MSD 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.
A 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.
When customers starting coming in, Brown allegedly proclaimed he was joking and tried to buy an alcoholic beverage with a credit card, which was declined.
Weather-permitting, IKEA will try again today to hang its 15-foot yellow letters on its big blue building under construction in Midtown.
Health insurer Anthem said hackers infiltrated its computer network and gained access to personal information for “tens of millions” of customers and employees, including CEO Joseph Swedish.
Impersonators pose as Ameren employees and tell customers their power will be turned off unless they make a payment using pre-paid money cards.
First Bank says the call is a scam.
The corn crop could leave you paying more to heat your home this winter, but the key word is “could.”
Sales are taking a major nosedive at businesses located in the Ferguson riot zone.
Contract expired Jan 1 after months of negotiations failed.