Week 2 Previews
This week's issue of Goal Lines features game previews for Jefferson City, Helias, Blair Oaks, California, Tipton, Fulton, South Callaway, North Callaway, Eldon, School of the Osage, Versailles and Southern Boone.
Fulton schools confirm child was a student
The Callaway County Sheriff's Office has confirmed a suspect is in custody for the death of 6-year-old in Callaway County.
A Missouri ballot measure that would allow allegations of past actions to be used against people facing child sexual abuse charges could lead to more wrongful convictions of the falsely accused, a prominent defense attorney said Wednesday.
The St. Louis County medical examiner, whose office performed the first autopsy on Michael Brown, is a Jefferson City native and Jefferson City High School graduate.
Whether the police are right in a situation and whether one likes the police, an officer should receive respect for his position. The matter can be addressed or corrected later, if the subject complies and then walks away.
‘Communication is a learned skill’
Seventh-graders at Lewis and Clark Middle School are studying conflict resolution this month as part of their Contemporary Issues class.
Arranged false appraisal on Gravois Mills residence
A Carrollton woman was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury for defrauding Central Bank of $185,000.
On Wednesday, a federal grand jury indicted Jeremy Traxler — who was arrested in New Bloomfield on drug-related charges — for possessing 50 grams or more of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute.
The 2014 property tax rate for Cole County will remain the same as it was in 2013. By a 2-1 vote, Cole County commissioners voted to leave the levy at 10 cents for each $100 of assessed property value.
The design phase is complete, and now the Cole County Commission must decide whether to proceed with constructing a new building to address future office space needs on the site of the old county jail and sheriff’s office.
Course syllabi are the intellectual property of their creators and not considered public records under Missouri's Sunshine Law, a state appeals court ruled this week.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday appointed a new state public safety director, giving his administration its only black Cabinet member nearly three weeks after the shooting of a black 18-year-old by a white police officer led to violent protests in a St. Louis suburb.
The founder and throttleman for Outerlimits Offshore Powerboat Company died Tuesday from injuries he sustained during a powerboat accident at Lake of the Ozarks Shootout on Saturday.
Missouri law enforcement groups are teaming up in support of a proposed constitutional amendment that they said Tuesday could make it easier to gain convictions or guilty pleas in child sexual abuse cases.
After being discussed for months, the Jefferson City Public Schools kicked off academies with the start of school this fall, and Diane Olson, the director of education programs for Farm Bureau, was the first experiment.
A Jefferson City man is charged with sexual abuse involving a female victim under the age of 10.
A new report has shown Missouri is one of the three worst states in the country for passing meaningful legislation to prevent cancer-related suffering and death.
A regional economic development group says thousands of people have commented on possible future cuts at Fort Leonard Wood.
Six people were treated for minor injuries after a two-vehicle accident Monday night in Jefferson City.
The Cole County Sheriff's Department is investigating a homicide at the Jefferson City Correctional Center after an inmate died from injuries related to an assault earlier this month.