The PSC ordered Spire Missouri to file contingency plans as the fate of the Spire STL Pipeline remains in flux.
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SSM Health in St. Louis is set to bolster its remote patient monitoring system pilot program as part of a federal telehealth program.
Gov. Mike Parson is considering plans for state employees to return to remote work as COVID-19 case rates rise across Missouri.
Kansas City plans to bolster its EV infrastructure with chargers built into light poles along its streets.
"We expect this investment to increase broadband internet connectivity and access in every corner of the state for hundreds of thousands of Missourians."
Employment rates increased considerably over the last year, with 83,900 more jobs reported last month compared to the same time in 2020.
The PSC approved a slight rate increase for Evergy Missouri West customers to recover a year’s worth of under-collections.
“Soybean farmers in this state have a tremendous story to tell as stewards of the land and as people that want to continually improve our farms."
As electric vehicles gain popularity across the nation’s roadways, Missouri’s electric cooperatives want to expand the state's network.
Internet service providers advocated for legislative measures to address the demand for broadband access in rural Missouri Monday.