"As a longtime friend of the firefighters, it’s an honor to continue working alongside them."
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"This law builds back our bridges, our water system, our powerlines, electric grids — better, stronger, more resistant to climate change."
"While this is good news and we feel confident in our ability to provide reliable natural gas service to our St. Louis customers through this winter heating season, we’ll turn our focus to the long-term certificate for the pipeline."
Missouri clean energy advocates say focusing on efficiency and reducing the demand for power could be key to navigating future extreme storms.
The PSC denied Empire District Gas Company’s request for summary judgment in a complaint case stemming from February’s cold snap.
"This week has been a challenge for many of us, but it is inspiring knowing that we will overcome this obstacle together."
A mental health program aiding Kansas City firefighters could be adapted for other public safety organizations, Missouri lawmakers said.
Jefferson City voters will decide the fate of a proposed sales tax touted as a way to bolster the city’s public safety departments Tuesday.