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Ameren Missouri shares tips to reduce energy use during heatwave

Ameren Missouri shares tips to reduce energy use during heatwave

ST. LOUIS (July 17, 2019) – In advance of the high temperatures and even higher heat index for the St. Louis region later this week, Ameren Missouri is sharing simple cooling and energy efficiency tips to help you increase savings and maintain comfort while reducing energy use. “It’s possible to stay cool while saving money,”…

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Puppy Who Suffered Severe Beating Is Recovering

Puppy Who Suffered Severe Beating Is Recovering

Ferguson, MO  (KTRS)  The puppy who was beaten into a coma with a hockey stick in north county is improving.  Hazel was released from an emergency animal hospital into the care of her regular veterinarian at Ferguson Animal Hospital. Dr. Daniel Wentz says the prognosis of the 4-month-old puppy looks good. “Long term, one eye…

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Excessive Heat Warning in Effect

Excessive Heat Warning in Effect

St. Louis (KTRS) An excessive heat warning goes into effect Wednesday at 1 P.M. According to the National Weather Service, the warning will last until 8 P.M. Saturday, as heat indices are expected to reach 113 degrees, with temperatures topping out in the upper 90’s and dew points in the 70’s. You are urged to…

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Bayer moving 500 jobs from North Carolina to St. Louis County

Bayer moving 500 jobs from North Carolina to St. Louis County

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Bayer is closing its crop science division headquarters in North Carolina and moving 500 jobs to the St. Louis area. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson announced the move Tuesday in his Capitol office. Lisa Safarian, Bayer’s commercial operations-North America president, says the German pharmaceutical and life sciences company is closing its…

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John Rallo pleads guilty in case tied to ex-St. Louis County leader

John Rallo pleads guilty in case tied to ex-St. Louis County leader

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A businessman has admitted in federal court that he provided bribes as part of former St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger’s pay-to-play scheme, the fourth person to plead guilty in connection with the crime. John Rallo pleaded guilty Tuesday to three counts of bribery. Sentencing will be Oct. 15. Rallo was…

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