Although a final decision on whether they will spend the money to do it has yet to be made, Cole County commissioners have decided to move forward with trying to upgrade the county’s website.
The Missouri Senate can prohibit groups from recording Senate committee meetings because the state Constitution’s authorization for the body to create its own rules supersedes the state’s open meeting laws, Cole County Circuit Judge Jon Beetem ruled Tuesday.
A Camdenton man was sentenced in federal court Monday for a mail fraud scheme that involved the distribution of more than $1.2 million in synthetic marijuana, commonly known as K2, from a head shop in Lebanon.
A Jefferson City man already charged in Callaway County in connection with a high-speed chase with authorities Sunday night is facing more charges in that same case in Cole County.
The Cole County prosecutor has charged a Fulton woman with bringing methamphetamine into the Algoa Correctional Center.
Missouri's Supreme Court has upheld two constitutional amendments guaranteeing the right to farm and the right to bear arms.
OA wants to review prison’s nomination to national register
The nomination, approved by the city’s Historic Preservation Commission, for the Missouri State Penitentiary to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places was removed from the state’s approving agency’s agenda in May.
Lawn fungus causing brown patches in green expanses
Rain and temperatures are making it “party time” for the fungus that causes brown patch.
Jefferson City officials are inviting public comment on how to spend the 2016 Community Development Block Grant funds.
Missouri was one of 21 states that joined Michigan in suing the federal Environmental Protection Agency over its “toxic emissions” regulations.
Scattered debris near New Bloomfield as unrelenting rain leads to more floods in Midwest
A tornado touched down briefly three miles north-northeast of New Bloomfield on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in St. Louis.
Two men were arrested and held on charges following a Sunday evening car pursuit that started in Jefferson City and ended outside Kingdom City, according to the Callaway County Sheriff’s office.
A Gravois Mills man was killed in a pedestrian accident at 3 a.m. Sunday on Missouri 5 north of Lebanon in Laclede County.
The Cole County prosecutor’s office has charged a Russellville man with two counts of second-degree domestic assault for an incident early Sunday morning.
Lightning struck near the top of a more than 14,000-foot mountain popular with hikers, sending three people to hospitals and killing a dog, Colorado authorities said
Holts Summit Mayor Lucas Fitzpatrick has resigned, effective Tuesday, citing new job duties that have created a strain on his time.
Officer Meredith Friedman talks about her love for the job
Jefferson City police officer Meredith Friedman knows her job isn’t easy, but being able to resolve problems and have a positive impact on people is part of why she loves it.
Central United Church of Christ’s started as a neighborhood church for German immigrants, and its new pastor wants to reconnect the church to the neighborhood.
The 13th annual dinner and auction to benefit the Samaritan Center endowment fund is set for July 30 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City.
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry is accepting nominations for its 2015 Fast Track Awards, a program designed to recognize Missouri’s fastest-growing companies.