Daily brief (11/13): Top picks from the Springfield media

Today will be another breezy, sunny day, with gusts of up to 33 mph. Today’s high will be 73.

Clouds and a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms move into the forecast for tonight, and tomorrow will remain mostly cloudy with a high of 65. Rain is possible tomorrow night and Tuesday. Highs will dip into the 50s by Wednesday.

Today’s picks

  • KY3: Faces of the homeless: Inside a local homeless camp. For some Ozarkers, being out of a job means being out of a home, and several have taken to tents to live.
  • KSPR: Lebanon citizens oppose airport expansion. Several Lebanon residents have come out against a long-standing proposal to expand the Lebanon airport, which would require moving a main road and affect about 70 businesses.
  • News-Leader: Local vehicle chase featured on ‘Cops.’ Crews with the Fox show “Cops” captured a vehicle chase in Springfield, which aired on the show Saturday.
  • OzarksFirst: Drury students honor veterans with pictures of appreciation. Drury photography students offered to take pictures of disabled veterans and their families for free this weekend.
  • News-Leader: Combating vehicle thefts in Springfield. More than 700 vehicles have been stolen in the Springfield this year, and many are never recovered. The Springfield Police Department plans on creating a new unit dedicated to auto thefts.
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