Both team and individual district competitions were held over the past three days for Class 1, District 16, with the Savannah Savages advancing to sectionals on Thursday, followed by a dominant Chillicothe Hornet showing on Thursday.
ST. LOUIS - The American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and a St. Louis Public Radio reporter filed a lawsuit Thursday against the Missouri Department of Corrections.
A Trenton woman, accused of taking funeral expense donations for her own personal use, has been placed on probation. 34 year old Elizabeth Glass appeared in the associate division of Grundy county circuit court.
EL CAJON, Calif. (AP) -- An Iraqi immigrant convicted of beating his wife to death in what police initially believed was a hate crime could get life in prison at his sentencing scheduled for Thursday in San Diego County Superior Court.
North Central Missouri College women's basketball coach Jenni Croy has announced her fourth recruit for next year's team.
Pictured seated from left to right: Saige Glassford (sister); Siera Glassford; and Evora Glassford (mother). Standing are Jeff Glassford (father); Jenni Croy, NCMC Head Lady Pirates Basketball Coach; and Fort Osage Assistant Coach Tyler Cesonis
Trenton native Aubrey Utley finished her senior season at Central Methodist University with a record of 26-3, taking the loss in a season-ending 6-1 final against LSU Alexandria on Wednesday afternoon.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Jurors in the murder trial of a mother who fatally shot her two teenage children had to decide between two scenarios: the prosecution's argument that Julie Schenecker knew what she was doing when she aimed a .38-caliber handgun loaded with hollow-point bullets at her children's heads; or the defense's explanation that the former military linguist was legally insane at the time.
The Princeton Board of Education has given its permission for the school district to apply for a U.S. Department of Agriculture rural development grant to help replace the flooring in the Stacy Center gymnasium.
Hunters posted the third spring turkey harvest increase in a row, bettering last yearâ€™s number by more than 1,000 birds. Hunters checked over 43 thousand (43,273) turkeys during Missouriâ€™s regular spring turkey season April 21 through May 11.