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S.T.I.N.G. Unit Serves a No-Knock Drug Related Search Thursday January 29, 2015

On Thursday January 29, 2015 the Drug Enforcement Unit, and the Criminal Investigations Bureau along with Patrol Officers, and the K9 Unit of the Sedalia Police Department executed a no-knock drug related search at 801 East 12th

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Missouri And Kansas Announcing Legislation Aimed At Reducing Gun and Domestic Violence

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Officials from Kansas and Missouri are announcing legislation aimed at reducing gun and domestic violence. The measures would allow for firearm restrictions for those with domestic violence or stalking restraining orders or convictions

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Four Dozen Homes In Bowling Green Evacuated Due To Rupture Of Natural Gas Pipeline

BOWLING GREEN, Mo. (AP) — More than four dozen homes near the town of Bowling Green in northeast Missouri have been evacuated due to the rupture of a natural gas pipeline. The rupture forced evacuation of at least 50 homes within a three-mile radius last night

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Football Players In St. Louis Face Felony Charges For Hazing

TOWN AND COUNTRY, Mo. (AP) — Three teens are facing charges after a criminal investigation into hazing by football players at a private St. Louis County high school. Eighteen-year-old Maverick Holmsley of Wright City and a 17-year-old each are charged with felony sodomy, and 18-year-old Ricardo Loma faces seven counts of third-degree assault

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St. Charles Man Sentenced To 40-years in Prison For Sex Offenses

ST. CHARLES, Mo. (AP) — A St. Charles man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for committing sex offenses against a 10-year-old girl he was babysitting. Forty-year-old Myron Buchanan Sr. was sentenced yesterday

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Supporters Of Wounded Officer Gather in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — More than 100 people gathered in Springfield to show their support for a police officer who was seriously injured in a shooting this week. Residents and business representatives gathered at the Springfield Police Officers Association headquarters last night to help organize fundraisers for Officer Aaron Pearson

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St. Louis Economic Development Director To Retire

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The leader of the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership will retire this summer. Denny Coleman is stepping down from the post August 1st. He is the first CEO of the partnership that formed with the merger of St

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New Open-Air Stadium Project Gets Green Light From Board of Edward Jones Dome

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The public board that operates the Edward Jones Dome has given the go-ahead to pay consultants as part of the effort to build a new open-air stadium along the Mississippi River toward the goal of keeping the NFL in St

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Scott City Man Faces Charges Linked To Beating Of Amputee

SCOTT CITY, Mo. (AP) — A southeast Missouri man is facing charges for allegedly beating an amputee in the face with a hammer and stealing his prescription medications. The Southeast Missourian reports that 27-year-old Dustin Smith of Scott City is charged with first-degree assault, armed criminal action, burglary and robbery

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Central Missouri Man Found Guilty In Death of 3-Year-Old Boy In Cass County

HARRISONVILLE, Mo. (AP) — A central Missouri man has been convicted in the abuse death of a 3-year-old boy that was reported as a fatal hit-and-run accident. A Cass County jury on Wednesday found Thomas Presley guilty of first-degree murder and child abuse in the February 2012 death of his girlfriend's son, Blake Litton of Stover

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