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Protests Erupt Over Not Guilty Verdict In Police Officer's Jason Stockley Trial Over Shooting Death Of Anthony Lamar Smith
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Protests in St. Louis Following Stockley Acquittal

Protests broke out Friday afternoon after a judge acquitted a former St. Louis police officer of first-degree murder in the shooting death of a black man following a high-speed chase in 2011.

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Freeman School District

Shooting at Spokane-Area High School Leaves 1 Dead, 3 Wounded

A gunman shot and killed one student and injured three others at Freeman High School in Rockford, Washington, Wednesday morning (Sept. 13). The suspected shooter, identified as Caleb Sharpe, was detained by police.

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Courtesy of MoDOT

Missouri Crews Head to Florida to Assist with Hurricane Relief

Several dozen state workers are heading to Florida to assist with relief projects due to Hurricane Irma.

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Randy Kirby
Randy Kirby

SFCC, Smith-Cotton Coordinating Community-wide Hurricane Relief Effort

State Fair Community College and Smith-Cotton High School are working together to coordinate a community-wide hurricane relief effort that began last Thursday for the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

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President Trump Welcomes Finnish President Niinisto To White House
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President Trump Makes First Visit to Missouri Since Election

President Donald Trump is making his first post-election visit to Missouri, a state that could help decide the balance of power in the U.S. Senate.

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Randy Kirby
Randy Kirby

Local Volunteers Needed for Tough Mudder

The Tough Mudder is returning to Sedalia in mid-October and they are already searching for area volunteers to help with the event!

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Skaith
Skaith

Chicago Man Walking Across America Makes Stop in Sedalia

A 29-year old Chicago man made a stop in Sedalia earlier this week, as part of a nearly 3,100 mile walk across the country, in an effort to raise money and awareness of the drug and gang violence in many inner-city neighborhoods.

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Ventura

World War I Museum in Kansas City Receives Grant from Kemper Foundation

The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City recently received a sizable donation to help support the Museum's efforts to preserve precious objects and documents from the Great War.

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Kaleb Filis
Kaleb Filis

Sedalia Downtown Development Inc. Recognized by National Program

Sedalia Downtown Development, Inc. was recently designated as an affiliate 'Main Street America' program.

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Extra Security Added to Social Security Online

Social Security is continuing to work towards improving how the administration protects what is important to residents.

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