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The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival Draws Closer, Check Out Their Mobile App [INTERVIEW]

The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival is coming up in Sept. 20-22. It's going to be a huge event with lots of music and food down in Columbia at Stephens Lake Park. They're going to have all sorts of huge performances from names you know including The Black Crowes, Blues Traveler, Steve Earle, Mavis Staples, Johnny Winter, Bela Fleck, Samantha Fish and more.

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Sedalia’s Weekend Events – Weekend of September 13

Here's a look at all of our local events going on this weekend - there are quite a few! 

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Columbia Bus Riders Compete for Free Passes

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Columbia bus riders are competing this week in a citywide scavenger hunt.

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Kaleb Talks BBQ With Vendor Coordinator of Roots N Blues Festival

Danielle Hart, the vendor coordinator for the 2013 Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival, called in to the show to discuss the new location, what to expect at this year's festival and of course, the BBQ.

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Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival Bringing Big Names to Columbia [INTERVIEW]

The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival is coming up in Sept. 20-22.  It's going to be a huge event with lots of music and food down in Columbia at Stephens Lake Park.

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Clerical Error Cited in Unsolved Columbia Shooting

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Columbia police say a clerical error caused the Missouri Highway Patrol to classify an unsolved fatal shooting as a justifiable homicide.

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Teen Pleads Guilty in Columbia Homicide

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A 16-year-old Columbia boy who was scheduled to go on trial this week for the shooting death of another teenager instead pleaded guilty to two charges.

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One Person Dies in Columbia Shooting

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Columbia police say a man was killed in a shooting at a city park.

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Man Found Guilty in Jefferson City Homicide

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — It took a Cole County jury only about 70 minutes to find a man guilty in a drug-related death of a Columbia man.

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High Schooler Busted After Changing Fellow Student's Name in Yearbook
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Missouri High Schooler Changes Student’s Name in Yearbook to Lewd Term, Gets Arrested

Missouri high school student Kaitlyn Booth probably thought she was pulling off the mother of all pranks when she changed a fellow student's last name to an offensive term in the school's yearbook, but now the joke's on her. Booth has been arrested and could be charged with a felony.

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