Sacred Heart School Honors Veterans
Sacred Heart observed Veterans Day with an all-school assembly on Nov. 12.
Missouri Doctor Sentenced to Probation for Obstructing Probe
A Missouri doctor has been sentenced to probation for obstructing an FBI investigation into the overbilling of Medicare.
Jury: Man Guilty in Killing of Abusive Missouri Mother
A jury has found a Wisconsin man guilty of first-degree murder for killing a Missouri mother who prosecutors say forced her daughter to pretend she was disabled.
City of Sedalia Announces 2018 Christmas Light Contest
The 38th annual outdoor lighting contest is hosted by Xi Beta Upsilon, along with the assistance of Mayor John Kehde and the City Council.
Sub Claims Ban after Thanking Kids for Pledge of Allegiance
A Missouri substitute teacher is seeking answers after claiming he was banned because he thanked students for saying the Pledge of Allegiance.
Missouri Capitol's Roman Goddess Statue Removed for Repairs
A statue of the Roman goddess of agriculture that topped Missouri's Capitol building has been removed for the first time in nearly a century for maintenance.
Project Will Renovate Hannibal's Riverfront
The Hannibal Courier-Post reports that the city council recently approved a $6.6 million contract for riverfront renovations.
St. Louis Woman Robbed While Clearing Snow From Her Car
St. Louis police are looking for a suspect after a woman was robbed at gunpoint while clearing snow from her car.
Sedalia Police Crime Reports for November 16, 2018
Sedalia Police arrested 47-year-old Mary Elizabeth Brockman of Green Ridge after a 15-minute chase that began in Sedalia and ended in western Pettis County
One Injured in Pettis Co. Rollover Wreck
A 62-year old man from Sweet Springs was injured Thursday afternoon after his vehicle overturned in Pettis County.
Patrol Releases Names of Victims of Crash Near Columbia
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has released the names of the four people killed in an accident on Interstate 70 year Columbia.
Kansas City Nurse Donates Kidney, Triggers Transplant Chain
A Kansas City nurse decided to donate a kidney to a patient, triggering a series of events that led to three people getting new organs in the first kidney donation chain collaboration between Children’s Mercy and University of Kansas hospitals.
Destination Playgrounds to be Installed at 2 Sedalia Parks
The Sedalia Parks and Recreation Department was recently awarded a $250,000 playground match grant to install a Destination Playground at two parks.
Missouri Unemployment Ties for Record Low
Missouri’s unemployment rate has hit a tied record low.
Hotel Bothwell Thanksgiving Lighting Ceremony
Everyone is invited to attend the annual Hotel Bothwell Thanksgiving Lighting Ceremony on November 22, with festivities beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Sedalia Senior Center Serving as Warming Shelter
If any area residents need a place to warm up, the Sedalia Senior Center is serving as a warming center.
Sedalia Man Injured in Car Wreck on Route U
A 20-year old Sedalia man was injured in a one-vehicle Wednesday morning on Route U in Pettis County.
S-C Students Take Second in UCM STEM Competition
S-C math teacher Ashley Beard took four female students to UCM for its annual Sonia Kovalevsky Day to learn about women in STEM fields.
4 Dead in Crash Involving Several Vehicles Near Columbia
Four people died in a crash involving several vehicles on Interstate 70 near Columbia.
Woman Arrested after Vehicle Pursuit in Sedalia
Local authorities arrested one woman after a high speed chase in Sedalia early Wednesday morning.