With filing a few weeks away, one candidate for the Jefferson City Public School Board has thrown her hat in the ring.
Officials say they will continue with their plan to move a veterans memorial that bears a covered ichthus, or "Jesus fish," from the Boone County Courthouse grounds.
The University of Missouri Alumni Association is responding to requests and forming a Black Alumni Network.
The Jefferson City Fire Department held a demonstration Wednesday showing both the right and wrong ways to deep-fry a turkey.
Briana Gray recently turned in her two weeks notice to her employer. The 25-year-old mother of two has been working for First Student as a bus driver, transporting students at Jefferson City High School and Simonsen Ninth Grade Center in Bus 77. Though working in transportation, she had none of her own.
Small Business Saturday — the local, annual effort to encourage holiday gift-givers to shop at small, independently owned businesses on the Saturday after Thanksgiving — packs a participation of 31 Jefferson City area business this year, up from last year’s 22 participating businesses.
Some University of Missouri students are expressing frustration with the campus chancellor after a Columbia Planned Parenthood clinic stopped performing abortions.
A Russellville man was treated for serious injuries after a one vehicle accident Wednesday morning in Cole County.
The city of Eldon will hold a town hall meeting Dec. 1 for purposes of informing citizens of the proposed tax increase, which will be on the April 2016 ballot.
Extension of tax for capital improvements will be on April ballot
Cole County and Jefferson City officials are getting ready for the next five-year installment of the half-cent capital improvements sales tax, which will be on the ballot for both entities next year.
Harvard Group to seek $800,000 from city, county for shopping center project
A group planning to build a large retail development is asking Cole County and Jefferson City governments for financial help in extending Mission Drive to the project site.
Council to consider sharing enforcement for parking on streets near university
Jefferson City police may soon share enforcement powers of parking regulations with Lincoln University on the streets bordering campus, an idea that stemmed from trying to solve existing parking issues on Chestnut Street.
‘God grabbed us, took us from there’
When the Cargill Cares Food Pantry asked Max Wachter to take over as the volunteer ordering and distribution manager, his wife had already been praying for a way to serve their neighbors with food.
Safer route to school
As of this month, students and residents have a safe route to Pioneer Trail Elementary School with the construction of a sidewalk.
The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned the first-degree murder convictions and the death sentence for one of four men convicted of raping two sisters and throwing them to their death from an abandoned Mississippi River bridge in St. Louis 24 years ago.
A Planned Parenthood clinic in Columbia has stopped performing abortions, leaving only one clinic in the state still offering them.
The Columbia Police Department is planning to cut back its traffic enforcement unit so it can expand a unit for community outreach.
The Jefferson City Police Department is strongly encouraging holiday travelers to buckle up.
Missouri's Department of Economic Development says unemployment dropped to 5 percent in October.
Residents of facilities in Linn, Belle must be out in 10 days
Disabled adults living in two Mid-Missouri group homes will need to move out early next month.