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Missouri’s new license plate design to celebrate 200th birthday
ST. LOUIS, MO — The state of Missouri is issuing a new license plate design to celebrate its bicentennial in 2021. The new plates will be available starting on October 15, 2018. It will be issued to drivers beginning in 2019.
Skydiver killed when parachute fails to deploy
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Suspect arrested in Oak Grove for stealing from KCP&L
OAK GROVE, MO (KCTV) -- After a foot pursuit, a suspect was taken into custody in Oak Grove on Sunday.At about 12:15 a.m., officers with the Oak Grove Police Department went to 706 SW 12th St., which is Kansas City Power & Light property, after an alarm went off.When the officers arrived, they saw a
PICTURES: One suspect still at large after armed robbery
According to a media release, the suspect entered the store, took out a gun and demanded money.
Two people arrested after heroin found during a traffic stop
Deputies pulled over Louis Richmond, 37 and Danielle Scott, 31, both of Jefferson City in the Holts Summit area near the US Highway 54 and State Road AA/OO interchange for a traffic violation.
Sedalia City Council meeting scheduled for Monday night - KMZU
An agenda lists a number of items of business, which will follow reports from the finance and administration committee as well as from the community development, public works and public safety committees.
Emergency crews respond to car versus deer accident
When emergency crews arrived, they found 22-year-old Jessica Padron of Overland Park had been southbound when "a deer struck her vehicle." The collision caused her airbags to deploy, giving Padron a bloody nose. Evans said she reported no other injuries and declined emergency transport.
Evening news briefing from CNN
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Largest family-owned school picture lab making kids’ smiles shine in Sedalia
SEDALIA, Mo. -- The next time you get your kid's school pictures, check the watermark on the back and you'll likely find a local connection.
The writing on the wall
It was almost two years ago that I had a conversation with Dale Malone about people in their late 20s and younger leaving the bar and nightclub scene behind. This week Malone, owner of Dukes and Boots just west of Sedalia, announced that the country bar and dance club would undergo a complete makeov
Sedalian’s inspirational book addresses addiction
Being called a “brutally honest” account, a local man’s memoir explores the deep issues of his addiction and subsequent redemption that allows him to now help others find grace.“World War Me: An Inspirational Memoir,” the first book by Sedalian Rick Tollivar, was released three weeks ago. After losi
Area schools find need for substitute teachers
It’s a situation many school districts face, but when a district employs more than 750 individuals, finding substitutes can be challenging.
Ward convicted, sentenced in Gold Buyer robbery
Henry L. Ward, 20, will spend much, if not all, of his life in prison after he was convicted Thursday of all five charges brought against him in his two-day trial.
After 43 years, Ortmeyer still working at LU
And every time the person in the president's office changed, "Rose Ann adjusted," she said. "I don't think that was hard at all.
Bosworth woman hurt in Friday crash
Forty-two-year-old Gayle Grace drove north on U. S. Highway 65 at Route U when a vehicle stopped on the side of the road allegedly pulled onto the road. Grace reportedly swerved, which caused the vehicle she drove to travel off the left side of the road striking a sign, and travel into a ravine. The
City of Sedalia demolishes deteriorating buildings
Buildings at the corner of East Second Street and South Lamine Avenue, behind the VFW Post at 121 S. Ohio Ave., began to be demolished Wednesday. The entire top floor was removed by late afternoon, and City of Sedalia Community Development Director John Simmons said the structure will be gone within
This Charming Little Farm Town In Missouri Is The Perfect Place To Get Away From It All
Brunswick, Missouri has less than 1,000 residents and is known as the pecan capitol of of the state. Brunswick is also the home of the Missouri Farmers Association.
Here’s why a change to bingo laws is on the November ballot in Missouri
NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- If you’re a Missouri voter, you will soon have a decision to make on the future of bingo. It’s Constitutional Amendment 4, one you probably haven’t heard that much about.
In Missouri, Kavanaugh Fight Sparked a GOP Revival
COLUMBIA, Mo.—Of all Republican congressional hopefuls, no one viewed Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s contentious confirmation hearings more favorably than Senate candidate Josh Hawley. Hawley, who is Missouri's attorney general and a former clerk to Justice John Roberts, is one of the few GOP candidates
One of Missouri's Most Haunted Locations a Short Road Trip Away
If you do an online search for haunted locations in Missouri, you're going to see one place over and over on just about every single list that comes up. It's usually at or near the top of these lists, and this place is pretty close to us. It's reputation as a haunted location has brought out TV crew