Choose Your News
At first, Kade Franks didn't have any doubt the ball would clear the left-center fence in the third inning. As he rounded first base, some... [Read More]
The Aurora Houn' Dawgs owned the strike zone Thursday. [Read More]
The Blair Oaks Lady Falcons are hoping to make a splash in the first track event today in the Class 3 state track and field... [Read More]
The Helias Crusaders and Lady Crusaders have increased their amount of qualifiers for the Class 4 state track and field championships. [Read More]
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but access to fresh fruit will keep the community vibrant. [Read More]
Shayann Bynum and her friends said they remember eating lunch on their laps due to lack of space and limited number of chairs. [Read More]
Surrounded by stone-faced allies, President Donald Trump rebuked fellow NATO members Thursday for failing to meet the military alliance's financial benchmarks, asserting that leaves it... [Read More]
GPS monitoring devices will be removed from more than 400 Missouri sex offenders after Cole County Circuit Court Judge Daniel Green issued a preliminary injunction... [Read More]
Ameren Missouri customers wouldn't likely see a significant increase in their monthly electricity bills under a proposal allowing manufacturers that use a lot of electricity... [Read More]
The rezoning of two trailer parks within Holts Summit city limits was nixed earlier this month after receiving pushback from several residents and the parks'... [Read More]
Three Jefferson City public schools have received national recognition for their work in character education. [Read More]
One person was injured in a single-vehicle crash Wednesday in Cole County. [Read More]
William Woods junior Madelyn Scrivner gave their Owls their first All-American of the NAIA Track and Field National Championship, finishing in seventh place in the... [Read More]
Mike Middleton will serve as Lincoln University's interim president effective June 1, the LU Board of Curators announced Thursday. [Read More]
An animal shelter in central Missouri has officially ended its use of a gas chamber to euthanize animals. [Read More]
Memorial Day is Monday, May 29, with some area communities holding activities during the three-day weekend. [Read More]
Improvements to Cole R-1 Schools will start this summer, thanks to the recently passed bond issue. [Read More]
The St. Elizabeth Hornets were hoping they'd landed the knockout blow. St. Elizabeth scored two runs in the top of the sixth... [Read More]
Why did the armadillo cross the road? Well, mostly they don't make it. Armadillo road kill is increasingly evident around town. [Read More]
In Sunday's News Tribune we detailed a nationwide problem that, according to a new study, is also affecting Missouri and Jefferson City. [Read More]