Turning Illinois Roadways Into Renewable Energy SourceWeeds along the side of highways in Illinois could soon be used to create energy.
New NASA Probe Gets a Look at the SunNext summer NASA will launch a mission to the sun.
California Woman Sues Jelly Belly for Sugar in "Sport Beans"Sport beans are marketed as an exercise supplement containing electrolytes and vitamins.
Ameren Continues to Warn Customers About Ongoing ScamLast year an estimated 1,500 Ameren customers reported suspicious activity.
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.
Missouri May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.
Feds: Risk of 2016 Quake Increases, Especially in OklahomaNatural earthquake risk also increased around the New Madrid fault in Missouri, Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas and Illinois.
Vitamin B Injections for Increased Energy Trending at SpasSaint Louis University metabolism expert Dr. Jim Shoemaker calls this a dangerous trend.
Diggin' in the Dirt at the DomeVicki Golden could make history in St. Louis by becoming first female rider to qualify for final.
FDA Going After Sellers of Pure Caffeine PowderThe Food and Drug Administration is building a legal case against companies that sell pure powdered caffeine, which can be fatal even in small doses.
Ameren, ComEd Get OK to Raise Rates in IllinoisThe Illinois Commerce Commission has approved rate increases for the state's two main electric utilities.
Charlie Brennan - Wednesday, November 19 - Mo. Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder on Ferguson Commission; Cindy Schild on Keystone XL Pipeline; Mike ShannonMo. Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder explains his "no" vote on funding for the Ferguson Commission; Charlie and Debbie with Cindy Schild of the American Petroleum Institute on the Keystone XL Pipeline; and Charlie talks with STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon about the Cards' recent trades.