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Smithton’s Adam Wagenknecht shoots against Skyline guard Brennan Holt on Saturday during the W-K Holiday Shootout game at Fred E. Davis Multipurpose Center.
The Skyline boys basketball team kept Smithton at arm’s length Saturday in the W-K Holiday Shootout.
Police are seeking a known suspect after a shooting Tuesday.
A Sedalia teenager is being held on a $1 million bond after allegedly shooting at someone from a vehicle.
First responders with the Sedalia Fire Department and APSI load shooting victim Trenton Lawson into an ambulance Tuesday afternoon in front 711 S. Lafayette Ave.
Police arrested the suspected gunman in a Tuesday afternoon shooting which left a Sedalia man in critical condition.
OTTERVILLE — Strong shooting in the first half propelled the Russellville Indians to the title of the Otterville Holiday Classic with a 70-61 win over the Smithton Tigers.
The perfect season continues for the Mid-Missouri Outlaws.
The Central Missouri Mules didn’t secure a share of the MIAA men’s basketball regular-season championship Saturday night.
WARRENSBURG — A 21-year-old man was arrested in connection with a shooting that occurred earlier this week.
A Sedalia man suspected of shooting at a woman in a car and threatening a police officer was in Pettis County Jail on Thursday evening.
KNOB NOSTER — A woman who was shot in the chest during a fight was released from the hospital Tuesday, Police Chief Brian Kniskern said Wednesday.
A Sedalia boy accidentally shot himself in the hand Tuesday afternoon, according to Sedalia Police Department reports.
KNOB NOSTER — Police Chief Brian Kniskern said Tuesday he is unlikely to seek charges in the fatal shooting of a man that occurred during a domestic dispute more than a week ago.
Pettis County authorities on Monday identified a Knob Noster man fatally shot by a Johnson County Sheriff’s deputy Sunday afternoon.
Investigators ruled as accidental the death of the Deepwater woman who was shot in the chest by her husband, according to the Henry County’s Sheriff’s Department.
The knife that David Morgan was wielding when he was shot by Sedalia police officer John Cook on June 30 is shown in this investigation photo. The knife was 9 inches overall with a 4.5-inch blade.
A Sedalia police officer was justified in fatally shooting a man, Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney Jeff Mittelhauser said Thursday.
CLINTON — A jury at a coroner’s inquest Thursday found that a Knob Noster teacher committed a felony in shooting his neighbor to death.
A Sedalia man is being held on a $1 million cash-only bond after allegedly shooting into a vehicle that had children in it.
WARRENSBURG — Chief of Police Bruce Howey stood at the corner of North Holden and East Pine streets on Wednesday night, watching as a throng of people slowly dispersed.
WARRENSBURG — Some 35 law enforcement officials have joined the investigation into the Saturday evening shooting death of Warrensburg nightclub owner William “Blaine” Whitworth.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit Court ruled Tuesday that Sedalia Police Officer John Cook acted lawfully in connection with a 2007 shooting that killed Sedalia resident David Morgan.
Deputies from the Pettis County Sheriff’s Office arrested Harry James Young II, 39, of Sedalia on Monday afternoon on an active warrant charging him with first-degree assault and armed criminal action.