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There is no greater investment in the future than a college education, the president of the University of Missouri System told middle school students in California, Mo., on Thursday.
Michael Ward has been hired as the new police chief of California.
Second-degree statutory rape charges have been filed against a former Stover reserve police officer and California resident. Aaron W. Nelson, 23, was charged Monday after being arrested at his home.
A California man is free after posting bond on two felony charges totaling six counts.
About 60 position to be cut in move
CALIFORNIA, MO. — Cargill announced Thursday it is shutting down its third shift Oct. 12 at its California plant. The cut is expected to affect 61 employees
Work was partially funded by state drought-relief program
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon visited a farm and checked out a new cost-share water well in Moniteau County near Clarksburg on Wednesday.
A California, Mo., man has been arrested and a Russellville man is being sought in connection with the theft of hay in southern Moniteau County.
Officials are investigating a burglary that occurred Wednesday at California High School, resulting in property damage and theft of money and electronics.
California woman accused of taking more than $65,000 from youth sports program
A former treasurer of the California Recreation Association has been charged in connection with the disappearance of more than $65,000 from the organization which sponsors youth sporting activities.
An anonymous tip resulted in the arrest two Mid-Missouri men Monday.
Rural job creators like Burgers’ Smokehouse in Moniteau County are part of the reason Missouri’s unemployment rate is now at its lowest point in three years, Gov. Jay Nixon told employees of the business Friday.
U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Missouri, made two Mid-Missouri stops on Wednesday to speak about topics including job creation and Lake of the Ozarks shoreline management.
A Moniteau County man Tuesday surrendered 24 of his 32 dogs to authorities after online reports about the dogs’ condition went viral on a social network.
A 26-year-old California, Mo., man accused of fatally beating a man April 7 pleaded not guilty Tuesday and was released on $50,000 bond.
A California, Mo., man who will be arraigned on a second-degree murder charge this morning reportedly admitted to authorities that he killed the victim.
CALIFORNIA — The Highway Patrol on Friday released the identity of a California man found beaten to death in an alley early Thursday morning.
The Highway Patrol was investigating the death of an unidentified man whose body was found early Thursday near an alley less than three blocks from the downtown square.
Sixty Latham R-5 students moved into four temporary mobile classrooms Monday, “Starting a New Chapter” according to a bulletin board in the fifth- and sixth-grade classroom of teacher Deann Lawson.
An early morning fire left the Latham R-V School devastated and the community in shock.
CALIFORNIA, Mo. - An early Saturday fire that destroyed Clennin Meats not only leaves many deer hunters without their usual processor, the blaze also could have some effect on the ability of the Jefferson City Salvation Army to feed the people they serve.