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Gun violence ignites advocacy at state Capitol

Published Feb. 21 2018

In spite of cold, heavy rain, hundreds showed up at the state Capitol on Tuesday from an organization dedicated to...

Faith Voices sets its moral agenda for General Assembly

Published Feb. 21 2018

Missouri Faith Voices declared its "moral agenda" to legislators in the Capitol Rotunda early Tuesday afternoon.

International ag conference comes to Columbia

Published Feb. 21 2018

Typically hosted in New Zealand, the World Wide Agriculture Conference will come to Columbia in July.

Review launched into state harassment policies

Published Feb. 21 2018

Citing the increasing costs of discrimination cases against state government agencies, Attorney General Josh Hawley said Tuesday his office will...

State museum honors Black History Month

Published Feb. 21 2018

In commemoration of Black History Month, the Missouri State Museum will offer a series of free public events that help...

Mid-Mo hunters donate nearly 10 tons of venison

Published Feb. 21 2018

Hunters throughout Central Missouri donated 19,247 pounds of venison to Share the Harvest during the 2017-18 deer season, said Walter...

School and weather-related announcements for Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018

Published Feb. 21 2018

The following are Mid-Missouri school and weather-related announcements for Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018.

Fulton man sentenced to federal prison for child porn

Published Feb. 20 2018

A Fulton man was sentenced in federal court Tuesday for receiving and distributing child pornography after his lost cell phone,...

Winter Weather Advisory issued for Mid-Missouri

Published Feb. 20 2018

The National Weather Service in St. Louis has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Mid-Missouri from 6 p.m. Tuesday through...

School and weather-related announcements for Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018

Published Feb. 20 2018

The following are Mid-Missouri school and weather-related announcements for Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018.

Council approves new Missouri Soybean Association building

Published Feb. 20 2018

The Jefferson City Council approved a new commercial office building Monday night for the Missouri Soybean Association.

3 new candidates run for 2 Fatima school board seats

Published Feb. 20 2018

Three candidates are on the ballot for two open seats on the Osage R-3 (Fatima) School Board during the April...

Moniteau County vehicle stop leads to drug arrest

Published Feb. 20 2018

A vehicle stop led to a drug arrest last week in Moniteau County.The County Sheriff's department reported the incident occurred...

Jefferson City native featured on 'Antiques Road Show'

Published Feb. 20 2018

A Jefferson City native was featured on an episode of "Antiques Road Show" that aired Monday on PBS, looking for...

2 LU presidential candidates to be introduced this week

Published Feb. 20 2018

The two finalists for Lincoln University's vacant presidency will have a chance to answer questions this week about themselves, their...

Missouri nest has 1,412 new Eagles

Published Feb. 20 2018

As an Eagle Scout, Missouri Supreme Court Justice Paul C. Wilson on Monday told hundreds of young men who recently...

Holts Summit man faces new felony charge

Published Feb. 20 2018

A disturbance Sunday involving a weapon led to the arrest of a Holts Summit man, Callaway County Sheriff Clay Chism...

Fulton man charged with drug possession

Published Feb. 20 2018

A Fulton man was arrested on felony drug charges Sunday, Callaway County Sheriff Clay Chism said.

Parole violator arrested following traffic stop

Published Feb. 20 2018

A Fulton parole violator was arrested Sunday after a traffic stop, said Lt. Curtis Hall, of the Callaway County Sheriff's...

Auxvasse man charged with felonies

Published Feb. 20 2018

An Auxvasse man was charged Saturday with two felonies, Callaway County Sheriff Clay Chism said.

Performer returns to Fulton to speak about George Washington Carver

Published Feb. 20 2018

George Washington Carver was a soft-spoken man with a high-pitched voice, but when he spoke, it was with intensity.

Area scouts to collect food for SERVE

Published Feb. 20 2018

Area Boy and Cub Scouts are prepared to help feed the hungry through their annual food drive.

National Churchill Museum has the 'touch'

Published Feb. 20 2018

Visitors to the National Churchill Museum can now enjoy an exciting new interactive permanent exhibit as a part of the...