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Coal Miner Killed In Southern Illinois

St. Louis based Peabody Energy says work at the Willow Lake Mine is halted for an investigation.


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“King Coal” Hopes to Dig Out of Hard Times in November

ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–If they wrote blues songs about the coal industry, they’d have plenty to sing about — as three major coal companies in St. Louis are under pressure from falling demand, tougher regulations and competition from natural gas. […]



Charlie Brennan: Peabody, Russ Carnahan & Amber Wood

Charlie talks with Vic Szec of Peabody Energy and Jeff Ordower, STL activist who is leading a protest at the Peabody shareholders meeting.


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Commerical Real Estate To Grow In 2012

The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors are projecting growth in most areas of commercial real estate.


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Total Information PM – Rooney Report, Leaders In Education

Cardinals Broadcaster John Rooney gives us the latest update on Yadier Molina’s suspension and previews the matchup against the Florida Marlins. Vic Svec is the Senior VP of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications for Peabody […]


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Peabody Looks To Expand Southern Illinois Coal Mine

They plan to expand their 11-year-old Wildcat Hills operation in Gallatin and Saline counties.


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Peabody Acquires Australian Mine

The transaction will give Peabody 100 percent ownership of the coal operation in Queensland, Australia.


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Peabody Energy: New Website is a Hoax

The website offers free inhalers and a coupon for asthma medicine to children.


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Total Information PM – Tuesday, April 26th

Rooney Report Cardinals Broadcaster John Rooney gives us a live update from Houston to preview tonight’s baseball game against the Astros. Mark on Money Governor Nixon signs into law a measure to end a nearly […]


With St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay (L) and Mo Gov. Jay Nixon looking on, Peabody Energy Chairman and CEO Gregory H. Boyce announces that the energy giant will remain in downtown St. Louis for at least another 15 years, during a press conference in St. Louis on March 2, 2011. The publicly traded company will remain in the newly-renamed Peabody Plaza in the heart of downtown St. Louis. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Peabody Energy Will Stay Downtown

Peabody Energy announced Wednesday that they have renewed their decade long commitment to the City of St. Louis.




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