The Jefferson City Finance Department was recognized Monday for receiving the Distinguished Budget Presentation award for its 2016 budget.
Trinity seventh-graders get tips for starting school garden
While most of the students recoiled and squealed in disgust, seventh-grade student Luke Johnson was among the few who leaped out of his seat to hold a roach.
Osage County Sheriff Michael Dixon Jr. is due back in Boone County Associate Circuit Court at 9:30 a.m. June 7 for a status hearing on a felony weapons charge filed against him last month.
LU Farmers Market gets boost of extra flavor this month
The May Market will be more of an attraction this year, not just a place to pick up fresh, local produce.
The Cole County Historical Society, celebrating its 75th jubilee this year, will hold its annual fashion show next Monday at Capitol Plaza Hotel.
Greta Hoerschgen and Chris Wood won top honors Saturday at the Cinco de Mayo 5K.
The Helias Crusaders dropped a 6-3 decision Monday to the School of the Osage Indians in a tennis dual at Washington Park.
Host Stars tonight in Game 3
ST. LOUIS — Alex Pietrangelo is used to playing a lot — especially this time of year. The St. Louis Blues linchpin defenseman plays with a high motor and appears to have no issues piling up the ice time.
HARTSBURG — The Blair Oaks Falcons finished third Monday in the Class 2 District 4 Golf Tournament at Eagle Knoll.
FORT LEONARD WOOD — The Jefferson City Jays finished in a tie for fifth Monday in the Class 4 District 5 Golf Tournament at Piney Valley.
ELDON — The Helias Crusaders advanced to the sectional round of the Class 3 state golf tournament by finishing second Monday in the district.
ST. LOUIS — Adam Wainwright knew his mammoth home run changed the complexion of Monday night’s game.
KANSAS CITY — There are ample reasons for Ned Yost to be concerned about the Royals’ struggling offense, from three recent shutouts to the prolonged slumps of stars such as Alex Gordon and Lorenzo Cain.
RUSSELLVILLE — The New Bloomfield Wildcats posted a 6-4 victory Monday against the Russellville Indians.
WARDSVILLE — Ryan Paschal went the distance Monday to lead the Blair Oaks Falcons to a 7-0 win against the Eldon Mustangs.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead Monday on their way to a 2-1 victory against the Rolla Lady Bulldogs at the 179 Soccer Park.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A day after storms drenched Churchill Downs, Kentucky Derby horses Mor Spirit, Gun Runner and stablemate Creator enjoyed sunny skies and solid footing in their final workouts for racing’s marquee event.
AVONDALE, La. — Brian Stuard made steady golf pay off on a waterlogged course in the haunting cypress swamps outside New Orleans.
TALLADEGA, Ala. — Nobody needs to be reminded racing is inherently dangerous. We all know drivers assume the risks. It’s understood no one forces a driver to compete. That shoulder-shrug approach doesn’t make the scorecard from Sunday’s race at Talladega Superspeedway any easier to accept.
As women's basketball head coach
Ayana McWilliams is ready to take the next step in her coaching career as she was named head coach of the Lincoln women’s basketball program Monday.