Law officers still seeking Jefferson City man
Six suspects arrested Wednesday on a federal indictment will appear in court at 10 a.m. today, according to Don Ledford, public affairs spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s office in Kansas City.
Work to switch traffic on the westbound U.S.54/63 bridge over the Missouri River in Jefferson City to the eastbound bridge so the westbound structure can be painted will begin at 7 p.m. today.
A Holts Summit woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for pleading guilty to charges in connection with a drug bust that occurred in October 2013.
The leader of Missouri's House says he doesn't expect there will be an effort to revive a contested measure to protect some businesses opposed to same-sex marriage.
A proposal to require Missouri voters to show photo ID at polling places is stalled in the state Senate.
Two dead, two arrested
The first homicides in Callaway County in nearly two years resulted in the arrest of two people Tuesday night at a Columbia motel, Sheriff Dennis Crane said in a press conference Wednesday afternoon.
The chance to charge through multi-colored plumes of pixie dust was too much for 85 runners and walkers to resist last year — and on Saturday, they get to do it all over again.
State Rep. Mike Kelley wants to make sure people expected to be listed on the sex offender registry know they must register.
Missouri lawmakers on Wednesday passed legislation to tighten the courtroom guidelines for expert testimony, an effort supporters say is aimed at ensuring experts who testify in court are truly experts.
A man and woman from Columbia have been charged in connection with two murders in Callaway County.
Gov. Jay Nixon has signed a higher education budget that will result in a tuition freeze at public universities.
A Missouri religious objections proposal failed on Wednesday to get the approval of a key legislative committee in a setback for conservatives who hoped to add protections for those who cite their faith in denying services such as flowers or cakes for same-sex weddings.
5 California residents charged with shipping K2 to local retail shops
The United States Attorney's office announced Wednesday that six Fulton individuals, along with a Columbia man, a Jefferson City man and five individuals in the Sacramento, California, area, have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a $6.6 million mail fraud conspiracy that distributed synthetic marijuana, also known as K2, at various retail locations in Callaway County.
A Westminster College educator and his students are proposing an expanded bus service in Fulton that would include a daily fixed route.
The more items members of the VFW Post 2657 have to auction on May 7, the merrier the auction will be.