A drug that treats heroin overdoses could become easier to acquire in Missouri under legislation in the House.
Legislation requiring a private company to scrutinize Missouri's welfare rolls has won initial approval in the House.
Fire crews from various Osage County fire protection districts spent part of Tuesday morning dealing with a fire on a Union Pacific coal train.
A Cole County jury has found a repeat DWI offender guilty of DWI and assault on a law enforcement officer.
Effort to field football team gets assist from other boosters
Football at Russellville schools is a step closer with a recent school board commitment.
Attendance is on the rise at Jefferson City Public Schools with percentages in the mid-90s.
For Lake of the Ozarks property owners and law officers, it’s a growing problem — people getting on boat docks that aren’t theirs.
Missouri Right to Life will host its first “Pro-Life Action Day” today at the State Capitol to persuade legislators to pass legislation limiting abortions.
Republican senator takes lead with fifth bill to repeal capital punishment
The death penalty no longer serves as a deterrent for citizens and is plagued by systematic racism, critics argued during a Senate hearing Monday on a bill to repeal capital punishment. But defenders of the death penalty countered that it’s the most effective and accurate form of justice for those who intentionally murder.
A Jefferson City man is charged with first-degree rape and first-degree domestic assault for a Friday incident.
A Jefferson City man has been charged in connection with a Cole County burglary.
Missouri's secretary of state says an investment banker will pay $850,000 as the last settlement involving lawsuits over bonding for a failed Mamtek sweetener factory.
A Missouri lawmaker is pushing for a program that would track prescription drugs and let doctors and pharmacists know when similar prescriptions for potentially addictive drugs have been filled.
A documentary has begun showing about a man whose conviction in a Columbia sports editor's death was overturned after he served nearly a decade behind bars.
Archivist Mark Schleer keeps stories of LU’s past alive
Printed pictures taped to Mark Schleer’s bookcases have curled edges for the repeated times he has pulled down the images to tell their stories.
LU team waits to learn if weekend victory will take them to national Campus All-Star Challenge
Lincoln University has yet another success to add to its belt since its academic team won its round-robin regional tournament at Hampton University, Virginia, this weekend.
The sixth annual Spring Gardening Seminar is set for 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 27 at Carver Farm in Jefferson City.
Missouri state Rep. Genise Montecillo said nothing publicly for more than six months about the June day she tried to kill herself.
City outlines priorities for legislative session
Jefferson City Administrator Steve Crowell said officials met with the city’s lobbyist, former Mayor Tom Rackers, at the end of January to go over the legislative priorities of the city.
While there's consensus in some other Republican-dominated states to ramp-up laws to keep firearms out of the hands of domestic abusers, a Missouri proposal to do that appears to have little chance in the GOP Legislature.