The PSC met this week to approve more than $20 million in estimated expenses for the regulation of utilities for the 2022 fiscal year.
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The PSC approved procedural schedules for two complaint cases against Spire Missouri over February’s cold snap Wednesday.
"Broadband is as critical as electricity and water — that is something that experts say, and that’s why today’s announcement is so important.”
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approved new requirements for its gas and transportation reporting requirements this week.
After nearly two decades working for the city, Columbia City Manager John Glascock is retiring in January.
Missouri’s PSC approved a change to Evergy Missouri West and Osage Valley Electric Cooperative’s territorial agreement this week.
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 PSC approved Missouri-American Water Company’s request to purchase and operate a sewer operation in Cole County.
Missouri’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) began offering assistance for energy improvements through low-interest loans this week.
“It’s totally inappropriate for the federal government to put that kind of pressure on financial institutions.”