A late-season winter storm will affect central and eastern sections of Missouri starting today and continuing into Sunday.
The 40th annual Statewide Tornado Drill will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Jefferson City teacher has become a Super Plunger
Twenty years ago, Jefferson City High School (JCHS) math teacher Curt Yaeger took his first chilling dip into the waters of Public Beach No. 2 at Lake of the Ozarks State Park during the first Polar Plunge, and it literally took his breath away.
The Cole County Grand Jury recently indicted several individuals, finding there was enough evidence to send their cases on to the circuit courts for possible trial.
First Student, one of the largest providers of school bus services in the United States, will continue to transport students for the Jefferson City Public Schools.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have a special enrollment period for those who did not have health coverage in 2014 and are subject to the fee when they file their 2014 taxes in states that use the federally-facilitated marketplaces.
A cannabis extract some parents believe may help treat seizures experienced by their children with epilepsy may be available in Missouri this fall.
Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer recently announced dates when his staff will be meeting with 3rd District constituents.
A memorial service for Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich is scheduled for Tuesday in his hometown of Clayton.
Missouri's auditor, who fatally shot himself in an apparent suicide, had vowed to take down the state's most powerful politicians and donors, including his fellow Republicans, when he launched an anti-corruption campaign for governor last month.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is canceling a trip to Cuba following the death of state Auditor Tom Schweich.
About 15 minutes after Auditor Tom Schweich’s office announced his death early Thursday afternoon, Gov. Jay Nixon, Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, lawmakers from both parties and both houses, Capitol staff and some lobbyists gathered in the House chamber for a brief prayer service.
State Auditor Tom Schweich’s death Thursday means Gov. Jay Nixon soon will be naming a new auditor.
The death of state Auditor Tom Schweich produced a flurry of statements about the Missouri public official on Twitter and government websites:
Committee to promote passage of $2 million no-tax increase bond issue on April ballot
As a current employee and graduate of the New Bloomfield R-3 School District, Brenda Maddox knows first hand how badly the district needs certain facility repairs.
Department received up to $50,000 in free equipment
The Jefferson City Fire Department is acting as a test site for new technology, affording the department thousands of dollars of equipment at no cost.
From junior high to senior citizens, paddles always ready
Ethan Johnson and Elliott Lammers approach the green table, paddles in hand. They ease quickly from palling around to sorting out who wins the first serve.
A Jefferson City man is charged with one count of felony child abuse following an incident earlier this week.
A Jefferson City man has been charged in connection with an undercover drug deal that occurred in March 2012.
Kehoe resolution would send message to California, HSUS
State Sen. Mike Kehoe wants to send a message to the state of California and the Humane Society of the United States: Missourians don’t like your new regulations.