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.
SFCC’s Homecoming, Sophomore Recognition Feb. 24
State Fair Community College will celebrate homecoming Feb. 24 at the Roadrunner basketball games against the Mineral Area College Cardinals
Boil Water Advisory for Elm Hills Subdivision
Elm Hills Subdivision near Sedalia will be under a boil water advisory beginning Thursday, February 21.
Sedalia Police Reports for Feb. 21, 2018
While inside the ER, someone entered his taxi and stole his company fuel card, a box knife and his pistol, described as a black 9 mm Taurus PT 809C.
Sedalia Activates Emergency Snow Routes
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Sedalia area beginning at 6:00 Wednesday evening the city has activated emergency snow routes through Thursday afternoon.
Marshall Teenager Hurt in Head-On Collision
An 18-year old Marshall man was taken to a Columbia hospital after suffering moderate injuries in a head-on vehicle collision Tuesday afternoon.
Sedalia Fire Department Responds to Alarm at Hotel Bothwell
A portion of S. Ohio Avenue in downtown Sedalia was blocked off late Wednesday morning after an alarm went off at the Hotel Bothwell.
Arrests Made After Vehicle Displaying Stolen Plate Stopped
The Pettis County Sheriff's Office says three people were arrested after deputies stopped a vehicle displaying a license plate that had been reported stolen.
Sedalia Police Crime Reports for the Evening of Feb. 20, 2018
On Feb. 14, a customer tried to pay for a soda and $20 in fuel with a fake $100 bill.
Finance, Technology Discussed at Sedalia City Council Meeting
During a pre-council work session, the Sedalia City Council heard two presentations on finance and technology.
'The Fenwicks of Arrow Rock' to be Featured During Lecture Series
The lecture titled "The Fenwicks of Arrow Rock, 1835-Present: My Ancestry, Racial Identity and Patriotism" is the next installment in the state historic site’s First Saturday Lecture series.
Blown Transformer at Waterloo Causes Shift Shutdown for Tuesday Night
The work schedule at Waterloo Industries has been shut down for tonight due to a blown transformer.
Sedalia Wreck Injures One Driver
A 42-year old woman from Lanagan, MO was injured in a Sedalia vehicle collision Tuesday morning.
2 Tipton Residents Arrested for Meth-Related Offences
Three people were arrested in Moniteau County last week, including two Tipton residents, for meth-related offences.