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One NFL-related drought continues for the Lincoln Blue Tigers, but they’re hoping another one could come to an end soon.
COLUMBIA — The Missouri softball team closed out the regular season on a high note Sunday, beating Florida, the nation’s top-ranked team, by a 3-2 score in eight innings.
COLUMBIA — The Missouri baseball team narrowly missed recording a sweep of Mississippi this weekend, winning the first two games comfortably before taking a close setback in the series finale.
Thomas Jefferson and Lewis and Clark took part in the Capital City Eighth Grade Relays that were held Friday at Adkins Stadium.
CALIFORNIA — The California Pintos and the Eldon Lady Mustangs captured team honors Thursday at the Guy Rush Memorial Invitational.
MOKANE — The South Callaway Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs both took second Saturday at the South Callaway Invitational.
COLUMBIA — Blair Oaks, Fatima and Versailles were among the teams competing Saturday at the Battle Spartan Invitational.
BELTON — The Jefferson City Jays claimed the title Friday at the Joe Falcon Invitational.
EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. — The Jefferson City Jays won their first Edwardsville Invitational title this weekend, going 4-0 in the 16-team tennis tournament.
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Mean machines, classic coupes, hot rods and other vehicles cruised Friday into the annual Magic Dragon Street Meet Nationals for the three-day festival on the Bagnell Dam Strip in Lake Ozark.
The Helias Crusaders went 2-0 on Saturday, posting victories against Parkway South and Nixa.
The Linn Wildcats allowed just two runs Saturday in victories against Cuba and North County.
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In connection with the May observance of Motorcycle Awareness Month, a public safety campaign is being coordinated by the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety.
WESTPHALIA — The Linn Wildcats carved out a 7-3 win against the Fatima Comets on Friday in a battle of state-ranked teams.
The Thomas Jefferson boys won the title Thursday in the Capital City Seventh Grade Relays held at Adkins Stadium.
CENTRALIA — The Blair Oaks JV teams took part in the Centralia JV Invitational on Thursday.
WARRENTON — It was a very successful few days on the track for Kaitlyn Shea.
COLUMBIA — The Jefferson City Lady Jays won four events in the Hickman Relays that were held Thursday.
CALIFORNIA — California teammates Adam Burkett and Josh Woodruff both captured two event titles Tuesday at the California Invitational.
BURLINGTON, Iowa — The Jefferson City Lady Jays got their first win in the Tournament of Champions on Friday, while the Helias Lady Crusaders suffered another loss.
The Blair Oaks C team split a doubleheader with Helias on Friday at Babe Ruth Field.
Former Missouri offensive lineman
KANSAS CITY — The Kansas City Chiefs attempted to shore up their porous offensive line by selecting Mitch Morse from nearby Missouri with their second-round pick in Friday night’s NFL draft.
Friday’s scheduled game between the Helias Crusaders and Hannibal Pirates was a non-starter at the American Legion Post 5 Sports Complex.
Here’s a novel criminal defense strategy — Missouri’s constitutional right to farm trumps state law prohibiting growing marijuana.
An Osage Beach police officer was critically injured when he was struck by a pickup truck during a traffic stop Thursday morning.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays and Helias Lady Crusaders both dropped their opening soccer games Thursday in the Heartland Lodge bracket of the Tournament of Champions.
Will Robertson hit two home runs Thursday to lead the Fatima Comets to a 13-0 win in five innings against the Tuscumbia Lions.
The Blair Oaks C team dropped a doubleheader in a pair of five-inning games Thursday to Camdenton.
The Blair Oaks Falcons cruised to a victory in a triangular Thursday at the Oak Hills Golf Center.
EUGENE — The St. Elizabeth Hornets improved to 3-12 by beating the Eugene Eagles 6-5 on Thursday.
The Helias Crusaders blanked the Rolla Bulldogs 9-0 in a tennis dual Thursday at Washington Park.
Bullying is not a new phenomenon, but ongoing research is providing new resources for children and parents.
The final concert of the 79th season for the Jefferson City Symphony will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Mitchell Auditorium on the Lincoln University campus.
Kaitlyn Shea captured two events Tuesday as the Helias Lady Crusaders captured team honors at the Hermann Invitational.
The Helias boys tennis team finished second Wednesday to defending state champion Rock Bridge at the Bruin Invitational, edging out Park Hill and Sedalia Smith-Cotton.
The Jefferson City High School and Helias golf teams finished second and third, respectively, in a quad at Old Hawthorne Country Club on Wednesday.
The Jefferson City Jays defeated Hickman 8-1 in a dual Tuesday at Washington Park.
William Woods began its defense of the American Midwest Conference championship Wednesday with a 7-0 win against fourth-seeded Freed-Hardeman and a 3-2 loss to top-seed Lindenwood-Belleville.
Credit the Jefferson City Board of Education with taking a step to improve communications.
The Jefferson City Hy-Vee is among that company's stores affected by a recall of pasta salad.
On Tuesday, at 9:30 a.m., the Jefferson City Police Department and MUSTANG Drug Task Force served a narcotics search warrant in the 1900 block of Glenwood Drive.
The Linn Wildcats finished off St. Elizabeth in five innings Tuesday, 11-1.
Logan Vogel belted a two-run home run Tuesday to lead the Fatima Comets to a 3-1 victory against the South Callaway Bulldogs.
LEBANON — Bret Jaegers threw a complete game seven-hitter Tuesday to lead Jefferson City High School to a 6-1 defeat of Lebanon.
Karina Esquival scored two goals Tuesday night to lead the Jefferson City Lady Jays to a 4-1 victory against the Sedalia Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers.
EUGENE — The Columbia College women’s golf team took fourth place in the American Midwest Conference Championship that concluded Tuesday after posting a two-day score of 688 (+112).
Action to reduce the electrical costs for a major user has grown from a rate-setting issue to an economic development decision.
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons took second place Monday in the Tri-County Conference Junior Varsity Championships.
The 15th-ranked Missouri softball team fell short of sweeping No. 3 LSU, falling 9-0 in five innings Monday.
The Fort Hays State Tigers hit a pair of home runs in each game and swept a baseball doubleheader with the Lincoln Blue Tigers on Monday at Lincoln Field by scores of 11-2 and 9-1.