Ameren Crews in Puerto Rico Working Around the Clock on PowerPuerto Rico residents still struggling with basic needs, like electricity, are in line for some help from dozens of St. Louis-area volunteers.
Puerto Rico Could Be Out of Power for Months, Ameren Says"Devastating" is how Ameren Missouri president Michael Moehn describes the plight of Puerto Rico.
Ameren Sends Workers to Restore Florida Power LinesAmeren Missouri sent more than 100 workers this morning to help restore power in Florida.
Ameren Goes 'Smart' with New TechnologyThe electric utility is installing new Smart Grid tech today it says will help reduce outages, especially after severe weather.
Power Outage Causes MSD Sewage LeakPower failure during Wednesday's fast, powerful storms led to the failure of a wastewater treatment station in Maryland Heights.
Power Outages Can Cause Mold, Bacteria in FoodIt's best not to take any chances with you or your family's health in the wake of the recent power outages.
Wind Energy Firm Trying Again for OK of Cross-Country LineMissouri Public Service Commission rejected Clean Line Energy's request in July 2015 while questioning its local benefit.
UPDATE: Crippling Ice Could Cause Widespread Power Outages, Dangerous RoadsKMOX AccuWeather Meteorologist Dean DeVore says we can expect to see the freezing rain to hit the St. Louis metro-area between 8am and 10am and freezing rain will continue throughout the day Friday.
Republican Success Opens Door to Amending U.S. ConstitutionRepublicans already control Congress, the White House and more governors' offices than they have in nearly a century.
Oakville Still Most Affected Area Without PowerOne woman told KMOX she threw out $1,500 worth of food she had just stocked in her deep freezer.
Downtown Explosion Evacuates 3 Buildings, No InjuriesAround 7 p.m. an underground electrical vault fire broke out at the building near 9th and Olive.
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.