Police: Woman Killed in Catholic Store was a Customer
Authorities say a woman killed inside a religious supply store in suburban St. Louis was a customer.
Sedalia Mayor, Administrator to be Added to Hospital Board
Sedalia Mayor John Kehde has recommended that he, along with City Administrator Kelvin Shaw, be added to the Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees.
Two La Monte Residents Injured in Wreck
Two La Monte residents were injured Monday night in a Pettis County vehicle rollover.
Jingle on the Green at State Fair Community College on Nov. 29
November 29 is the date for the annual Jingle on the Green event at State Fair Community College.
Three Railroad Pedestrian Crossings in Sedalia Now Closed
Union Pacific Railroad recently approached the City of Sedalia to request removal of pedestrian crossings at three locations, citing safety concerns.
Gunman Fatally Shoots Woman at Catholic Store in Missouri
Police on Monday were searching Monday for a gunman who went into a religious supply store, sexually assaulted at least one woman and shot a woman in the head.
Family of Kansas Teen Killed in Wreck Outside Arrowhead Sues
The family of a teen who was killed in a crash with an off-duty officer outside the stadium where the Kansas City Chiefs play has filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
Man Charged With Murder in February Shooting Death
A Kansas City man has been charged with killing man who had recently made a trip to Colorado, apparently to get marijuana.
Experimental Recycled Material May Replace Sedalia's Sidewalks
A pilot program will allow the City of Sedalia to experiment with recycled materials to replace sidewalks in areas where tree roots pose a problem to current concrete sidewalks.
CTP Announces Free Fares for 'The Bus' Dec. 1-7
The Community Transportation Partnership (CTP) has announced that there will be free fares on the Sedalia City Bus Dec. 1-7.
City of Sedalia to Purchase New Roller Compactor
The City of Sedalia will purchase a new roller compactor after the old one broke down a month before the maintenance season ended earlier this year.
Oldest Chimpanzee at KC Zoo Passes Away
The KC Zoo announced the death of the 55-year old chimpanzee, named Blackie, via a post on Facebook.
Rolla Attorney Indicted in 18 Counts Alleging Sexual Assault
A central Missouri attorney is facing 18 criminal counts alleging that he sexually assaulted four women.
Professor Accused of Making Students Watch Dogs, be Waiters
The University of Missouri-Kansas City is expanding its investigation of a professor after a Kansas City Star story revealed allegations that he coerced students to perform personal favors, including watching his dog and acting as waiters and busboys.
Missouri Man Charged With Killing Witness in 2017 Killing
Authorities say a Missouri man who was free on bond while awaiting trial in a deadly 2017 shooting has been charged with killing a key witness in the case.
Johnson County Woman Convicted in Connection to Husband's Death
A 33-year old woman from Johnson County, MO was convicted of manslaughter last week in connection to the death of her husband that occurred in April 2017.
Tow Truck Driver Killed in Hit-and-Run Crash in Kansas City
Authorities are searching for a driver who fled after hitting and killing a tow truck driver in Kansas City.
Four Dead Following Accident Outside Rolla
A November 18 accident four miles south of Rolla killed four people, and injured four more.
Sedalia Area Crime Reports for November 19, 2018
An intoxicated man who was reportedly trying to enter a residence in the 1200 block of W. 16th St. was arrested on November 17.
SFCC to Spotlight Theatre Student Performances
The SFCC Theatre Arts program is shining a spotlight on potential future award-winning actors, directors, set designers, makeup artists or stage crew members in featured performances Nov. 30 and Dec. 1