Graduates of the University of Missouri - Columbia won’t be marching to get their degrees on campus this year. The University announcing today that they are cancelling commencement ceremonies in Columbia on May 15 through the 17th. In a statement released on Mizzou’s twitter account, Mizzou …

This may put a damper on those roof repair and car window and dent guys spread out through the Jefferson City area after last weekend’s big hail storm…but the city of Jefferson and the Cole County commission have now issued bans on door-to-door solicitation to help stop the spread of the Cov…

It’s finally happening…the downtown Jefferson City eyesore at the corner of High and Madison is coming down. Construction crews are on the site of the old building that used to house a law firm. It began collapsing in the early fall of 2018 when the wall facing Madison Street began to bow ou…

As the state of Missouri rolls past the 1-thousand mark of Covid-19 cases…Governor Parson says April could be a turning point month for the rise of the virus in the state. But he says that doesn’t mean we’ll be out of the woods May First.

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Just what was that came flying out of the sky Friday night? It was often the size of baseballs and it wreaked havoc on anything it struck. KJLU meteorologist Zach Paul says hail that size is not uncommon, it just happens a lot more often over Oklahoma or Texas or Kansas. Paul says this was a…

Be kind to your local insurance man these days. Chances are they haven’t slept much since the big hail storm last Friday night. Greg Kolb is a veteran American Family Insurance representative…he says Friday night was nuts.

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UPDATE:  The St. Louis-Post Dispatch reports one of the two latest confirmed deaths involved Henry County Democratic Party chairman William "Al" Grimes.  His death was originally reported by the Henry County Health Center as a man in his 70s.  But Henry County prosecutor Jean Peters Baker la…

After the May tornado in Jefferson City…they put in a lot of man hours helping not just in the physical clean up, but in fulfilling the needs of the storm’s victim. Now, Catholic Charities are back and ready to help out those suffering due to the Covid-19 restrictions. Charities executive di…

Missouri Governor Mike Parson is mobilizing the National Guard to help in the fight against Covid-19. The governor making the announcement this morning after meeting with members of his cabinet.

Shortages on grocery store shelves are frustrating people all around the country. Shoppers are buying food, paper and cleaning goods at alarming rates. Farmers and manufacturers are trying to get products to stores…grocery workers are trying to get those products on store shelves before they…

Missouri agencies secure funding to purchase life-saving medical equipment to aid in the state’s response to COVID-19.

Worried about your favorite downtown store in this time of stay at home and social distancing? Many have closed their doors to inside sales, but they’re still doing business over the phone or online. Still, sales are going to be way off no matter how they try to keep their doors open virtual…