Lawmaker Still In Serious Condition

A Missouri lawmaker injured in a car accident on U.S. 50 on Monday is still listed in serious condition. Republican Representative Rebecca Roeber’s status is an upgrade from her “critical” status yesterday [Tuesday] morning. Roeber remains hospitalized at University Hospital in Columbia.

Auxvasse Woman Arrested In Drug Investigation

An Auxvasse woman is facing charges after an investigation on Tuesday in the 9000 block of Bucktooth Court in the Steedman area. The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office says during the course of the investigation deputies arrested 53 year old Paula Cox for possession of a controlled substance, identified as methamphetamine, and possession of drug paraphernalia. […]

City Of Mexico Asks For Tax Renewal On Ballot

The City of Mexico is asking for a 1/2 cent sales tax for capital improvements on the April 2nd ballot. The tax is a renewal of an existing sales tax and will be used for capital improvements including street repairs, drainage ditches and storm water piping. In the past the funds have been used for […]

Mexico Public Safety Report for 3/27/19

Mexico Public Safety reports the arrest of 64 year old Roger Dale Penn yesterday (Tuesday) for DWI as a persistent offender and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle. Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls yesterday (Tuesday): A domestic verbal on Bennington. A runaway juvenile at North Grand. A stealing or theft on […]

Mexico Public Schools Breakfast and Lunch Menus For 3/27/19

It is back to school after spring break. Joyce Fenner Food Services Director for the Mexico Public Schools reads what is for breakfast and lunch today (Wednesday). Join AM 1340 KXEO and the Am I Awake Morning Show at 6:35, Monday through Friday for the Mexico Schools breakfast and lunch menus.

Missouri River In Jefferson City Measures At Moderate Flood Stage Again

Moderate flood stage levels are again being measured at the Missouri River in Jefferson City. The National Weather Service is rating the Missouri River in Jefferson City at 23 feet as of yesterday (Tuesday), and the water level this (Wednesday) morning was measured at 26.24 feet. The river is expected to crest to 26.5 feet […]

Gas Prices In The State Higher Than Normal

Gas prices in Missouri are higher than normal for this time of year. According to a recent report from GasBuddy gas prices have went up by fifty cents per gallon since the beginning of the year. In January the average price of gas was at $1.99 per gallon. Illinois gas prices have also spiked up […]

Marshall Man Sentenced To Life In Prison In Pettis County Murder Trial

A Marshall, Missouri man is now sentenced to life in prison and up to 15 years in prison on three felony counts that includes Second Degree Murder. A jury found Noah Kelliker guilty of second degree murder, armed criminal action and unlawful use of a weapon in January. According to prosecutors Kelliker killed 21 year […]

KXEO Sports Report for 3/27/19

The Missouri Tigers Baseball team with a 12-11 extra innings win over the University of Texas at San Antonio last (Tuesday) night on the road. Tigers slugger Chris Cornelius launched a home run and added 4 RBI’s. This marked the first extra innings game of the year for Mizzou. Offensive and defensive pass interference penalties, […]

Mexico Baseball Drops Conference Game To Kirksville Tigers

The Mexico Bulldogs Baseball Team had their 3 game winning streak come to an end with a 10-3 loss to the Kirksville Tigers tonight (Tuesday). Cole Whalen pitched 5 innings and struck out 4. Ty Prince with a single and 2 stolen bases. Gage Worley smacked a double. Cody Rowe contributed with an RBI single. […]