Man Found Dead in Southwestern Missouri Home after Standoff
A man suspected of shooting at southwestern Missouri deputies is dead after apparently shooting himself during a lengthy standoff.
City of Sedalia Reminding Residents of Garage Sale Permits
With spring approaching, garage sales will be popping up around town and the City of Sedalia is reminding residents about garage sale regulations and permits.
Missouri Regulators Approve Midwest Wind Energy Power Line
Missouri regulators have reversed course and given the go-ahead to one of the nation’s largest renewable energy projects.
League of Women Voters Forum Attracts Eight Local Candidates
A total of eight candidates appeared at the League of Women Voters Candidate Forum Tuesday night at the Sedalia Municipal Building.
Missouri Supreme Court Strikes Down Jail Time for Jail Debts
The Missouri Supreme Court says local courts can’t throw people back in jail for not paying previous jail debts.
Ex-Priest’s Medical Licenses Become Inactive in 2 States
A former Kansas City priest who was defrocked last year following an investigation into allegations of child sexual abuse no longer has valid licenses to practice medicine in Kansas and Missouri, according to registration records.
University of Missouri Fires Campus Cop Over Blackface Photo
University of Missouri officials say they have fired a campus police officer after verifying he was in a photo depicting him blackface.
Sedalia Man Injured after Vehicle Overturns in Boone County
A 65-year old Sedalia man was injured Monday afternoon after a vehicle overturned in Boone County.
Springfield Man Sentenced for Child Sexual Exploitation
A 55-year old man from Springfield, MO was recently sentenced in federal court for child sexual exploitation.
Katy Trail State Park Offers Tram Tours for Seniors
Missouri State Parks is offering senior citizens the chance to see Katy Trail State Park from the comfort of a tram coach during Tuesdays on the Trail tours.
Missouri Lawmaker: Bill Requiring AR-15s Not Meant to Pass
A Missouri lawmaker who’s introduced measures that would force adults to own handguns and young adults to own AR-15 semi-automatic rifles said he’s trying to make the point that mandates are bad and doesn’t actually want to require gun ownership.
Travis Davis Captured, Returned to Pettis County Jail
After an extensive search in Cooper County overnight, escapee Travis Davis was arrested by Sedalia Police this morning in east Sedalia.
If You're Having A Hard time Sleeping, This May Be Your Answer
Does it seem like it's harder and harder to get a good night's sleep? If you're struggling to get the Z's, this may be the answer you've been searching for to your dilemna.
Sedalia Establishes 'Music Teacher Appreciation Day'
The Sedalia City Council on Monday night agreed to established March 12 as Music Teacher Appreciation Day, in honor of the late Jordan Ali Halane.
Silent Auction at Library Offers Royals Ticket Package
Boonslick Regional Library, 219 W. 3rd, is hosting a silent auction fund-raiser now through April 6 during regular library hours.
Sedalia Council Votes for Sewer, Water Rate Increase
The Sedalia City Council approved a rate increase for sewer and water on Monday night.
Edgar Signs National Letter of Intent to Play Soccer For Drury
S-C senior goalkeeper Colby Edgar recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Drury University in Springfield.