New agreement needed before station receives city funds
Interim City Administrator Drew Hilpert said the current contract between Jefferson City and Lincoln University for operating JCTV expired after Thursday, and a new one is not yet in place.
Six members of the National Organization for Women (NOW) picketed Saturday morning in front of Jefferson City's Hobby Lobby store to protest the company's stance against the federal mandate to include birth control in its employee health care coverage.
As Rep. Jeanie Riddle, R-Mokane, looks to represent Missouri’s 10th district in the state senate, Holts Summit resident Travis Fitzwater has started his campaign to replace Riddle in the Missouri House of Representatives.
Two American Red Cross Heart of Missouri Chapter volunteers have deployed to Illinois to assist clients impacted by recent tornadoes.
Cole County Public Works Department is closing the 1300 block of Murphy’s Ford Road at the North Moreau Creek effective through April 1, due to winter conditions that can make the hill impassable.
Highway Patrol officers said snow caused two of five accidents Friday that sent five mid-Missourians to area hospitals. All were treated and released.
Winning the vote to enter the Hall of Famous Missourians at the Capitol are physician Andrew Taylor Still and science fiction author Robert Heinlein. Also Virginia Minor, who advocated for women's voting rights, and Mel Hancock, who authored a state constitutional amendment.
People gathered around storefronts along High Street on Friday, eager to see this year’s Living Windows displays. Store owners and volunteers handed out cups of warm cider and cookies to cold passersby.
Was price tag too high?
Two Mid-Missouri representatives voted against a bill Friday that includes $1.7 billion in economic incentives meant to attract Boeing Co. to build its 777X commercial jet in the St. Louis area.
Decision comes after Boeing incentives passed
A state housing commission held off Friday on approving millions of dollars in tax credits to build apartments for low-income residents in what appears to be the first ripple effect of a separate incentive package for a Boeing airplane facility.
The American Red Cross Heart of Missouri Chapter collected more than 3,500 Holiday Mail for Heroes cards that will be sent to service members stationed in the United States and overseas.
The Cole County grand jury met this week and found there was enough evidence in several cases to move them on to the circuit courts for possible trial.
Heisinger Auxiliary’s 21st annual Christmas Homes Tour will be held from 1-5 p.m. Sunday. The cost is $10, and the proceeds benefit Heisinger Bluffs and St. Joseph’s Bluffs.
Postponed more than once, the demolition of the first portion of the old Hurricane Deck Bridge has been rescheduled for noon today. Route 5 on the adjacent new bridge will be closed for around 15 minutes at the time of the blast,
From Iberia R-5: First State Bank Frisco League Tournament canceled Friday night and also canceled Saturday.
Missouri lawmakers have given final approval to incentives for Boeing to assemble to a new passenger airplane in the St. Louis area.
Baldrige Performance Excellence Program touted
A statewide education conference aimed at improving Missouri’s schools drew four top Jefferson City Public School administrators to Columbia on Thursday, where they heard Gov. Jay Nixon applaud the state’s teachers, but also call for more accountability.
In his second attempt at an appeal, a Jefferson City man hopes to convert a pair of death sentences into life in prison. Brian J. Dorsey was sentenced for killing his cousin and her husband in their New Bloomfield home.
A mainstay of Downtown Living Windows has been local church participation.
Hairdresser Melinda Peak cut nearly 12 inches from Tina Sellner’s hair Thursday at Wave-Lengths Hairstyling Salon. Sellner plans to donate the locks to Pantene’s Beautiful Lengths, which makes real-hair wigs from the donations and distributes them free of charge.