Ameren Missouri Lowers Energy Efficiency ChargeAmeren Missouri customers soon likely will pay about $7 less on their monthly bill.
Laclede Gas Rates to Decrease Compared to Last Winter“We have good news for Laclede Gas customers, and that’s that rates are going down right now,” Gobble says.
First St. Louis IKEA Customers Enjoy a 'Party Atmosphere'Store manager John Achillea says he expects thousands of people when IKEA's doors open this morning.
Wine and Tapas? Taco Bell to Serve Them in ChicagoWhat kind of wine pairs best with a Chalupa? Taco Bell customers in Chicago and San Francisco will soon be able to find out.
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.
Local Health Official Encourages Early Flu VaccinationsIt may seem a bit early, but local pharmacies are already beginning to offer the flu vaccine to customers.
About 3,000 Still Without Power in St. Louis AreaThe National Weather Service says scattered thunderstorms were possible Tuesday afternoon, although no severe weather was expected.
FCC to Phone Companies: You Can Stop Unwanted RobocallsTired of automated phone calls urging you to vote for a certain candidate or pitching you a cruise vacation? You can now tell your phone company that federal regulators say it's OK to block them.
Business Owner Gets 14 Years for Sexually Assaulting CustomersThe owner of Cosmetic Laser Center in St. Peters, Mo. was sentenced for sexually assaulting four customers.
Storms Take Toll on Power in Downtown St. LouisAmeren Missouri reports several blocks of downtown St. Louis were hit by a power outage this morning when heavy rainwater swamped an underground power station at 8th and Pine.
MSD Residential Customers Spared from Billing IssueMSD officials on Wednesday clarified that only the bills of multifamily and commercial customers will be affected. Some apartment owners and renters, and 3,700 businesses, could still face high charges.
Customers to Pay for MSD Billing ErrorA miscalculation that goes back nearly two years has many local sewer district customers doing double takes when they open their bills - and perhaps uttering some choice words.