About 100,000 Missourians registered for a COVID-19 vaccine incentive program less than 24 hours after it was announced, according to DHSS.
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Donald Kauerauf, the former assistant director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, has been chosen to lead Missouri’s health department.
Gov. Mike Parson is requesting help from the federal government to prepare for an official request for disaster assistance.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt assisted a driver after his truck turned onto its side Thursday, helping to pull the driver out of the wreck.
Gov. Mike Parson presented Fulton with a $3.39 million loan to mitigate the impacts of February’s cold snap on utility costs.
The U.S. Department of Commerce awarded Branson a $3 million grant for a flood wall to protect the Compton Drive Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The PSC approved procedural schedules for two complaint cases against Spire Missouri over February’s cold snap Wednesday.
The St. Louis Fire Department is the first in the nation to use a new state-of-the-art fire truck thanks to a donation from Ameren Missouri.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) extended a COVID-19 relief program from Spire Missouri for an additional month.
As the Midwest navigates the fallout from February’s winter storms, municipal utilities will soon have access to a new relief fund.