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.
Study Claims Microwaves Are As Bad As Cars For The EnvironmentAccording to the University of Manchester, the total number of microwaves in European Union households emit 7.7 million tons of carbon dioxide each year.
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.
Missouri Lawmakers Power Up For Electric Special SessionLegislation that would allow lower electricity rates for two manufacturers supporters say could return jobs to a region in the southeast part of the state.
Loop Trolley Wires Activated this Week The overhead wires for the Loop Trolley are being "energized" this week.
Nixon Backs Missouri Power Line for Wind EnergyNixon on Wednesday announced Clean Line Energy Partners has promised to adopt what he described as landowner protections.
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 May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.
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.
Missouri Legislation Could Hike Ameren RatesAttorney John Coffman encourages ratepayers to call their lawmaker and tell them they are against Senate Bill 1028.
Thousands of Ameren Customers Still Without PowerAt the height of the outages nearly 55,000 Ameren Missouri customers were without their electricity.
Coleman Appointed to Missouri Utility Regulation PanelColeman currently is director of the state Office of Community Engagement.