Acuff Fiddle Reunited With Owner, Lent to Tennessee Museum
A rare fiddle believed to have once been owned by the late country music star Roy Acuff will be exhibited at a Tennessee museum after it was nearly sold at a Goodwill auction earlier.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens Charged Over Charity Donor List
St. Louis prosecutors on Friday charged Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens with a felony for using a charity donor list for his 2016 political campaign
Sedalia Teen Injured in Rear-end Crash at Versailles
19-year-old Tiara N. Tindell of Sedalia suffered moderate injuries in the wreck, as did 20-year-old Jessica Byars of Fortuna.
Clinton Police: Suspicious Item Found, Perimeter Set Up
Clinton Police say a suspicious item was reportedly found Friday afternoon in the vicinity of the 100 Block of North Main Street, in the east alley way, between Green and Franklin Streets.
Chalk the Block Returns to Downtown Sedalia
The sidewalks around the Pettis County Courthouse will abound with color this Saturday when Chalk the Block returns to Downtown Sedalia,
SFCC Recognizes Outstanding Students at Honors Convocation
On April 10 in SFCC’s Thompson Conference Center in the Heckart Science and Allied Health Center on the Sedalia campus, these students received the following awards.
Sedalia Rotary Annual Charity Auction at Best Western
The Sedalia Rotary Club will host their 43rd Annual Charity Auction on Friday, April 27.
Drugs Seized During Search of Clarksburg, MO Home
Moniteau County Sheriff's deputies recently arrested a 28-year old man in Clarksburg, MO after a search led to the discovery of drugs in a residence.
Man Charged in Deadly Crash Was Target of Drug Investigation
Authorities say a Springfield man charged with fleeing from officers and causing a deadly Springfield crash had been the target of a drug investigation.
Homeless Man Convicted in 2015 Springfield Killing
A homeless man has been convicted in the stabbing and beating death of a Springfield woman whose body was found stuffed underneath a mattress at her home.
Missouri Bill Lowers Income Taxes for Guard and Reserves
The Missouri Legislature has passed a bill to lower income taxes for some members of the military.
Spring Plant Sale Continues Through May 11 at SFCC
The State Fair Community College Horticulture Club's annual spring plant sale is taking place through May 11.
Sedalia Police and Pettis Co. Sheriff's Crime Reports - April 20
Three people were arrested on April 19 after police stopped a man known to have an active warrant who was in possession of methamphetamine.
SFCC Foundation Raises $73,000 for Tech-Ed Facility
The State Fair Community College Foundation’s “Sangria Sunset” event recently raised $73,000 for the college’s technical education facility and programs.
Worker Killed when Missouri Public TV Tower Collapses
Officials say a maintenance worker died when a Missouri television station tower collapsed and he became trapped under a tangle of metal and wires.
Applewood Christian School to Present “The Enchanted Bookshop”
Applewood Christian School will present their spring production of the "The Enchanted Bookshop" on April 27 and 28.
Lincoln, MO Teen Injured after Car Strikes Tree
A 17-year old Lincoln, MO resident was injured Thursday morning in a one-vehicle wreck in Benton County.
Four Children Found in Rubble of Missouri Home After a Fire
Authorities say four children have been found dead inside a house destroyed by fire in Missouri.
SFCC to Present ‘Like You Like It’
The State Fair Community College Theatre Arts program will present the musical comedy “Like You Like It” April 25-29 in the Stauffacher Theatre
Fake Veterinarian Consents to Findings in $4.7-Million Scheme
A man who posed as a fake veterinarian has reportedly consented to findings that he aided a Clinton, MO man in allegedly soliciting investors from several states in a $4.7-million cattle fraud scheme.