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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.
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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.
The Jefferson City News Tribune received awards in several categories from the Missouri Advertising Managers Association at its recent annual meeting.
Vienna had just three hits but scored seven runs on eight walks and four hit batsmen to defeat Newburg 7-6 on Saturday in the Stoutland Spring Classic.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays dropped a 2-1 decision Saturday afternoon in PKs to Ursuline Academy.
Napheesa Collier totaled 31 points while pulling down 19 rebounds Saturday to lead Incarnate Word to a 60-27 victory against MICDS in the Class 4 girls basketball state championship game at Mizzou Arena.
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The signs of spring, which began Friday, include the appearance of orange barrels designating the renewal of roadway construction season.
Pact could bring California community college students to LU
Lincoln University announced Friday it has reached a “new agreement that will bring continued educational opportunities for community college graduates from the state of California.”
COLUMBIA — The Helias girls soccer team dropped its season opener Friday, losing 3-2 to Rock Bridge in penalty kicks.
The Lincoln softball team fell to 2-20 on the season with two losses to Fort Hays State on Friday at Lincoln Field.
BOLIVAR — It took 12 innings to do it, but the Lincoln baseball team finally picked up its first win of the season Friday.
The Missouri baseball team beat a top-10 team for the first time in more than a year Friday, defeating No. 6 South Carolina 3-2 at Taylor Stadium.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Missouri softball dropped the opening game of a three-game series to No. 14 Tennessee on Friday, 12-4.
STE. GENEVIEVE — The Linn baseball team began its season on the right foot Friday, defeating Father Tolton 12-6 in the Valle Catholic Tournament.
STOUTLAND — The St. Elizabeth Hornets dropped a 6-3 decision Friday to Stoutland.
The Helias Crusaders defeated Jefferson City and Blair Oaks in a junior varsity triangular Friday at the Oak Hills Golf Center.
The Missouri football team will host Idaho in 2017, the university announced Friday.
ST. LOUIS — Drake Houdashelt of Missouri will wrestle for the NCAA title at 149 pounds after capturing his semifinal Friday night.
On Friday night
SPRINGFIELD — Missouri State dropped a 78-72 decision Friday night to Tulsa in the opening round of the Women’s NIT.
We’re on board with the notion that a fundamental knowledge of civics should be required for students to complete a high school education.
ST. LOUIS — The Missouri Tigers had three wrestlers go 2-0 Thursday in the opening round of the NCAA Wrestling Championships.
KANSAS CITY — The Columbia College Cougars saw their season come to an end with a 74-68 loss to Our Lady of the Lake University in the first round of the NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship on Thursday.
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — The Missouri Tigers outscored Northern Iowa by four points in each half and claimed a 69-61 win in the opening round of the WNIT on Thursday night.
William Jewell jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning Wednesday afternoon on its way to a 12-1 victory against the Lincoln Blue Tigers in softball action at Lincoln Field.
The Missouri S&T Miners scored multiple runs in five of the six innings Wednesday afternoon in a 22-7 victory against the Lincoln Blue Tigers in baseball action shortened by rain at Lincoln Field.
The Lincoln softball picked up its second win of the season by taking the second game of a doubleheader with the Quincy Hawks on Tuesday at Lincoln Field.
A Stover man was charged in federal court Tuesday for making threats against the President of the United States.
Commitment, communication, caring — these are among valuable traits for young people.
The Missouri women’s basketball team will make its third consecutive appearance in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament after earning a bid Monday.
Central Oklahoma belted nine home runs Monday on its way to a 31-7 victory against the Lincoln Blue Tigers in baseball action at Lincoln Field.
Recognizing that St. Patrick’s Day celebrations may involve alcohol saturation, Missouri law enforcement agencies are conducting a saturation campaign of their own.
A structure fire and several other incidents kept Jefferson City Fire Department crews busy, Sunday.
The Central Oklahoma Bronchos pounded out six home runs while powering themselves to 16-4 and 10-3 wins against the Lincoln Blue Tigers on Sunday at Lincoln Field.
The Northeastern State RiverHawks racked up 28 runs on 38 hits while sweeping a softball doubleheader with Lincoln on Sunday at Lincoln Field.
News Tribune editorial
How does our collective crisis in confidence affect you? Where will it lead?
This week, candidates for Jefferson City mayor respond to questions submitted by a News Tribune reader concerning gifts to elected officials.