UCM Names Faculty Promotions and Tenures
19 University of Central Missouri faculty members were recently approved for promotion and tenure to associate professor, eight for promotion to professor, and one promotion to associate professor and one for tenure only.
Sedalia Police Reports for Feb. 23, 2018
Sedalia Police responded to a hit-and-run at CVS Pharmacy in which a red pick-up backed into a parked car, then pulled forward and back up again before leaving.
Cashore Marionettes 'Life In Motion' Coming to Liberty Center
The Liberty Center will bring bring to its stage The Cashore Marionettes in Life In Motion Saturday, March 10 at 7:30 p.m.
3 Suspects Arrested for Drugs after Sedalia Police Serve Warrant
Early Friday morning, Sedalia Police conducted a no-knock drug related search warrant and arrested three suspects.
SFCC Baseball Scores Three Wins on Home Turf
SFCC swept both games 2-1 and 3-2 in a pair of seven-inning contests.
SFCC Lady Roadrunners Drop Games to Iowa Western
The Lady Roadrunners opened their second season Feb. 14, losing a pair of games to Iowa Western Community College, 9-3 and 15-9.
Grand Jury Indicts Missouri Governor Greitens
A St. Louis grand jury has indicted Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on a felony invasion of privacy charge.
Regional Law Enforcement Investigating Online Threat to School
Sedalia School District 200 administrators say they are aware of a social media threat against a school.
Sedalia Police Reports for Feb. 22, 2018
Hoose was driving without a valid license. He was then placed under arrest and a subsequent search revealed a bag of meth.
Lewis Enters Not Guilty Plea in Sedalia Homicide Case
A 28-year old Lincoln man recently entered a Not Guilty plea in court proceedings after being accused of murdering a Sedalia woman.
MDC Offering Free Discover Nature-Girls Camp Near Lincoln
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will offer a free Discover Nature-Girls Camp June 26-28 at the Heit’s Point Lutheran Camp near Lincoln in Benton County. MDC is now accepting registrations for the camp, with a March 31 deadline for applying...
Missouri Man Convicted of Sexually Assaulting Teen at YMCA
A Springfield man has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a teenager with a mental disability at a YMCA.
Charges Upgraded in St. Joseph Double Homicide
Charges have been upgraded against two of the suspects in a double homicide in St. Joseph.
Man With Weapons in Car at School Faces a Federal Charge
A man who went to pick up a relative from a suburban St. Louis high school with numerous weapons in his car faces a federal charge.
Court: Kansas Can't Cut Medicaid Funds to Planned Parenthood
Kansas can't cut Medicaid funds to a Planned Parenthood affiliate over videos anti-abortion activists secretly recorded, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.
Missouri Senate Bill Could Boost Payments to Nursing Homes
The Missouri Senate has endorsed a bill that could boost Medicaid payments for nursing homes.
Condemned Man's Lawyer: 'Serious Concerns' on Execution Drug
An attorney for a man scheduled to be put to death in Missouri next month said that she has "very serious concerns" about the state's lethal injection method.
Arson Suspected in Southwest Missouri Wildfires
Forest Service officials say wildfires in Taney County last week are being investigated as possible arson.
Girl Killed in Train Accident in Northern Missouri
Authorities say a train has struck and killed a third-grader in northern Missouri.
Eldorado Wild Game & Exotic Food Dinner Coming March 10
Eldorado UMC will host their annual Wild Game and Exotic Foods Dinner starting at 4 p.m. March 10 at the Schriner's Building, Sedalia.