The Missouri Gaming Commission will be getting a new executive director next year.
The Miller County Sheriff's Department is warning residents about a scam.
After several months of searching, the Jefferson City Public School District has found its new superintendent.
Curators cite number of successes achieved in Rome’s tenure
Lincoln University Curators like the job Kevin Rome is doing.
Lincoln University curators approved a new scholarship program Thursday aimed at students who attend private high schools such as Helias Catholic, Calvary Lutheran or Lighthouse Academy — or are home-schooled.
A Christmas Wish part 3: Making new memories
Marissa Quiroz, 26, is a resident of the Salvation Army Center of Hope Emergency Shelter, and a married mother of two.
The Salvation Army of Jefferson City started in 1899, but financial obligations required them to cease their operations in 1900 and begin again in 1917.
Night of fire and valor
Dec. 10, 2013 — just 53 weeks and two days ago — turned out to be a very extraordinary day in the lives of three Jefferson City employees.
Generating watts of power for 30 years
Thirty years ago today, the Callaway Energy Center was declared fully operational and started contributing power to Ameren Missouri’s grid.
MU chancellor impressed by youngsters and their contraptions
Students with a passion for robotics shared their work with a group of University of Missouri leaders Thursday afternoon at the Cole County Extension Center in Jefferson City.
Annual tournament generates hotel room stays, dollars
The 2014 Capital City Holiday Hoops Showcase brings more than athletes to Jefferson City — it also brings added dollars to the community.
Gov. Jay Nixon is throwing his support behind home care workers, of which a handful caroled outside his mansion Thursday and called on him to ensure they receive a pay increase.
Missouri officials are ratcheting back their expectations for the state's finances while forecasting modest growth for the future.
A Barnett teen was injured in a one-vehicle accident at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday on Route T north of Missouri 135 in Morgan County.
A Jefferson City man was taken into custody after a MUSTANG Drug Task Force drug bust, Thursday morning.
Keep checking NewsTribune.com for updates on closings and delays due to wintry weather conditions.
A Christmas Wish, part 2: Defying the odds
In 2001, readers of the News Tribune were introduced to Emily Kramer, better known as Baby Emily. She was born with a rare condition known as DiGeorge Syndrome.
Whether helping a child with cerebral palsy learn to walk or giving a child who is deaf the gift of sign language, the Special Learning Center (SLC) is here to help expand the abilities of every child.
Department receives 'good' rating in report
Although he questioned some of the Missouri Agriculture department’s operations for the last two business years, state Auditor Tom Schweich on Wednesday gave the department a “good” rating — which, in the auditor’s scales, indicates “this entity is well managed.”
Emergency medical technicians suited up in hazardous material (hazmat) handling gear, while firefighters and police officers cordoned off Jefferson City Fire Station No. 3 for a drill on Wednesday morning.