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Missouri Inmate Charged With Second-Degree Murder

KENNETT, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri inmate has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a woman whose body was found lying by a southwest Missouri road two years ago. The Daily Dunklin Democrat reports that 35-year-old Glenn Morgan also faces two counts of distribution of a controlled substance in Dunklin County

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News Anchor’s Revelation He Has 6 Months to Live Will Leave You Weeping

This breaking news will break your heart.

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Five Arrests Made In A Sedalia STING

The Sedalia STING Unit arrested 49-year-old Lisa Carlock, 39-year-old Teri Hensley, 48-year-old Ronald Pace, 48-year-old John Strunk and 51-year-old Beth Ford after conducting a STING operation with Sedalia Police and a K9 Unit at 1501 East 9th Street in Sedalia on Friday (Sept

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Freddie Sisemore Jr. Arrested In A STING

The Sedalia STING Unit arrested 35-year-old Freddie Sisemore Jr. on Sept. 9, after conducting a drug related search warrant at 409 East. 6th Street.

The Sedalia Police Department's Drug Enforcement Unit and Criminal Investigations Bureau and Sedalia Police found two adults in the home they searched

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The Salvation Army Needs Sedalia’s Volunteers [INTERVIEW]

At the mention of the phrase "Salvation Army," it's likely you'll immediately imagine a person standing outside a local store with a bell and a bright red bucket. The bell is to get your attention. The bucket is to receive your donation. 

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Farm Bill Still Passes In Recount

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A recount of a Missouri farming rights amendment appears to have confirmed its passage. Opponents of the measure had asked for a recount after the official tally from the August election showed the proposed constitutional amendment passing by a margin of 2,490 votes out of nearly 1 million cast

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of Monday, September 15, 2014

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Monday, September 15, 2014.

Two Vehicles Reported Stolen in Pettis County

A man in the 5600 Block of South Limit, reported to Pettis County Deputies that his Chevy Malibu was stolen by somebody that he knows, yesterday (Sept. 14).

A man r

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Clyde Lewis Of Ground Zero Recovering (Courtesy of Ground Zero Facebook)

Clyde Lewis From Ground Zero Recovering

Fans of the Ground Zero show got quite the scare last week, when Clyde Lewis was hosting the show and left the radio show suddenly for medical reasons. He has missed shows in the past for medical reasons dealing

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Sportsman's Challenge
2014 Sportsman's Challenge

Sportsman’s Challenge [PHOTOS]

The very first Sedalia Sportsman's Challenge was held on Saturday, September 7 at the Sedalia Rod & Gun Club. We'd like to thank the teams that came out for the first event and thank our sponsors, I-Land Internet Services, Vinson's Gun and Ammo Supply, Warssaw Archery, Family Pawn , Mossy Oak and all the teams that came out for the competition.

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Miss Missouri: Jessica Hartman (courtesy of Miss America Organization)

Miss Missouri Ready For Miss America

Tonight (Sept. 14) is the annual Miss America Pageant, which will air on ABC at 7 pm Central.

Missouri will be represented by 23-year-old Jessica Hartman, who is a broadcast student at Lindenwood University in Columbia.

Each woman has a program that they promote during their reign as

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