A bill seeking to encourage nuclear power generation in Missouri is moving forward in the House after its perfection Tuesday.
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The EPA and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) are honoring four Energy Star partners in Missouri with Partner of the Year awards this year.
Missouri moved one step closer to no longer being the only state without a prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) Tuesday afternoon.
Former Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan is President Joe Biden’s pick for administrator of the General Services Administration.
Missouri’s Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control released an app allowing retailers to verify the authenticity of IDs for alcohol purchases.
As catalytic converter thefts increase across the country, the Missouri House is set to debate a bill meant to curb the issue.
Utility companies, including Spire Missouri, are examining ways to dampen the impact of last month’s winter storms on customers’ bills.
Ameren Missouri filed a proposal with the PSC Wednesday, seeking a rate adjustment aimed at bolstering its electric and natural gas systems.
For students in Sullivan, the Life House Youth Center is an opportunity to grow in a safe after-school environment.