Wet summer delayed start of growing season
Pumpkins just don’t like wet weather, and unfortunately that’s what Mid-Missouri had at the start of the pumpkin-growing season.
A Jefferson City man was sentenced to 12 years in prison for pleading guilty to charges in connection with an armed robbery at Subway on East High Street in May.
Firing it up
The emergency generator at the Cole County Courthouse started like it should during a test, Tuesday evening.
Cole County Commissioners learned Tuesday the upgrades to the county’s website should be ready for the public to use by the end of February.
Crime statistics for 2014, released Monday by the FBI, show Jefferson City has seen a drop in nearly all of the violent crime categories tracked by law enforcement.
Show an ‘amazing’ level of respect
Emotional. That was the word that seemed to be used by all those who came Saturday to visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Moving Wall in Jefferson City.
As their boat goes through an overhaul, some members of the crew of the U.S.S. Jefferson City Submarine visited the city for which their vessel is named.
The 1-year-old Jefferson City boy hit by a Jefferson City police vehicle Wednesday was continuing to recover from his injuries.
Mid-Missouri resdient Drew Buersmeyer took the stand Thursday in the trial against Kurt Steidley, who is accused of setting a fire that heavily damaged his business, Everhart’s Sporting Goods.
The executive director of the Missouri Catholic Conference believes the messages being delivered by Pope Francis during his visit to the United States have been very pastoral in their tone.