Ameren to Build 400-Megawatt Wind Farm, Missouri’s Largest
Ameren Missouri plans to build a 400-megawatt wind farm in rural northeast Missouri, creating enough power to serve 120,000 homes within two years, the company said Monday.
Judge Rules Against City of Columbia in Open Records Lawsuit
A Boone County judge has ruled that the city of Columbia violated the state's Sunshine law during a disagreement with the city's police union.
Louisiana Man Convicted of Sex Crimes, Faces Life Sentences
A Louisiana man faces multiple mandatory life sentences in prison for sexually abusing a young girl and for being a predatory sex offender.
Man Facing Impersonation Charges for Using Fake Credentials
A Missouri man who impersonated an FBI agent, a journalist and an employee of the St. Louis Blues was caught when he used a fake FBI ID with a police officer
Sedalia Area Crime Reports for May 21, 2018
The Pettis County Sheriff's Office says a deputy's vehicle was damaged by a woman who was resisting arrest on May 20.
Three Killed in Lake of the Ozarks Boat Crash, Operator Arrested
Authorities allege a Kansas man was intoxicated when the boat he was operating struck a rock bluff on the Lake of the Ozarks in central Missouri, killing three friends.
Bothwell Regional Health Center Honors Outstanding Employees
Andrew Darrah, a hardware specialist in the Information Technology department at BRHC, was named Bothwell’s 2017 Employee of the Year
Patrol Reports Triple Fatality Boat Crash at Lake of the Ozarks
The Missouri Highway Patrol has reported a boat crash that occurred early Saturday around midnight in which three people were killed.
George Whiteman Honored at 30th Annual Wreath Ceremony
The 30th annual Whiteman Wreath-Laying Ceremony was held late Saturday morning at Memorial Park Cemetery
Missouri Opens Session to Consider Impeachment of Governor
Missouri lawmakers opened a historic special session Friday to consider whether to impeach Gov. Eric Greitens for a variety of allegations ranging from sexual misconduct to misuse of a veterans’ charity donor list for his political campaign.
SFCC Lady Roadrunners Basketball Signs Tate
SFCC Lady Roadrunners Head Basketball Coach Kevin Bucher has announced the addition of Dalen Tate.
Pettis Co. Sheriff's Department Crime Reports for May 18, 2018
On Friday (May 18), Pettis County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to the area of Cedar Springs St. and Highway U in reference to property damage of a motor vehicle.
Three SFCC Baseball Players Earn Region 16 Honors
The State Fair Community College Roadrunners baseball team has much to celebrate after its second season
S-C's Shepard Accepts Music Scholarship at Nebraska
S-C's Dalton Shepard has accepted a $13,000 Academics and Big Red Singers Show Choir scholarship at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
SFCC Foundation Hosts ‘Donors and Scholars’ Luncheons
The State Fair Community Foundation hosted two “Donors and Scholars” luncheons in April
Grant, McFail Set S-C Records at District Track Meet
Senior Monique Grant, who won four events on the day, set the S-C record in the girls long jump and junior Nate McFail is the new record holder in boys pole vault
Human Resource Management Association Receives Award
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has awarded the Human Resource Management Association of West Central Missouri (HRMA) its prestigious EXCEL Platinum Award
Officer Wounds Teen After Being Shot in Ballistic Vest
Authorities say a western Missouri police officer has wounded a 16-year-old after the teen shot the officer in his ballistic vest.
No Charge on Greitens on Campaign Finance Report
A Missouri prosecutor says he won't be filing any charges against Gov. Eric Greitens related to a campaign finance report about his use of a charity donor list.
Smith-Cotton Senior Steger Wins 2018 Dietrich Scholarship
Makenna Steger, a member of Smith-Cotton High School’s Class of 2018, is one of two seniors nationwide to receive the Uniformed Services Benefit Association 2018 Dietrich Memorial Scholarship Award,