The PSC approved a request from Ameren Missouri to redirect more than $3 million to assist customers through the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) moved up the effective date for an extended COVID-19 waiver requested by Spire Missouri.
For students in Sullivan, the Life House Youth Center is an opportunity to grow in a safe after-school environment.
“It takes a lot of collaboration to get the job done in these communities. COVID just amplified that quite a bit.”
Missouri is recovering from 2019’s catastrophic flooding quicker than it had after other floods, Gov. Mike Parson said.
A bill seeking to gradually phase out Missouri’s personal property tax assessment rate was defeated in the Senate Monday evening.
After a decades-long career in public service for Missouri, U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt announced Monday he would be leaving his Senate seat in 2022.
The Missouri 911 Board is putting $2 million toward modernizing systems across the state, bringing them in line with national standards.
"Rush was one of the most consequential voices in modern conservatism."
A bill in the Missouri Senate seeks to consider adding streaming services to the list of video service fees.