Missouri Ameren Electric Rate Cut Begins Today
A six percent rate cut for electric customers of Ameren Missouri begins today (Wednesday).
According to company officials the one hundred sixty seven million dollar rate cut is the first substantial cut in over 10 years.
A savings of seventy five dollars for an average residential customer using around one thousand or twelve hundred kilowatts is estimated.
An Ameren spokesperson is crediting the savings to the federal corporate tax cuts passed in December of last year (2017).
MoDOT Announces Highway 19 Roadwork in Multiple Counties
MoDOT Announces Highway 19 Roadwork in Multiple Counties MoDOT is announcing a pair of road resurfacing projects in Pike and Ralls counties that also includes improvements near Mark Twain Schools outside of Center. Starting Monday, weather permitting, contractors will begin a resurfacing project on three disconnected portions of Highway 61 in Pike and Ralls counties…… Continue Reading
Mexico Man Arrested for Child Pornography Makes Court Appearance
Mexico Man Arrested for Child Pornography Makes Court Appearance A Mexico man charged with possessing and promoting child pornography makes his first court appearance. Joe Evan Cheney is accused of possessing and sharing pornographic images of children. A search warrant was served on Tuesday at Cheney’s residence. Cheney had his initial appearance yesterday (Thursday) for…… Continue Reading
KWWR Sports Report 3/17/23
KWWR Sports Report 3/17/23 Mizzou picks up wins yesterday in the NCAA Tournament and in the WNIT. The men got the win in the first round in Sacramento, beating Utah State 76 – 65, their first win in the tournament since 2010. They advance to the field of 32 to take on 15th-seeded Princeton who…… Continue Reading
KWWR Sports Report 3/16/23
KWWR Sports Report 3/16/23 In spring training action yesterday, the Cards beat the Mets 4 – 1 and the Astros knocked off the Royals 4 – 3. This afternoon, it’s the Cards hosting the Astros at 12:05 with Kansas City playing host to the Athletics of Oakland at 3:05. Things got a little wild at…… Continue Reading