Mid-Missouri News
Tours open again for Missouri State Penitentiary

You’ll see the tours buses back in front of the old Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City.  (more…)

Better Business Bureau has tips for lawn care companies

Now that spring is here, it’s time for many to think about lawn care or big landscaping projects outside their home. (more…)

Jefferson City Schools searching for new way forward

Are you one of those folks who shot down the Jefferson City School Bond Issue last year? Almost 70-percent of voters said ‘no’ to financing a new “mega–high school.” (more…)

New Flight Options

American Airlines is adding an early morning flight out of Columbia to Chicago.  (more…)

State likely falls short on Obamacare enrollment

The deadline for signing up for Obamacare has come and gone, and it appears Missouri has missed its target.  (more…)

Right to Work Legislation

AP) – About a thousand Missouri union members rallied at the state Capitol to combat legislation that would prohibit labor contracts from requiring that all employees pay union fees.  (more…)

Medicaid Expansion Tug of War Continues

Just in case Governor Nixon forgot during the legislative spring break, a friendly reminder from several Republicans on a key issue. (more…)

Weekend Car Chase Ends In Arrest

Highway Patrol troopers and the Pulaski County sheriff's deputies had to tase a southwest Missouri man early Sunday after a car chase.   (more…)

Shooting In Columbia

Another night and another round of drive by shootings in Columbia. (more…)

Ferguson Suing For $100 Million

In court documents filed in Boone County yesterday Feguson is seeking 100-million-dollars.  (more…)