An accident on I-70 Saturday morning has left one dead and two seriously injured.
Fulton police are looking for a connection between two armed robberies at two Fulton stores this weekend that may involve the same suspects.
Roadside maintenance in the westbound lanes of U.S. 54 between Route AA and Center Street in Holts Summit will take place Monday and Tuesday.
The Fulton Fire Department responded to a structure fire Tuesday evening that fire investigators said was caused by arcing wires in the attic.
As the Missouri River continues to climb, flooding continues to plague Callaway County residents, especially those near the still-closed Routes 94 and C.
The Callaway County Public Library held a book sale Thursday.
Despite shooting just 23 percent from the field, the Lady Wildcats were still able to pull off a convincing victory over the Lady Cats at Moberly Area Community College on Saturday.
Carly Fisher tallied seven points and had five rebounds and five steals in the Lady Hornets’ loss to the Lady Warriors on Saturday morning.
New Bloomfield senior guard Grant Nichols and sophomore forward Jak Kitchens tallied 18 points apiece as the Wildcats fended off the South Callaway Bulldogs 67-55 in Show-Me Conference play Friday night.
Protecting a two-point lead, the Lady Hornets preserved their perfect record by outscoring the Lady Owls 11-6 in the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s NCMC triumph.
There are 53,000 Missouri cattle producers who in total pay over $2 million each year into the federal beef checkoff.
Fulton Presbyterian Manor was recently honored with an Emerald Award.
AJ Ballard, a freshman at Fulton High School, was presented the Scout Award.
The Department of Transportation will replace culvert pipes on two roadways in Callaway.
Qualifying individuals can receive help through the cold winter months and into March.
FHS Constitutional Project team advances to state.
Two individuals remain on the loose after what appeared to be a routine traffic stop Saturday night.
An accident at the eastbound Kingdom City exit on I-70 has left two dead; updated Tuesday night.
Local colleges not threatened
Update: Fulton police say shots fired at car on 900 block of Westminster; two shell casings found, and two bullet holes seen on vehicle.
The Fulton Police responded a single vehicle accident Friday night.
Only a minor injury was reported following a vehicle collision at the intersection of Jefferson Street and Fourth Street yesterday.
In front of homecoming, South Callaway seeks Eastern Conference championship
South Callaway has potential double-celebration as undefeated Mark Twain comes to Mokane.
A fire severely damaged a home at 720 Grand Avenue in Fulton early Sunday morning. No one was home at the time.
A residential fire in a single-story home leaves two pets dead.
A residence fire in the 1100 block of Angie Drive in Holts Summit leaves two pets dead while the owners and two other pets were able to leave the house without injury.
No arrests were announced Monday in two alleged armed robberies — believed to be by the same individual — that occurred Saturday night.
A New Bloomfield man was killed in a single car accident late Saturday night, according to the Missouri State Police.
The Fulton Sun announces the appointment of Shawna Bethell to its team as a staff reporter.
Officers of the Fulton Police Department were involved in a car chase through Fulton early morning Monday.
Fulton Ward 2 Councilman Lowe Cannell issued a statement to the Fulton Sun late Tuesday night following the city council's Sept. 8 meeting,
The 13th Judicial Circuit Court will be recognized Tuesday at 4 p.m. during an award ceremony at the Callaway County Courthouse.
A house fire in a historical property at 817 Court Street started early this morning and, although no injuries were reported, the house has received extensive damage.
A Mokane man was killed in a two-vehicle accident Sunday morning in Callaway County.
One of the Tuesday highlights at the Kingdom of Callaway County Fair was the kids tractor pull, which drew dozens of excited participants. Hundreds braved the scorching temperatures as the fair and carnival rides were up and running. The fair continues for the rest of the week. See daily schedule on page 2 in today’s edition.
Two University of Missouri grads appointed to Fulton Sun
The Callaway County Sheriff website is down after the department’s webmaster found strong evidence indicating the site was hacked last week.
The Callaway County Sheriff Department, Fulton Police Department and Missouri State Highway Patrol are assisting the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Internal Revenue Service in issuing five federal warrants throughout Callaway County.
The Auxvasse Lions Club will host its 34th annual Truck and Tractor Pull Friday, July 17.
The North Callaway School District released its 2015-2016 free and reduced price lunch policy and student eligibility.
Accident on I-70 leaves one woman dead, another injured
Mike Basnett has been appointed as the board chairman of The Callaway Bank.
A Fulton man was arrested after a car chase landed him in the hospital from a gunshot wound.
Gallery of events that took place during the 12th annual "Hit the Bricks" Street Fair in Fulton.
Fulton Public Schools Board of Education members met in a workshop setting Wednesday night with Superintendent Jacque Cowherd to reflect on the district and themselves as a group.
A Fulton man turned himself into authorities on Monday after allegedly fleeing from officers during a weekend pursuit.
Enrollment for the Agriculture Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage programs opened June 17.
Judy Baumgartner, who has served as Callaway County's representative for the Missouri Silver Haired Legislature for four years, has been re-elected for another two years. Members were also elected for the Callaway County Senior Center Council.
New Bloomfield man Robert Joseph Pope, 31, was arrested June 4 for various sexual abuse charges involving two children.
The Callaway County Public Library held its first superhero event, Wednesday. Click to see photos and to learn more about the summer reading program.
Authorities conducted federal firearms search in Millersburg last month, investigation is ongoing
A federal firearms investigation, which led to the search of a Millersburg home last month, has moved out of the mid-Missouri region. The investigation is still ongoing.