AmerenUE, Atmos Energy and Missouri Gas Energy were approved Thursday to charge consumers $100 to $200 extra.
The winning ticket, bought at an O'Fallon Quick Mark, had a $2.2 million prize.
A month after arriving at the sanctuary for treatment of toxin poisoning, the bald eagle was released. The sanctuary has worked to promote bald eagle conservation in Missouri.
A judge is considering whether the Department of Revenue violated laws by raising fees on driver's license records.
Sen. Claire McCaskill made an appearance on comedian Stephen Colbert’s show Wednesday night. She was asked why, as a woman, she didn’t support Hillary Clinton over Barack Obama.
A St. Louis-based hospital is going to cut out water bottles in an effort to reduce the environmental impact of producing bottles.
Attorney General Jay Nixon’s office has agreed to pay $26,000 to a quadriplegic woman who claimed employment discrimination. The settlement includes no admission of wrongdoing.
Another unmarried couple is being told by a suburban St. Louis town they’re not welcome.
An accident on a busy St. Louis-area interstate left a sticky mess.
Angela D. Wilburn, 44, whose husband is a founder of the Ozarks Minutemen, faces a possible six months in prison and $500 fine.
A Springfield utility plans to inject carbon dioxide into the ground to test whether air pollution from power plants can be stored safely.
Two 12-year-old Jefferson County boys are recovering after being attacked by a dog that got out of a fenced yard.
Kansas City Mayor Mark Funkhouser has unveiled a $1.2 billion rail-transit plan for the metro region.
A St. Charles County woman indicted for her alleged role in a MySpace hoax against a 13-year-old neighbor who committed suicide will be arraigned June 16 in Los Angeles.
A Washington County Sheriff’s Department worker faces two misdemeanor counts of animal abuse after the department’s police dog was found to be sick and malnourished.
Despite recent budget cuts by Kansas City, donations are helping to keep the Liberty Memorial alight until July 4, but more donations will be needed to keep it going afterwards.
Reports that Angeuser-Busch might be purchased by Belgium-based brewer InBev have St. Louis residents worried they might lose a company as closely identified with their city as the Gateway Arch.
A library worker in Poplar Bluff says she was disciplined for refusing to work at a “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” promotional event.
Emergency management officials urged residents living below the dam to seek higher ground.
The change in interest rate discounts, which takes effect June 1, will only apply to new loans, not existing ones.