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Afternoon: Sedalia Police Crime Reports For January 12, 2015

Possible rape being investigated in Sedalia

On Thursday Sedalia Police spoke to a 22-year-old victim of a possible rape that took place in the area of 7th and Lafayette. According to the victim the incident took place on the 29th of December of 2014. There is an inv

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Relay For Life

If you're a survivor of cancer, Relay For Life of Pettis County wants to know.  You can go to www.relayforlife.org/PettisCoMo and register online.  If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact Jake Rigdon at 660-619-1250 or jakerigdon@yahoo.com.

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2015 Municipal Election Starting to Take Shape

We have a week to go until the city council deadline (Jan. 20)  for those wanting to run for office and it looks like we will have at least one race in Ward 4, while the others only have one candidate that has applied so far

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Department Crime Reports: Morning of Monday, January 12, 2015

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's Crime Reports are from the morning of Monday, January 12, 2015.

A woman reported to Sedalia Police that she had been raped and that she and her son have been physically and mentally abused

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Sedalia Police Uncover Meth After Traffic Stop

Sedalia Police Patrol Officer's stopped and arrested, 38-year-old Gary Baker Jr. after witnessing him commit a Sedalia-municipal ordinance violation that occurred in the area of West 7th and South Osage

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Missouri “Worst in Nation” for Tobacco-Prevention Spending

Mona Shand

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The latest report on how well states are funding tobacco prevention and cessation efforts has Missouri ranked worst in the nation. According to the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, Missouri will take in $231 million in tobacco revenue

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New Program Aims To Reduce Homelessness Involving Vets

by Mona Shand

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - They served their nation and in many cases put their own lives on the line, but a large number of Missouri veterans are now homeless, which is why one nonprofit is reaching out to help connect them with the resources and skills they need to get back on their feet.

Matthew Galli

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We’ll Be Here For You

Check with us tomorrow morning for any cancellations, delays, or other weather related items on the morning show.  We always keep you up-to-date with school closings/delays and/or business cancellations with the help of our sponsors-W-K Collision Center, Lifepointe Church, and Coldwell Banker Monsees Realty- Pat Monsees and Kathy Nickel.  Check the weather tab for updates as we get t

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Pettis County Sheriff’s Office Issues Advisory on Possibility of Black Ice

We have had some light rain and sleet through the day in the area and it's expected to go through the overnight, according to the National Weather Service. The Pettis County Sheriff's Office wants you to be careful if you travel this evening or in the night

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State Fair Community College Prepare To Expand In Clinton

CLINTON—State Fair Community College-Clinton and members of the Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce will have a ribbon cutting at noon Jan. 15 to celebrate the expansion of its site at the Truman Regional Education Center (TREC), 1701 N. Second St.

The public is invi

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