Today will be partly sunny with a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. A high of 75 is expected.
Rain chances grow to 70 percent on Wednesday. The high is expected to be 74.
- KSMU: OTC to open new Table Rock Campus. Later this month, Ozarks Technical Community College will break ground on a new three-story, 60,000-square-foot building in Hollister. The new building, on nine acres overlooking Table Rock Dam, will replace the college’s current spot in Branson.
- OzarksFirst: McCaskill leads in money raised. Sen. Claire McCaskill had $2.8 million on hand at the time of her last Federal Election Commission. Competitors Congressman Todd Akin and Sarah Steelman had $1.18 million and $181,091 on hand respectively. (Other coverage: Third GOP challenger enters: KSMU)
- KY3: Groups seeking input on transit system. The city of Springfield and the Ozarks Transportation Organization wants to hear from the public about ways to improve the transit system. One possibility: expanding service beyond the city limits.
- News-Leader: Grand Street at MSU eyed for improvement. The city of Springfield is collaborating with Missouri State University on a proposed $2 million project to turn Grand Street into a boulevard. The goal: improved safety and aesthetics.
- KSPR: New traffic signal at Battlefield and Kansas. A new stoplight at Battlefield and Kansas will begin flashing yellow and red today; it will begin operating on Monday, Oct. 17.
Filed under: Hollister, Missouri State University, OTC, Senate, Traffic | Tagged: Battlefield and Kansas, City transit system, Claire McCaskill, John Brunner, OTC Table Rock, Sarah Steelman, Todd Akin, U.S. Senate race |