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The Next Step: Behka’s Update

Kids, as you probably remember, I was one of the people who lived in the Mark Twain apartments here in Sedalia.  And now, as of tomorrow, I think I can finally come to an ending on this situation.

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UPDATE: Pettis County Fire Department Lifts Burn Ban

UPDATE September 7, 2012:  Due to recent rain, the Pettis County Fire Department has lifted the burn ban.

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Vehicle Fire Closes All Lanes of I-70

Both eastbound and westbound lanes lanes of Interstate 70 were closed early Tuesday morning due to a vehicle fire near mile marker 115 and the Missouri river bridge.  According to KOMU, emergency crews responded to the fire around 9:00 a.m. on the eastbound lanes of the bridge.  ABC 17 reports that a semi-truck and a car were involved in the accident.

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Good Samaritans Rescue Child From a Burning Building [VIDEO]

Internet videos typically bring us one of two things — either something terrible that makes you question the meaning of life, or cats… lots of cats. Well, today we present to you an internet video that might actually make you feel like you never saw the most awkward lip sync/love tribute ever.

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Mosque Destroyed by Fire in Joplin, Missouri; Arson Suspected

A fire at the mosque of the Islamic Society of Joplin, Missouri destroyed the house of worship on Monday, August 6.  Federal agents are investigating the blaze, which appears to have been started intentionally.

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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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