The following local events have been canceled or rescheduled because of icy road conditions:
Authorities seek help from Kansas City media to uncover circumstances of woman's death
An autopsy on the woman found dead in Holts Summit on Thursday has been delayed.
Holts Summit Police Department still seeking clues, suspect in homicide investigation
Jessica Murafetis, 44, of Chilhowee, Mo., (rural Johnson County) has been identified as the woman found deceased in Holts Summit earlier today.
Due to a main leak, the Callaway 2 Water District has issued a boil advisory for the following areas:
Sandra Plunkett found guilty of murder in the death of her husband, former Jefferson City police officer Paul Plunkett
After three hours of deliberation, the jury found Sandra Plunkett guilty of murder in the first degree Friday afternoon. They also delivered a guilty verdict on charges of armed criminal action.
Callaway County Court resumes Friday in murder case against Holts Summit woman
Defense called Sandra Plunkett, the 40-year-old Holts Summit woman accused of killing her husband, today in court. She told her side of the story from the day of her husband's death and what led up to it.
Fulton Public Schools has canceled classes for Tuesday, Jan. 7.
With temperatures plummeting Sunday, the city of Fulton has opened its south fire station as an emergency warming center for residents.
Snow-packed roads and anticipated dangerously cold temperatures anticipated Monday morning have prompted school cancellations and other closings.
A water main break Tuesday night has put about a dozen homes in Fulton on a precautionary boil order until 2 a.m. Friday.
The Holt Summit Christmas parade, scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, has been canceled due to the weather.
North Callaway, Fulton basketball games for Friday night postponed
With a wintry mix precipitation in the forecast, including several inches of snow expected by the National Weather Service, South Callaway School District has canceled all sports teams practices for Friday, Dec. 13.
Authorities responded around 4:43 p.m. Thursday to a report that a man may have jumped off the Missouri River bridge in Jefferson City. The investigation continues.
Missouri executed Allen Nicklasson on Wednesday night for killing a good Samaritan who stopped to help him and his friends after their car stalled on I-70 near Kingdom City in 1994.
Gov. Jay Nixon’s proposal to issue state bonds to fund a new $211 million psychiatric facility may be unconstitutional because it avoids a public vote, according to an area legislator.