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A Henley man is charged with breaking into a restaurant in Wardsville early Monday morning.
A Jefferson City man has been charged with assaulting a woman while she was in a shower.
Jefferson City Public School officials said three seventh-grade boys have received in-school discipline for trying to sell a fake drug to fellow students.
A Jefferson City man and woman have each been charged with one count of first-degree burglary for breaking into a home on East Capitol Avenue on Sunday afternoon.
As Cole County R-1 Schools host the Class 3 District 8 boys and girls basketball tournaments this week, board members learned the school has been urged to host the district track meet in the near future.
A big first half led the Chamois Lady Pirates to an opening-round win in the Class 1 District 9 Tournament.
The St. Stanislaus sixth-grade team became the 2014 Catholic Bowl Champions after claiming a 35-31 win against St. Joseph Cathedral on Sunday.
A.J. Grellner scored 19 points to lead No. 4 Russellville past No. 5 Stover in the first round of the Class 2 District 8 Tournament on Monday.
The Calvary Lutheran Lions got their first win ever in district play, and they did it in dramatic fashion.
The Jays Kids Wrestling Club competed in Clinton on Sunday.
The future appears bright for the spirit of volunteerism in Central Missouri.
The Lincoln women’s indoor track and field team won six events and set four meet records at the DePauw University Classic on Saturday.
The Snob Shop Exchange owners, Nikki and Davy Payne, are taking on a second business, opening Fine Mess Boutique at 222 E. High St. in downtown Jefferson City.
Here are the results for area wrestlers in the Missouri State High School Activities Association Championships at Mizzou Arena.
In Jefferson City
Jefferson City issued 34 building permits in January.
Former Blair Oaks standout Alora Marble picked up her first career win as a Missouri Tiger after throwing a complete-game shutout in an 8-0 win against Fordham on Friday.
The Missouri baseball team fell to 3-3 on the year after losing two of its first three games as part of a five-day road trip to North Carolina.
It was a long day of softball for the Lincoln Blue Tigers. So long they were forced to stop.
The Jefferson City Lady Jays picked up a 37-28 victory against Glendale on Saturday afternoon.
Lincoln men, women lose in Saturday's action on the court
Lincoln University junior Mike Smith led three Blue Tigers in double figures with a game-high 21 points, but it wasn’t enough as Lindenwood posted an 82-75 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association win Saturday.
The Russellville Indians picked up a 58-50 overtime victory against Chamois.
The Blair Oaks Falcons are the Class 1 state wrestling champions.
News Tribune editorial
A state senator is attempting to thwart an end run by death penalty opponents.
A female was transported to a Jefferson City hospital early today after she jumped off the Missouri River Bridge, landing on the ground below.
The Blair Oaks Falcons will have three wrestlers going for state championships today.
The Jefferson City Jays entered Friday with four wrestlers still alive in the Class 4 state tournament.
Jacob Schulte of Helias went 1-1 on Friday and was eliminated from the Class 3 state wrestling tournament.
It’s coming down to the final stretch. And the Lincoln men’s and women’s basketball teams will look to finish strong when the Blue Tigers travel to St. Charles for the last road game of the season. The Lincoln women (5-19, 2-15) will take on Lindenwood (13-11, 8-9) at 1 p.m., while the Blue Tiger men (3-22, 1-16) will square off against the Lions (10-17, 5-12) at 3 p.m. in Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association matchups today at Hyland Arena.
A.J. Grellner scored 22 points to lead Russellville past Chamois 42-39 on Friday.
St. Elizabeth ended the regular season with a bang. The Lady Hornets rolled to a 70-20 victory against Calvary Lutheran on Friday night.
Zane Humphreys’ double-double sent Tuscumbia past New Bloomfield 65-57 on Friday night.
The California Pintos closed the regular season Friday night with a 59-38 victory against the Tipton Cardinals.
Calvary Lutheran used a second-half rally to top St. Elizabeth 59-53 on Friday night.
In boys basketball
The Helias Crusaders jumped out to a big lead and held on for a 61-52 victory against Whitfield on Friday night.
Ban texting while driving for all motorists
The thought of a driver trying to type a text message while navigating a 4,000-pound projectile is frightening.
Westminster senior and California High School graduate Leigh Ann Lutz was named Thursday to the Capital One Academic All-America Third Team.
Trevor Dusheke’s career night sent Calvary Lutheran past Tuscumbia 57-52 on Thursday.
The St. Stanislaus sixth-grade team claimed a 53-6 win against Our Lady of Snows in the first round of the Annual Catholic Bowl on Wednesday.
Fatima held off a late charge to defeat Linn 57-53 on Thursday night.
Russellville outscored New Bloomfield 23-11 in the first half and held on for a 35-31 win Thursday.
Paige Nolte scored as many points as Eugene to help the Chamois Lady Pirates beat the Lady Eagles 49-29 on Thursday.
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons are Tri-County Conference champions.
Higher education is high on the list of topics being discussed this legislative session.
Dylan Cooper and Dylan Tate both finished with a double-double Wednesday night to lead the Tipton Cardinals to a 68-66 win against the Smithton Tigers.
The Eugene Eagles picked up victory No. 21 of the season Wednesday night with an 88-38 win against the Eldon Mustangs.
A 45 year old Holts Summit man was arrested Wednesday on child pornography charges.
Clashes between state and federal law continue with Missouri lawmakers advancing proposed changes to the federal Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The William Woods Owls swept the weekly softball honors handed out by the American Midwest Conference as Lindsey LeCuru and MacKenzie Bowden were honored Tuesday.
The Blair Oaks Kids Club sent four wrestlers to Holden and four more to Fulton last weekend.
The Calvary Lutheran Lady Lions celebrated Senior Night by rolling to a 49-20 win against the Missouri School for the Deaf.