The PSC approved increases to The Empire District Gas Company’s PGA factor after the company reported a shift in the cost of natural gas.
Posts published in “Humanities and Emerging Issues”
Amid an election shakeup and new rules, St. Louis Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed is joining the race for mayor.
Background checks for employees at unregulated child care facilities are among a new set of recommendations from the House Children and Families Committee.
Ameren Missouri and Courtyard by Marriott held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at a new Jefferson City fast-charging station Thursday.
St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson will not be running for another term. She said the decision was a choice to look to the future of the city.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a request from Ameren Missouri for a delay in transferring customers to a new rate plan.
The International Association of Firefighters was a major supporter of Biden’s race from the announcement of his bid to Election Day.
With the extraordinary session stalled until after Thanksgiving, here’s a look at the budget as it stands so far in the process.
Gov. Mike Parson defended the newly relaxed statewide guidance on quarantining for Missouri schools on "This Week in Missouri Politics."
The Missouri-developed COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer is expected to receive federal approval by the end of the year.