Municipalities throughout the county annually use federal cost-share grants to fund major road projects.
For some time now, law enforcement agencies have been utilizing social media to help identify crooks, share information and warn residents of potential crimes in their area.
Husband and wife Daryl and Penny Duncan pleaded guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court to a misdemeanor charge of placing someone in danger of death or serious bodily injury from a hazardous waste.
Gov. Mike Parson’s experience in law enforcement may have equipped him with tools that can be beneficial to his new role.
Franklin County Clerk Debbie Door has announced she will name First District Commissioner Tim Brinker to serve as acting presiding commissioner after the retirement of John Griesheimer July 9.
The 23rd annual Hawaiian-themed Franklin County Re-’Lei’ For Life is being hailed as a success by its organizers after raising more than $114,000 this year, topping its $110,000 goal.
Attorneys for Mercy Hospitals East Communities and Dr. Bryan J. Menges have filed an appeal in the largest malpractice judgment ever handed out by a Franklin County jury.
A St. Louis County resident has tested positive for a possible case of the Bourbon virus and it’s now an emerging illness in different locations in Missouri.
Interested candidates will have until Thursday, June 14, to file for a recently vacated Missouri House seat representing portions of Franklin, Gasconade and Osage counties.
If building permits for the Franklin County Jail/911 upgrades are not filed with the city of Union by the end of the year, the project costs could increase by more than $4.6 million.
The U.S. Supreme Court last month upheld a St. Clair couple’s class action suit against Tracker Marine Boat Center (TMBC), a Bass Pro subsidiary.
Mike Parson, R-Bolivar, became the 57th man to serve as Missouri governor after the resignation of Gov. Eric Greitens at 5 p.m. Friday evening.
With just under a week before the annual Franklin County Relay For Life at Washington High School, roughly half of this year’s goal has been raised, roughly $60,000 with a goal of $110,000.
There is a stark difference in how law enforcement officers respond to a school shooting today compared to the emergency response 20 years ago.
Two of the Franklin County commissioners served with new Missouri Gov. Mike Parson while in the state Legislature and still have personal friendships with him.
A normally animated Franklin County Presiding Commissioner John Griesheimer says he is struggling both mentally and physically over his decision to retire five months before the end of his term.
After two tries in as many years a bill that would allow Franklin County to join the Bi-State Development Agency was passed by both Houses of the Missouri Legislature.
The Missouri Supreme Court will select a judge to hear a case that has been passed over by three 20th Judicial Circuit judges since 2016.
There are more than 80,000 military service members listed as prisoners of war or missing in action (POW/MIA) from the United States.
The announcement Tuesday of the early retirement of Franklin County Presiding Commissioner John Griesheimer has put into motion a machine with many moving parts.
After months of debate about what to do with Robert’s Rules of Order, the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission reached a decision.
With Franklin County’s Bicentennial right around the corner in January 2019, a committee is being formed to put together ideas and materials for a Washington float for the March 30, 2019, county parade.
Before a shovel has even hit the dirt the contracts for the Franklin County jail/911 expansion and renovation are already in the millions.
A legal decision handed down Tuesday afternoon had an immediate impact on Franklin County and could have more long-term ramifications in the near future.