The Missouri 911 Board is putting $2 million toward modernizing systems across the state, bringing them in line with national standards.
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Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) is reviewing its practices following an order from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
As the Midwest recovers from last week’s winter storm, Missouri’s Public Service Commission is investigating its impact on utility companies.
After perfecting it during a lengthy debate earlier this week, the Missouri Senate voted to pass a controversial public safety bill Thursday.
The Missouri House passed a bill that would put control of eminent domain issues in the hands of local officials Thursday.
The Missouri House passed a controversial education bill to thunderous applause Thursday after a Republican representative flipped his vote.
Gov. Mike Parson joined a nationwide celebration by proclaiming National FFA Week in Missouri after driving a tractor to the Capitol.
The Missouri House third read and passed a bill proponents say would crack down on election fraud Wednesday.
The Missouri House is one step closer to progressing a controversial bill establishing an education savings account (ESA) program.
Gov. Mike Parson joined other governors in urging the president to withdraw an executive order pausing oil and gas leases on federal land.