The Public Service Commission did not adjust Ameren Missouri’s Actual Cost Adjustment balances following an audit and Staff recommendations.
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Missouri allows the death penalty — by lethal injection or gas — which is overseen by the Department of Corrections.
The state’s 2020 Complete Count Committee is asking all Missourians to make sure all people living in their household are counted.
Former Gov. Eric Greitens has agreed to pay $38,000 as part of a settlement with the MEC. Regulators had initially levied more than $178,000 in fines for campaign finance violations.
A plan to increase certain hazardous waste generator fees from a commission under DNR may hit a roadblock in the General Assembly.
State Auditor Nicole Galloway “likely” violated state law by releasing full transcripts along with her partial audit of former Attorney General Josh Hawley Thursday, the current attorney general said.
The company behind the proposed Grain Belt Express Project announced a new initiative with the wind energy transmission line: rural broadband expansion.
Missouri’s net general revenue collections in January were up by 7.4 percent, the state budget director announced Thursday.
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley used state resources in a way that “gave an appearance of impropriety” when he served as Missouri’s attorney general, a partial report from the Auditor’s Office said Thursday.
After more than 40 years of service with the Missouri Department of Public Safety, SEMA Director Ron Walker will retire on April 1.