With impassioned shouts and raised hands, a crowd reacted Wednesday to stories of discrimination against people who are deaf or hard of hearing and applauded to speeches detailing efforts to end it.
Blunt criticized over Senate’s failure to consider Obama’s Supreme Court nomination
For a while Wednesday morning, a video billboard parked on High Street between the Capitol and state Supreme Court Building urged Missourians to tell U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt to do his job and let President Barack Obama’s U.S. Supreme Court nominee come to a Senate vote.
Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed a bill to make it easier to fully fund K-12 education by lowering the bar for what’s considered full funding.
A Jefferson City man is facing multiple charges for stealing several large TVs from Sam’s Club on Stoneridge Parkway.
The Cole County Commission has applied to be part of a new program aimed at agriculture economic development.
EQC’s focus would expand, focus on community wellness
The Jefferson City Council will consider a bill to change the scope of the Environmental Quality Commission, after proposed changes were approved by a council committee.
Missouri voters could decide whether to re-impose limits on the large amounts of money flowing to political candidates and committees.
The University of Missouri will have the smallest class of new students this fall since 2006, according to recent projections that show the loss of new enrollments could be 50 percent or higher than previous predictions.
The trial of a Jefferson City man accused of an April 2015 murder in the Capital City started Wednesday.
The Missouri Legislature has passed a requirement for voters to show photo identification.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed a proposal to rein in the amount of money lawmakers aim to provide to K-12 schools.
Two-thirds of the Missouri House has voted to change how public union members pay dues, the first step to overriding a veto by Gov. Jay Nixon.
A wealth of conflicting reports seems to promote and then refute the use of soy and soy products for health. So what is the true story on soy?
You probably wouldn’t guess that this plant is edible when you first glimpse it in the spring, but some of the earliest tasty greens of the year come from young cup plants.
To the 1980s hit song, “Come On Eileen,” children walked in a mini-parade Tuesday wearing sunglasses and carrying blow-up guitars to help announce the United Way of Central Missouri’s 2016 campaign theme: Rockin’ the ’80s.
A state appeals court ruled Tuesday that Cole County Circuit Judge Jon Beetem correctly dismissed a lawsuit challenging a state requirement for municipal courts to collect a $3 fee for the sheriff’s retirement fund.
Work to repair the roadway slide on Lower Bottom Road in Cole County is nearly complete, and on Tuesday afternoon county public works officials announced the road was reopened for traffic.
Landing Creek Road keeps getting rougher with truck traffic
Extending a pavement project might take place next year if the Cole County Commission and the County Public Works Department are able to find funds to do so.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission will conduct a baseline inspection at the Callaway nuclear power plant’s Unit 1 from June 13-July 1, according to a letter from the commission that was forwarded to the Fulton Sun.
Local author to sign books Friday
Jefferson City’s Ed Neeley spent 16 years longing for a reunion with his first love, Chelsey. The pair had an untimely separation in Las Vegas back in 1995, when she was stolen.