Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster’s power to issue a “civil investigative demand,” or CID, isn’t blocked by federal law, a three-judge appeals court panel in Kansas City ruled Tuesday.
Laborers, iron workers and carpenters are busy preparing the new Chestnut Street overpass over U.S. 50/63 to be opened for Jefferson City motorists Friday.
Two Blair Oaks High School students were honored by the National Consumers League for involvement in a community service and leadership initiative through LifeSmarts, a consumer literacy program.
A 7-year-old Jefferson City boy was treated for minor injuries Tuesday after an accident involving a bicycle and a car.
Two Belle residents were injured in a one-car accident at 9:25 p.m. Monday on Route D, east of Missouri 89 in Osage County.
Man's body believed to be the same as officials searched for near Rocheport Monday night.
Minor flooding continues along parts of the Missouri River, and the water level is expected to remain high through the week.
Cultural differences benefit exchange students as much as their studies
She may technically be a junior, but Anja Krupchenko is an elite student.
For nearly an hour Monday morning, a crowd of more than 200 people at Jefferson City’s National Cemetery watched and listened quietly as family members, friends and fellow veterans honored the lives of 130 military veterans who died in the past year.
Jefferson City police are seeking an unknown suspect who robbed Bee Line Snack Shop of an undisclosed amount of money Saturday night.
160 students pick up diplomas on Sunday
At Helias Catholic High School’s graduation Mass on Sunday, the Rev. Nicholas Reid told the school’s 160 graduates that the point of their lives is to live for others.
Like the rest of the state, Jefferson City’s school district has struggled to recruit minority employees.
The Jefferson City Police Department does not believe its staff reflects the diversity of the community, but officials are struggling to attract more minorities to the profession.
The latest production for Scene One Theatre is the drama “ Flowers for Algernon.”
Jefferson City Public Schools’ Southwest Early Childhood Center (SWECC) was selected as a National School of Character by Character.org (formerly the Character Education Partnership) in Washington, D.C., a national character education advocate.
Because of today’s Memorial Day holiday, federal, state, county and city offices will be closed except for emergency services, such as law enforcement and fire protection.
A variety of classes surrounding plants and gardens will be offered at the Lincoln University Extension Farmers Markets at 10:30 a.m. Saturdays beginning June 6.
Jefferson City police are seeking a man accused of armed robbery at a convenience store on Saturday night.
Heavy storms across Missouri and Kansas have been pushing streams and rivers out of their banks, and forecasters say more rain is likely this week.
Needs, priorities will be tied to expected level of service
The Jefferson City Council will face tough decisions in the 2016 budget, as staffing and equipment needs outpace revenue projections.