The PSC approved a request from Ameren Missouri to redirect more than $3 million to assist customers through the COVID-19 pandemic.
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There have been 495,776 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Missouri and 8,634 deaths.
NFIB is throwing its weight behind Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s legal challenge to the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act.
Imperial-based health care regulatory compliance lawyer Kyle Haubrich is making a bid to replace term-limited Rep. Dan Shaul in 2022.
"I propose we protect our citizens’ right to privacy by prohibiting both government and corporate America’s ability to mandate these intrusive passports."
Here's a look at the federal challenges leveled by Eric Schmitt in his role as Missouri's attorney general.
Missouri placed a moratorium on administering the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine Tuesday following few reports of extremely rare blood clots.
After winning her historic bid last week, Mayor-elect Tishaura Jones said she’s ready to get to work for her city.
Through the end of February 2021, Missouri has received $3.81 billion through CARES Act and other programs.
A majority of small business owners in Missouri are confident they will remain open despite the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey.
Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) reported its first case of the South African COVID-19 variant Tuesday evening.