Here are this morning’s top business headlines from across Missouri:
A Houston-based company is asking the Missouri Public Service Commission to reconsider plans for a $2.2 billion transmission line that would carry wind energy across the state, delivering it from the Kansas plains to eastern power grids.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Fox Sports Midwest have agreed to a 15-year deal worth about $1 billion for the network to continue as the baseball team’s exclusive local broadcast partner.
The fight over Kansas City’s minimum wage rages on. Civil rights and social justice advocates on Thursday renewed their push for a ballot initiative that would raise the city’s wage floor to $15 by 2020.
Boeing Co. on Wednesday unveiled the first of its new EA-18G Growlers that are bound for the Australian Air Force, and a top company official said odds are good that the line in St. Louis County producing that plane and the F/A-18 Super Hornet will keep running for years to come.
The rate commission for the St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District approved plans for a $900 million bond issue that could come to vote as early as next year. If approved, the bonds would go toward continued financing of an Environmental Protection Agency program keeping sewers in St. Louis city and county from overflowing into local creeks and rivers.