Sedalia Intersection Changes; Some Stop Signs to be Removed
The Sedalia City Council recently approved a recommendation from the Citizens’ Traffic Advisory Commission to remove stop signs at the intersections of E. 4th Street and S. Montgomery and E. 6th Street and S. Montgomery.
Police Seek Fresh Leads in Girl's 1975 Killing in Missouri
Police are looking for fresh leads in the 43-year-old killing of a 9-year-old girl who was abducted while walking home in Springfield and later found in a shallow grave.
Kansas City Doctor Gets Prison Time for $1.5M Drug Fraud
A Kansas City doctor has been sentenced to a year in federal prison for his role in prescription drug fraud.
Man Sentenced to Life in Beating Death of 84-Year-Old Woman
A Missouri man has been sentenced to life in prison in the 1984 beating death of an 84-year-old woman during a suspected burglary.
Loaded Gun Found in Missouri Student's Backpack, Police Say
Authorities have arrested a suburban St. Louis student after finding a loaded gun and a razor inside the student's backpack.
Two Workers Acquitted in Kansas Boy's Waterslide Death
Two Kansas water park workers were acquitted Thursday of impeding an investigation into the 2016 death of a 10-year-old boy who was decapitated while on a ride.
Sedalia Area Crime Reports for October 19, 2018
A Sedalia man with active felony drug warrants was arrested following a traffic stop around 12:25 p.m. on October 18 at E. Saline and N. Depp Ave.
Sedalia Trunk or Treat Events 2018
Are you looking for a safe, fun way to celebrate Halloween in Sedalia? Check out some of the activities coming up for 2018.
SH Soccer Scoreless Against Southern Boone
Sacred Heart soccer ended their regular season and six-game winning streak with a 7-0 loss to Southern Boone Thursday night at home.
Sacred Heart Volleyball Ends Regular Season With Win
Sacred Heart Lady Gremlins capped off their regular season with a win against Otterville.
Floyd's Equipment Ordered to Pay $25,000 to Settle Lawsuit
Floyd’s Equipment has agreed to pay $25,000 and furnish other relief to settle an employment discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. EEOC.
Area Crime Reports for October 18, 2018
A no-bond warrant for parole violation was confirmed for 48-year old Freddie J. Thomas, of Sedalia.
Hyperlink Study Touts Interstate 70 Missouri Route
A new study says the approximately 250-mile (400 kilometer) trip from Kansas City to St. Louis could be slashed to a half-hour’s time, but an ultra-high-speed hyperloop system across Missouri wouldn’t come cheap.
Kansas City Man Sentenced to Over 15 Years for Heroin Conspiracy
A 65-year old man from Kansas City, MO, was sentenced in federal court on Thursday for his role in a conspiracy to distribute heroin and for illegally possessing a firearm.
Prosecutor: Man Who Raped Kansas Deputy Had Attacked Others
Prosecutors say a man who kidnapped and raped a suburban Kansas City sheriff's deputy is a dangerous sexual predator who raped another woman.
Man Who Was in Wheelchair Found Dead in Kansas City Creek
Authorities say a man who was in a wheelchair has been found dead in a Kansas City creek that was filled with several feet of water.
Sacred Heart Yearbook Team Receives National Award
The Sacred Heart School Yearbook Team was recently recognized as a recipient of the Josten's National Yearbook Program of Excellence Award.
Man Drowns in Lake of the Ozarks After Falling Out of Boat
Authorities say a man has drowned after falling out of a fishing boat in the Lake of the Ozarks.
State Fair Community College Hosting Combined Choir Concert
The college choirs of State Fair Community College and St. Louis Community College-Meramec will be coming together for back-to-back nights of concerts.
Fall Concerts are October 19-20 at State Fair Community College
The annual fall concerts from the State Fair Community College Music Arts will take place in the Stauffacher Theatre on the Sedalia campus this weekend.