Jones named Assistant CEO for AMEC, will succeed Hart in January as next CEO

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Less than one year after departing from the Governor’s Office to accept a new role with Association of Missouri Electric...

New rate cuts take effect for Ameren customers

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Beginning today, customers of Ameren Missouri will see their rates decrease by six percent, thanks to legislation passed by the...

State reimbursements to county jails questioned in new lawsuit over jail bills

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A Missouri woman is suing the state’s Department of Corrections on the grounds that she shouldn’t be charged for a...

Bipartisan panel to talk mass incarceration on Friday

ST. LOUIS — Legislators from across the political spectrum are coming together Friday evening to discuss possible alternatives to mass incarceration in Missouri that enhance...
Soybean field in Hurdland, Missouri (ALISHA SHURR/THE MISSOURI TIMES).

Report finds Missouri loses millions in economic activity with drop in soybean prices

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — For every 10-cent drop in soybean prices, the Show-Me State loses more than $36 million in economic activity, a new analysis...

Senator Blunt receives Brewers Association Legislative Champion Award

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – U.S. Senator Roy Blunt is being honored for championing small and independent beer. The Brewers Association this week recognized Blunt, awarding...

This Week in the Missouri PSC: July 25, 2018

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Four orders and tariffs appeared before the Missouri Public Service Commission on Wednesday. The first dealt with a request from the...

Could Jefferson City be home to the next Missouri River port?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A new effort to fund a regional port district in the heart of the Show-Me State is moving to the...

MoDOT joins other transportation stakeholders in signing pledge to fight human trafficking

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Transportation is joining the fight against human trafficking. In a news release issued on Monday, MoDOT said...

This Week in the Missouri PSC: July 19, 2018

Commission approves decrease to KCPL's DSIM rider rate, shares concern about OPC violating PSC rules, procedure JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Customers of Kansas City Power...

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