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Vitae Foundation and LIFE Runners are hosting the Second Annual America’s Pro-Life Half Marathon/5K Oct. 24 at Katy Trail State Park.
The 1-year-old Jefferson City boy hit by a Jefferson City police vehicle last Wednesday was released from University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia and is recovering at home.
Macy Berhost led the Lady Comets to a 5-1 victory over Eugene Monday.
The Thomas Jefferson middle school volleyball teams went 1-2 against Gentry Monday.
The Helias Crusaders racked up a combined 14 goals while cruising to varsity and JV win against Father Tolton on Monday.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays advanced two players to the Class 2 sectional tournament by virtue of their finishes Monday in the Class 2 District 4 Tournament at Tanglewood Golf Club.
The Helias Lady Crusaders repeated as district golf team champions by taking the Class 1 District 3 title Monday at Redfield Golf and Country Club.
A federal grand jury indicted a St. Louis man for illegally possessing a firearm following a chase in July where a Jefferson City police officer was injured.
An evening of dining, entertainment and fund-raising auctions will highlight the annual Forget Me Not Gala on Nov. 6.
COLUMBIA — The Columbia College Cougars dropped a pair of games during the weekend, falling 2-1 to Ottawa University on Saturday before losing 3-2 to Ashford University on Sunday.
OLATHE, Kan. — The William Woods Owls went 2-2 over the weekend in action at the MidAmerica Nazarene Rachel Magana Memorial Tournament.
ROLLA — The Missouri S&T Miners won a pair of Great Lakes Valley Conference matches this weekend, topping Saint Joseph’s and Indianapolis.
COLUMBIA — The Thomas Jefferson seventh- and eighth-grade volleyball teams played in their conference tournament Saturday at Hickman High School.
WARRENTON — The Helias Lady Crusaders went 5-0 to capture the title in the Warrenton Ninth Grade Tournament on Saturday.
The Helias Lady Crusaders won every match they played while sweeping the singles and doubles flights to capture the title at the Hannibal Tournament on Saturday.
The Calvary Lutheran cross country team took part in the Hermitage Invitational on Saturday.
Maddie Stricklan set a new Vienna softball single-season home run record in a tournament championship win over the weekend.
A five-year-old Fulton girl was killed after being hit by a vehicle Friday evening in Callaway County.
A Jefferson City man was placed on five years supervised probation for pleading guilty to charges in connection with a domestic violence incident in April in Apache Flats.
The Jefferson City Jays dropped a 1-0 decision Friday to the Sedalia Smith-Cotton Tigers in the opening round of the Kickapoo Shootout.
CAMDENTON — Lucas Rehagen scored a hat trick Friday as the Fatima Comets defeated Springfield Parkview 6-0 in the Laker Shootout.
IBERIA — Tanner Wilde-Prenger belted two home runs Friday to lead the St. Elizabeth Hornets to a 7-2 victory against the Iberia Rangers.
VIENNA — Maddie Stricklan set a single-season school record for home runs Friday in Vienna’s 18-3 victory against Laquey in four innings.
COLUMBIA — The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons went 1-1 on Friday on the opening day of the Hickman Tournament.
COLUMBIA — The Jefferson City Lady Jays advanced to the semifinals of the Kewpie Classic with a pair of victories Friday.
COLUMBIA – The Missouri Tigers won a pair of games from Lakeland Community College on Friday by scores of 16-4 and 11-0.
The Lewis and Clark seventh-grade team defeated the Waynesville eighth-grade team in an A-B doubleheader Thursday at Adkins Stadium.
The Helias Lady Crusaders and the Fatima Lady Comets are in the latest edition of the state rankings as compiled by the Missouri High School Volleyball Coaches Association.
The sheriff’s departments in both Cole and Callaway counties will keep the “In God We Trust” signs on their vehicles despite a request to remove them.
The Russellville Lady Indians dropped a 25-15, 25-13 decision Thursday to the Eugene Lady Eagles.
Olivia Buechter and Brooke Struemph had two hits each Thursday for St. Elizabeth in the Lady Hornets’ 4-2 loss to the Crocker Lady Lions.
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons swept a JV doubleheader Thursday from the Fatima Lady Comets.
St. Joseph’s Cathedral finished first on the boys side and second in the girls division in a PAL meet Wednesday.
The Helias Lady Crusaders defeated Russellville and Eugene on Thursday at Oak Hills in Helias’ last regular-season match.
The Thomas Jefferson volleyball teams fell to Camdenton on Thursday.
Kayli LeCuru was 3-of-4 with a two-run homer, but Helias came up short Thursday against Boonville, falling 8-7.
The Helias Lady Crusaders dropped just four games in posting a 9-0 win against Father Tolton on Thursday at Washington Park.
The Rock Bridge Bruins had one player with 14 kills. The Helias Lady Crusaders had 10 different players with kills. Give the advantage to the team effort.
The Blair Oaks Falcons placed fourth at Thursday’s eight-team Rolla Invitational, while the Lady Falcons came in fifth.
Taylor Stockman had six kills and Sadie Turner had 10 assists as the Blair Oaks Lady Falcons defeated Fatima 25-11, 25-19 on Thursday.
Columbia College improved to 7-1 with a 12-0 victory Wednesday against Stephens College.
Lewis and Clark dropped a pair games to Lange Middle School on Thursday.
A federal lawsuit brought forth in July by three present or former Cole County Jail inmates was dismissed Thursday in federal court in Jefferson City.
The Jefferson City Police Department issued 623 citations during the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” enforcement campaign from Aug. 21 through Sept. 7.
The Russellville Indians captured a win in their home finale in a quad featuring Eugene, New Bloomfield and Eldon at the Redfield Golf Course. Russellville won with a score of 208, Eugene finished with a 213, New Bloomfield posted a 216 and Eldon wrapped it up with a 224 score.
Elijah Korenberg earned Helias’ first shutout of the year as the Crusaders defeated Rolla 2-0 Wednesday. Nick Brandt scored an unassisted goal, and Arris Pardolas’ goal was assisted by Ben Mitan.
The Lewis and Clark volleyball teams came away with a 4-0 day as they swept West Middle School Wednesday.
Lauren Plunkett shot a 40 to medal and lead Helias to a win against Camdenton and Southern Boone on Wednesday. Helias shot a 180, Camdenton carded a 194, and Southern Boone shot a 222. Lebanon competed but did not field a full team.
The Missouri Highway Patrol is investigating an accident where a Jefferson City police officer hit an infant child who apparently ran out into the street, Wednesday morning.
“A Night to Shine,” a prom hosted for people with special needs, will be hosted Feb. 12 at Capital West Christian Church, thanks to a recent sponsorship by the Tim Tebow Foundation.