Spring break in Fulton will be disrupted by a comprehensive investigation after middle school physical education teachers conducted a class survey that left some parents and students upset.
Proposition KIDS will focus on no-tax-increase bond vote
Cole County prosecutors charged a homeless man — Timothy P. Rigby, 51 — with second-degree statutory rape and sodomy for an incident Monday morning involving a teenage girl.
A Jefferson City man was taken into custody following a vehicle chase and crash, Tuesday night.
A Lebanon teen faces burglary, stealing and property damage charges for a Dec. 27 break-in at a home in the 4800 block of Sunrise Drive, Taos.
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NB School board gets update on ag program
A state audit said Missouri’s attorney general needs a stronger conflict of interest policy when it comes to taking or rejecting campaign contributions from people or companies the office is dealing with.
Access NewsTribune.com for the video of candidates for the Jefferson City Board of Education commenting about issues during a public forum held Tuesday evening
Audit report includes comments on conflicts of interest and campaign donations
The Jefferson City Public Schools are pleased to announce the six finalists for the 2015 Teacher of the Year. The six finalists, three from elementary division (preschool through fifth grade) and three from the secondary division (grades 6-12).
Two Jefferson City men have been charged with shooting at an occupied vehicle on Thursday night.
An autopsy is to be performed on an inmate who died this weekend at the Jefferson City Correctional Center.
Miffed Steinman walks out in mid-forum
With the election two weeks away, more than 60 people came to watch candidates for Jefferson City mayor discuss city issues Monday night.
A Holts Summit man is facing charges in connection with a February vehicle crash in Jefferson City.
A Jefferson City man has been charged with two counts of second-degree assault in connection with an October 2014 traffic accident.
A Versailles man was shot and killed after allegedly forcibly entering a neighboring home.
Candidates addressed the issues on Monday night
Access the video on NewsTribune.com of candidates for Jefferson City mayor during a public forum at City Hall held Monday night.
William Zimmerman is a master gardener and a member of the Missouri River Regional Library Board, but his commitment to volunteer work began decades ago.
E-cigarettes pose health concerns, too, study says
Business owners and offices are divided on how to address use of electronic cigarettes as part of their tobacco policies, as studies continue to examine their potential health effects and potential for secondhand side effects.