The Missouri 911 Board is putting $2 million toward modernizing systems across the state, bringing them in line with national standards.
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As the Midwest recovers from last week’s winter storm, Missouri’s Public Service Commission is investigating its impact on utility companies.
Members of Missouri’s congressional delegation called on the federal government to investigate the energy issues gripping the Midwest.
As winter storms grip the Midwest — and Texas faces millions of power outages — Missouri is trying to stay on top of the demand for energy.
Ford is canceling operations at its Kansas City Assembly Plant for the week as winter storms bolster the need for natural gas in the area.
The delegation said Missouri specifically needs transportation and distribution assistance with the coronavirus vaccine.
After the riot at the U.S. Capitol earlier this month, lawmakers have concerns about their ability to respond to a potential emergency within the Missouri statehouse.
The Missouri National Guard is teaming with other state partners to establish COVID-19 vaccination sites across Missouri.
After more than 30 years in law enforcement, James Remillard was officially named director of SEMA Wednesday.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson released a new public health warning Thursday outlining suggestions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.