State Fair Community College to Host Visiting St. Louis Cardinals
The Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center at State Fair Community College will be the site of the St. Louis Cardinals Caravan stop in Sedalia on January 19.
Council Proposes Doubling Warrensburg's Lodging Tax Rate
Warrensburg voters will decide if they want to increase the city's lodging tax from 2 1/2 percent to five percent on April 2.
Missouri Boy’s Caregiver Pleads Not Guilty in His Death
A caregiver who reported a 4-year-old Missouri boy missing about a week before his body was found has pleaded not guilty in his death.
Missouri Lawmakers Try to Limit Public Access to Records
Missouri House members are trying to exempt themselves from part of a voter-approved requirement that says their work emails are public records.
Prosecutor Ordered to Pay $36,000 for Open Records Violation
A central Missouri prosecutor’s office has been ordered to pay $36,000 for failing to provide records to a man doing research for the marijuana activist group Show-Me Cannabis.
City of Sedalia to Observe Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
City of Sedalia offices will observe Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 21.
MSF Youth in Agriculture Scholarship Applications Available
The Missouri State Fair Youth in Agriculture scholarship application for Missouri High School seniors graduating in 2019 is now available.
Feds: 2 Homicides Linked to Large Meth Ring in Kansas City
Federal authorities say two homicides in northwest Missouri last year were linked to a large methamphetamine trafficking ring based in Kansas City.
Two Sedalia Residents Injured in Tuesday Morning Wreck
Two Sedalia residents were injured Tuesday morning in a one-vehicle wreck.
The Price of Your Netflix Subscription Is About to Go Up
Netflix is raising rates on new and existing customers.
John Rooney Invites Fans to the Cardinals Caravan in Sedalia
St. Louis Cardinals players, alumni and broadcasters will visit Sedalia on Saturday during the St. Louis Cardinals Caravan.
More Nasty Weather Could Complicate Power Restoration Effort
Utility officials say it may take until Thursday to finish restoring power in the Kansas City area after last week's winter blast.
Man Arrested in Shooting Death of Girlfriend in Springfield
Authorities have arrested a man in the killing of his girlfriend in a Springfield home with two young children inside.
Chesterfield Man Wins $1 Million in Lottery Drawing
A scratch-off ticket game provided for a very nice Christmas present for a suburban St. Louis man — a $1 million prize.
Missouri City to Honor 17 Killed in Tour Boat Accident
The Missouri city where 17 people died in a tour boat accident last year plans to honor the victims somehow but is still determining how to do so.
Missouri House Plan Would Undo Some Minimum Prison Sentences
Rethinking the benefit of prisons, Missouri House leaders are backing legislation that could effectively undo mandatory minimum sentencing laws for many nonviolent criminals.