Clinton, MO Man Injured in SUV Collision
A 60-year old man from Clinton, MO was injured Tuesday evening after a SUV collided with another vehicle in Henry County.
Ex-Missouri State Trooper in Drowning Case Sues for License
A former Missouri state trooper who was driving a boat when a handcuffed Iowa man fell out and drowned is suing to get his peace officers' license back.
Fleeing Suspect Reports Fake Active Shooter to Avoid Arrest
Authorities say a suspect in an eastern Missouri burglary called a hospital to report an active shooter to create a diversion as he fled from police.
Two Bodies Found in Woods Near Kansas City Area Lake
Authorities are investigating after two bodies were found in the woods near a Kansas City area lake.
Company Blames Hacker After Jobseeker Told Name is 'Ghetto'
A suburban St. Louis clinic that treats men with low testosterone is blaming a hacker after a jobseeker was told her name was too "ghetto."
Plane Narrowly Misses Van Crossing Runway for Barbecue
A jetliner taking off narrowly missed hitting an airport van that crossed a runway to go to an employee barbecue.
Missouri Corrections Officers Win $113.7 Million in Lawsuit
A jury has awarded Missouri prison guards compensation for work they performed before and after their shifts.
Two Kansas City Men Sentenced to Life for Kidnapping, Murder
Two Kansas City men were sentenced to multiple life prison terms for the murder of another man.
Three Arrested in Pettis County Drug Investigation
Three people have been arrested as a result of a drug investigation by the Pettis County Sheriff's Office and Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force.
Lady Roadrunners Soccer Team Building Confidence for New Season
The State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners soccer team looks to ride momentum into the 2018 season.
Prosecutor Seeks Gag Order in Case Against Ex-sheriff
A special prosecutor wants a gag order in the case against a former Missouri sheriff and a subordinate with whom he was having a romantic relationship.
The Biggest Country Concerts During Fall 2018 in Missouri
The Show-Me State will host some of country music's biggest stars during the fall months of 2018.
Kansas Governor Concedes, Says He Will Endorse GOP Nominee
Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer says he will endorse Republican nominee for governor Kris Kobach after conceding in the state's GOP primary in a surprise announcement.
Report: Pennsylvania Priests Abused Over 1,000 Children
Roughly 300 Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania molested more than 1,000 children — and possibly more — since the 1940s, according to a state grand jury report.
Missouri Judge Rules for Gas Tax Hike on November 6 Ballot
A judge has ruled that a proposed 10-cent gas tax increase can go on Missouri's Nov. 6 ballot.
Survivor of Duck Boat Sinking Urges Ban on Such Crafts
A woman whose husband and three children died when a duck boat sank last month said Tuesday she hopes to save lives by backing an effort to ban the boats.
Man Shot by Northern Missouri Deputy, Hospitalized
A suspect is hospitalized after being shot by a sheriff's deputy in north-central Missouri.
Lawsuits Seek to Remove 2 Missouri Marijuana Ballot Measures
A Missouri organizer for a medical marijuana initiative is suing to remove two other related initiatives from the November ballot.
Sedalia Police Crime Reports for Aug. 14, 2018
The subject was identified as 28-year old Dustin Hart. A report from SPD indicates Hart had a probation violation warrant from Wyandotte County, KS, with no bond.
Sedalia Teen Arrested Following Armed Robbery Investigation
Detectives with the Pettis Co. Sheriff's Office began an investigation and on Monday (Aug 13), arrested 17-year old Trenten Blane Leary, of Sedalia, for the robbery.