Reports are streaming out of Boston after two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
According to reports from the Associated Press, two people are dead and more than 50 people have been injured as of 5 p.m. Monday.
We've aggregated a list of sources for live coverage of the explosions.
You can also follow coverage of the explosions on Twitter using the hashtag #BostonMarathon.
The Boston Globe is covering the explosions at the Boston Marathon via a live blog on its website.
The Boston Herald covered developments with the Boston Marathon explosions throughout the afternoon including a story of witnesses describing the chaos at the finish line and of the Boston Police announcement of the ongoing investigation.
Boston's NPR affiliate WBUR covered the explosions through a live blog and posted a story about offering marathoners a place to stay in the wake of Monday's events.
The New York Times published live updates throughout the afternoon about the explosions, including a video interview of a witness at the blasts.
NBC News posted videos of the explosions and reactions including a special report of the tragedy.
MU Chancellor Brady Deaton and UM System President Tim Wolfe both expressed their sympathies all those affected in Boston on Twitter:
Shocked & saddened by injuries & deaths in Boston that are impossible to understand. We send the Mizzou family's thoughts & prayers.— Brady Deaton (@MUChancellor) April 15, 2013
Thoughts and prayers are with all my Boston friends and families.This is tragic.— Tim Wolfe (@UMPrez) April 15, 2013
At the Missourian, we are checking in on the Boston Marathon runners who listed themselves as being from Columbia. We've been gathering updates on their safety through social media, and people are sharing updates on our Facebook thread here. We have the full list of those participants here.