Daily brief (9/29): Top picks from the Springfield media

Fall has fallen, and mild temperatures will be holding steady for the rest of the week, according to the National Weather Service. Today will be sunny, with high about 74.

Today’s picks:

  • OzarksFirst (KOLR/KSFX): Missing Census returns could affect Missouri’s voice. Some 36,000 Census forms were not returned and may result in losing a congressional seat.
  • KY3: New Cox emergency center may prevent patient diversion. The new department will quadruple the amount of square footage.
  • News-Leader: Springfield Public Schools dancing rules get mixed reception. The rules, which include no simulated sex acts, could result in students being removed.
  • KSPR: Polk County ponders tax-credit program to lure new businesses. The Enhanced Enterprise Zone would provide incentives such as property-tax abatements to lure businesses to the area.
  • KSMU: New database tracks key meth ingredient in real time. Missouri has launched a new database linking the state’s pharmacies to track sales of pseudoephedrine.
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