Mid-Missouri News
Four Businesses Damaged in Fire

Four businesses were damaged and a Lake area road was closed yesterday afternoon in a fire. (more…)

Missouri education group fights Amendment 3

(Missourinet) A proposal on the November ballot has Missouri’s public school systems nervous even though backers of it have abandoned their campaign. (more…)

Protesters arrested, officers shot near Ferguson

(AP) – Authorities say an off-duty St. Louis city police officer has been injured after shots were fired at his personal vehicle on Interstate 70, near the intersection with I-170. (more…)

Auto industry may face record recalls

More lemons may roll off the lot this year than ever before. (more…)

Jefferson City Police waiting to decide on body cams

Smile, you may be on Candid Cop. Columbia police have started using body cameras, but Jefferson City is taking a wait and see approach. (more…)

Fill ‘er up on the cheap

It’s cheaper to fill up now than it was a year ago, and by a big margin. (more…)

Accused Eldon armed robber arrested

A robbery suspect leads Eldon police on a high speed chase early Sunday morning, but he didn’t get away. (more…)

Dead body found at Lake of the Ozarks

We now know the name of the dead man found floating in the Lake of the Ozarks. (more…)

Mandatory civics test to graduate high school?

(Missourinet) A bipartisan group has launched an effort to make sure Missouri’s high school graduates know as much about their country and its system of government as immigrants know when they become citizens. (more…)

Missouri unemployment rate drops slightly

(AP) – A new report shows Missouri’s unemployment rate dipped slightly last month while the state lost 3,100 non-farm jobs. (more…)