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Sedalia Power Outage Reported Due To Downed Power Line

Around 12:45 this afternoon (July 27), the Sedalia Fire Department responded to a downed power line at 3rd and Lafayette. Part of the downtown area lost power as a result of the downed line, including Sedalia's city hall.

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St Paul’s Holds Benefit for Mark Twain Tenants [PHOTOS]

Last night was one of the first benefits for those of us who were displaced by the big fire at the Mark Twain Apartment complex.  It was held at the St Paul’s Lutheran Church.  

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Report: July 25, 2012

Yesterday morning, Sedalia Police went to the 300 Block of West 32nd in reference to a property damage report. A woman reported that her neighbors caught her yard on fire by shooting fireworks on July 19. The victim said Sedalia Fire Department responded that day and put the fire out. There was also damage done to a couple of trees on the property.

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Sedalia Police Crime And Sedalia Fire Report: July 19, 2012

Here is your Sedalia Police crime and fire report for the afternoon of July 19, 2012.

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Fire Destroys Mark Twain Apartment Building [AUDIO]

UPDATE: KSIS's Jack Miller spoke with Sedalia Police Battalion Chief Paul Withers this morning (July 19), who updated us on the fire that destroyed the Mark Twain Apartment Building last night. Withers says that the building has not fallen down, and the blaze has been tamed despite several "hot spots" at the building.  Police have blocked off the building  and the public is being asked to avoid the area.

Here is Jack Miller's newsbreak with Battalion Chief Paul Withers:

 

A fire that began around 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday, July 19 has destroyed the Mark Twain Apartments Building at 800 West Second Street in Sedalia.  According to officials on the scene, the fire may have started as a result of construction crews working on a tenant's apartment on the upper level of the northeast corner of the building.

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Burn Ban in Effect for Pettis County

The Pettis County Sheriff has issued a statement that a burn ban is now in effect for Pettis County.  An ordinance prohibiting all open burning has been enacted by the Pettis County Fire District No. 1 Board of Directors.

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Sedalia Police and Pettis County Sheriff’s Report: Morning of June 28, 2012

Pettis County Fire Fighters were called to a structure fire to the wooden-decked low water crossing on South Grand Avenue, approximately 1/2 mile north of Anderson School Road Wednesday evening. A large amount of spent fireworks were observed at the location, leading to the possibility of the fire being ignited by citizen carelessness

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Bridge Burns on South Grand Avenue, Fireworks Believed to Have Ignited the Blaze [PHOTOS]

Last night (June 27), Pettis County Fire Fighters were called to a structure fire at a wooden-decked low water crossing on South Grand Avenue.  Firefighters say a large amount of spent firework debris and packaging were found at the bridge, leading them to believe that fireworks ignited the bridge.

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Local 15

Heroic 12-Year-Old Rescues Younger Siblings from House Fire

When fire engulfed 12-year-old Justin Jackon’s Milton, FL, home on Sunday at 2AM, his mother was at work and his father was out of state. So if anyone was going to save his four younger siblings, it was going to have to be him.

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