Ameren Deploying Workers, Equipment to Puerto RicoSometime after the first of the year, about 75 line workers and support staff will head to the island.
State Reps Calls for Cap on Electric Rates2018 must be the year that Missouri caps electric rates says state representative TJ Berry.
'Ameren Accelerator' Invests in the Future of EnergyAmeren is investing in the future of energy by buying stakes in tech start-ups.
Puerto Rico Could Be Out of Power for Months, Ameren Says"Devastating" is how Ameren Missouri president Michael Moehn describes the plight of Puerto Rico.
Ameren Doubles Number of Workers to FloridaAmeren is doubling the number of employees and contractors it's sending to help get the power back on in Florida.
Ameren Sends Workers to Restore Florida Power LinesAmeren Missouri sent more than 100 workers this morning to help restore power in Florida.
Ameren Goes 'Smart' with New TechnologyThe electric utility is installing new Smart Grid tech today it says will help reduce outages, especially after severe weather.
Ameren Accelerator Chooses Start-up CompaniesAmeren is getting into the start-up scene.
Ameren Expects to Restore Power by Monday NightLook for all power to be restored to Ameren Missouri customers by sometime Monday.
Thousands Left Without Power After Overnight StormsAn RV in St. Peters was flipped on its side, as wind gusts topped 60 miles per hour
Cool Down STL: Fans In Extreme Heat Are As Deadly As GunsHeat Up/Cool Down St. Louis founder Gentry Trotter took to Twitter Wednesday morning, saying you might as well give a senior a gun if you donate a room fan in this type of heat.
Ameren Volunteers Replace Residential Bulbs in NeighborhoodPolice departments have said it often - keeping porch lights on can deter criminals.

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