A fire and flooding of the gymnasium at St. Elizabeth School canceled classes Wednesday, but teachers and students will be back in the classroom today.
A Jefferson City man charged with breaking into the U.S. Marine Corps League building in Apache Flats in June 2013 was placed on five years supervised probation.
Helias Catholic High School is producing the classic musical “Fiddler on the Roof” both as a form of entertainment and also as a learning experience for the students.
Stained Glass Theatre in Jefferson City is presenting a play written by Mike Upshaw, who is a member of Stained Glass Theatre in Ozark.
Jefferson City police officially have identified a body found found yesterday near the Chamois River Access as Randy Chugg, 21, of Jefferson City.
Jefferson City High School graduate Samuel Turpin, 22, was one of 46 students from the four UM System campuses sharing their research with lawmakers, staffers and visitors beneath the Capitol Rotunda.
Print makes a comeback
The Missouri “Blue Book” is making a comeback.
Missouri lawmakers presented several firearm-related bills Tuesday that pertain to school protection officers, landlords and tenants, a firearms safety training course and testing requirements for concealed carry weapons (CCW).
Moving Missouri’s primary election date from August to June would give candidates more time to campaign against their rival party’s counterparts, but it would shorten the time they have to distinguish themselves from rivals within their own party before nominees are picked.
A ceasefire to a costly war has been asked for, not in Syria or in Ukraine, but in an economic war between Kansas and Missouri.
Missouri’s prosecuting attorneys and representatives of several victims’ advocate groups spent Tuesday afternoon visiting with Missouri senators — urging them to support the proposed rewrite of the state’s entire criminal code.
Missouri payrolls grew in January while the state’s unemployment remained unchanged at 6 percent.
Missouri has a backlog of about 22,000 parents and children waiting to learn whether they will be covered by Medicaid.
Family believes it's missing Jefferson City man
The search for a Jefferson City man last seen standing on the Missouri River Bridge in December may be over. His family reports Randy Chugg's body has been found, but an autopsy will determine for sure.
Monday, Jefferson City police were called to an apparent heroin overdose in the 2100 block of Louis Circle.
Hats and wedding rings thrown into contest
Leonard Steinman has run for Jefferson City mayor, Cole County Western District commissioner, Missouri governor and the U.S. House of Representatives.
MoDOT plans to reconfigure a section of Missouri 179 in an attempt to reduce the number of rear-end and left-turn crashes.
3 area lawmakers pleased by release of funds for capital improvements
Three Mid-Missouri lawmakers are pleased with Gov. Jay Nixon’s release last Friday of $132.5 million in capital improvements money.
The Salute to America Committee wants the Cole County Commission to double its contribution to the annual event.
Annual report cites return on city, county investment
According to the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce, both Jefferson City and Cole County saw an “anticipated economic return” of more than $486,000 in 2013.