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Funds will offset the cost of replacing or reconstructing roads, bridges, and safety equipment damaged during the storms.
More than half of the sewershed samples collected last week contained mutations associated with the new variant, according to DHSS.
Electric and gas customers will see an increase on their bills beginning Feb. 28, 2022, increasing Ameren’s annual revenues for electric services by $220 million and gas by $5 million overall.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Jefferson City as the Capitol and Governor’s Mansion glow with festive holiday decorations.
The latest round of awards covered 68 applicants across the country.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt said masking requirements could hamper social development for young children while vaccination requirements could harm the early education workforce.
The Administrative Hearing Commission set a June 21, 2022 hearing date to receive testimony from both sides of the issue.
"Local television stations play a unique and critical role in their communities, keeping viewers informed, entertained, and alerted in an emergency."
The Bicentennial Bridge connects to a 30-acre parkland north of the Union Pacific Railroad, expanding Capitol tourism and providing access to the new park on a strip of land along the Missouri River known as Adrian’s Island.