Mid-Missouri News
Lake boaters recovering from high-speed crash

Two boaters are now recovering from serious injuries after an accident during a high-speed race at the Lake of the Ozarks. (more…)

Abandoned homes getting attention in JC

You don’t have to drive far in Jefferson City to see abandoned and neglected houses.  (more…)

Hearings continue on large wind power project

You’ve got a chance to speak up about a proposed overhead transmission wind power pipeline that could travel through the area. (more…)

Bus Service in question in Jefferson City

Now that a MODOT tax has failed at the polls, questions remain about bus service in Jefferson City. (more…)

Student tests scores down in Missouri

(AP) – Student scores on standardized tests are down in most subjects in Missouri. (more…)

Riots and looting in the streets of St. Louis

(AP) – Some incidents of looting and vandalism have been reported after a vigil held for an unarmed black man shot and killed by a suburban St. Louis police officer. (more…)

Voter turnout at 25 percent in Missouri primary

(AP) – Nearly 25 percent of Missouri’s registered voters cast ballots in Tuesday’s primary elections. (more…)

Missouri universities receive $20 million grant

(AP) – Several Missouri universities will share a $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation for a five-year study on the potential impact of climate variations on agriculture, ecology and social issues. (more…)

Cole County voters consider zoning issue

Should Cole County adopt zoning? It’s a simple question on Tuesday’s ballot, and to opponents like Vic Rackers, it’s simple to explain. (more…)

Jefferson City man caught with lots of meth

A Jefferson City man allegedly intending to distribute meth faces a federal indictment. (more…)