First of several projects on Highway 54 in Jefferson City to begin next month
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) The first of several projects to improve safety and extend the life expectancy of roads and bridges along Highway 54 in Jefferson City is set to take place at the beginning of March. Three projects in total will occur in March, according to a press release from the Missouri Department of The post First of several projects on Highway 54 in Jefferson City to begin next month appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Two injured after car fleeing MSHP trooper crashes Saturday morning
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) A Columbia man has been arrested after fleeing from the Missouri State Highway Patrol and crashing into multiple parked cars early Saturday morning. According to a release from the Jefferson City Police Department, at 2:13 a.m. Travion Reams, 30, was driving the 2006 Ford Fusion with passenger Antoinette Jones, 29, away The post Two injured after car fleeing MSHP trooper crashes Saturday morning appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Man charged, accused of waving gun at woman parking near him in Jefferson City
An Eldridge man was charged, accused of pulling a gun on a woman who parked too close to his truck. Jefferson City police were called to a doctor’s office parking lot in the 1200 block of W. Stadium Boulevard on Friday morning. A woman told police that a man...
The “Morel” Of the Story: Your Hunt for the Perfect Getaway Begins in Fulton
It’s spring, when everyone’s fancy turns to thoughts of morels. Sure, you can march out into the woods for weeks of searching for these delicious, often hard-to-find mushrooms. But a MUCH better choice is to wait for Morels & Microbrews, the all-fun, no-frustration fungi festival May 4 in Fulton’s downtown Brick District.
Missouri law says pregnant women can’t get divorced
Missouri is one of four states that does not let couples finalize a divorce if the wife is pregnant.
JCMO loses yard waste option
You may have to fire up the burn barrel if you want to get rid of tree limbs and yard waste in Jefferson City. The Jefferson City Council didn’t sign off on proposals that would have provided yard waste services. The temporary yard waste drop-off site in Jefferson City...
Most of mid-Missouri asked to avoid outdoor burning due to warm, dry, breezy conditions
Weather experts and firefighters are asking that you avoid any outdoor burning today. The National Weather Service says it will be a warm and breezy day, with temperatures reaching 60 degrees and northwest winds gusting at up to 30 mph. Those factors will lead to an elevated fire danger. Forecasters say fires can act erratically in open, unsheltered areas like prairies and fields. Even backyard burns or bonfires with no enclosures can quickly become dangerous.
MoDOT to start three projects near Missouri River Bridge, first to start March 4
The Missouri Department of Transportation announced that they have planned five projects along the Highway 54 corridor in Jefferson City for 2024. Three of those projects will begin in March. On March 4, work will begin rehabilitating the Route 94 and Route W bridges over Highway 54 in Callaway County,...
‘We don’t want to go through the same heartbreak’: An administrator’s death sparks a call to action at an HBCU
Academia can be an unfriendly place for Black women. In the wake of Antoinette Candia-Bailey’s death by suicide, alumni and students at Lincoln University are pushing for justice and accountability.
Jefferson City boys basketball self-imposes forfeits for 13 games
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) The Jefferson City boys basketball team self-imposed forfeits in 13 games from the 2023-24 season, after the staff realized it did not complete a transfer form for one of the student-athletes on the team. The school district released a statement on Friday night, which said that...
Uncovering Jefferson City: A Tour of Three Must-Visit Mexican Restaurants
In this article, we'll be exploring three outstanding Mexican restaurants located in Jefferson City. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
Cole County man accused of stabbing man, charged with domestic assault
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) A Jefferson City man has been charged on Monday with three felonies after he allegedly tried to kill a man by stabbing him on Sunday. Adam Wieners, 25, was charged with first-degree domestic assault, unlawful use of a weapon and armed criminal action. He was arrested on Sunday evening and a The post Cole County man accused of stabbing man, charged with domestic assault appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
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...
St. Elizabeth goes back-to-back as District Champions
Wardsville — The St. Elizabeth Hornets took on the Higbee Tigers for their Class 1 District Championship at Blair Oaks High School. The Hornets defeated the Tigers 51-36, winning the district title for the second year in a row. Check out the highlights and scores above!
The gas price fluctuate between $2.77 and $2.79 in Kingdom City as of 2024-02-24. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Saturday is $3.264, a week ago the price is $3.282 , according to AAA.
Democrat files bill to allow pregnant Missourians to finalize divorce (LISTEN)
Amid the legislative session in Jefferson City, one Democratic Representative has filed a bill that would protect victims of spousal abuse. Anthony Morabith chats with Representative Ashley Aune on Show Me Today.
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.
Hundreds of students celebrate FFA week at Missouri Capitol
Gov. Mike Parson and Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe welcomed hundreds of Missouri students to Jefferson City Thursday to commemorate National FFA Week. Parson, Kehoe, and FFA members drove restored tractors to the state Capitol in a show of support for Missouri agriculture. The events culminated a week dedicated to honor...
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.
Jays finish regular season with a win, plus more Boys Basketball on Friday night
New Bloomfield — The Jefferson City Jays hosted Ewing Kauffman from Kansas City at Fleming Fieldhouse. The Jays Forfeited their last 13 games after failing to complete a transfer form for one of it's players. The Jays took the victory in their last regular season home game 84-38. Capital...