Many Seek Heating Help Over ChristmasHeat Up St. Louis founder says number of calls on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day "outrageously high."
Missouri House Passes Proposal for Lower Electric RatesThe Missouri House has given final approval to a proposal that supporters say would bring hundreds of jobs to the southeastern corner of the state.
Ice Storm Fizzles, But Still Causes ProblemsNot worst in decade, but enough to cause traffic crashes and power outages.
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.
Missouri House Advances Bill to Expand Castle Doctrine LawDemocratic opponents say the legislation encourages use of deadly force.
Commissioners Tentatively Scheduled to Review Coal Ash Comments
Missouri Panel Questions Adding Multistate Wind Energy LineA company's request to build a power line for a multistate wind energy project that would run through Missouri appears unlikely to gain approval from a state regulatory panel.
Hearing Schedule Changed for Missouri Power LineMissouri utility regulators have changed the schedule of public hearings for a proposed high-voltage power line across northern Missouri.
State Regulators Look To Help Low-Income CustomersPSC opens inquiry to explore options
Investors to ask Ameren for Ash Pond TestingSome of Ameren's investors want the utility to step-up environmental testing around it's coal-fired power plants.
Utilities Feeling Strain of Relentless Heat WaveAt least one area electric provider asking customers to cut back on energy usage.
Mo. Lawmaker Seeks Special Session on Nuclear PlantLegislation allowing utilities to charge electric customers for some of the initial costs of developing a nuclear power plant.

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