In an effort to support the city following February’s cold snap, Missouri granted Hannibal $750,000 through a municipal utility loan.
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"For our nation’s leaders to deny us those life-sustaining resources before viable energy alternatives are available is a pernicious deed."
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a temporary decrease to Evergy Metro customers’ electric bills beginning next month.
Missouri’s non-farm employment rose by more than 70,800 jobs between September 2020 and last month, according to the latest jobs report.
Investments are vital to ensuring more patients have access to telehealth services, according to Missouri providers.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request from the Spire STL Pipeline to preserve its service through the winter months Friday.
"We can handle another search for paper towels and toilet paper, but we can’t let our kids go hungry at school."
Sen. Mike Cierpiot and chief of staff Michelle Pleus were honored by Evergy this week for their work on securitization legislation.
The PSC approved several natural gas companies’ efforts to mitigate the impact of February’s cold snap on customers this week.
The groundbreaking ceremony — with a cacophony of I-70 traffic in the background — was a celebration of local, state, and federal partnerships.