An autopsy was conducted Friday in Columbia to determine the exact cause of death Thursday morning of an inmate in the Marion County Jail in Palmyra.
CENTER, Mo. -- The embattled Center police chief has resigned. Mayor Dennis McMillen learned Thursday from City Attorney Joe Brannon that Chief David Ray submitted a letter of resignation, effective immediately. The resignation followed a monthlong campaig
The Canton Board of Aldermen agreed this week to hire Missouri Main Street Connection to develop a comprehensive community plan for the city.
[Note]FLORIDA, Mo. -- Historic and cultural sites in the village of Florida, including the spot where author Mark Twain was born, will be highlighted through a series of informational signs being erected by the Friends of Florida organization. Warren Hagan
HANNIBAL, MO. -- Previously teachers and students at Hannibal High School had to wait until October for cool air to fill the building. That changes next week when some of the school's new air conditioning units are switched on. During Wednesday night's mee
[Note]HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Drones flying close to 90 mph will be featured at the inaugural Bill Lear Innovator's Cup Drone Racing Finals this Saturday and Sunday in Hannibal. The event is part of the city's yearlong slate of activities celebrating the 200th an
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Renovations at Hannibal High School and the Hannibal Career and Technical Center are well underway, but Hannibal School District No. 60 officials are still concerned about the project's overall $12 million cost. During Tuesday night's meet
MONROE CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri state auditor's office has issued a report criticizing the accounting controls and record-keeping procedures used by Monroe City's municipal court. State Auditor Nicole Galloway said the municipal court's overall performanc