Mutation of Type A makes vaccine less effective
Nearly 500 of the state’s 3,318 confirmed cases of the flu are in Mid-Missouri.
A Columbia man serving a three-year federal prison sentence for sending money to relatives in Iraq, in defiance of U.S. sanctions, has been released to a local halfway house.
A central Missouri prosecutor facing five felony charges after crashing his car into a popular downtown Columbia restaurant is seeking a change of venue to move the case out of Boone County.
Charges of stealing, resisting arrest and second-degree assault on a law enforcement officer were recently dismissed against a St. Louis woman.
A resident of the Dulle-Hamilton Towers has been placed on five years supervised probation for pleading guilty to charges in connection with selling narcotics.
A Jefferson City man has been sentenced to 13 years in prison after pleading guilty to one count of selling heroin in or near public housing.
Two people were involved in a two-vehicle accident at 10:40 a.m. Wednesday on Route O north of Harris Road in Cooper County.
A new Missouri education commissioner has been chosen to replace a leader who faced frequent criticism while dealing with struggling districts.
Schweich gives ag dept. overall 'good' rating
State Auditor Tom Schweich this morning questioned why Missouri’s Agriculture department gave larger raises to 10 employees over the two years than most state employees received during the same time.
A Christmas Wish: Part 1
For those facing life’s toughest battles, the Christmas season can mean another challenge to face. For those willing to help, it’s an opportunity to give.
Faces from the city’s past and familiar facades were featured in more than 60 displays created by students in the local gifted program.
Other offices also draw candidates
After one day of filing, Jefferson City voters can expect at least one race on the April ballot.
Three challengers and an incumbent have filed for two open seats on the Jefferson City Board of Education on Tuesday, the first day of filing.
An audit of the Jefferson City Public Schools revealed the district is in good fiscal condition, accountant Jim McGinnis reported last week.
Khiry Devon Summers won a small victory at the state appeals court Tuesday morning, when a three-judge panel ordered Cole County Presiding Circuit Judge Pat Joyce to re-sentence Summers on his armed criminal action conviction.
Almost 700 Missouri government retirees renewed their online access to account information Tuesday, the Missouri State Employees Retirement System (MOSERS) said.
An employer should not have cut an employee’s disability benefits without first asking the state’s Labor and Industrial Relations Commission, a three-judge panel of the state appeals court’s Kansas City District ruled Tuesday.
The Missouri River Regional Library Board approved a petitioning policy after more than eight months of working with their legal representation to craft it.
Jefferson City soon will be searching for a new veterinarian and director for the Jefferson City Animal Shelter.
A Jefferson City woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in connection with a drug possession case.