2 Killed When Small Plane Crashes Near Missouri Airport
A man and his adult son were killed when their small plane crashed near an unlit Missouri airport, even as the pilot’s fiancee tried to guide in the plane with a flashlight.
Missouri Court Lets Redistricting Initiative Go To Voters
A Missouri appeals court has ruled that voters should get to decide on a proposed constitutional amendment that would change the way the state’s legislative districts are drawn and impose new ethical restrictions on lawmakers.
Duo Accused of Having Enough Fentanyl for 1.5 Million Doses
Two suburban St. Louis men face federal charges for possessing and intending to distribute enough fentanyl for 1.5 million doses of the dangerous synthetic opioid.
Johnson County Authorities Conduct Narcotic Interdiction
Earlier this week, narcotics detectives in Johnson County, MO conducted a narcotic interdiction and reportedly recovered hundreds of marijuana plants.
Morgan County Authorities Save Man Trapped in Submerged Vehicle
Early Thursday morning, authorities in Morgan County responded to a motor vehicle accident in which a car was partially submerged underwater and a man trapped inside.
Two Hurt After Car Strikes Horse in Henry County
Two people were hurt in a Henry County crash that occurred Thursday night.
Sedalia Crime Reports for September 21, 2018
Sedalia Police took an assault report from a man in the 300 block of S. Engineer at 1:40 a.m. Thursday.
Roadrunner Athletics Hosting Trivia Night Fundraiser
State Fair Community College Athletics will be holding a trivia night fundraiser on September 29.
Woman Arrested in Deadly Stabbing in Kansas City, Police Say
Authorities say a woman has been arrested in a deadly stabbing in Kansas City.
Man Sentenced to 25 Years in Deadly Shooting in Kansas City
A Kansas City man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for fatally shooting another man along the side of a road.
Woman Wins $2.75 Million Award After House Burned in Arson
A jury has awarded a Columbia woman more than $2.75 million for injuries and losses she suffered during an arson fire at her home.
Suspected Inmate Suicide Under Investigation in Kansas City
Authorities say the inmate who died in an apparent suicide at the Jackson County jail was the half-brother of a man charged with two homicides.
Jefferson City Couple's Deaths Considered Murder-Suicide
Jefferson City authorities say the deaths of a married couple appear to be a murder-suicide.
Planned Parenthood Says Abortions at Columbia Site Could End
Abortions will stop at Planned Parenthood's Columbia clinic after Oct. 1 unless a federal judge blocks enforcement of one of Missouri's abortion restrictions.
Sacred Heart Soccer Gets Clipped by Lone Jack
Sacred Heart soccer lost 4-5 to Lone Jack at home on Thursday.
Sacred Heart Golf Ties With Green Ridge at Marshall
The host team of Marshall won the match with a 202. Sacred Heart and Green Ridge tied with a score of 228.
Sacred Heart Volleyball Wins at Windsor
Sacred Heart volleyball traveled to Windsor on Thursday and left with both JV & Varsity wins.
Smith-Cotton Freshmen Go Medieval
S-C freshmen went back in time, spending a couple of days researching and building working models of medieval weapons in their World History classes.
Smith-Cotton JROTC Cadets Build Leadership, Team Skills
S-C JROTC cadets participated in a leadership and team-building activity, with the help of local National Guard recruiters
St. Louis Man Wins $1 Million in Lottery Game
A St. Louis man is the winner of $1 million in a Missouri Lottery game, becoming the 500th person to win a prize worth $1 million or more in the state lottery’s 32-year history.