As a member of what he called "the people's house" for more than a generation, Texas Democrat Jim Wright was known for his rich oratorical skills in the U.S. House. He never relied on them more than the day in 1989 when he told those who had elected him speaker that he was prepared to resign after being accused of violating ethics rules dozens of times.
New Auditor Nicole Galloway announced the appointment of two stop staffers to her new administration.
Here are descriptions of bills that Mid-Missouri senators have filed and the status of the legislation.
Here are descriptions of bills that Mid-Missouri representatives have filed and the status of the legislation.
An executive at the Missouri Cattlemen's Association says Republican state Sen. Mike Parson is running for governor in 2016.
In a field of six mayoral candidates, it was unlikely the next Jefferson City mayor would gain a large majority of voter support.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence is the keynote speaker Saturday at the annual Camden County Lincoln Days Dinner at Lodge of Four Seasons in Lake Ozark.
Mayoral race drew voters to polls
While voters interviewed by the News Tribune at the polls expressed support for various mayoral candidates, many said they wanted change on the school board, and they did not vote for the only incumbent.
For his first election as Cole County clerk, Steve Korsmeyer said things couldn’t have gone smoother.
Disappointed. That’s the word Callaway County Western District Commissioner Doc Kritzer used to describe his feelings of the use tax measure failure.
$2 million bond issue to fund facility repairs
New Bloomfield voters have approved a $2 million no-tax increase bond issue for the city’s school district, with more than 81 percent voting in favor.
Some results from around Mid-Missouri
Here's a roundup of results from area school districts in the News Tribune's coverage area that cross county lines.
It comes as no surprise that four incumbents of the Jefferson City Council and one newcomer won council seats Tuesday — all five spots were uncontested.
Voters on Tuesday gave their support to the two candidates who made it clear they are interested in pursuing changes within the Jefferson City Public School system.
Becomes second female mayor in city’s history
Carrie Tergin will be the next mayor of Jefferson City. Tergin won Tuesday’s election with roughly 41 percent of the vote in Jefferson City. Tergin was one of six candidates seeking the office, winning with 2,872 ballots cast for her.