Here’s a look at how the PSC's Staff operates, what cases it takes on, and how it factors into the commission’s work.
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Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a waiver allowing Ameren Missouri to compete to provide electric service to a new development project.
Gov. Mike Parson is calling lawmakers back to Jefferson City for a supplemental special session next month.
State Representative Rudy Veit, R-Wardsville, was recognized by the Judicial Conference of Missouri at an annual ceremony.
Missouri is one of the first states to submit a COVID-19 vaccine distribution strategy to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), according to Gov. Mike Parson.
Gov. Mike Parson presented Missouri Public Safety Medals to 11 first responders and six civilians for responding to emergency situations in 2019 Tuesday morning.
The Missouri Veterans Hall of Fame is set to hold its inaugural induction ceremony at the end of October, honoring its first class of inductees.
Gov. Mike Parson held a pinning ceremony for Missouri National Guard Adjutant General Levon Cumpton in the state Capitol Wednesday afternoon, advancing his rank to major general by pinning a second star.
The Missouri Supreme Court heard final arguments in a case over the state’s remote voting policies Tuesday afternoon.
Just what does the phrase “defund the police” mean in Missouri, a state governed by a former sheriff? And where do Missouri Democrats stand?