200 come to Jefferson City for Judo, Jujitsu competition

200 come to Jefferson City for Judo, Jujitsu competition

Jefferson City became a temporary home for more than 200 competitors from 10 states Saturday afternoon. The Jefferson City Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department, in partnership with the Jefferson City...
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Lady Jays, Lady Cavaliers compete at Girls Night Out

SPRINGFIELD — The Capital City Lady Cavaliers won two events while the Jefferson City Lady Jays posted three runner-up results Thursday in the Glendale Girls Night Out meet. Capital City's...
Bird scooters looking to 'nest' in Jefferson City

Bird scooters looking to ‘nest’ in Jefferson City

Jefferson City residents may see a new scooter-sharing company after the City Council elected to open the market. City staff is in conversations with the scooter-sharing company Bird, which is...
Jefferson City police arrest stabbing suspect

Jefferson City police arrest stabbing suspect

andy humphrey 5 hours ago Mid-Missouri News A Jefferson City man is in jail after a road rage incident that led to a stabbing. Police say they found a 24-year old man...
2 Jefferson City Council members keep their seats in re-election

2 Jefferson City Council members keep their seats in re-election

JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KMIZ) The economy and public safety are two of the issues candidates are emphasizing in four contested Jefferson City...
Busy ballots in Mid - Missouri

Busy ballots in Mid – Missouri

Jefferson City and Cole County have several issues on today’s ballot. Renewal of the county wide half – cent sales tax for capital improvements is before all Cole County...
‘Wait and see’: Fate of Medicaid expansion uncertain as Missouri Senate takes up budget | Politics

‘Wait and see’: Fate of Medicaid expansion uncertain as Missouri Senate takes up budget...

Parson put the cost at $120 million in state funds and $1.8 billion in federal assistance.Since then, the federal government has made the pot sweeter, hoping to get more...

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Local News: SEMO relaxes COVID-19 policies, contact tracing (1/11/22)

Graphic by Ally BruemmerThe Cape Girardeau Public Health Center will cease contact tracing COVID-19 cases at Southeast Missouri State University, according to a Jan....

Organic Remedies Missouri Launches New Medical Marijuana

CHAFFEE, Mo., Jan. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Organic Remedies MO is ringing in the new year with a new product line...