Police: Calls from Officer Brown with Social Security Are A Scam
Sedalia Police alerted the public to a scam with an "Officer Brown" with "Social Security Investigations" attempting to get callers to give him personal info.
Pettis County Health Worried About COVID Spread in US 65 Corridor
Pettis County Health Center is worried about two areas of increasing COVID-19 cases. One to our north and one to our south, which can bring more cases of COVID-19 to our area.
City Of Sedalia Wants Us To Help Sell 'Let's Cross Paths' Slogan
Sedalia has a new slogan or branding initiative, as they call it. It's "Let's Cross Paths" and the City wants us to help them convey the message through our photos.
Johnson County Fair Offering Bull Riding, BBQ Contest and More
The Johnson County Fair is back this year with bull riding, their BBQ contest, a car cruise in and more from Wednesday July 7 through Saturday July 10.
Illinois Makes Recess Mandatory, It's Been Missouri Law for Years
Mandatory recess is the law and that's a good thing.
Enjoy Camping? Mo State Parks Looking for Campground Hosts
Missouri State Parks are looking for volunteer campground hosts willing to spend a month helping other campers.
Cole Camp Celebrating Bicentennial With Old Time Picnic Sunday
Experience turtle races, dance the Missouri Waltz, and celebrate what makes Missouri, Missouri at Cole Camp's Old Time Picnic in the Park Sunday June 13, 2021