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Ameren Illinois Customers to See Decrease in Service RatesThis week the Illinois Commerce Commission approved a request from Ameren Illinois for a nearly $14.5 million decrease in delivery services rates.
Comptroller: State Employee Bonuses on Hold During ImpasseThe office that controls Illinois' checkbook announced Wednesday that payments to social services and public safety come first.
Lawsuit Filed Against Missouri Campaign Contribution LimitsVoters approved the measure in November, and it's set to take effect Thursday.
Man Arrested for Busting Car Windows with BB Gun Across STL AreaLt. Mark Smith says a witness tip and surveillance video led to the arrest of 19-year-old Andre Armstrong of Walnut Park in north St. Louis.
University of Missouri Receives Diversity RecommendationsThe task force suggests establishing an oversight council and establishing incentives for diversity training and education.
Missouri Governor Sometimes Commuting To Work From St. LouisMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon has begun spending more time at his new home in the St. Louis area as his term draws to a close.
Jimmy John's Agrees to End Non-Compete Deals in IllinoisA Jimmy John's news release said the company is pleased to resolve the lawsuit.
8 People Indicted for Smash-and-Grab at Missouri Saks StorePolice in three states are investigating whether the same people are connected to similar crimes in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.
U.S. Steel CEO: 10k Jobs Could Return to United StatesLonghi today told the CNBC's "Power Lunch" panel he hopes to "accelerate investments" and start rehiring now that Donald Trump will be occupying the oval office.
Elizabeth Snyder Shares Moving Photos Honoring Late HusbandElizabeth Snyder, widow of St. Louis County Police Officer Blake Snyder, shared an album of touching photos "capturing the legacy" Blake left in their son, Malachi.
Webster University Narrows Investigation into Racist FliersUniversity officials believe a small group of students created the fliers.
Missouri Peach Grower Sues Monsanto Over Herbicide UseFarm seeks millions of dollars in compensation for damage to the farm's peach trees over the past two years.

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