ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–Ameren Missouri says it’s not worried about widespread power outages caused by the prolonged heat wave. “We’re able to handle this heat, absolutely, and we’ve been handling it for a number of days now,” […]
Ameren Missouri will have enough power resources to meet the high demand of electricity during the hot days ahead.
Charlie talks with U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn about his book, “The Debt Bomb”; with Ameren Pres. and CEO Warner Baxter about funding for nuclear reactors at Callaway Plant; with Bestselling Author Jonah Lehrer about his book, “Imagine: How Creativity Works”; with Mo. State Sen. Jane Cunningham about STL City students attending STL County schools; with Tom Parsons of BestFares.com about the American Airlines/U.S. Air merger; and with Bandleader Bob Kuban about the life of Broadcast Icon and “American Bandstand” Host Dick Clark.
“When it comes to creating jobs and transforming our economy, projects just don’t get any bigger than this one,” Nixon said. “This is our moment.”
If approved, a customer’s average monthly bill would rise $14.
Thousands of residences, decks, patios and boathouses appear to encroach on land belonging to the hydroelectric project in violation of federal regulations.
Ameren Missouri says it needs more room to store coal ash
Regulators say no to Ameren recouping Taum Sauk costs.
Franklin Co Commissioners suggest protection for water supplies
County Commissioner says alternatives needed if landfill zoning denied.