KCP&L Wolf Creek Nuclear Plant Says Facility Is Secure After Government Warns Of Russian Cyber Threats By Brian Grimmett • Mar 16, 2018 NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION / FLICKR - CC Listen Listening... / 0:39 The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued an alert about Russian government-backed attempts at breaking into utility company computer systems. Industry Leaders Ask Legislature To Fix High Cost Of Kansas Electricity By Brian Grimmett • Mar 12, 2018 Brian Grimmett / KMUW A resolution pending in the Kansas Legislature would urge, but not require, state regulators to make electric rates more competitive. Kansas Regulators Back Westar-Great Plains Merger, With A Few Caveats By Brian Grimmett • Jan 30, 2018 File Photo Listen Listening... / 0:39 A merger of Westar Energy and Great Plains Energy deserves approval, regulatory staff say in a new report, if the two utilities sweeten the deal with more money for ratepayers and less for shareholders. Westar-Great Plains Merger Gets Tepid Praise, Criticism Before Kansas Regulators By Brian Grimmett • Jan 23, 2018 Brian Grimmett A proposed merger between two of Kansas’ biggest electric utilities drew little criticism, or praise, during a public hearing Monday night in Topeka. Despite Corporate Tax Cuts, Kansas Electric Utilities Plan To Raise Rates Again This Year By Brian Grimmett • Jan 2, 2018 wikipedia.org Despite a large cut to the corporate tax rate, Kansas utility companies say they still expect to ask for rate increases this year.