Judge Rules Ameren Missouri Plant Violates Clean Air ActU.S. District Judge Rodney Sippel's ruling Monday could require St. Louis-based Ameren to install additional pollution control equipment at the Rush Island power plant in Jefferson County.
Derailed Coal Train Knocks Out Power For HundredsNo one was hurt in the accident, and Ameren expects to have the power back on by noon Wednesday.
Missouri Chamber of Commerce Backs Multi-State Power LineChamber President is endorsing the Grain Belt Express Clean Line which has approval in Kansas, Indiana and Illinois.
St. Louis-Based Peabody Energy Files For BankruptcyPeabody blames low coal prices, weakness in China's economy and regulatory challenges.
Peabody Tells Illinois it Can Cover Mine Closing CostsA Peabody attorney counters that its anticipated restoration costs are between $25 million and $30 million less than the state estimates.
Peabody Allegedly Funded False Climate Change ScienceNew York A-G questions if coal giant misled investors on climate change.
Ameren Missouri Monthly Bill Increase Begins in Sept.All of Ameren Missouri's 1.2 million customers will see the increase from $4.62 to $5.08 a month.
EPA Seeks 21 Percent Emission Drop in MissouriTo meet newly proposed federal standards, Missouri would need to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by more than one-fifth by 2030
Obama's New Carbon Emissions Rules Draw Mixed ReactionsPresident's Obama's call for a 30 percent reduction in carbon emissions is stirring strong reactions on both sides of the argument.
Hearing on Ameren's Coal Ash Landfill Postponed AgainEnvironmentalists are screaming foul over Ameren Missouri's plans to construct the ash-pit at its Labadie facility, saying that it doesn't meet county regulations.
Coal Protest Continues at Washington University A student sit-in over Washington University's ties to coal company Peabody Energy is approaching its third week at the St. Louis campus.
Sit-In Participants Meet With Washington Univ. Chancellor"Students Against Peabody" continues push for school to cut ties with St. Louis based company.