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Firefighters continue to battle a blaze that has been burning for more than three weeks at a landfill near Medicine Hat in southern Alberta. A Cypress County spokesman says the owner of the Westar landfill has been difficult to reach. Jason Storch,
In most cases, the caller claims to be a Westar Energy customer service representative and tries to get the customer to provide credit card information or other personal information, telling the customer a check bounced or he or she has a past-due
Photos The Kansas Corporation Commission on Tuesday will consider a proposal by Westar Energy to allow the company to disconnect some customers without giving them a last chance to pay their past-due bill at home. Under current commission rules, the
November 28 The squirrel may have bumped the turkey as the center of conversation in homes across Leavenworth County and parts of Johnson this Thanksgiving. More News That's because one of the small, furry critters is being blamed for causing a power
The Kansas Corporation Commission has approved a $3 a month increase in residential electric rates, but not before a revolt by two commissioners who are seeking to stop their chairman from attaching a separate statement criticizing the way rates are
If credit-challenged customers can prepay for a cell phone, why not electricity, too? That's a question being raised by Westar Energy, which is asking the state for permission to let some customers pay for their electricity before they use it.
Westar Associates Artist rendering of Hollister Village Hollister Village Breaks Ground In Goleta Mixed-Use Project Will Feature 266 Apartments and Shopping Center Friday, October 18, 2013 Article Tools Developers and Goleta officials broke ground
The power went out for about 1,900 customers shortly after 5 p.m...Although no officials with Westar Energy could be reached Sunday, the company did reporte on Twitter that its work crews were responding and the Cause unknown at this time. A
Attorneys for Westar Energy Inc. and its customers urged Kansas regulators Thursday to approve a proposal for allowing the utility to raise its service charge for residential electricity users by $3 a month, saying it's a reasonable way for the state'
Westar Energy earlier this year asked for its 16th rate increase since 2006 and, based on its successful track record with the Kansas Corporation Commission, likely saw little reason to doubt its latest request would find the same easy path to