Boone County To Open Child Support Court

A Boone County Judge is starting a child support court to help parents without custody of their children. The court will allow child support cases to be filed as civil instead of criminal, with the approval of the prosecutor. The county is starting the program in partnership with the Fathers Committed to Families Program, that […]

AG Schmitt Issues Consumer Alert

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt issued a consumer alert regarding Facebook. In a statement Schmitt is urging Missourians to change their Facebook passwords in light of recent reports of the social media site storing millions of passwords in plain text. Facebook privacy complaints or issues can be reported to the Missouri Attorney General’s Office online.

Macon Man Charged In Callaway

The Callaway County Prosecuting Attorney charged a Macon man with felony offenses of stealing and receiving stolen property yesterday. [Friday] Forty one year old Frederick Michael Nerini was arrested on Thursday in Millersburg. The charges stem from the theft of an all-terrain vehicle on county road 305 and the theft of a trailer on West […]

Charges Upgraded In Hannibal Altercation

The Marion County Prosecutor upgraded charges against a Hannibal man today [Friday] after an assault that led to the death of 43 year old Gregory Stanley. Damien Fugate is accused of causing a disturbance at the restaurant on March 24, being verbally abusive to customers and assaulting Stanley, who was taken to Blessing Hospital where […]

One Injured In Huntsville Farming Accident

One person was taken to the hospital after a farming accident on Circle A Ranch, north of Huntsville this morning. [Friday] The Randolph County Sheriff’s Department says deputies responded at around 9:15 and learned two employees were using a loader to drive a fence post. The loader bucket slipped off of the fence posts, causing […]

Counterfeit Bills Found In Randolph County

The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office received a report when a woman found several $100 bills under her windshield wiper at a local business on Wednesday. The sheriff’s office reports a woman flagged down a deputy after she noticed the bills. The deputy determined the money was counterfeit and removed them. Randolph County Sheriff Mark Nichols […]

State Agencies Ask Drivers To “Move Over” For Emergency Vehicles

In response to a second Illinois State Police trooper being killed while working along a highway this year, three Missouri state agencies are urging motorists to slow down and proceed with caution when approaching a stopped emergency vehicle. The Missouri Department of Public Safety, Missouri State Highway Patrol and Missouri Department of Transportation are asking […]

MMA Honors Colonel Stribling

Cadets and staff at Missouri Military Academy honored their former commandant and executive officer today. [Friday] Cadets held a ceremony for Colonel Stribling Remembrance Day by laying a wreath on his grave. Colonel Charles Stribling III was a graduate of MMA and joined the faculty in 1952 becoming President of the school in 1968. During […]

MMA Spring Family Weekend

Hundreds of people will be coming to the Missouri Military Academy in Mexico, Missouri today (Friday) kicking off the school’s Spring Family Weekend. MMA President- Emeritus Tony McGeorge says parents will be traveling from all over the world. A parade and battalion review will take place tomorrow (Saturday) from 11-2, and the weekend’s event will […]

Mexico Public Safety Report for 3/29/19

Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls yesterday (Thursday): A domestic physical incident at West Liberty. A fraud reported at East Breckenridge. Threats at South Coal. A stealing or theft reported at North Jefferson. Drug activity in progress reported at Hassen Apartment A.