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Jefferson City to modify Veteran's Plaza display cases

Published Jun. 16 2019

While a Jefferson City committee looks toward modifying the display cases at the Veteran's Plaza, another local veterans group is...

Firley YMCA hopes for summer reopening after storm repairs

Published Jun. 16 2019

The Jefferson City Area YMCA hopes to reopen the Firley Y on Ellis Boulevard this summer.

Businesses hit by tornado picking up pieces

Published Jun. 16 2019

Some Jefferson City businesses shuttered in the May 22 tornado's immediate aftermath have already reopened to customers, while others continue...

Gov. Mike Parson looks back on first year as Missouri governor

Published Jun. 16 2019

Gov. Mike Parson told the News Tribune last week it sometimes is hard to believe he's been governor now for...

Customers raise Callabyte questions

Published Jun. 16 2019

Some Callaway Electric Cooperative members have questions about how Callabyte is funded — and how the venture is affecting their...

Police: Arkansas woman arrested in ex-lawmaker’s death

Published Jun. 15 2019

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Authorities on Friday night said they’ve arrested an Arkansas woman in connection with the killing...

20 years after Columbine, a debate on bulldozing the school

Published Jun. 15 2019

DENVER (AP) — Two decades after the name “Columbine” became synonymous with a school shooting, the suburban Denver community surrounding...

Local governments seek negotiating power in opioid lawsuit

Published Jun. 15 2019

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Lawyers suing over the toll of opioids asked a judge Friday to allow a structure for...

Trump says he’d ‘of course’ tell FBI if he gets foreign dirt

Published Jun. 15 2019

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump shifted gears Friday on election interference, saying “of course” he would go to the...

Kansas Supreme Court strikes down cap in injury cases

Published Jun. 15 2019

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday ruled the state’s cap on damages for noneconomic injuries in...

Trump blames Iran for tanker attacks but calls for talks

Published Jun. 15 2019

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Friday blamed Iran for attacks on oil tankers near the strategic Strait of...

Mexico migration chief offers resignation to president

Published Jun. 15 2019

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s immigration chief presented his resignation to the president Friday as the country embarks on a...

Man sentenced to 21 years for death of girlfriend’s son

Published Jun. 15 2019

KANSAS CITY (AP) — A Kansas City man has been sentenced to 21 years in prison in the beating death...

Man who visited schools to ‘bless them’ gets probation

Published Jun. 15 2019

COLUMBIA (AP) — A man who told officers he was visiting Columbia schools to “bless them” has pleaded guilty to...

Russellville man gets probation for child molestation charge

Published Jun. 15 2019

A Russellville man has been placed on five years of supervised probation for pleading guilty to molesting an 11-year-old girl...

Calls mount for compromise over unpopular Hong Kong bill

Published Jun. 15 2019

HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam faced calls from both outside and within her government Friday...

No damage assessment yet for Katy Trail

Published Jun. 15 2019

A guided hike on the Katy Trail this morning was still scheduled as of Friday, but that's because it's away...

Warning siren installed in Eugene

Published Jun. 15 2019

An outdoor warning siren to serve the Eugene area was installed Friday.The Cole County Commission accepted a $30,000 grant from...

Judge dismisses second abortion referendum lawsuit

Published Jun. 15 2019

Cole County Circuit Judge Dan Green on Friday dismissed the second lawsuit challenging Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft's decision...

Cole County History: Lohman’s Landing — a historic treasure we almost lost

Published Jun. 15 2019

“Not one responsible historian will say this is a legitimate historical site” — a statement made in 1969 by Sen.

Runge Nature Center to host Bio Blitz next weekend

Published Jun. 15 2019

The Missouri Department of Conservation invites nature lovers, photographers and amateur and professional biologists of all ages to the first...

Tornado response turning long-term

Published Jun. 15 2019

Recovery after the EF-3 tornado that hit Jefferson City nearly a month ago is at least in some ways pivoting...

Scene One Theatre camp offers Christian message for children

Published Jun. 15 2019

Stained Glass Theatre in Jefferson City hosts a weeklong theater camp — Creative Arts Ministry Program — during the summer...