A pool tournament is a family activity at JP’s Sports Bar and Grill, Eureka, where pool players of all ages fill the popular eatery to play pool or just watch.
Students in teacher Sandy Thurston’s first-grade class at Truman Elementary School know that being good and having fun in school go hand in hand.
Thomas Holdmeier, an American Family Insurance agent in Washington, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.
Despite possible consequences as previously stated by the superintendent, several St. Clair High School students participated in National Walkout Day Wednesday, March 14.
A neurologist who had worked in Washington for several years has been indicted in federal court, accused of illegally prescribing powerful opioid pain medications for women he was having personal relationships with.
A Pacific-area developer will try again to get his proposed plans for a market and apartment complex approved by the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission.
A Robertsville man was charged Tuesday for an August 2017 incident when authorities seized a loaded handgun, marijuana and pills from his vehicle.
The city plans to install a shorter guardrail than originally planned where the road curves on North Thornton Road curve, but first it wants to talk with the property owner of the site.
A Washington man who allegedly stole a car from the Washington High School parking lot and crashed into a parked car at the Mercy South Tuesday has been charged with multiple felonies.
The walkout at Washington High School Wednesday was an opportunity for students to reflect and honor the 17 students and staff members killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Valentine’s Day, said Principal Dr. Kelle McCallum.
Twin bills to allow Franklin County to join the Bi-State Development Agency have moved through both the Missouri House and Senate and both are closer to the governor’s desk.
The Missouri House budget committee voted to slash funding to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) because the agency has refused to release information it feels is important to public safety.
The Washington School District hosted a Student Summit on Digital Citizenship Monday, March 12, at Washington High School’s Little Blue Jay Gymnasium.
Paige Hulsey from the KMOV news team will emcee the upcoming United Way Power of the Purse event Thursday, March 22, at the Washington KC Hall.
Grading has been stopped on the steep hill north of Hogan Road due to inadequate runoff protection, but city officials say they want to work with the developer to get the project back on track.
The Franklin County Commission Tuesday approved the purchase of several pieces of new equipment for the highway department totaling $379,762.