As we first told you, bookkeeping errors are keeping nearly 100-thousand Missouri children off the Medicaid roles. Today, Democrats in the Missouri House of Representatives are calling for them to be reinstated. The children have been dropped from the roles due to their parents being dropped…

The latest homeless census of Jefferson City is estimated at 100 people. And the Jefferson City Salvation Army wants to help them all. Captain Justin Windell says they have contact with just about all of the known homeless people in Jefferson City, and he says they try to maintain that conta…

Jefferson City State Representative Dave Griffith says he’s just as ready as anybody to see the plastic wrap come down from the State Capitol. But he says on-going work is going to be needed to take care of the Capitol, the Supreme Court Building, the Governor’s mansion, the old federal cour…

Missouri is one step closer to a prescription drug monitoring program…but critics continue to assail the legislation. The Missouri House earlier this week voted to back Representative Holly Rehder’s (RAIDERS) bill that sets up the monitoring program. Rehder says the new system won’t end the …

The top brass of Lincoln University is at the State Capitol today…meeting with law makers on Lincoln University day. LU President Jerald Jones Woolfolk says funding is the top concern…and she says she and other top Lincoln Officials are carrying the same message every where they go…Legislato…

Boone County Joint Communications reports road conditions are deteriorating due to weather.  The department Tweeted the post around 10 a.m., urging motorists to slow down and use extreme caution if travel is necessary. 

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Columbia Public Schools announces they’re getting a jump on impending winter weather by releasing students 2.5-hours early today.  Exact release times for the various schools can be found on the district's website at:  https://www.cpsk12.org.  

The Missouri House votes to stay in the race for a hyperloop test track. Representatives Monday giving final passage to a bill sponsored by Callaway County State Representative Travis Fitzwater.

They may be flocking to the polls in New Hampshire today for the presidential primary there…but Cole County’s top elections official doesn’t see that kind of turnout for the March 10th Missouri primary. Steve Korsmeyer says early ballots return show a downturn over four years ago.

The consensus among Missouri river bottoms farmers and business owners is that something needs to be done now…to ensure long-term protection from flooding. About thirty interested people met with Corps of Engineers representatives this (Monday) morning in Callaway County to talk about the pr…

If you live on a gravel road this wild winter…we’re sorry. Cole County public works director Larry Benz says gravel roads in Cole County are taking a real beating this winter…but there’s nothing that can be done until spring rolls around.