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MoDOT crews are already out repairing potholes as they appear from this winter's back-and-forth temperatures. [Read More]
The speakers highlighted research and initiatives being developed to address the opioid crisis. [Read More]
Check the weather where you're departing and where you're arriving, because only one of them needs to have bad winter weather for a flight cancellation. [Read More]
Federal court documents filed Monday give details into the past of Coffee Zone's owner. [Read More]
The owner of Central Missouri All Stars says she is... [Read More]
Residents might soon be able to see how much the city is spending by using an online program. [Read More]
Missouri ranks 4th in the US for structurally deficient bridges, spurring the legislature to consider emergency funding for bridge repairs. [Read More]
The sales tax would have a maximum of 0.5 percent and would go towards public safety. [Read More]
The FBI and DEA are both involved in the investigation. [Read More]
The FHLBanks Affordable Housing Program helps banks and financial institutions give out home loans. [Read More]
Currently, 38 states have revenge porn laws, but Missouri is not one of them. [Read More]
The Missouri Tigers had rallied back from a 13-point deficit to force overtime, but were unable to complete the comeback against the Ole Miss Rebels... [Read More]
The Washington Park Ice Arena in Jefferson City is offering... [Read More]
A new bill could prohibit anyone under the age of 18 from using tanning beds. [Read More]
A House representative proposed two bills that would prohibit texting while driving. One has already failed. [Read More]
Governor Greitens visits with veterans in Mexico after results from an internal investigation revealed some shocking statistics about the status of Veterans Homes across the... [Read More]
Tigers looking for season sweep against the Rebels. Tough loss for the Tigers last timeout, snapping their five game loosing streak to LSU. [Read More]
The city manager has six months to present a community policing plan to the city council. [Read More]
House Bill 1936 would lessen the number of gun-free zones in Missouri. [Read More]
The Me Too movement has made its way all over the globe and now the originator is making her way to Columbia. [Read More]