An alleged repeat DWI offender was pulled over for driving the wrong way on U.S. Highway 54 between Auxvasse and Kingdom City early Thursday morning and arrested to driving while intoxicated, according to a press release from the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.
Upcoming barbecue at William Woods University will help pay off medical bills for the five-year-old.
The Callaway County Health Department is sponsoring events to celebrate National Public Health Week, which starts Monday. All events throughout the week are free and open to the public.
A Jefferson City man is in Callaway County Jail after allegedly robbing a Holts Summit smoke shop.
The New Bloomfield Parent-Teacher Association will host a forum for the four candidates seeking election on the New Bloomfield Board of Education.
Fulton police arrested Jerry R. "J.R." Friend, 31, of Fulton today after he allegedly stole from a homeowner on the 400 block of West 12th Street, according to a press release from the police department.
Nine-month pact allows chapters to evaluate services
The Jefferson City Area YMCA and the YMCA of Callaway County Boards of Directors announced Friday their intent to enter into a nine-month management agreement.
Callaway 2 Manager Tony Cox reacts to the recognition.
Callaway County couples fill out "Newlywed Game" style questionnaire
For Valentine's Day, the Fulton Sun sought out some well-known couple in Callaway County to test how well they know each other. They were not allowed to compare answers until they completed the questionnaire.
School board approves new threads for marching band
When the Fulton High School band marches down Court Street for homecoming in the fall, it will be donning new “sparkly” uniforms with flare.
The Fulton Soup Kitchen provides meals for those in need four nights a week at the John C. Harris Community Center.
Two inmates at the Fulton Reception and Diagnostic Center died within three days of each other — both of natural causes, the Missouri Department of Corrections has reported.
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.
Robert Barnett, 67, of Fulton was sentenced to five years in jail yesterday after pleading guilty to DWI charges from October and July, according to Missouri case.net.
Former Fulton Public Schools staffer who filed suit against district to be on board of education ballot
Fulton voters are likely to recognize the name of one of the candidates on the ballot for the Fulton School Board this April.
Callaway man allegedly tries to run over police officer during arrest at traffic stop
A man Fulton police tried to arrest and shot at as he fled is still at large.
With temperatures plummeting Sunday, the city of Fulton has opened its south fire station as an emergency warming center for residents.
Fulton Police have arrested two men, charging them with stealing from Incentive Resale, 1201 S. Business Highway 54 in Fulton.
Fulton Police are still investigating the cause of the argument, Detective Dal Hedges said.
The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Fulton man on Monday following a U.S. Grand Jury indictment.
Fulton Police arrested a Columbia man on drug and traffic charges Wednesday after he allegedly would not pull over for a traffic stop at about 10:21 p.m.
Fulton Police arrested three people accused of vandalism early Friday morning, according to a press release from the police department.
Two Fulton residents had minor and moderate injuries after the car they were in overturned and burst into flames when the driver swerved to miss a deer, according to the Missouri Highway Patrol.
The Fulton Sun will be publishing a roundup of upcoming Halloween-related activities and fall festivals in the Sunday, Oct. 27, edition.
Even though the Old West has faded into the past, the Crossroads Cowboy Church is giving people a taste of what it might have been like on Saturday, Oct. 26.
Report shows 225 ‘lower-level’ and 7 ‘higher-level’ violations for local reactor, engineer says public safety never compromised
Officials from the Callaway Energy Center assured the public has never been in danger after a report revealed 225 “lower-level violations” and seven “higher-level” violations occurred at the local nuclear power plant from 2000 to 2012.