St. Louis to Transition to 100 Percent Renewable EnergySt. Louis is corporate headquarters for two of the nation's largest coal companies, Peabody Energy and Arch Coal.
Peabody Energy Applauds Trump Coal PlanEnvironmental groups warn the rollback could mean more health problems for Missourians.
Peabody Asks Court To Be Allowed To Pay Property TaxesIn a motion filed earlier this week in federal court in St. Louis, Peabody says it had incurred nearly $30 million in property taxes.
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.
Madigan Demands Peabody Prove it Has Coal Mine-Closure MoneyPeabody spokeswoman Kelley Wright says the company considers mine reclamation an ``essential part'' of its business, but did not say how it would respond to Madigan.
Peabody Energy to Layoff 250 Employees DowntownOne of downtown’s largest companies is planning major lay-offs.
Worker Dies At Peabody MineSt. Louis based company says contractor was killed at North Antelope facility in Wyoming
States Move To Blunt Obama Carbon Plan As President Barack Obama prepares to announce tougher new air quality standards, lawmakers in several states already are trying to blunt the impact on aging coal-fired power plants that feed electricity to millions of consumers.
7 Arrested at Washington University ProtestSeven Washington University students have been arrested as part of a protest over the university's affiliation with the coal company Peabody Energy.
Charlie Brennan - Wednesday, April 16th - John Rooney; Dan McLaughlin; Mike Howard of Youthbridge; John PizzarelliCharlie with STL Cards' Broadcasters John Rooney and Dan McLaughlin; Charlie and Debbie with Washington Univ. student protesters; with Youthbridge CEO Mike Howard; and with Jazz Vocalist/Guitarist/Pianist John Pizzarelli.
Sit-In Participants Meet With Washington Univ. Chancellor"Students Against Peabody" continues push for school to cut ties with St. Louis based company.