreclosure is canceled” is the best sentence Sandy Sneller has ever heard. She and her husband, Bob, read it in a recent letter from her mortgage company after dozens of friends, family, veterans organizations, businesses, civic groups and helpful strangers contributed a significant amount of money to fulfill their past-due obligations.
A registered nurse worked beyond her role with the St. Louis Region Quality Enhancement office with the Department of Mental Health to fulfill two clients’ wishes to go to camp. Lisa Buckles has worked for more than 15 years serving in consumer health, safety and rights.
Readers will see the World War I era through the eyes of a newlywed couple separated by military service in Jeremy Amick’s latest book, “Soldierly Devotion.”
The Jefferson City Board of Education on Monday is holding two public meetings — a special open session and a work session.
Jefferson City High School celebrated Winter Sports this past week with an assembly, basketball game and dance.
A Holts Summit man was killed in a two-vehicle collision in Moniteau County Friday morning.
An online system used to train employees from the four-campus University of Missouri system to address violations of a federal law that bans gender discrimination in education has been fraught with problems.
College programs that train Missouri's future teachers are facing an unprecedented level of scrutiny as the state overhauls how educators are certified.
Researchers from the University of Missouri's flagship campus in Columbia say nurses with post-graduate training can help improve the quality of health care.
British ambassador, Churchill descendants travel to Fulton for ceremony
Sounds from a trumpet resonated inside the Church of St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury Saturday as international and state leaders and community members silently reflected on the life of Sir Winston Churchill.