Kansas City Southern Holiday Train Coming to Higginsville & K.C.
You can see KCS' Holiday Express Train in Higginsville and Kansas City this December.
Hundreds Arrested During Violent Crime Initiative in K.C. Area
Operation Triple Beam, an initiative led by the U.S. Marshals Service to track down some of the Kansas City metropolitan area’s most violent and persistent offenders, resulted in hundreds of arrests and the seizure of dozens of firearms and illegal drugs.
Martin Selected as National FFA Talent Performer at National Expo
Ashlee Martin, a member of the Green Ridge FFA chapter in Green Ridge, will be on stage and in the spotlight Oct. 30 ‐ Nov. 2
Country Music Memories:'The Devil Went Down to Georgia' Goes Gold
On Aug. 21, 1979, Daniels earned a gold single for "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," from his 'Million Mile Reflections' album.
Lebanon Man Drowns While Fishing on Gasconade River
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has reported that a Lebanon man drowned while fishing on the Gasconade River.
Do You Know What Purple Paint On A Fence Post Means in Missouri?
You've driven across Missouri for years, whether it be on the interstate, a highway, a blacktop or even a gravel road, and you've noticed there's purple paint on a lot of fence posts, and even trees. What does it mean?
Warrensburg Pharmacy Offers New Way to Get Prescriptions
One Warrensburg Pharmacy is offering to fill your prescription by presorting all the medications you take and individually packaging it for every dose.
Valley Oaks Steak Company in Johnson County Closing Immediately
Media outlets out of Kansas City are reporting that Valley Oaks Steak Company near Lone Jack is closing after their expansion plans have caused controversy.
Sedalia Resident Denotes Problems in 600 block of South Lafayette
Sedalia resident John Urton stood up to address the Council about a problem he's having with a neighbor at 625 South Lafayette.
Liberty Park Goes to the Dogs... and Cats... Saturday!
Celebrate National Dog Day by heading out to Bark In The Park at Liberty Park from 10AM - 2PM CDT.
City of Sedalia Schedules Wind Storm Debris Pick-Up
City of Sedalia crews are working this week (Aug 19 - 23) to remove tree limbs and branches from public property and right-of-ways resulting from the recent wind storm damage.