A Jefferson City man was charged with stealing a vehicle early Monday morning.
Law enforcement: Not related to incident in Holts Summit Jan. 10
Officials say a pair of explosive devices found in a roadway near Millersburg Sunday do not appear to be connected to a bomb found in a mailbox in Holts Summit on Jan. 10.
Two people were treated for minor injuries after a four-vehicle crash in Jefferson City on Tuesday morning.
Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce officials announced today that Special Olympics Missouri (SOMO) will be bringing facilities to a donated site near U.S. 54 and Missouri 179.
An informational meeting will be held Thursday on a proposed conversion of the old Rock Island railroad bed across central Missouri into a biking and hiking trail.
Community members, mayoral candidates and faith leaders met at St. Mary’s Hospital on Monday to celebrate and honor the life and works of Martin Luther King Jr.
The Board of Aldermen voted last week to put a measure on the spring ballot which would allow aldermen who refile for their seat and run unopposed to be elected to serve a longer term on the board.
Ameren Missouri is currently in a tree-trimming maintenance cycle in Jefferson City.
It’s confirmed: Missouri’s 2014 bumper soybean crop broke two yield records. But area farmers aren’t laughing all the way to the bank.
A drama based on World War II events titled “The Hiding Place” is the January presentation for Stained Glass Theatre in Jefferson City.
Missouri Department of Transportation officials have begun putting out weekly updates on the Lafayette Street interchange project at modot.org/central/major_projects/LafayetteInterchange.htm.
The Capital City Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) received a national certification that recognizes the quality of their work with neglected and abused children.
Missouri Valley Physicians (MVP) has merged with Jefferson City Medical Group to become Missouri Valley Physicians of JCMG.
JCMG Podiatry is holding its annual sock and shoe drive.
World War II veteran awarded French medal, donates German medal
Prior to Dec. 7, 1941, World War II had not fully awakened America since the unexpected devastation from the bombing of Pearl Harbor was yet to occur, thus thrusting the nation into a major mobilization of her resources.
Marcia Ramatowski continues her mother’s ABLE legacy
Retirement has not stopped Marcia Ramatowski from spending most of her days teaching and tutoring in Jefferson City.
Monday’s observance of the national Martin Luther King Jr. holiday means most national, state, county and local government offices will be closed, except for emergency services and law enforcement.
Elementary school among poorest, overcrowded in district
From the first evening Lisa Sanning visited Jefferson City's East Elementary School last August, she knew her daughter’s fifth-grade class was too crowded.
Missouri Transportation officials last week rolled out their new, “325 System” plan for maintaining Missouri’s nearly 34,000 miles of roads and 10,400 bridges in the coming years.
Tournament generates hotel stays, economic benefit for Jefferson City
Hundreds of children ages 6 to 8 spent the weekend in Jefferson City for the 2015 Winter Blast Mite Hockey Jamboree.