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The Missouri Department of Labor’s Division of Employment Security will accept applications for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) through September 9, 2022.
Over this past week, both the Department of Labor and the Department of Revenue have announced that victims of the floods in the St. Louis area will be eligible for certain forms of relief.
A recent congressionally mandated report by the National Weather Service (NWS) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has found that many states, including Missouri, have gaps between their radar sites, causing delays in weather reporting or allowing for inaccurate data.
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe, who is running for governor in 2024, has been endorsed by the Fire Fighter Association of Missouri.
Gov. Mike Parson first issued a state of emergency on March 13, 2020, after COVID-19 reached Missouri.
Funds will offset the cost of replacing or reconstructing roads, bridges, and safety equipment damaged during the storms.
Electric and gas customers will see an increase on their bills beginning Feb. 28, 2022, increasing Ameren’s annual revenues for electric services by $220 million and gas by $5 million overall.