Eldon Man Arrested After Fleeing from Authorities Several Times in Stolen Vehicle
On Friday (Jan 12), Moniteau County deputies responded to a residence on Highway O in Cooper County to assist Cooper Co. authorities with an investigation of a stolen truck.
Retro YouTube Video Documents President Reagan’s Visit to the Missouri State Fair
The Reagan Library has posted a YouTube video that documents a 1984 visit to the Missouri State Fair by President Ronald Reagan.
President Donald Trump Says He's Not a Racist
Trump made that declaration Sunday in the wake of his recent comments about Haiti and African countries.
Pope Seeks to Turn Tide of Chilean Church Bruised by Scandal
Pope Francis' visit to Chile was always going to be fraught, but it has taken on an unprecedented degree of opposition with the firebombings catholic churches.
Pregnant Teen Who Sued Over Abortion Leaves Federal Custody
A pregnant immigrant teenager who told a judge that she was being prevented from having an abortion while in federal custody has been released.
Missile-alert Mistake Feeds Doubts About a Real Emergency
For many Hawaii residents, the ballistic missile false alarm was a preparedness wakeup call.
Kansas City Zoo Welcomes Gracie, a Female Baby Chimpanzee
The Kansas City Zoo has a new arrival.
Missouri Man Sentenced to Prison for DUI Fatal Crash
A drunk driver who rear-ended another car on Interstate 29 in northwest, killing the driver, has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Missouri teacher Accused of Sexual Contact with Student
A southern Missouri teacher has been arrested and charged with felony sexual contact with a student.
2 Heads Saved this Rare Missouri Snake from Untimely Death
A rare two-headed snake is on public display at the Shepherd of the Hills Hatchery in Branson.
MO St Fair Foundation Youth in Agriculture Scholarship Due Soon
For area youth the deadline is approaching for applications for the Missouri State Fair Foundation Youth in Agriculture scholarship.
Sedalia Woman Dead Following 'Assault With a Weapon'
A 33-year-old Sedalia woman died January 14 after succumbing to injuries she sustained in an "assault with a weapon."
Sedalia Woman Injured After Car Strikes Tractor
A Sedalia woman suffered minor injuries after the car she was driving struck a tractor Saturday afternoon in Hickory County.
Sedalia Woman Arrested in Clay County on Felony Warrants
29-year-old Skyla M. Carroll of Sedalia was arrested by the Missouri State Highway Patrol Sunday morning at 9:46 a.m. in Clay County.
Marshall Teen Arrested in Connection to Murder of Sedalia Woman
An 18-year old Marshall man has been arrested in connection to the shooting death of a Sedalia woman.
Sedalia Police Dept. Crime Reports for the Evening of Jan. 12, 2018
On Thursday (Jan 11), Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for an equipment violation. Officers made contact with the occupants and discovered the driver had a suspended license. Police also say a female passenger, 29-year old Lisa A...
Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration in Sedalia
The Martin Luther King Day Celebration will take place Monday morning in Sedalia.
City of Sedalia Highlighted at January Chamber Breakfast
Sedalia Mayor Stephen J. Galliher was the guest speaker at the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce's monthly breakfast, held Thursday morning at Best Western, 32nd and Limit.
Youth in Agriculture Scholarship Applications Due Soon
The application deadline for Missouri State Fair Foundation Youth in Agriculture scholarships is approaching.
LaMonte School Board Annual Scholarship Fundraising Dinner
The LaMonte School Board is hosting the annual scholarship fundraising dinner this evening (Jan 12).