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James Horn Jr. home
James Horn Jr. home (Courtesy of Kevin Walker)

Photos From Search For James Horn Jr.

Sedalia Police and various law enforcement swarmed the home of James Horn Jr. yesterday (May 21) in hopes that he had returned, however after several hours of surrounding the home there was no sign of him inside. A robot was sent into the home and then a SWAT team, but James Horn Jr. still remains at large.

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Sedalia Police at Scene

Law Enforcement Surround Home At 15th And Marvin

Sedalia Police, Missouri State Highway Patrol have surrounded a home in the area of 15th and Marvin that is believed to be where James Horn Jr. may be at. The home has been surrounded since early this morning, when a Sedalia Police Officer located a car that met the description of one that was at the scene of the double-homicide in Clinto

Crime Scene

Double Homicide In Clinton Linked To Sedalia Kidnapping

According to reports, Clinton Police Officers responded to a double homicide in the 700 Block of East Franklin Street around 4:30 this morning (May 21).

The victims were identified as 46 year old Sandra Kay Sutton and her son, 17 year old Zachary Wade Sutton

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David Letterman final entrance

Watch David Letterman’s Final ‘Late Show’ Entrance Ahead of Tonight’s Farewell

You don’t have to wait until later tonight to begin saying goodbye to David Letterman (though if you’re like us, you’ve already started that process) — you can do it right now. The venerable, longtime Late Show host is ending his 33-year run with tonight’s episode, which promises to be a fantastic, hilarious and appropriately heartwarming sendoff. But before we get to that, you can watch Letterman’s final Late Show entrance right now.

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Honor Flight
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Show-Me Honor Flight Radio Thon: May 21, 2015

The Show-Me Honor Flight Radiothon will be held on Thursday, May 21, 2015.  We’re giving you a chance to help send World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War Veterans to Washington D.C. to see their memorials

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used car airbag
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Largest Auto Recall Ever — Takata Recalls 34 Million Cars for Airbag Repairs

The Japanese auto parts maker Takata has admitted that its airbags are defective, resulting in the largest automobile recall ever, some 34 million cars. In fact, it may be the biggest recall of any product ever.

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Boil Order for Country Acres in Knob Noster
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Boil Order Issued For Eastern Houstonia

The City of Houstonia has issued a boil order, due to a water main break, for the eastern side of Houstonia. The boil order will go on for a period of 24 hours, until Wednesday afternoon (May 20).

Brig. General VanHerck
Brig. General VanHerck With UCM President Ambrose

Wing Access Set To Launch With UCM

WARRENSBURG, MO (May 18, 2015) – Celebrating the strong partnership the University of Central Missouri enjoys with Whiteman Air Force Base and its leadership, the university in fall 2015 will launch its new Wing Access initiative to provide priority registration benefits for active duty military personnel, their dependents, and veterans

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Proposal
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Straight-A Student Gets Surprise Proposal During Graduation

This college grad is swapping the cap and gown for a wedding gown.

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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 
Lt. Col. (Ret.) Harry Cunningham addresses Smith-Cotton Army JROTC cadets and supporters during the program's annual awards ceremony April 17, 2014, in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. Cunningham, who retired as the Tiger Battalion's Senior Army Instructor, is returning to lead the program.
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Lt. Col. (Ret.) Harry Cunningham addresses Smith-Cotton Army JROTC cadets and supporters during the program's annual awards ceremony April 17, 2014, in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. Cunningham, who retired as the Tiger Battalion's Senior Army Instructor, is returning to lead the program.

Lt. Col (Retired) Harry Cunningham Returning to Smith-Cotton High School Army JROTC Program

Lt. Col. (Ret.) Harry Cunningham, who led the Smith-Cotton High School Army JROTC program from 2009 to 2014, is returning to the position of Senior Army Instructor for the Tiger Battalion.

Cunningham retired at the end of the 2013-14 school year and was replaced by Lt

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