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Lake Ozark teen injured in Miller County crash
Elizabeth Worthey, 18, had minor injuries, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. She was taken by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital for treatment.
JC man charged with assault, possession of meth
Jefferson City Police Department officers responded to the residence of Robert E. Schraer, 32, at about 10:30 p.m. Monday after receiving a call from neighbors, according to a JCPD probable cause statement.
Eugene woman charged with stealing
In one case, a woman left her purse in her vehicle. Morris pulled up behind the vehicle, got inside and took the purse and other items. The purse contained hundreds of dollars in cash, numerous credit/debit cards and other identification cards.
Public asked for help finding missing Cole County man
Authorities said no foul play is suspected in the disappearance of Scott Lewis, a 38-year-old white male. He was last seen by his family on Wednesday, June 13, around 9 p.m. His vehicle was located abandoned in the 7400 block of Route B, southwest of Wardsville.
Chief: House Fire Extinguished Itself, Saving The Home
GRAVOIS MILLS, Mo. — When firefighters arrived at 15310 Highway P on Thursday, June 14, they found smoke, but no fire.
More than $1,000 raised for memorial fund
Elizabeth is remembered as an energetic, caring individual who brought joy to many people in her life. Her loved ones celebrated her life with music, fun and a little karaoke.
Missouri Democrats sue over lieutenant governor appointment
Mike Kehoe recites the oath after being announced as the next lieutenant governor during a news conference in the governor's office at the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City, Mo., Monday, June 18, 2018.... more
Area teen hurt in Monday wreck
Christopher Gates, 16, of Jefferson City, failed to yield to Carli Buschjost, 18, of Jefferson City, and the two collided.
State issues permit to hog operation in Cooper County
The state issued the permit for Tipton East, a 7,404-hog operation slated to be built on Renshaw Drive near the Moniteau County line. The farm, owned by Pipestone System from Minnesota, would come with two barns to house the pigs and one barn to compost animals that die.
Woman arrested after meth found during traffic stop
Ashley Braswell, 29, was arrested for felony possession of a controlled substance and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.
JC man charged in drug case
Maurice Rollins, 31, is charged with delivery of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm and resisting arrest.
Collapsing retaining wall in Jefferson City prompts road closures
The Jefferson City Operations Director for Public Works, Britt Smith, said they have been evaluating the leaning retaining wall for a number of months.
Sunrise Beach Sinks Business Owner's Plans To Move Boat Sales To Downtown
SUNRISE BEACH, Mo. — A long-term city plan stands in the way of a near-term plan by a local business owner to expand his operations. Last week, the Sunrise Beach Board of Trustees unanimously voted no to a request by Jason Todd, owner of Heartland Marine, to rezone his Sunrise Beach property from Co
All but eight Northeast Missouri schools pass bus inspection
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Most Northeast Missouri school buses have passed state inspection, a report released June 11 by the Missouri State Highway Patrol shows.
Missouri Lottery News: $2.9 Million Lotto Ticket Sold in Liberty, Missouri | STL.News
JEFFERSON CITY, MO– Someone who bought a Missouri Lotto ticket in Liberty has won $2.9 million. The winning ticket – sold atDirt Cheap Smokes & Liquor, 1177 W. Kansas St., in Liberty – matched all six numbers drawn Saturday night to win the jackpot prize. The winning number combination was: 4, 11,
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson appoints state Senate Majority Floor Leader Mike Kehoe to be lieutenant governor
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Laurence Fox contemplated suicide during custody battle
The 40-year-old actor and the former 'Doctor Who' star were granted a quickie divorce in December 2016, but it was only last month the former couple ended an intense two-year legal battle for their two children - Winston, nine, and Eugene, six - which left Laurence with insomnia and panic attacks at
Perspective: A history of the
We'll start with the first U.S.S. Missouri, a paddle-wheel frigate built in 1841 at a cost of $570,000. In 1843, she was a part of the Mediterranean Squadron and, while in Gibraltar, caught fire and exploded.
Resale store gives $25,000 to local high school
Calvary's Gift resale store last week gave $25,000 to Calvary Lutheran High School, which brought the total amount of money given by the store to the school for tuition assistance to $1 million.
Jefferson City restaurant inspections from May 2018
Priority violations are items, if in non-compliance, that are more likely to contribute to food contamination, illness or an environmental health hazard. Some examples of priority items include improper holding temperatures of foods, inadequate cooking of food items, poor personal hygiene and contam