J Street Vintage, Gritty & Pretty opened its doors at 615 Jefferson St. on Saturday morning.
Gypsy Studio, a mobile art studio, will host a grand opening on Sept. 16 at Madison’s Cafe in downtown Jefferson City.
Jefferson City inspected 61 food services during the month of July.
One person was injured in a stabbing incident in downtown Jefferson City early Sunday.
Five people were hurt in a two-vehicle crash early Saturday morning in Miller County.
Two people were hurt in a two-vehicle accident on Saturday afternoon in Jefferson City.
During United Way's Days of Caring
A small army of volunteers are taking to the streets of Jefferson City to care for children, feed the hungry, repair playgrounds and bake cookies.
When daughters have boo-boos, it’s nice to have Daddy around to make it better.
The Missouri River Regional Library has chosen the subject for the latest Capital READ program.
The Downtown Association awarded this year’s volunteer awards to two Jefferson City individuals and a business.
Crider Health Center and Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare announced Friday that the two Missouri nonprofit organizations will be merging.
An Ashland teen was injured in a one-vehicle accident at 10 p.m. Thursday on Route DD, south of Myers Lane in Boone County.
A St. Louis brother and sister have been charged with kidnapping a five-year-old boy from Jefferson City.
Two suspects have been taken into custody after a threat made to an individual and posted to social media was reported to Eldon High School administration this morning.
More than 300 people gathered at the Capitol Plaza Hotel on Thursday afternoon for the community campaign kickoff of the United Way 2014 fundraising campaign.
HALO is trying to tackle a new issue, the homeless youth of Jefferson City.
A first-grade teacher at Lawson Elementary School has been recognized by the Jefferson City football team for her work in the school district.
An Eldon business owner has been indicted by a federal grand jury for possessing marijuana with the intent to distribute.
A Jefferson City man was placed on five years supervised probation for pleading guilty to a charge in connection with a robbery that occurred in May 2013.
Family friend reportedly confesses after arrest in Sedalia
Authorities say a man has admitted killing a 6-year-old boy early Thursday morning outside of Fulton.