Moniteau Co. Deputies Arrest 3 on Narcotics Warrant
On Wednesday (Mar 21), Moniteau County Sheriff's deputies arrested 3 people for narcotics after a search warrant was served in Latham, MO.
Traffic Stop Leads to Discovery of Over 2.5 Lbs of Meth
A traffic stop in Camden County led to the discovery of 2.5 lbs of methamphetamine.
Triplett Named as New Superintendent for Sedalia 200
Steve Triplett was named the next superintendent for the Sedalia 200 School District on Friday.
Smith-Cotton National Honor Society Grows by 30 Members
S-C's chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 30 new members March 14 in the Heckart Performing Arts Center.
Columbia Woman Killed in Boone County Accident
A fatal accident took place in Boone county just before 8 p.m. on March 22.
Two Women Killed, Children Injured in Missouri Crash
The Missouri State Highway Patrol says two women were killed and three children were injured in a two-vehicle collision in Missouri.
Columbia Man Sentenced for Producing Child Pornography
A Columbia man has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison without parole for producing child pornography.
Results from Hazardous Moving Violations Patrol in Pettis County
Deputies with the Pettis Co. Sheriff's Office participated in a special operation to patrol roadways for Hazardous Traffic Violations.
Woman's Ex-husband Seeks Protection From Governor Greitens
The ex-husband of the woman who had an affair with Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is seeking an order for protection from the governor.
Spring Passport Fair at Sedalia Post Office
Are you planning to travel abroad for vacation this summer? Well, you'll have the opportunity to apply for a passport during the Sedalia Post Office's Passport Fair on Saturday, March 31.
Sedalia Police Crime Reports for March 22, 2018
According to a report, a 14-year-old girl assaulted her mother, who sustained minor injuries.
Hartzler Introduces Bill to Track Drones That Pose Security Risk
Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (MO-04) has introduced a bill which would allow the DOJ and the DHS to detect, track and engage with drones that pose a security risk to agency facilities and assets.
Bothwell to Host Stress Management Class
Bothwell Regional Health Center will host a class in April to help area residents deal with the stress of everyday life.
Driver Injured after Vehicle Strikes Deer in Pettis Co.
A 59-year old man was injured Wednesday night after his vehicle struck a deer in the road.
Do You Know What Purple Paint On A Fence Post Means in Missouri?
Driving across Missouri, whether on the interstate, a highway, a blacktop or even a gravel road, there seems to be purple paint on a lot of fence posts, and even trees.
Report: Saline County the Most Obese County in Missouri
A new report indicates Saline County is the most obese county in Missouri, with an obesity rate over 7% higher than the statewide average.
Jefferson City Man Sentenced on Meth Distribution Charge
A Jefferson City man has been sentenced to over 25 years in prison without parole after pleading guilty to possessing meth with the intent to distribute.
Student Accused of Assaulting Staff Member at Smith-Cotton Jr. Hi
Sedalia Police were dispatched on March 20 to Smith-Cotton Jr. High School in reference to a student that allegedly assaulted a staff member.
League of Women Voters' Candidate Forum Draws Capacity Crowd
A total of nine candidates for local office appeared at the forum, which lasted around an hour, 45 minutes.
Former Missouri School Counselor Charged with Sex With Student
The Jefferson City News-Tribune reports that 27-year-old Clairyssa Lorenz, of California, Missouri, was charged Tuesday in Cooper County with sexual contact with a student. She was charged earlier this month in Moniteau County