A 25-year-old man who escaped a Missouri jail cell has been sentenced to 15 years for rape.
A Jefferson City woman was sentenced to seven years in prison after she led law officers on a chase through three counties in August.
Jefferson City woman charged in connection with the death of a Jefferson City man after a drug deal gone bad in Columbia in June 2013 was placed on five years supervised probation for pleading guilty to one count of attempted distribution of a controlled substance.
An ordinance was introduced Monday night at the Jefferson City Council meeting to allow an agreement between the city and Lincoln University to vacate Chestnut Street from Dunklin Street to Atchison Street.
Local obesity statistics in line with statewide average
Missouri ranks 20th in the nation in obesity prevalence with 30.2 percent of the population considered obese, according to a report recently released by two national nonprofit organizations.
The second annual Missouri Stories Scriptwriting Fellowship is underway, and screenplays and original television pilot scripts set in Missouri are currently being accepted from writers throughout the U.S.
The family of Jim and Rosie Schaefer received the Benedictine College 2015 Family Award.
Churchill Clark is back on the Missouri River in a homemade dugout canoe
Nearly two months into Churchill Clark’s 2,400-mile journey, he stepped out of his hand-carved canoe onto the shore of the Noren River Access on Monday.
The St. Elizabeth R-4 School District is keeping its schedule this week, even though the town has a boil order at least through today.
Missouri's budget director says the state can't count on getting $50 million in anticipated tobacco settlement money.
Former Missouri House Speaker John Diehl has left his job at a suburban St. Louis law firm months after admitting to exchanging sexually charged text messages with a Capitol intern and resigning from public office.
The Missouri National Guard plans to add more than 400 full- and part-time military police and transportation jobs in the state.
Loretta Broker has worn many hats in her career, but she dons her favorites to read for kids
Loretta Broker hopes all grandparents join her in reading to their grandchildren and all children.
Police preach seat belt use, undivided attention to weather, other drivers
The law enforcement agencies that track traffic crashes in the Jefferson City area believe continued education of good driving habits will lead to safer roads.
Parents, educators given ‘tools’ to cope with disorder
Dyslexia is a cognitive disorder that is often misunderstood, and even schools have a long way to go to understand it and make accommodations for students who have it, a master certified dyslexia tutor told a group of parents and educators on Sunday.
The classic comedy “The Odd Couple” by Neil Simon is on the stage for The Little Theatre of Jefferson City.
The romantic musical “The Last Five Years,” with score by Jason Robert Brown, is the latest production by Capital City Players.
A student-run recording studio is providing free access to production equipment to students in Columbia Public Schools.
Melinda Olson stares at the bar, rearranges the mat beneath it, exhales and jumps. She reaches for the bar with both hands, grabs it and swings like a pendulum.
Educator asking staff about district’s needs, plans to engage public before potential bond issue
Creating a school district bond is far from an overnight process. From the moment Jefferson City School District Superintendent Larry Linthacum started in July, he’s been drawing up plans to resolve the district’s overcrowded classrooms.