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10 hrs ago | KSDK-TV Saint Louis
Missouri senators have passed legislation offering up to $1.7 billion of incentives over two decades for Boeing to assemble a commercial airplane in St. Louis.
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13 hrs ago | KRCG-TV Jefferson City
Forecasted freezing temperatures have forced administrators at Columbia's Harbor House and Jefferson City's Center for Hope to provide extra cots and beds for dozens of homeless individuals and families.
The Cole County Commission is dedicating $15,000 to study how county bridges can be maintained at the safest and most cost-effective way possible.
The Randolph County Coroner has ruled out foul play and is waiting on lab results for an official cause of death.
Residents and property owners in Platte City will soon have an opportunity to voice their concerns regarding a proposed administrative search warrant.
Manufacturers and agricultural producers near the Mississippi and Illinois rivers might soon gain access to new markets and lower shipping costs.
Committees of the Missouri House and Senate have scheduled hearings on incentives aimed at helping persuade Boeing Co.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports eight people died during this year's Thanksgiving holiday counting period - from 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013, through 11:59 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013.
The Missouri State Penitentiary located in Jefferson City, Missouri opened in 1836.
With the intent of contributing to the revitalization efforts of the Old Munichberg area, Jefferson City has signed a contract to demolish all existing structures in the 600 block of Mulberry Street, according to Jayme Abbott, neighborhood service coordinator.
A newly opened railroad bridge east of Missouri's capital city is clearing the last major bottleneck for trains traveling between St. Louis and Jefferson City.
Nikki Payne, who owns The Snob Shop Exchange, said her store had processed more than 100 checkouts before 1:00 Saturday afternoon, far more than they normally would on a Saturday.
A cheering crowd of children of all ages greeted the North Pole's No. 1 citizen Saturday as Santa Claus came to town.
Downtown Jefferson City will continue to accept donations for the lights on its website, downtownjeffersoncity.com, and at Living Windows on Dec. 6. "It's costing us $15,000 to do this, so we are taking donations to help with the cost," said Stephanie Bell, president of Downtown Jefferson City.