Daily brief (7/14): Top picks from the Springfield media

Today’s going to be a bit cooler, with highs only predicted to reach 90. There’s a chance for scattered thunderstorms this afternoon; tomorrow is supposed to be sunny and have a high of 93.

Today’s picks

KY3: Possible price gouging is now being examined in Joplin. The Missouri Attorney General’s office is currenty investigating hundreds of cases involving possible price gouging, and has officially filed suit against a landlord for raising rent too much following the Joplin tornado.

Springfield News-Leader: Audit reveals tax money is not being used for its intended purpose. An internal audit has shown that tax money designed for the Wonders of Wildlife American National Fish & Wildlife Museum has not been used as intended by the tax’s ballot language.

KSPR: Lake of the Ozarks beach to reopen this weekend. The Department of Natural Resources is reopening Grand Glaize Beach this weekend, after E.coli levels were well below acceptable levels for the second week in a row.

Christian County Headliner News: The 75th annual county fair begins today. Thursday is the first day of this three-day landmark event in Christian County, one of only a handful of free fairs still in operation.



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