A Christmas Wish, part 2: Defying the odds
In 2001, readers of the News Tribune were introduced to Emily Kramer, better known as Baby Emily. She was born with a rare condition known as DiGeorge Syndrome.
Whether helping a child with cerebral palsy learn to walk or giving a child who is deaf the gift of sign language, the Special Learning Center (SLC) is here to help expand the abilities of every child.
In her second year as Capitol Projects’ director, Tami Bock knows the value of her workforce
For 28 years, Tami Bock has had an extended family that’s included hundreds of people.
Local law enforcement agencies spent nearly $16,000 in extra costs to provide security for last week’s “Journey for Justice: Ferguson to Jefferson City” march.
Destruction before construction
Work has begun on the Lafayette Street interchange with the U.S. 50/63 Expressway in Jefferson City.
Saturday will mark the fifth anniversary of the Wreaths for Heroes program in Jefferson City, and the organizer believes it’s served two purposes.
A proposal to change the name of a Jefferson City street is drawing strong opposition and some in the black community see it as an attempt to “obliterate our history.”
For 37 years, Joe Schulte has been coming to his job with the Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Department and has not used a single day of sick leave.
The definition of success in economic development was discussed Thursday at a meeting of local elected and business leaders at the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce.
'We’ve received far more support than we’ve seen negativity'
More than halfway through their journey to the Capital City, marchers on a 120-mile journey from Ferguson were met with opposition Wednesday as they journeyed through Mid-Missouri.