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The Fulton Public Schools must claim an error in judgment.
A driver from Alabama was arrested after hitting a pedestrian Thursday night on Frog Hollow Road just outside Jefferson City.
A man was seriously injured early Friday when he reportedly fell off a third-story balcony in the 900 block of East High Street in Jefferson City.
ELDON — Blair Oaks continued its strong start to the season with its second straight win, defeating Helias, Eldon and Iberia in the Eldon Quad.
LEE’S SUMMIT — The Jefferson City Lady Jays finished in a tie at 1 with the Lee’s Summit Tigers in the final game of the Lee’s Summit Tournament on Thursday.
The Jefferson City Jays opened the golf season Thursday with a 164-209 victory in a dual against Waynesville.
Fall to Michigan in WNIT
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Three road games was one too many for the Missouri women’s basketball team.
Speculation became official Thursday when the Missouri basketball program announced associate head coach Tim Fuller will no longer coach at the school.
Soldier falsely accepted donations for ‘Wounded Warrior Project’
A Jefferson City man was recently sentenced to serve prison time for fraudulently soliciting donations to the “Wounded Warrior Project.”
The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a 10-year-old boy died when a sports utility vehicle hit an Amish horse-drawn carriage in northwest Missouri.
Characterizing prescription drug abuse as an “epidemic” is not an exaggeration.
A Mokane woman has been charged with one count of second-degree murder in connection with a fatal car crash that occurred in August 2014.
Commission to consider alternative source for 2016
The Cole County Commission has agreed to award an economic development contract for 2015 with the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce, but that agreement comes with one significant stipulation.
The Jefferson City Jays made quick work of the Camdenton Lakers, winning Wednesday’s tennis dual 5-0 before the remainder of the action was called off due to rain at Washington Park.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — The Helias Crusaders dropped a dual Wednesday to the Camdenton Lakers at Meadow Lake Acres Country Club.
KIRKSVILLE — The Lincoln Blue Tigers dropped a doubleheader Wednesday to the Truman State Bulldogs.
The Missouri Tigers have won their first two WNIT games on the road.
The First Amendment right to speak freely is not necessarily the right to speak anonymously.
A Jefferson City man was taken into custody following a vehicle chase and crash, Tuesday night.
All-district teams selected
A whopping total of 70 area basketball players were honored today when the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association released its Central District teams.
WAYNESVILLE — The Helias Lady Crusaders picked up their first win of the year Tuesday with a 1-0 defeat of Waynesville.
The Helias boys tennis team began its season with a victory Tuesday, defeating Moberly 8-0 at Washington Park.
COLUMBIA — The Missouri Tigers dropped an 8-3 decision in baseball Tuesday to Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
The Jefferson City High School and Helias track and field teams opened their respective seasons Tuesday with an unscored meet at Adkins Stadium.
WARRENSBURG — The Eldon girls and the California girls and boys teams participated Tuesday in the University of Central Missouri Indoor Track Meet.
EDMOND, Okla. — The Lincoln Blue Tigers won just eight total games while dropping a pair of 9-0 decisions in women’s tennis action in Oklahoma during the weekend.
Mother Nature has been playing havoc with the schedule of the Lincoln University softball team.
Both the men’s and women’s basketball coaching jobs at Southeast Missouri State are now open.
A unifying motif surrounds plans for a “Fountain of Hope” in the downtown area.
The Jefferson City Public Schools are pleased to announce the six finalists for the 2015 Teacher of the Year. The six finalists, three from elementary division (preschool through fifth grade) and three from the secondary division (grades 6-12).
Two Jefferson City men have been charged with shooting at an occupied vehicle on Thursday night.
An autopsy is to be performed on an inmate who died this weekend at the Jefferson City Correctional Center.
The Blair Oaks began its golf season on the right foot Monday, defeating Fulton and Boonville at Tanglewood.
Ryan Paschal threw five shutout innings Monday to lead the Blair Oaks Falcons to a 6-1 victory against the New Bloomfield Wildcats.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays opened play Monday in the Lee’s Summit Soccer Tournament with a 2-1 victory against Kearney.
Fatima eased its way to its second win in as many games, blowing out Hallsville 13-0 in five innings Monday.
The hits weren’t there, but the scoring sure was.
A Holts Summit man is facing charges in connection with a February vehicle crash in Jefferson City.
A Jefferson City man has been charged with two counts of second-degree assault in connection with an October 2014 traffic accident.
Two things to remember about trains — they can’t stop quickly and they can’t steer out of your way.
Morgan Eye definitely had her shooting eye Sunday afternoon.
Erin Struemph picked up the victory as Missouri State slipped past Bradley 3-2 in softball action Sunday.
The Saint Louis softball team tied a school record by hitting five home runs in a come-from-behind, 11-10 win Sunday against Fordham.
Jeromia Riley was a part of two meet records, highlighting the season-opening results for the Lincoln men’s outdoor track and field team at the two-day Billiken Kickoff that wrapped up Saturday.
The South Carolina Gamecocks salvaged the final game of a three-game set with the Missouri Tigers by posting a 7-5 win in baseball action Sunday.
The Tennessee softball team won its rubber match with Missouri on Sunday, posting a 10-7 win to take two games in the three-game weekend series.
News Tribune editorial
Legislators must lack confidence in laws or they wouldn’t repeatedly propose constitutional amendments to guarantee “rights” already outlined in state statute.
Reader asks how each would change current board policy, procedure
With the April 7 election less than three weeks away, four challengers and an incumbent are vying for two open seats on the Jefferson City Board of Education.
This week, candidates for the Jefferson City Board of Education respond to questions submitted by a News Tribune reader concerning academies.
Linn came up short once again against Valle Catholic, the team that defeated the Wildcats in the Class 2 semifinals last season, but finished atop the Silver Division in the Valle Catholic Tournament.