A Lake Ozark man was injured in a one-vehicle accident at 4:30 a.m. Thursday on U.S. 54 east of Missouri 17 in Cole County.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich, who had recently launched a Republican campaign for governor, fatally shot himself Thursday in what police described as an "apparent suicide," minutes after inviting reporters to his suburban St. Louis home for an interview.
Five South Callaway student chefs placed seventh among 24 schools at the 2015 Missouri ProStart Invitational Culinary Competition last week.
Closing a radar gap in Mid-Missouri
Residents in mid- and eastern-Missouri will soon get better warning of dangerous weather, and scientists will have a new tool to help agriculture cope with changes in climate.
Certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) lobbied Wednesday at the state Capitol against bills that would continue prohibiting their ability to administer certain forms of medication for pain management.
Supreme Court asked to order new elections on 2 amendments passed last August
Missouri’s Supreme Court judges were asked Wednesday to order new elections, with new ballot language, for two constitutional amendments voters approved last August.
Plan seeks to reverse the state's slide
Missouri is falling behind, according to research from the past year.
Missouri’s public schools and community colleges would receive larger funding increases than recommended by Gov. Jay Nixon, under a budget plan presented Wednesday to a House committee.
Missouri state probation officials must make different calculations for determining when an inmate is eligible for conditional release or parole from a prison sentence, the state appeals court ruled Tuesday.
A Jefferson City resident was placed on five years supervised probation for pleading guilty to charges in connection with a drug raid that occurred last May.
Gillam Family Illusions is preparing for its fifth annual show in Jefferson City to benefit the Council for Drug Free Youth, and the local family isn’t resting on its laurels.
Check this headline link for updates on Mid-Missouri weather-related cancellations and announcements for Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015.
A jury has found a 26-year-old man guilty of killing a Columbia art dealer in exchange for $10,000, a car and a gun.
Missouri’s public safety director, appointed amid fallout from the fatal Ferguson police shooting of Michael Brown, on Wednesday announced plans to resign only six months into the job.
A Jefferson City woman was indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday for embezzling $410,000 from the bank where she was employed.
A University of Missouri-commissioned report says the school’s student union is in need of renovations after parts of the building were found to be in poor condition.
A safer, larger and more efficient space will allow the California High School FFA program to better meet the needs of its continuously-increasing enrollment.
A Jefferson City teenager has proposed a bill to expand gifted education in Missouri, which he hopes state lawmakers will pick up and embrace as their own.
Missouri government cannot make any payments to the California-based Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) because it is “an unlawful interstate compact to which the U.S. Congress has never consented,” Cole County Circuit Judge Dan Green ruled Tuesday.
Nearly everyone agrees that, when it comes to sentencing teens convicted of first-degree murder, Missouri’s sentencing law is unconstitutional, because of a couple of U.S. Supreme Court rulings.