Short-term vacationers: the allegedly haunted Hobo Hill House in Jefferson City is listed on AirbnbCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Missouri haunted venues: it's that time of year but not for the historic Morse Mill HotelCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Commercial Flat Roofing Experts in Jefferson City, MO: Trust 316 Exteriors!SawiaraNewsBreak Contributor
The historic William Poeschel Home sits on many acres of land not far from the Missouri RiverCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
Hundreds of thousands in damage in JCMO restaurant fire
Fire investigators now say there was $300,000 in damage to the Red Lobster in Jefferson City in a Tuesday morning fire. The fire started in a utility room and spread to the attic. Firefighters had the fire out quickly but there was heavy smoke damage. The restaurant is closed for repairs.
South Callaway's Tayber Gray is our KRCG 13 Sticklen & Sticklen Student Athlete of the Week!
Mokane — South Callaway senior, Tayber Gray does it all for the Bulldogs!. Tayber is the starting quarterback for the football team, and the "quarterback" on the basketball court for the Bulldogs too, as the starting point guard. Tayber also competes on the South Callaway track and field team in the spring.
Mexico teen charged for DWI chase from Callaway County deputies
A Mexico teen has been charged, accused of driving drunk while running from deputies. Court documents state that it started Saturday night at 10:15 p.m. A deputy was driving south on Old US Highway 54 near County Road 2002 behind a Honda Accord. The deputy said the Accord sped up,...
Capitol City Amtrak volunteers resign over alleged lack of recognition and respect
Jefferson City — A few Capitol City Amtrak volunteers have announced their resignations due to disrespect from both Amtrak and the city. A notice was posted on September 21st, on the door of the Amtrak trailer. "We regret to inform you that due to recent disrespect shown to Capitol...
Jefferson City, Missouri hosting Public Safety Awards today
18 first responders are being honored Thursday for "heroic acts beyond the call of duty."
Over 1.5 pounds of meth found during I-70 traffic stop in Callaway County
COLUMBIA − A Columbia woman accused of having over 1.5 pounds of methamphetamine in her vehicle was charged Friday with two felonies and two misdemeanors. Prosecutors charged Lori Williams, 50, with trafficking drugs in the second degree, possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to driving within the right lane of the highway.
Join the Fight: Stop Human Trafficking Event on Sep 29
Attention all champions of human rights! Mark your calendars for a riveting evening dedicated to eradicating one of the most pressing issues of our time - human trafficking. The event, aptly named Stop Human Trafficking, is scheduled for Fri, Sep 29, from 6pm to 7pm.
Missouri man to receive Medal of Valor for actions following Mendon Amtrak crash
MENDON, Mo. (KCTV) - A state employee will be honored for risking his life to save others following a deadly Amtrak train crash in Mendon, Missouri, last year. Missouri Department of Conservation Agent Donald Fessler will be awarded the Medal of Valor during a ceremony in Jefferson City Thursday afternoon. Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe will present the medal.
Uncertain future for Jefferson City's yard waste composting: Contract negotiations stall as October deadline looms
JEFFERSON CITY - Yard waste and composting services have been a big talk in the Jefferson City area. The city has just more than a month to reach a deal with a yard waste compost site. This comes after the Jefferson City Council planned to announce Korte Enterprises LLC as...
Advocacy group tells feds Missouri’s proposed disability changes could violate law
The federally-funded organization responsible for protecting the rights of people with disabilities in Missouri believes a proposed change in how the state pays for at-home care could violate the law. Missouri Protection and Advocacy Services, which was established in 1977, said in a letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services that it is […] The post Advocacy group tells feds Missouri’s proposed disability changes could violate law appeared first on Missouri Independent.
Jefferson City woman accused of theft and vandalism at apartment laundry room
A Jefferson City woman was charged with stealing and property damage connected to a June incident at an apartment complex. Court documents said Kayla Jones entered the laundry room at Jefferson Heights Apartments at 1:30 a.m. on June 25. Investigators with the Jefferson City Police Department said Jones covered the...
Jefferson City woman charged with arson in apartment fire incident
A Jefferson City woman was charged with arson and resisting arrest after a fire at an apartment building on Saturday night. According to court documents, Jefferson City police officers were called to an apartment building at 11:27 p.m. and saw smoke coming from an upstairs window. They said they saw...
Jefferson City man charged with robbery and assault over music dispute at coffee shop
A Jefferson City man was charged with robbery and assault after an incident at 7 Brew Coffee on Saturday night. Court documents said at 9:09 p.m., Jefferson City police officers spoke to an employee at 7 Brew Coffee on Missouri Boulevard. They said she told them while working she noticed...
fulton, MO Residents: Your Future Dogs Best Friend Awaits!
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.
Police: Woman arrested after lying about child being trapped in vehicle on fire
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) A St. Louis woman was arrested on Monday after allegedly making a false call to police, according to a Tuesday press release from the Jefferson City Police Department. According to the release, Jefferson City Communications took a call at 6:51 p.m. Monday about a child locked inside a vehicle that was The post Police: Woman arrested after lying about child being trapped in vehicle on fire appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
Boone County man accused of raping woman in Auxvasse with in possession of a gun
A Boone County man faces rape and other charges following a weapons-related domestic assault incident in Callaway County. Zachary McBee, of Hartsburg, is charged with first-degree rape, armed criminal action, unlawful possession of a firearm, third-degree domestic assault, and possession of a controlled substance. He’s being held without bond.
Jefferson City Family Support Division Updates Protocol for Reporting Unauthorized IRS Disclosures
The Family Support Division of the Department of Social Services in Jefferson City, Missouri, has released an update on the process for reporting unauthorized IRS disclosures. From August 21, 2023, all incidents of unauthorized access or release of federal tax details, including data breaches, must be reported directly to the IRS Office of Safeguards.
Pedestrian hit by pickup truck in Moniteau County taken to Jefferson City hospital, driver arrested
A Sedalia man was taken to a Jefferson City hospital after getting hit by a pickup truck in Moniteau County on Monday evening. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, at 6:15 p.m., Ethan Daniels, 20, of California, was headed west on Business 50 in a 2008 Dodge 2500.
After bringing stability to program, Wells, Jays looking to take next step
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Jefferson City Jays football team suffered four straight losing seasons from 2017-20. They did it with three different head coaches, no less. That certainly doesn't help the cause. To put it into more perspective, from 1955-2016 --- a span of 61 years --- the...
Fall into Perfect Skin with the #NOSTRESSSKIN CAMPAIGN
Get ready to glow this fall with the #NOSTRESSSKIN CAMPAIGN! On Fri, Sep 29, from 2pm - 5pm, join us at 213 E Ashley St, Jefferson City, MO 65101 for an exclusive skincare experience at the Pulchritude Poise Esthetics Spa.