Ameren Missouri will be dropping their electric rates starting August 1st.
An agreement has been approved by the Missouri Public Service Commission that will reduce electric revenues by 6 percent or approximately 166.5 million dollars.
With the new rates residential customers of Ameren UE using 1,000 kilowatts per month would see a reduction of about $6.21 per month.
KWWR Sports Report 8/12/22 The Cardinals host the Brewers tonight at 7:05 at Busch Stadium in the first of a three game series. The Card’s Jordan Montgomery will be bringing it to the Brewer’s Eric Lauer on the mound. The Royals are also at home hosting the LA Dodgers at 7:10. Daniel Lynch will open…Continue Reading
Jefferson City Ramp Work Could Affect Commute Time MoDOT is Reminding motorists today of the planned closure of the southbound U.S. Route 63 exit ramp to westbound U.S. Route 54 next week. Work will begin Monday night, August 15th, last about two weeks, and will be weather-dependent. Motorists will be detoured around the closure via…Continue Reading
Jefferson City Man Seriously Wounded After Shooting During Domestic Dispute Yesterday afternoon, the Jefferson City Police Department responded to reports of someone being shot at 125 N Ventura Avenue, Apt C. Upon arrival, officers found a 46-year-old male had been shot during a domestic dispute. Officers secured the scene, the victim was transported first to…Continue Reading
US Cellular Offers Fun Funding to Local K-12 Non-Profit and Athletic Groups US Cellular in Missouri and Kansas is offering funding to local K-12 non-profit and athletic groups through a program called Community Connections. Unlike many fund-raisers, this one revolves around five digital activities whose impact can be shared and multiplied by getting friends, family,…Continue Reading
Boone County 911 Response May Be Slower Than Expected Staffing shortages may delay 911 responses in Boone County. Boone County Joint Communications (BCJC) aims to answer 911 calls within 15 seconds but they currently have just 54% of their budgeted staff, which translates to 28 vacancies, adding precious second of wait time to those in…Continue Reading
Mizzou Researchers Say COVID Shots Likely to Become Annual Event Researchers from the University of Missouri say that new research supports the idea that the COVID-19 boosters may not be able to keep up with the rapid evolution of the virus. They emphasize that the vaccines do work, and should help even as the virus…Continue Reading