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Enquiring Minds: Clearing Out Their Junk [SURVEY]

You may not consider yourself a HOARDER . . . but a new study found that nine out of 10 people could make at least $1,500 just by selling the old junk they don't use anymore.  And the study found almost EVERYONE has some clothes, books, or shoes in their house they never use.  

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Afternoon : Sedalia Police And Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports For October 21, 2014

Sedalia man arrested for animal abuse Sunday morning

At 3:41 Sunday morning Sedalia police responded to a disturbance at a residence in the 600 block of west 4th. Upon arrival the caller told officers her boyfriend, 20-year-old Steven Tyler Thomas of the residence was out of control. She said during

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Strong Tower Love Run/Walk Raises Funds for Haiti’s Orphaned Girls [INTERVIEW]

Haiti is one of those countries you see every now and then on the news and think: "Oh, those poor people.  I should do something to help them", and then promptly forget about it.  After all, your life is busy, and you have your own affairs to look after.  But the Strong Tower group is asking for your help with the young children of Haiti.

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Behka’s Enquiring Minds: Three Day Weekends [SURVEY]

We've got two three day weekends coming up November — and most successful people have planned out (or at least thought about) what they'll do over those three days. 

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Morning: Sedalia Police Crime Reports For October 21, 2014

Sedalia man arrested for attempted rape, sodomy, and resisting arrest Sunday evening

At 6pm Sunday Evening Sedalia Police investigated a reported sex crime in the 200 block of Scott Joplin Court. The police repo

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Devon’s Beat Raised Money for SADS Screenings Now Available [INTERVIEW]

I'm sure you remember The Devon’s Beat 5k Run/Walk that was held at the Lincoln Football Field earlier this year. It was a huge success, and benefited research in SADS.  SADS is Sudden Arhythmia Death Syndrome are genetic heart rhythm abnormalities that can cause sudden death in young, healthy people who are undiagnosed. Sudden arrhythmia death syndromes cause sudden death in young, apparently healthy people.

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Breast Cancer Awarness Spotlight: Brad Pollitt

This month is Breast Cancer awareness month.

Researchers say that one in eight women will develop breast cancer. It is something that is important to detect at an early stage. No matter what stage you're in, it is important to have a great support group around you

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Behka’s Enquiring Minds: Checking Your Cell Phone [SURVEY]

Everywhere you go these days . . . on the street, at a restaurant, at the movies . . . you see people staring straight down at their phones.  Unless you're too busy staring at YOURS.  So . . . has it become socially acceptable? 

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Morning: Sedalia Police Crime Reports For October 20, 2014

 

Sedalia Police are investigating numerous tires damaged in Sedalia

Saturday morning Sedalia Police received numerous reports of slashed tires, that occurred overnight. According to the police report t

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month Spotlight: Nancey Dove

This month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every story that I have heard about people dealing with breast cancer and living with it are amazing stories. There is so much to learn from them.

Nancey Dove shares her story and insight on how she has been living with breast cancer

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