British ambassador, Churchill descendants travel to Fulton for ceremony
Sounds from a trumpet resonated inside the Church of St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury Saturday as international and state leaders and community members silently reflected on the life of Sir Winston Churchill.
Jefferson City business and community leaders capped an exciting week by celebrating its members’ positive contributions and achievements Friday night at the annual Chamber of Commerce Gala.
Speed-limit reduction, flashing lights sought near school
Calvary Lutheran High School leaders have embarked upon a project to make it safer for drivers entering and exiting the school’s property.
A Jefferson City Public Schools middle-school student is facing disciplinary action after walking away from the group he was with while on a tour of the St. Louis Holocaust Museum on Thursday.
East to west traffic on the Whitton Expressway will be disrupted during the Feb. 6 weekend when two bridges over the thoroughfare are removed as part of the Lafayette Street Interchange project.
Mid-Missourians crowded into the Knights of Columbus Hall in Westphalia on Thursday night to discuss and, more often than not, challenge a proposal to convert the old Rock Island railroad bed into a hiking and biking trail.
State college and universities say they welcome the $12 million in extra funding Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is seeking in the next budget, but it’s not enough to make up for years of underfunding.
Two Mid-Missouri college presidents said they appreciate Gov. Jay Nixon’s budget proposals for their schools.
The granddaughter and great-grandson of Winston Churchill will join Gov. Jay Nixon and others this weekend in Fulton to mark the 50th anniversary of Churchill’s death.
With about 2,000 veterans waiting for a room, Gov. Jay Nixon is hoping to tap into new bond revenues to pay for an additional veterans nursing home in Missouri.
More than 30 Jefferson City businesses are seeking an open market for their commercial trash services instead of the mandatory service currently provided by Allied Waste.
A reception to welcome Larry Linthacum, the incoming superintendent of the Jefferson City Public Schools, and his family will be held from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Monday in the Miller Performing Arts Center Atrium.
After teenager Michael Brown was killed by a police officer last August, some of the protests and anger were aimed at Missouri’s municipal courts and how some people believe they prey on poor people.
Mid-Missouri lawmakers generally praised state Supreme Court Chief Justice Mary R. Russell and the State of the Judiciary speech she gave Thursday morning.
Gender, racial equality advocate draws parallel between MLK’s struggles, struggles today
Nontombi Naomi Tutu, daughter of South African social rights activist Desmond Tutu, took time to research Martin Luther King Jr. in an attempt to learn about him as a private figure rather than just a public figure.
A sentencing date is pending after a Cole County Jury found a Jefferson City man guilty of selling cocaine this week after deliberating about an hour.
A St. Louis man has been charged with setting a fire at Lincoln University.
Charges against a Jefferson City man in a January 2014 assault case were dismissed.
A former St. Louis police chief earned Senate confirmation Thursday to become Missouri’s new public safety director, making him one of state’s highest-ranking black public officials despite concerns about a racial discrimination lawsuit brought against him.
A two-vehicle accident Wednesday afternoon in Cole County left one teenager with minor injuries.