Mid-Missouri News
Local prosecutor arrested for Addison’s crash

The man who crashed his truck into Columbia’s Addison’s restaurant over the weekend probably should have known better…he’s a local prosecuting attorney. (more…)

Jefferson City Council approves budget

Some unfilled Jefferson City government jobs will stay open. (more…)

Open burning opens early in Jefferson City

You’ll get a ‘jump start’ on firing up the burn barrel this fall. Jefferson City interim Fire Chief Jason Turner says the burning season will start two weeks earlier. (more…)

State allows temporary change in grain hauling

(AP) – The state of Missouri is allowing temporary changes in grain hauling regulations to help farmers get their crops to market. (more…)

Right to Farm outcome challenged in court

(Missourinet) – Opponents of the Right to Farm amendment passed by voters in August hope the courts agree the legislature misled voters. (more…)

School violence claims in Jefferson City district

Parents of Jefferson City school kids are calling for new leadership in the district. (more…)

Local psychologist warns about Ebola overload

A Dallas health worker came down with Ebola over the weekend, the newest case in the U.S. A local psychologist is saying don’t let the kids get too worked up over the constant coverage. (more…)

Federal fugitive arrested in Camdenton

The feds make a drug arrest by the lake. (more…)

More indictments announced in K2 ring

Three more Mid-Missourians are among those busted by the feds for dealing synthetic weed. (more…)

Food Bank names future director

With the retirement of Executive Director Peggy Kirkpatrick, there are big shoes to fill at the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri. (more…)