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Easter Seals Midwest is sponsoring Milk and Cookies with Santa for autism spectrum children and families from 5-6:30 p.m. Dec. 12 in Jefferson City at Cole County Special Services Respite Building, 601 E. High St.
The University of Missouri has a new chancellor for its flagship campus. University system President Tim Wolfe plans to announce the new hire at a Thursday morning news conference in Columbia.
A strong cold front is moving southeastward through Mid-Missouri which will produce snow and some sleet on Thursday and Friday with much colder temperatures.
Missouri senators have passed legislation offering up to $1.7 billion of incentives over two decades for Boeing to assemble a commercial airplane in St. Louis.
Crane stuck in ditch south of Route T
MoDOT crews cleaned up a non-injury accident from around 12:20 p.m. Wednesday involving a tractor-trailer that was hauling a crane on Missouri 179, south of Route T in Cole County.
Jefferson City may be seeking a new consultant to assist in the negotiation phase of the conference center discussions. The City Council has paid a consultant over $44,000 for the last phase of discussions.
Missouri lawmakers aren’t the only ones considering concessions to help the Boeing Co. build its next-generation commercial jet in the St. Louis area. Three labor groups have committed to a 24-hour work schedule — without overtime — during construction of the project.
Missouri senators hoping to land production of a new Boeing airplane are set to begin debate today on a package of incentives valued at up to $1.7 billion over two decades.
The number of people on food stamp rolls in Missouri has dropped since the state switched to a centralized processing system and slashed most in-person help for people seeking public assistance.
Sen. Roy Blunt and U.S. Rep. Jason Smith raised concerns Tuesday that controlled burns in the Mark Twain National Forest are destroying trees that could be used for Missouri’s timber industry.
A Jefferson City man is facing out-of-state child porn charges.
Bad weather in the forecast for Thursday has postponed the demolition of the first portion of the old Hurricane Deck Bridge until 9:30 a.m. on Friday. The first bridge blast was originally scheduled to take place at 11 a.m. on Thursday.
Commission reviews Edgewood traffic study
The Cole County Commission has approved having the Public Works Department develop a maintenance program for bridges throughout the county.
Several Mid-Missouri lawmakers think the General Assembly should discuss Gov. Jay Nixon’s proposed $150 million economic incentives package for aerospace projects in the state, as bait to attract the Boeing Co. to build its 777X commercial jet in the St. Louis area.
The Missouri Constitution requires the special legislative session that began Monday to last at least five days.
A coalition of medical organizations and health care advocates has sued Missouri over its requirement that only state-licensed counselors can serve as navigators in a program aimed at helping consumers sign up for coverage under the new online health insurance marketplace.
Incentives sought to bring Boeing’s new airliner production line to Mo.
Missouri lawmakers were seeking additional information as they started work Monday on an incentives package aimed at winning production of Boeing’s new 777X commercial airplane.
American Red Cross Heart of Missouri Chapter volunteers are assisting a two-member Freeburg family whose home was damaged by fire.
The Jefferson City Public Schools Foundation is once again offering Major Saver cards for sale through the school district’s elementary and middle schools. Last year the campaign raised $39,000 for students.