Missouri will soon be able to allow online grocery purchases with SNAP benefits after receiving approval from the federal government Tuesday.
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With the refund, Missouri has now resolved the issue with nearly 4 million purchased masks from three vendors.
The Public Service Commission approved a variety of motions allowing utility companies to help customers in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Missouri has recalled nearly 50,000 masks given to first responders earlier this month, Director of Public Safety (DPS) Sandy Karsten announced Monday.
Missouri is set to receive emergency grant money for both rural transit and airports in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Governor Mike Parson announced Missouri is the first state in the nation to receive a federal grant for rural transit as part of national COVID-19 relief efforts.
A Quality Inn motel in Florissant — just north of the city of St. Louis — was converted into the alternative care facility.
As COVID-19 social distancing guidelines send employees in many industries home, utility work is still being conducted with added precautions.
As more local municipalities have enacted stay at home orders, the Missouri Public Service Commission has requested utility workers be deemed “essential” and allowed to continue their work.
Gov. Mike Parson requested the federal government approve a major disaster declaration for Missouri as the state continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.