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The Fatima Comets began the season on a high note Tuesday, defeating Fulton 10-0 at home.
The Helias girls golf team defeated Bolivar and Marshfield on Tuesday at Silo Ridge.
Brooke Kremer totaled six RBI, including two to win the game in the ninth inning, as Russellville defeated Harrisburg 17-14 on Tuesday.
Vienna defeated St. James on Tuesday, 4-1, behind a big day at the plate for Maddie Stricklan. Stricklan was 3-for-3 with a home run, a double and two RBI.
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons rode the pitching and hitting of Payton Staggs to a season-opening, 9-0 win against St. Elizabeth on Tuesday.
Hayley Dorton drove in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to propel the Linn Lady Wildcats to a 2-1 win against Jamestown on Tuesday.
Add ‘flakka’ to the list of highly addictive, potentially lethal synthetic drugs.
A Jefferson City woman was treated for moderate injuries after being hit by a vehicle, Tuesday morning.
On Tuesday at just before 1:30 a.m., Jefferson City police attempted to stop the driver of a vehicle who was known to have a municipal warrant for her arrest.
The Fatima Lady Comets picked up their first win of the season Monday, defeating Rock Bridge 9-3.
Jordyn Steffen and Jessica Lineback combined on the shutout Monday as Vienna topped Tuscumbia 10-0 in five innings.
The Fatima Lady Comets opened the season with a 25-15, 25-22 win against Hickman.
The Jefferson City Jays moved up one spot in the state football rankings released this morning.
The Helias Lady Crusaders topped three teams in a quad Monday at the Oak Hills Golf Center.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays defeated Eldon in a dual Monday at Meadow Lake Acres Country Club.
The Jefferson City High School junior varsity football team began the season with a win Monday. The Jays defeated McCluer North at Adkins Stadium, 38-12.
The Helias freshman and sophomore team posted a 48-7 victory Monday against Hermann to open its season at Helias Field.
The Jefferson City Jays opened the freshman season Monday with a 50-0 victory against McCluer North at Adkins Stadium.
A New Bloomfield teenager was treated for serious injuries after an accident involving three all-terrain vehicles Monday morning in Callaway County.
The Cole County Fire Protection district responded to a structure fire at Eggan Lane Saturday morning.
Defeat Jefferson City for title
The Helias Lady Crusaders tennis team captured the title Saturday in the Southwest Missouri Invitational at the Cooper Tennis Complex. Helias defeated Jefferson City 5-4 in the title match.
The Jefferson City Jays opened the season Saturday afternoon with a 2-0 loss to the C.B.C. Cadets.
Two Mid-Missourians remained in the hospital Saturday evening after they were injured in area traffic accidents.
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Wearing shirts sporting the word “Service,” about 700 Lincoln University student volunteers performed a half-day of community services at various venues throughout the community.
The Fatima Lady Comets came up short of a win in their first game of the season Friday, losing 6-5 to Battle.
The Helias boys soccer team kicked off the year with a bang Friday, defeating Camdenton 5-1 at 179 soccer park. The win was the first for new coach Michael Metzger.
The Helias girls tennis team was victorious in the first two rounds of the Southwest Missouri Invitational on Friday.
The Vienna Lady Eagles fell to Iberia in five innings in both teams’ season openers, 14-4.
Drunk driving is no accident. It results from an impaired decision, and it causes accidents.
Since the beginning of August, Jefferson City police have been investigating a number of vehicle break-in’s throughout the Jefferson City area.
A Mokane man died in an ATV accident Thursday afternoon in Callaway County.
Eagles return 18 starters
The Southern Boone Eagles are looking to build off the momentum of last football season.
Having a common-sense dress code must remain separate from allegations of “victim-blaming” and “a culture that excuses sexual violence.”
A small kitchen fire caused a short evacuation at Trinity Lutheran School on Thursday morning.
A Freeburg man has pleaded guilty to a fatal boating accident in July 2014. Daniel Berhorst, 30, charged with misdemeanor boating while intoxicated, must pay a $300 fine along with court costs.
A St. Louis woman was placed on five years supervised probation after pleading guilty in Cole County to charges in connection with a theft from a Jefferson City business and a car chase with authorities in November 2014.
An Eldon woman was arrested following a one-vehicle accident in Miller County on Tuesday.
The deadline to submit applications for the Made in Missouri Leadership awards has been extended to Friday.
Excitement, expansion, excellence — those were among themes emphasized by educators as area schools begin their fall terms.
Seven area teams received votes in the preseason state high school football poll released this morning. Five of the teams are in the top 10 of their respective classes.
Larry Fennewald shot a hole-in-one Tuesday at the Oak Hills Golf Center.
Heart disease is America’s leading killer, so it is no surprise it touches many lives both in Central Missouri and nationwide.
A Ukrainian national pleaded guilty in federal court in Jefferson City to her role in a marriage fraud conspiracy aimed at enabling her to remain in the United States and seek citizenship.
Two area residents were killed Sunday in two separate accidents.
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We support Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of a bill to raise court fees in specific Missouri counties, including Cole County, to finance capital projects.
From Abandoned Buildings Registry to the Golden Hammer Award, the former Missouri Power and Light power plant at 400 W. Main St. in Jefferson City's Millbottom area has transformed.
Titans linebacker Zaviar Gooden was driven off the field in the second quarter with a hamstring injury in Friday night’s NFL exhibition game against the Falcons in Atlanta.
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The Missouri State Fair is underway, again shining a spotlight on the continuing importance of agriculture in our state.
DISH Network subscribers may not be able to watch local CBS affiliate KRCG on the satellite TV service after today.
Brian White has joined the Missouri athletic department as senior associate athletics director for development, the school announced Friday. White comes to Missouri as the department’s chief development officer, having most recently served as associate athletic director for development at the United States Military Academy.