Mental exam ordered for Jefferson City man accused of weekend stabbing
A mental examination is ordered for a Jefferson City who stabbed his roommate last weekend. Court documents show the examination was ordered Thursday for Adam Wieners. He was charged earlier this week with first-degree domestic assault resulting in serious physical injury, unlawful use of a weapon, and armed criminal action.
Rally held by LU alumni at Capitol in tribute of VP of student affairs who died
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) A rally took place Thursday at the Missouri Capitol by the Greater Kansas City Chapter of the Lincoln University Alumni Association. The rally was held as a tribute to former Vice President of Student Affairs Antoinette "Bonnie" Candia-Bailey, who died by suicide on Jan. 8. The...
Jefferson City man charged after fight over money leads to tense moments with police
JEFFERSON CITY — A Jefferson City man faces several charges after a fight over money led to a tense interaction with police. According to a probable cause statement, on Thursday morning, Jefferson City Police officers went to a home in the 1100 block of St. Mary's Boulevard for a disturbance.
Jefferson City Council doesn’t approve bids, yard waste services discontinued
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) The Jefferson City Council in a closed session on Tuesday decided not to move forward on proposals that would have provided subsidized yard waste services to residents, according to a Thursday release from the city. A temporary yard waste drop-off site in Jefferson City closed for the season last month. There The post Jefferson City Council doesn’t approve bids, yard waste services discontinued appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
These Fulton, MO based Cats are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around fulton.
Man seriously injured in Maries County motorcycle crash
MARIES COUNTY, Mo. (KMIZ) A 53-year-old Vienna man suffered serious injuries in a crash Wednesday in Maries County on Highway 63, about two miles south of Vienna, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. The crash occurred as a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado – driven by James Pierce, 44, of Dixon – was heading The post Man seriously injured in Maries County motorcycle crash appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
JC Council selects developer for downtown hotel and conference center
The Jefferson City Council selects the developer who will work on a planned conference center in the downtown. At last night’s meeting, the council voted 9-0 to accept Garfield Public/Private LLC as the lead developer for the project. This was the developer recommended by the Jefferson City Regional Economic Group earlier this month. Garfield submitted one of two bids for the project.
Jefferson City Feb 20 Weekly Crime Report: 193 Incidents and 14 Crime Stories
Jefferson City Feb 20 Weekly Crime Report: 193 Incidents and 14 Crime Stories. During the last week, Jefferson City reported a total of 193 crime cases. The most reported crime was Disturbance, with 45 cases, followed closely by Vandalism at 40 cases. Burglary was the third most common crime, with 31 cases reported. The city also experienced 21 Suspicious Situation incidents, 20 Thefts, and 13 Assaults. Other crimes reported include 10 cases classified as Other, 7 Arrests, 4 Trespass incidents, and 2 Domestic Related incidents. The high number of Disturbance and Vandalism cases indicates a concerning trend of public disorder and property damage in the place. The local authorities are urged to address this situation promptly and effectively to ensure the safety and peace of the community.
⚠️ Overnight Lane Closure Scheduled on Eastbound I-70 in Jefferson City, MO
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Jefferson City, MO. Residents and commuters in Jefferson City should prepare for travel disruptions as one lane of eastbound I-70 is set to be closed for concrete pavement repairs. The closure will occur overnight beginning Thursday, February 22, from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m. the following morning at Exit 131, Lake of the Woods. While the driving lane will be closed during this timeframe, the passing lane, as well as the exit ramp, will remain open. Motorists are advised to approach the area with caution and plan for potential delays or seek alternate routes. For more information, please visit the provided link: https://t.co/5gwKx9FD8x.
Jefferson City's Family Support Division Announces New Social Security Eligibility Threshold
The Family Support Division of the Department of Social Services in Jefferson City, Missouri has released an update. It concerns the eligibility threshold under Section 1619 of the Social Security Act. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has lowered this threshold to $3,690, starting from January 1, 2024.
Human Remains Recovered In Osage County Belong To Derek Holtmeyer Missing Since July
The Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Division of Drug and Crime Control has announced the recovery and identification of human remains Osage County. The highway patrol says the remains, identified as those belonging to 35-year-old Derek Holtmeyer, of Linn, were discovered last week, on the 8th, during a ground search in a wooded area near Chamois.
Screening surprise: Catching Larry's heart condition
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Love Your Heart screening information. Every spring, Larry Schepers enjoys turning over the soil in the garden beds in his backyard so that he and his wife, Judy, can plant flowers and vegetables. In the spring of 2023, he noticed that work was a little...
Four hospitalized after Cole County highway crash, 13-year-old seriously injured
COLE COUNTY — Four people were taken to University Hospital after a crash on US Highway 54 in Cole County on Saturday afternoon. The Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report said it happened at 3:44 pm on westbound US 54, just west of Honey Creek Road. A 2012 Volkswagen...
Camera showed suspect purchase clothes used in $111K bank robbery
KANSAS CITY – A man has been convicted in federal court of the armed robbery of a credit union, according to the United State's Attorney. Tre Joseph Connor, 29, Jefferson City, was found guilty on Feb. 15, of one count of bank robbery, one count of brandishing a firearm during a crime of violence, and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Hickman girls win 58-36 against Jefferson city
COLUMBIA - Hickman girls basketball celebrated their senior night on Thursday, and the Lady Kewpies sent their seniors off in good fashion by defeating Jefferson City, 58-36. The first quarter of the game started off intense, with the Lady Jays on the board first thanks to a Lyssa Sportsman layup, Jays up 2-0. On the very next play, Sy'Rae Stemmons answers back and puts the Kewpies in the lead, 3-2.
Gov. Mike Parson kicks off National FFA Week in Missouri
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Governor Mike Parson declared February 17 through 24 to be National FFA Week in Missouri, according to a press release. Parson was joined by roughly 27,000 members of Missouri FFA in Jefferson City Thursday. Many FFA members and Missouri politicians kicked off the event by driving...
Missouri Governor’s Student Leadership Forum
Samantha Strite was one of 80 collegiate students nominated to represent Jefferson College during the annual Missouri Governor’s Student Leadership Forum on Faith and Values held February 16-18, 2024, in Jefferson City, Missouri. The Forum challenges students’ character development by encouraging them to reflect on their own decision-making skills,...
SB wrestlers head to state tournament
The boys varsity wrestling team competed in the Class 2 District 2 Tournament last weekend, with three boys qualifying for the state tournament. Grant Leninger qualified as the Class 2 District 2 144 lbs. Champion, Kaid Shaw taking 4th place in the 120 lbs. weight class, and Blaine Bergthold taking 3rd place in the 126 lbs. weight class.
Widespread cellular service outage impacts mid-Missouri agencies, businesses
COLUMBIA — Thousands of Americans struggled to get cellular service Thursday, with outages reported across the nation for AT&T customers. AT&T has not released a cause for the disruption. However, around 2 p.m., the company said in a statement that its network has been restored. The Federal Communications Commission is investigating the incident.
🚧 Bridge Deck Replacement Leads to Closure of Route BB in Callaway County, Detour Via Route PP and MO Route 94
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Jefferson City, MO. ALERT: Motorists in Callaway County should plan for travel disruptions as Route BB will be closed starting Monday, February 26. The closure is due to a scheduled replacement of the Hillers Creek bridge deck. During this period, a signed detour will guide drivers to alternate routes, which include Callaway County Route PP and Missouri Route 94. Commuters and residents are encouraged to take note of this change and adjust their travel plans accordingly. For more detailed information regarding the closure, please visit the provided link: https://t.co/6NDex3tBSQ.