Daily brief (12/7): Top picks from the Springfield media

Today will be mostly sunny, with high of about 39. The Ozarks will see a minor warm-up as the week progresses before another cold blast moves in with a chance of snow.

Today marks the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Veteran J.C. Penwell of Mount Vernon shares his memories of that day in today’s News-Leader.

Other picks for today:

  • News-Leader: Future of Riverside Bridge unclear. The fate historic bridge in Christian County, which was closed to traffic in September, remains undecided. (Other coverage: KY3)
  • OzarksFirst (KOLR/KSFX): Springfield schools to let out two hours early today.
  • KSPR: Springfield volunteers monitoring parking for disabled. Volunteers are hitting area parking lots and reporting people who park improperly in spaces for people with disabilities.
  • News-Leader: Greenwood undergoing $2.5 million upgrade. Renovation at the laboratory school in Springfield will mean new science labs for students.
  • KSMU: Four Loko under scrutiny. The alcoholic drink, which is loaded with caffeine, has come under fire nationally, and local officials warn about consuming the drink.
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