Attorneys representing the plaintiff who was awarded $14.2 million by a Franklin County jury last month have filed a motion to amend the judgment and are asking for an additional $3.3 million in interest.
Researchers and genealogists now have easier access to probate records from 1818 to 1900 through the donation of microfilm reels to both Scenic Regional Library and the Washington Historical Society this week.
Franklin County health officials aren’t sure why news reports are circulating stating this year’s flu vaccine is ineffective.
A Villa Ridge man was charged Thursday with burglarizing multiple area churches and trading stolen electronics and musical instruments for drugs.
A Warren County couple is facing multiple forgery charges relating to a counterfeiting operation that spread into Franklin County.
More than 125 bills have already been filed for the 2018 Missouri legislative session set to begin Jan. 3, 2018.
The kickoff event for the celebration of Franklin County’s 200th birthday will be an old-fashioned church picnic at the Newport Presbyterian Church in September 2018.
In a deal reached last week, Franklin County will join with neighboring Jefferson and St. Charles counties in a consortium to contract medical examiner services direct from the source, eliminating St. Louis University (SLU) from the equation.
In a rare split vote Tuesday, the Franklin County commission adopted a prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) that will now require physicians and pharmacists to record the prescription of opioids in the county.
Lucas Dieckhaus, Washington, has announced his intention to seek the Republican nomination to serve the citizens of Missouri’s 109th House District as their next State Representative.
Franklin County detectives are investigating the burglaries at seven churches where a van, electronics and musical instruments used during worship, and cash were stolen.
Thirty-two people have died in drug-related deaths in Franklin County since the beginning of the year but not all of those fatalities are linked to opioids.
Municipal Judge Craig Hellmann, Washington, was appointed by Gov. Eric Greitens as 20th District Circuit Judge to replace the retired Judge Gael D. Wood.
After nine years as East Central College Foundation’s executive director, Shannon Grus will depart over the winter break to join State Technical College as its new vice president of advancement.
The Franklin County Commission is seeking qualified volunteers to serve on the county SB40 Resource Board, but so far have no takers.
A judge approved the terms of a wrongful death suit alleging a St. Clair attorney and businessman was negligent in the death of a Union woman in Mexico.
Drug deaths and overdoses are on the rise in Franklin County, but treatment options for users who want to kick their addictions are hard to find, or out of reach.
Washington transportation board members are suggesting Warren County officials get on board with Highway 47 planning that could impact the entire region.
In the last six months, 14 police, fire and EMS agencies in Franklin County have saved the lives of 139 people who had overdosed on opiate-related drugs, thanks to the administration of Narcan.
Franklin County hopes to get its hands on some money from the multi-billion dollar federal infrastructure bill the Trump administration will tackle early next year.
A Robertsville mother was able to rescue her infant child by kicking out the rear window of the SUV as it was sinking into a lake on Calvey Creek Road Wednesday morning.
In the spirit of working together and understanding one another’s jobs, Franklin County dispatchers are being encouraged to take part in ride-alongs with fire and emergency medical service personnel.
East Central College President Dr. Jon Bauer came to Warrenton last week to address questions about the desire for a community college in the area.
Franklin County Collector Linda Emmons said tax bills began being mailed out last Friday and Saturday and a few people have already been in to pay their bills.
With few options in sight, Franklin County will soon have to make the tough decision of renewing its contract with St. Louis University (SLU) for medical examiner services at a cost of $80,000 more than last year.
With six weeks left in 2017, there have been 443 more tickets written this year in Franklin County than all of 2016 and technology may be the reason why.
Daniel Avetta, also known as Jessica Gables, 28, Catawissa, appeared in the Federal District Court Friday to answer to child pornography charges contained in a federal grand jury indictment filed Wednesday.
Franklin County Second District Commissioner Dave Hinson says county employees are surprised the commission is adopting the salary study and it may have caught them off guard.
In the first 10 months of 2017, nearly 500 more tickets have already been written and $80,000 more has been collected by the Franklin County Municipal Court than last year.