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One person was arrested after an armed robbery at Subway on East High Street, Thursday morning.
The Jefferson City Police Department is currently investigating a case involving an endangered child. The victim, Colton Lee Dominquez, two-years old, was reported abducted after his mother, Billie Jo Linhart, who does not have custody of the child and failed to return him to the court appointed guardian.
Two community strengths — volunteerism and a passion for history — have converged to create a digital database of Missouri State Penitentiary (MSP) history.
Fatima is headed back to the Final Four.
Having more than redeemed themselves after an 0-6 start to the season, the New Bloomfield Wildcats will now get the chance to add to their rich baseball legacy.
In a playoff clash marked by momentous innings, Lutheran: St. Charles struck with the one that mattered most.
Tempary Gunter of Tuscumbia is one of five players who have signed letters of intent to play women’s basketball at Lincoln University.
Lincoln women’s basketball players Kelsey Williams and Hunter Yoakum have been chosen to the USA Sports Events D2 Select team, which will play in a series of games this summer in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.
An autopsy indicates the body found in the Missouri River in Jefferson City, Tuesday afternoon, was that of a black man from the Kansas City area.
The unexpected often realigns priorities.
Two Belle residents were injured in a one-car accident at 9:25 p.m. Monday on Route D, east of Missouri 89 in Osage County.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has been known to credit the first lady, in some endeavors, as his better half.
Diane Juergensmeyer, the longtime head softball coach at St. Elizabeth High School, will be inducted Wednesday into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony in Springfield.
Jefferson City police are seeking an unknown suspect who robbed Bee Line Snack Shop of an undisclosed amount of money Saturday night.
News Tribune editorial
Memorial Day originated as a time to remember, but how much do we remember about its origins.
Sophia Rivera of Brentwood put up a shot put series for the ages in Saturday’s action at the Class 1-2 Missouri State High School Activities Association Track and Field Championships in Jefferson City.
The California Pintos claimed three event wins as well as the team title Saturday in the Class 3 sectionals. Versailles advanced in two events.
Meanwhile, Lincoln men earn All-American honors in five events
The Lincoln women’s track and field team won three events and posted seven All-American performances to finish second at the 2015 NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships. Meanwhile, the Lincoln men earned All-American honors in five events.
News Tribune editorial
The Jefferson City Public Schools Board of Education’s Policy Review Committee faces a communications dilemma largely condensed in these questions: Does greater openness invite chaos? Does continued control imply detachment and aloofness?
Do you feel the city provides the services it should? Are there places where the city should improve or expand service? Or are there places where the city could cut back on services offered?
On first day of Class 1-2 state track and field championships
There were a lot of familiar faces atop the awards stand Friday at Dwight T. Reed Stadium.
NCAA Super Regional
The Missouri softball team begins a best-of-three super regional against UCLA today in Los Angeles.
Butler University in Indianapolis has named Learfield Sports to represent Bulldog Athletics’ multimedia rights through the 2024-25 collegiate athletic season, according to a Learfield news release.
The United Way of Central Missouri is most visible in the community during the fall months when it conducts its annual fundraising campaign.
The News Tribune found eight parts of Patricia Russell-McCloud’s Lincoln University commencement speech that appear to originate elsewhere.
The pastor of a Ukrainian church burned by Russian separatists is spending a week in Jefferson City and the summer in the United States.
WESTPHALIA — A big first inning helped the Fatima Comets capture a 5-0 win against the Dixon Bulldogs in Thursday night’s championship game of the Class 3 District 9 Tournament.
Motorists and boaters are urged to exercise care during the Memorial Day holiday weekend, because the Missouri Highway Patrol will be emphasizing Operation C.A.R.E.
East Elementary School celebrated its successes as well as promoting its fifth-grade students Wednesday at the Etta and Joseph Miller Performing Arts Center.
The Missouri football team’s trip to a second straight Southeastern Conference championship game last season was fueled in no small part by the defensive end duo of Shane Ray and Markus Golden.
When powerful forces collide, the repercussions can be perilous.
A Jefferson City man is facing several charges in connection with a fatal motor vehicle crash that occurred Tuesday night in Maries County.
ST. ELIZABETH — It wasn’t a walkoff win, it was a run-off one.
The 1-2 punch of the Blair Oaks Falcons finished 1-2 in the state.
David Clausen of Jefferson City High School is going back to the Class 2 state tennis tournament.
Alex Dickneite threw a no-hitter Tuesday to lead Fatima to a 10-0 district semifinal win against Eugene in six innings.
SEDALIA — Three Jefferson City Jays wrapped up play Tuesday in the Class 4 state golf championships at Sedalia Country Club.
The Linn Wildcats advanced to the Class 2 District 8 championship Tuesday with a 7-0 defeat of Iberia.
Mid-May is an uplifting time of year. No, we’re not talking about the end of the legislative session, we’re referencing graduation season.
It was a repeat championship performance for David Clausen.
MoDOT wants to know what travelers think about the safety messages the state Transportation department posts on its 250 digital message boards along Missouri’s interstates and other major highways.
Pembroke Hill leads the Class 3 state golf championships after the opening day at Silo Ridge Golf and Country Club in Bolivar.
Gannon Withers of New Bloomfield shot an 84 on Monday in the opening round of the Class 1 state golf championships at Meadow Lake Acres Country Club.
Kory Franks of Blair Oaks was on his game Monday on the opening day of the Class 2 state golf championships.
CAMDENTON — The Helias Lady Crusaders blanked the Warrensburg Lady Tigers 10-0 in the semifinals of the Class 3 District 13 Tournament.
WESTPHALIA — The Blair Oaks Falcons rolled to an 11-0 win in five innings Monday night against the Cuba Wildcats in the Class 3 District 9 Tournament.
KAISER — The Helias Crusaders dropped a 2-0 decision Monday to the Bolivar Liberators in the semifinals of the Class 4 District 10 Tournament.
When Justin Smith decided that his body wouldn’t let him perform up to his own lofty standards, he knew it was time to stop playing.
Gabe Trowbridge of Jefferson City shot a 76 on the first day of the Class 4 state golf championships Monday at the Sedalia Country Club.
The Helias tennis team’s season came to a close Monday, as the Crusaders competed in the Class 1 District 8 individual tournament at Washington Park.