Mexico Public Safety Chief Attends Law Enforcement Summit in Washington D.C.

A hand full of police chiefs in small to medium sized towns are talking about different strategies and challenges facing their departments. A day long summit took place in Washington D.C. yesterday (Thursday). Mexico Public Safety Chief Susan Rockett says topics of discussion were cultural, moral, and hiring retention. The Heritage Foundation hosted the event […]

Mexico Girls Softball Lose To Helias

Mexico Lady Bulldogs Softball were defeated 3-2 by Helias last (Thursday) night. Head Coach Keith Louder says it was a face off of two all state pitchers against two good hitting line-ups. Paytience Lawson-Holman pitched 7 2/3 innings with 10 strikeouts and issued 0 walks. Reghan Smith was 3-4 with a double. Aaryn Sampo went […]

Mexico Bulldogs Football Travels to Clinton for Week 5

The Mexico Bulldogs football team will embark on a 150 mile road trip to take on the Clinton Cardinals tonight (Friday). The Bulldogs come into week 5 with a 2-2 record while Clinton is 0-4. Tune into KXEO for a 6:30 pregame interview with head coach Steve Haag, kickoff at 7. Other games in the […]

KXEO Sports Report for 9/21/18

The Kansas City Royals lost 11-8 against the Detroit Tigers last (Thursday) night. Whit Merrifield and Alcides Escobar each had three hits for the Royals. Starting pitcher Jorge Lopez gave up seven runs on eight hits in one plus inning in the loss. The Cleveland Browns rallied past the New York Jets for a 21-17 […]

Nate and Julie Birt Public Perspectives Guests on Saturday Morning

Your local talk show Public Perspectives will be interviewing local author and Mexico School Board Member Nate Birt and his wife Julie this Saturday Morning.   Nate is a veteran journalist and his first book titled “Frozen, But Not Forgotten”, is set to be published in April next year. Nate and his wife Julie talk […]

Hallsville Woman Arrested During Traffic Stop

A Hallsville woman was arrested around 3:00 yesterday [Wednesday] morning after a deputy found drugs during a traffic stop. The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office reports 43 year old Jeri Green was the driver of a vehicle stopped for traffic violations near the Center Street and Highway 54 interchange. A search of vehicle allegedly revealed methamphetamine, […]

Missouri Task Force One Update

Missouri Task Force One is continuing their operations in North Carolina following Hurricane Florence. According to the Boone County Fire Protection District, the teams are divided into two groups, one in Brunswick County and the other in Leland. Both conducted targeted searches of neighborhoods and individual houses yesterday. [Wednesday] The teams rescued a combined 14 […]

Algae Closes Stephens Lake

Stephens Lake in Columbia has closed due to an advisory issued by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. The state has determined there is a risk of harmful algae in the lake. Signs have been posted at numerous points around the lake notifying park users of the potential presence of harmful algae. Contact […]