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Final: Walnut Grove 47, Chamois 46
The Chamois Lady Pirates lost to the top-ranked team in Class 1 in the state championship girls basketball game on Saturday night at Mizzou Arena.
Victim's daughter: “Did you think that you had some right to gamble with my father’s life?”
Damien Bryan was sentenced Friday to 28 years in prison on a felony murder conviction for killing Donald A. Edwards, 58, Russellville, and Joan D. Hamilton, 75, Lenexa, Kan., in a 2011 traffic accident, and for DWI.
A little more than a dozen hours after he was involved in a fatal, wrong-way wreck on U.S. 54, Cole County prosecutors named Dennis G. Leporin in five criminal charges Thursday.
Brandon Chase's murder trial ended Thursday in a mistrial, with a hung jury.
The driver of a pickup truck was traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes of U.S. 54 at Route 179 Wednesday night when it struck a car head on, killing Chelsea D. Fredrickson, 19, of Camdenton.
With more than 50 percent of the vote, James Branch has secured the 1st Ward seat on the Jefferson City Council.
Bulldogs beat Crusaders 45-40
The Helias Crusaders simply ran out of time in their bid for a district championship. Second-seeded Helias whittled down a 12-point deficit to three points late in the fourth quarter, but it would get no closer.
An Amber Alert issued for an infant who was in a car that was reported stolen from a Springfield parking lot is canceled after the child was found safe.
With quarterfinal wins Saturday
The Fatima Comets had three players in double figures Saturday night and defeated Strafford Indians 65-45 in a Class 3 quarterfinal contest at Drury University.
Tracking weather-related closings and announcements for Friday, March 1, 2013 on our website.
Numerous utility lines are being reported down due to the heavy snow that’s coming through mid-Missouri.
Another major winter storm is making its way into Missouri, bringing heavy snowfall and strong winds across much of the state on Monday night through Tuesday.
Winter Storm Warning in effect until midnight
PERIODS OF SNOW AND SLEET CAN BE EXPECTED THURSDAY EVENING... TAPERING OFF TO FREEZING DRIZZLE.
Gov. Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency in Missouri in response to severe winter weather that began early this morning,
Missouri men’s head basketball coach Frank Haith won’t be charged by the NCAA with unethical conduct during his time at Miami.