State Reps Calls for Cap on Electric Rates2018 must be the year that Missouri caps electric rates says state representative TJ Berry.
Colo-rectal Cancer Rates Jump After Long Decline New research shows more people under age 55 are dying of colorectal cancer after decades of declining death rates.
Study: Certain Regions Have Higher Cancer RatesThe American Medical Association is out with a new report that shows parts of the Heartland along the Mississippi River are hot spots for certain cancers.
Missouri House, Greitens Push Utilities ProposalThe bill is meant to bring jobs to the southeast corner of Missouri surrounding New Madrid that last year lost more than 900 jobs.
St. Mary's Hospital Ranks Second in Lowest in C-Section RatesA local hospital earns high marks for its low rate of c-section deliveries.
Drivers See Higher Premiums After Not-At-Fault CrashesMost drivers don't expect to be hit with a rate hike on their auto insurance after a car accident that wasn't their fault.
Ameren Illinois Customers to See Decrease in Service RatesThis week the Illinois Commerce Commission approved a request from Ameren Illinois for a nearly $14.5 million decrease in delivery services rates.
Advocates Urge Illinoisans to Comment on Health Plan RatesIllinois insurers want higher premiums for next year because they have taken significant financial losses under the health law.
Experts Say Brexit Could Push Mortgage Rates DownOther experts say the rates may hit an temporary all-time low, but could be an opportunity for some consumers.
Illinois House Committee OKs Progressive Income Tax PlanA measure asking voters in November to tax Illinois' wealthiest residents at higher rates is heading to the full House for consideration.
Ameren-Missouri Defends Plan to Hike RatesThe change is designed to give a 10 percent discount to Ameren's biggest industrial customer, Noranda Aluminum near New Madrid, so it won't go out of business.
Auditor Questions $860K in Fund Transfers in GallatinA state audit has found that a small northwest Missouri city improperly transferred about $860,000 from utility revenues to its general fund while raising sewer and electric rates.