Three men charged in connection with the killing a Jefferson City man in February have been indicted by the Cole County grand jury.
The Cole County Commission signed an agreement Tuesday for design work on a stormwater and street improvement project for an area south of Jefferson City off U.S. 54.
Racial percentages in JC closer to population split
As in Ferguson and other communities, the latest numbers show that black drivers in Jefferson City are more likely to be stopped and subsequently arrested than their white counterparts. But unlike the cases in Ferguson, the percentages of stops more closely reflects the region’s population, local law enforcement officials say.
Zak Wilson wields great influence as youth coach
During much of the year, the place to find Zak Wilson is out on one of the many Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Department fields coaching children in various sports.
The spring-like weather Sunday allowed Mid-Missourians to get back outside to enjoy various activities. Unfortunately, it also led to more criminal activity.
SSM Health intent on finding a buyer for hospital complex
At this time, SSM Health has no plans to tear down the old St. Mary’s Hospital facility.
Attorney General Chris Koster is warning Missourians of two scams involving individuals impersonating employees of the Missouri Attorney General’s office or other law enforcement or state attorneys’ general offices.
Although nothing has been decided, talks continue about future space needs for Cole County government offices. On Wednesday, commissioners and elected officials discussed potential solutions.
Fire ravages area bowling alley, nightspot; patrons lament loss of Osage County landmark
The cause of an early Monday morning fire that destroyed a longtime nightspot in Central Missouri may never be known.
Fire investigators do not believe there was anything suspicious about a fire Sunday night that destroyed a Jefferson City auto business.