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Join the Newstalk 1050 KSIS Morning Report from 6-8:00 Monday-Friday and a special extended Newstalk 1050 KSIS Morning Report from 8-8:30 AM Monday-Thursday.

Doug Alan will bring you the news with the police cavalcade, brought to you by Advantage Metals Reycling, Bill Shuler will tell you the latest sports scores and Weathereye will let you know about the forecast for the day.

Listen in for special newsmakers with Behka Cramer and Jack Miller and hourly national news with SRN News on Newstalk 1050 KSIS.

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Tu-W 6:00 am - 8:30 am
F 6:00 am - 8:00 am

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Breast Cancer Awarness Spotlight: Brad Pollitt

This month is Breast Cancer awareness month.

Researchers say that one in eight women will develop breast cancer. It is something that is important to detect at an early stage. No matter what stage you're in, it is important to have a great support group around you

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month Spotlight: Nancey Dove

This month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every story that I have heard about people dealing with breast cancer and living with it are amazing stories. There is so much to learn from them.

Nancey Dove shares her story and insight on how she has been living with breast cancer

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Sedalia Police Crime Reports: Morning of Friday, October 17, 2014

The following Sedalia Police crime reports are from the morning of Friday, October 17, 2014.

Several Thefts Reported

Sedalia Police received a report yesterday (Oct. 16), that someone stole a bicycle, two laptops and a duffle bag and a large sum of cash from a home in the 1000 Block of West 6th.

A man in the

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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton Tiger Batallion JROTC cadets, led by Christian Sarabia, work on their marching formation with guidance from CSM Randy Woods, right, Wednesday morning in the high school parking lot. The cadets are preparing to march in Friday's homecoming parade, which starts at about 3:30 pm.

Smith-Cotton Prepares For Homecoming

The 2014 Smith-Cotton Homecoming Parade is set for Friday, October 17. Students and organizations have been busy preparing floats and for the parade in Downtown Sedalia.
Lineup for the Homecoming Parade begins at 3 p

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Sedalia Police Crime Reports: Morning of Thursday, October 16, 2014

The following Sedalia Police reports are from the morning of Thursday, October 16, 2014.

Sedalia Police arrested Robert Brandkamp Jr. for failure to appear-misdemeanor, bond set at $126.50 and a probation and parole warrant, with no bond set

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Update: Pettis County Deputies Find Missing Person

 

Pettis County Deputies reported that they were looking for Crystal Gayle Thomas of Sedalia. She has been found alive and well, according to Sgt. Tolbert Roe.

The Pettis County Sheriff's Office appreciates your assistance and tips.

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Pettis County Deputies Looking For Missing Person

Update 10:00 am 10/16:

Pettis County Deputies reported that they were looking for Crystal Gayle Thomas of Sedalia. She has been found alive and well, according to Sgt. Tolbert Roe.

The Pettis County Sheriff's Office appreciates your assistance and tips

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Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation Raising Funds For 3D Mammography Equipment

Breast cancer will be the focus of the Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation’s biannual Benefit to be held Saturday, Nov. 8.

The event, which will be held at Missouri Electric Cooperative Building on the Fairgrounds, will include a cocktail hour, dinner, program and dance with music by the band MDock

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Pettis County Health Center Administrator JoAnn Martin talking about Ebola

Pettis County Conducts Ebola Seminar

The United States has been talking more about the Ebola Outbreak in Africa and has had more increased awareness in the United States, since the first Ebola patient came to Dallas.

The Pettis County Coroner's Office and Sheriff's Office put together a seminar on Wednesday morning, informing first responders on how to deal with Ebola, should the virus appear in Pettis County

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Crime Reports: Morning of Wednesday, October 15, 2014

The following Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff's crime reports are from the morning of Wednesday, October 15, 2014.

Several Cases of Theft and Identity Theft Investigated

Sedalia Police is investigating a reported case of identity theft. A woman receive

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