An order for Spire Missouri to refund customers for past surcharges was approved by Missouri’s PSC during Wednesday's agenda meeting.
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"Evidence confirming the effectiveness of all-rider helmet laws is abundant as is the damage resulting from the absence of this law."
Clean energy employment rates have seen massive decrease during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Clean Jobs Midwest 2020 report.
An order to further decide how utility companies will collect past-due payments after delays due to COVID-19 has been approved by Missouri’s PSC.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) considered its budget for the 2021 fiscal year and approved remote meetings in Wednesday's agenda meeting.
Missouri’s DSS has announced home energy funding assistance for low-income families as part of the second phase of Missouri’s reopening plan.
A year after Gov. Mike Parson's first international trade mission, Missouri's chief executive details its successes and what's still in the works.
Spire Missouri was approved for waivers — with stipulations — pertaining to safety inspections and more due to COVID-19 limitations by the PSC.
The free market is ready and willing to transition to alternative fuel sources but can only do so if they can fairly compete in the marketplace.
Rex Tennyson, the operations manager for a small motorcoach company in Rolla, was just gearing up for the busy season when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.