Sara Podorski sold their family’s non-working computer at her rummage sale on Friday only to make a heartbreaking discovery shortly later: It contained some 4,000 photos that chronicle the lives of their two daughters from birth.
If Christina Sadowski-Shaw were to break down her life by numbers, it would look like this: She’s been a nurse for 16 years and now works two jobs, one full-time job at the Truman Veterans’ Hospital on a surgery unit and one part-time as a staff nurse with the University Hospital’s step-down progressive care unit.
The first of a series of legislative hearings about the merger between the Missouri State Highway Patrol and Water Patrol is scheduled to begin Wednesday.
The 2014 Helias Catholic High School Foundation annual fund drive began in April and concluded in August, netting $310,000 in donations.
Today marks the fifth anniversary of Angela and Rodney Gilpin’s murders. Thursday morning, the Missouri Supreme Court will hear arguments on David Russell Hosier’s appeal of his conviction and death sentence for killing Angela, who was 45.
Jefferson City is in the process of preparing a scope of services for the city’s next solid waste services, or trash, contract, but whether anything will change after the six-year contract with Allied Waste Services ends likely will depend on whether any other company submits a bid.
City attorney: ‘It’s not a foolproof system’
It’s been nearly five years since Jefferson City enacted an ordinance making trash service mandatory for all residents, but not all residents have embraced the requirement.
Annual reunion of former residents filled with recollections of little river town
The Flood of ’93 may have taken the buildings away, but those who used to call Cedar City home are keeping alive the memories of what they feel made that community great.
Move would save $100,000 in 2015 fiscal year
The Jefferson City Council is expected to decide Monday whether to merge two departments and fill the last high-level vacancy at City Hall.
In 2004, the Central Missouri Master Gardeners embarked on their largest project up to that point, inspired by the commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery military expedition.
South Callaway FFA is educating students in the school district as part of their Supervised Agricultural Experience project. FFA members brought various farm animals to school last Friday and answered students’ questions.
Driver examiner supervisor Timothy Murphy showed “heroic actions” in May when a typical driver’s exam was cut short when he saw smoke pouring from a residence’s upper floor.
While driving down Jefferson City's East McCarty Street, many may have noticed recent construction in Warwick Village.
Halloween City, a national costume store, has officially opened for the spooky season at 2509 Missouri Blvd. in Jefferson City.
Last week’s announcement that First National Bank of St. Louis will change its name Nov. 14 to “Central Bank of St. Louis” may just be the first step in a series of changes for some of the 13 banks owned by Jefferson City-based Central Bancompany.
The Jefferson City News Tribune sports staff was recognized for its excellence in page design at the Better Newspaper Contest, sponsored by the Missouri Press Foundation. The news staff also received third place for General Excellence.
A grounded flight has kept the Marching Mizzou from traveling to an away football game.
This week, the Cole County grand jury handed down several indictments, finding there was enough evidence to send the cases on to the circuit courts for possible trial.
St. Louis Cardinals fans hear ads for it on the radio broadcasts.
Have you ever dreamed of living overseas? If you are a teenager in Mid-Missouri, Rotary Youth Exchange is offering you a chance.