Mexico Public Safety Report for 3/28/19

Mexico Public Safety reports the arrest of 22 year old Amanda M. Walker on 2 Audrain County Warrants. Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls yesterday (Wednesday): An assault with injury at West Boulevard. A stealing or theft at North Western. A peace disturbance at West Boulevard. Threats at Luther Drive. Harassment at South […]

St. Louis Cardinals Open Season Today on KXEO

It is opening day for the St. Louis Cardinals today. KXEO is bringing you a sports extra this morning at 11:30.   KXEO Sports Director Matt Pilger and KXEO General Manager Micheal Daugherty preview the Cardinals roster from top to bottom just before the Redbirds take to the field to battle the Milwaukee Brewers. From […]

New Plan Proposed In Funding Missouri Road And Bridge Maintenance

A plan is being proposed in the Missouri House of Representatives that could fund roads and bridges, by taking from other programs. State Rep. Cody Smith, a Republican from Carthage is proposing a plan that would allocate 100 million dollars for road and bridge maintenance. Instead of taking funds from the gas tax and other […]

Thousands Lose Power In Randolph County

Power is now restored to thousands of Ameren Customers in Randolph County after an outage last (Wednesday) night. It happened around 6, the Ameren outage map showed 1,688 customers were affected south of Moberly, while 1,051 customers were without power close to Huntsville, 294 customers between Moberly and Madison, 532 customers in Madison and 158 […]

City Of Mexico Working On Making Sidewalks ADA Compliant

A plan of attack on making sidewalks compliant with the American with Disabilities Act is being put together by the Mexico City Council. A study done by Bartlett and West recently rated Mexico’s existing sidewalk conditions. Mexico has 55 miles of sidewalk in total. 38 miles or 68 percent of the total sidewalks in Mexico […]

KXEO Sports Report for 3/28/19

The Mexico Bulldogs Baseball Team with a 5-3 ninth inning win over the Hannibal Pirates on the road last (Tuesday) night. Ty Prince pitched 6 and 2/3 innings giving up 3 earned runs. Gage Worley picked up the win. Cody Rowe went 3-4 from the plate with an RBI and a run scored. Mexico evened […]

Two Charged After Drugs Delivered Through Mail

The Camden County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office filed charges yesterday [Tuesday] against two people accused of using the United States Postal Service to deliver illegal drugs to 3 different locations around Sunrise Beach. The Camden County Sheriff’s Office says 31 year old Rachel Tapp of Sunrise Beach and 29 year old Danny Ramsey Jr. of Gravois […]

MMA Baseball Is Back After Five Years

The Missouri Military Academy is bringing back their baseball team after 5 years. The Colonels will be led by Blayne Murphy, a science teacher at MMA. He has 10 years coaching experience at Bethany College and Hannibal-LaGrange University. The team will be competing against area schools including Monroe City High School, Community R-VI and New […]