Contractors working for MoDOT will close a section of Lafayette Street in Jefferson City on Thursday.
One man is in custody following a standoff with Jefferson City police overnight that lasted for about 90 minutes outside an apartment complex.
3 primary problems surface in strategic planning focus groups
The Jefferson City Board of Education learned more about the status of the district’s strategic planning efforts at a work session Monday.
The Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Commission has approved two proposals to cost-share work for the planned multipurpose building with Lincoln University.
The Osage County Commission wants Sheriff Michael Dixon out of office after the state Public Safety department on Monday revoked his license to be a law officer.
Victims of human trafficking may soon be able to qualify for heightened privacy, thanks to legislation supported by both parties in the House and Senate, as well as the secretary of state.
Sessions on tap today in Eldon, Meta
Four town hall meetings are set this week for Missouri landowners whose properties are affected by the potential conversion of the Rock Island Line Railroad into a recreational trail spanning the state.
State Sen. Bob Dixon wants to give counties the option of joining together and sharing one full-time prosecutor rather than having part-time prosecutors with private law practices.
A Missouri bill to link the length of unemployment benefits to the unemployment rate has approval from a House panel.
Nearly 38 percent more Missouri residents than last year have signed up health care insurance so far under the federal exchange.
A Jefferson City man has been charged with first-degree robbery for stealing a purse at gunpoint on Sunday night.
Nixon wants bonds to build it, repair others; Silvey pushes veterans care legislation
Gov. Jay Nixon wants to repair four of Missouri’s seven veterans homes and build a new one.
Larry Linthacum gets a warm greeting in his first public appearance
Hundreds of people filed through the Miller Performing Arts Center atrium Monday afternoon in order to greet incoming Superintendent Larry Linthacum.
Osage County sheriff has 30 days to appeal
Missouri’s Public Safety department revoked Osage County Sheriff Michael Dixon’s peace officer’s license Monday.
Missouri spent $376,000 to fly commissioners to meetings across the state when hundreds of thousands of dollars could have been saved if they drove instead, according to the state audit.
Missouri government owns 19 aircraft — and that’s too many, State Auditor Tom Schweich said in an 18-page report released Monday.
Osage County Sheriff Michael Dixon's peace officer's license was revoked today.
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials selected Mike Langelier to serve as the new resident inspector at the Callaway Energy Center. Read more about Langelier's prior experiences in the field.
After work as jailer and deputy, Lt. Aaron Bollinger leads key department for sheriff
In his 17 years at the Cole County Sheriff’s Department, Lt. Aaron Bollinger has held just about every position in the department.
A fundamental difference in history may be the cause of so many perceived differences between races, according to one local historian and author.