Daily brief (1/14): Top picks from the Springfield media

Today will be partly sunny with a high near 41.

Wind chill values will dip as low as 10 with a south wind around 8 mph. Tonight, expect patchy freezing fog after 3 a.m., mostly cloudy skies, and a low around 25 with wind chills as low as 18. The winds will be between 7 and 9 mph.

Hazardous weather outlook

Today’s picks:

  • News-Leader: Viebrock against road for 60-65 development. Greene County Presiding Commissioner Jim Viebrock would like to give some landowners near the proposed 500-acre 60-65 Partnership Development project some peace of mind.
  • News-Leader: Governor’s office paying a third of Nietzel’s MSU salary. Though former Missouri State University president Mike Nietzel is not on the state payroll for his job as a gubernatorial adviser, the governor’s office is paying for his work.
  • KY3: FBI visits Ozark blogger at request from Rep. Billy Long’s office. An Ozark man says he had a peculiar visit this week.  Clay Bowler says an FBI agent wanted to know about any confrontations he has had with Rep. Billy Long. (Also KSPR)
  • OzarksFirst [KOLR/KSFX]: Computer cop gives parents Internet safeguards. Greene County parents have a new tool to keep their children safe on the Internet. It’s called the computer cop. (Other coverage: KY3)

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