Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) denied a request for additional testimony in an ongoing case involving Evergy Metro’s authority over COVID-19 losses.
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Gov. Mike Parson and first lady Teresa Parson have tested positive for COVID-19, the couple announced Wednesday.
The federal grants for school districts in Dunklin, Henry, Ozark, Shannon, Texas, and Wright counties will pay for 90 percent of the cost of the safe rooms, which are designed to shelter a total of more than 4,500 students, staff, and area residents during severe storms.
Local groups across the country, including 13 Missouri organizations, are calling on congressional leadership to act on legislation that would create a federal flood risk disclosure requirement to protect families, renters, and homebuyers.
Missouri state employees won five StateScoop 50 Awards this year for their work in cybersecurity and IT — more than any other state.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a request from Spire Missouri to install a gas distribution line in Cass County during Wednesday’s agenda meeting.
"Transit funding is not just for riders — it impacts transit workers, small business owners, those who manufacture and repair transit components, front line workers, and many others."
"If the quality of life doesn’t matter, especially for people who can’t take care of themselves, why are we even here?"
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) dismissed an objection to virtual testimony in an Evergy Missouri West case.
"With natural disasters occurring more often, Congress needs to take up the issue of disaster mitigation and flood resistance."