The Jefferson City Police Department (JCPD) participated with other Missouri law enforcement agencies in the statewide Click It or Ticket Enforcement Campaign on Tuesday in an effort to encourage motorists to wear seat belts.
Missouri lawmakers would be able to hire defense attorneys under a measure modified in response to a lawsuit filed by a liberal advocacy group against the Senate and three Republican senators over alleged violations of the state’s open records law.
Authorities say an armed man was fatally shot inside a University of Missouri parking garage.
Lane Roberts, a former Joplin police chief, will become the leader of Missouri's Department of Public Safety.
It’s not often that Monsanto comes to Missouri lawmakers to support legislature-imposed mandates on businesses.
The Jefferson City Police Department is taking a new approach to incidents stemming from mental illness that could result in more treatment and less incarceration.
Call center lost all phone lines Monday morning
Callaway County 911 Joint Communications is still investigating what caused its phone systems to go down Monday morning during a routine generator test.
Schools in three Missouri counties have lost out on traffic fine revenues they should have received under a state law legislators are seeking to enhance in response to the Ferguson protests, according to an auditor’s report released Wednesday.
Attorney General Chris Koster had more than $3 million in cash on hand to spend on his bid for Missouri governor in 2016, campaign records released Wednesday show, more than twice the amount of the lead Republican fundraiser in the race, former state House speaker Catherine Hanaway.
South Callaway schools parents packed the school board meeting Wednesday night for student presentations on academic programs at the schools.
A Jefferson City man was placed on five years supervised probation for pleading guilty to charges in connection with package theft cases in Cole and Callaway counties.
A Jefferson City woman has been charged with stealing more than $10,000 while working as a manager at Lee’s Chicken on Missouri Boulevard.
A Russellville man has been placed on five years supervised probation in connection with a domestic assault case from last August.
The Missouri Senate is sending back to the House a measure supporters say will address problems with the state’s flawed student transfer law.
Missouri has a growing problem that means the Natural Resources department needs more people, state Sen. Mike Kehoe told colleagues Wednesday.
Some Missouri Senate committees are violating the state’s Sunshine Law, the group Progress Missouri said in a lawsuit filed Wednesday in the Cole County circuit court.
Minors convicted of first-degree murder could receive a less-severe punishment than the current requirement of life in prison under legislation advanced Wednesday in the Missouri Senate.
Beginning Thursday at 9 a.m., Missouri American Water Company, along with Stockman Construction will be conducting street repairs on Missouri Boulevard, near the intersection of West Main Street.
Jefferson City’s Cemetery Resources Board took a walk-through of the Old City and Woodland cemeteries Tuesday to prepare and prioritize repair and restoration projects.
Sales tax G for capital improvements expected on 2016 ballot
Jefferson City officials are preparing for the next installment of the half-cent capital improvements sales tax, expected to be placed on the ballot sometime next year.