100 Companies Are Responsible For 71% Of Global Carbon EmissionsRoughly 100 companies have been causing about 71 percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions, a new report shows.
Missouri Ag Department Orders Temporary Halt to Dicamba UseThe department has received more than 130 complaints contending the chemical has drifted onto farm land and damaged crops.
Paris Agreement Pullout: Environmentalists Hate It, Businesses Love ItSt. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson is among the dozens of mayors who say they remain committed to the Paris Accord despite the president's decision to pull out of the deal.
Spanish Village Homeowners Hope for State BuyoutResidents living near the burning Bridgeton landfill and the nearby radioactive West Lake Landfill are hoping a plan to buyout some homes will pass through the Missouri Legislature.
Hundreds of Anti-Trump Protesters March in St. LouisThe protest was among several that have taken place across the country since the election on Tuesday.
US Gives Directive to Schools on Transgender Bathroom AccessThe directive is in formal guidance being sent to school districts Friday by the departments of Education and Justice.
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.
Ameren Missouri Falcon Cam Soars into Fifth SeasonThe ongoing interest in the lives of these amazing birds is reflected in the number of viewers who watch the live camera feed.
Arch Coal Cuts Deal with Wyoming in Multi-Million Dollar BankruptcyArch and Alpha each operate two large open-pit mines in the Powder River Basin, the nation's top coal-producing region.
Concrete Plant Opponents File SuitResidents say plant would hurt property values, rezoning was illegal.
Lawmakers Call for West Lake Landfill to Get Higher PriorityLocal residents applaud effort to have landfill added to federal program.
Commissioners Tentatively Scheduled to Review Coal Ash Comments