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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Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved a temporary decrease to Evergy Metro customers’ electric bills beginning next month.
The PSC approved several natural gas companies’ efforts to mitigate the impact of February’s cold snap on customers this week.
The Spire STL Pipeline team is calling on the U.S. Supreme Court to grant it more time to provide service to the St. Louis region.
The PSC approved Spire Missouri’s Weather Normalization Adjustment Rider adjustment, ensuring a rate decrease for customers next month.
The PSC approved a second variance from its gas meter inspection rules for Summit Natural Gas due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
DHSS Director Donald Kauerauf continues to encourage those who are wary of the COVID-19 vaccine to consider it.
The PSC approved a change to Missouri-American Water Company’s infrastructure system replacement surcharge for St. Louis County customers.
The Spire STL Pipeline was granted a certificate to continue operating for 90 days, giving the project time to focus its engagement efforts.
The Missouri State Council of Fire Fighters and IAFF Local 2665 have backed Rep. David Gregory’s campaign for state auditor.