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Do gun control laws need to be more or less strict than they are now?
The Jefferson City Council Monday night handed down a one-week deadline to one of the prospective conference center developers to provide them with more financial information.
Gov. Jay Nixon announced Monday a proposal to issue state bonds to fund a new $211 million psychiatric facility.
JEFFERSON CITY, MO - The Missouri Supreme Court has set an execution date for a man convicted of killing a jewelry store owner more than two decades ago.
The Cole County grand jury met this week and found there was enough evidence in several cases to move them on to the circuit courts for possible trial.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Dec. 4 -- Gov. Jay Nixon, D-Mo., issued the following news release: Gov. Jay Nixon today announced his appointment of Christine A. Bertelson, of Webster Groves, to serve on the 21st Circuit Judicial Commission.
So while downtown foot traffic is low, Jimmy Johns on High Street in Jefferson City says deliveries have doubled or tripled.
Rep. Anne Zerr, R-St. Charles, speaks on behalf of a bill she sponsored in the House authorizing up to $1.7 billion of incentives to Boeing on Friday in Jefferson City, Mo.
A clerical error has delayed a final vote on Missouri legislation offering incentives for Boeing to locate an airplane assembly plant in St. Louis.
In his second attempt at an appeal, a Jefferson City man hopes to convert a pair of death sentences into life in prison.
The Show-Me Brass Band and Helias High School Choir entertained the crowd while Parks & Recreation employees handed out cookies, popcorn and hot chocolate ahead of the lighting ceremony.
Two former Missouri football players are suing the NCAA in federal court over head injuries they suffered decades ago, joining a cascade of recent lawsuits against college sports' governing body related to traumatic brain injuries.
Cold, northwest winds will persist throughout the day, eventually switching to the north Thursday night.
<![CDATA[JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- State agriculture officials say about 1,450 pounds of possibly contaminated beef and pork products have been returned to a southwest Missouri processor. Cloud's Meats Inc. of Carthage voluntarily recalled the meat after routine testing detected E. coli in samples last month. Records indicate that the products were not distributed for retail sale. Missouri's Agriculture Department says the recalled products are marked with the code "318" and labeled with Clouds Meats Inc. or Cloud's Smoked Meats. Recalled items include 1,052 pounds of ground beef, 158 pounds of pork sausage, 152 pounds of ground pork, and 96 pounds of Tenderized Minute Steak and Tenderized Round Steak.