MoDot Advises Limited Travel This Weekend

The Missouri Department of Transportation is advising motorists to limit travel beginning Friday and throughout the weekend as a series of winter storms will impact roads across the state. MoDOT’s first priority is to return interstates and major roads to mostly clear driving conditions as soon as possible after a storm. The department also gives […]

Winter Weather Advisory Issued

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the most of the listening area that will go into effect at 9AM tomorrow [Friday] and will expire at midnight. Periods of accumulating snow could make travel difficult in some areas, and roads may rapidly become slippery once the snow begins. The timing of […]

Valentine’s Day Spending Expected To Break Records

Spending for Valentine’s Day this year is expected to increase by 6 percent over last year, according to the National Retail Federation. American’s are expected to spend a total of approximately $20.7 billion dollars this year, exceeding the spending record of $19.7 billion set in 2016. According to the NRF’s annual holiday study, 52 percent […]

Missouri’s U.S. Senators Respond To Funding Bill

U.S. Senator Roy Blunt issued a statement today [Thursday] after the Senate passed a bipartisan funding bill that will fund the fiscal year and give President Donald Trump some funding for the border wall. In the statement Blunt says in part “This bill marks a step toward securing the border. It’s not the agreement either […]

Mexico Bulldogs Have Strong Showing At State

Four Mexico Bulldogs Wrestlers are moving on in the state wrestling tournament at the Hearnes Center in Columbia. Keith Ransom, Dillon Nichols and Maverick Sadler are all going to the quarterfinals after first round wins. Kevin Duong dropped his first match and got a pin in the second round and will move on to compete […]

Mexico School Breakfast and Lunch Menus For 2/13/19

Here is what is being served at the Mexico elementary, middle, and high schools for today (Tuesday) read by Hawthorne Cafeteria Manager Valarie Hightshoe. Join AM 1340 KXEO every morning at 6:35 for the Mexico School’s breakfast and lunch menus on the AM I Awake Morning Show with Matt Pilger.

Former Mexico Resident Set To Release Documentary About Rural Health Care

A former Mexico, Missouri resident is getting ready to release a documentary about rural surgeons in March. Meredith Corrado who grew up in Mexico, Missouri and has worked on feature films and television shows has been working on her current project since 2012. The documentary film is a campaign to bring awareness to just how […]

Mexico School Breakfast and Lunch Menus For 2/12/19

Here is what is being served at the Mexico elementary, middle, and high schools for today (Tuesday) read by Hawthorne Cafeteria Manager Valarie Hightshoe. Join AM 1340 KXEO every morning at 6:35 for the Mexico School’s breakfast and lunch menus on the AM I Awake Morning Show with Matt Pilger.

Mexico Man Convicted Of Kidnapping, Rape

A Mexico man was convicted by a jury on multiple charges related to a 2017 kidnapping. Justin Todd was convicted Saturday of two counts of rape,  and one count each of kidnapping and sodomy. The victim’s mother reported the victim missing, saying the last time she heard from her daughter she sounded like she was […]