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.
Drive Fast? These 10 States Have a Major Speeding Problem
When you're in a hurry to reach your destination, sometimes it's tempting to just hit the gas and disregard speed limits.
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.
Body of Missing St. Louis Ballet Dancer Found in Rural Lake
The body of a St. Louis ballet dancer has been found in a rural northeast Missouri lake, a day after she was reported missing.
Sedalia Trash Collection Altered for Thanksgiving Week
The City of Sedalia will observe the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, Nov. 22 and Friday, Nov. 23. City trash collection will be slightly altered for the week.
Patrol will Investigate Death of Inmate at Missouri Jail
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has been asked to investigate the death of an inmate at a jail in the eastern part of the state.
SFCC to Hold Signing Day for Career, Tech Students
High school seniors who choose to pursue career or technical certificates or degrees at SFCC will be invited to a special signing day Saturday, March 2
Kansas City Health Changes Course on Homeless Picnics
KC health officials allowed a group of volunteers to feed the homeless in parks across the city a week after some health inspectors threw home-cooked chili, sandwiches and soup into trash cans
Authorities Looking For Missing St. Louis Ballet Dancer
Authorities are looking for a dancer for the St. Louis Ballet after her car was found at a northeast Missouri lake.
SFCC to Close for Thanksgiving Break
State Fair Community College and extended campus locations will close at 5 p.m. Nov. 20 for Thanksgiving break.
Area Crime Reports for November 14, 2018
Sedalia Police arrested 33-year-old Alexsander Pavelovich Gritsishin of Otterville at 4:32 a.m. Nov. 9 after he was accused of shoplifting at Walmart
Jackson Co. Won’t Prosecute Most Marijuana Possession Cases
Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker says her office will not prosecute most marijuana possession cases.
Stolen Vehicle Pursuit Through 3 Counties Ends in Pettis
Area authorities made one arrest after pursuing a stolen vehicle through three different counties that came to an end in Pettis Co.
California Man Indicted for Possessing Heroin to Distribute
A 20-year old man from Chowchilla, CA man was indicted by a federal grand jury on Tuesday after law enforcement officers found a large amount of heroin in his backpack when he arrived at a bus station in the Kansas City area.