Daily brief (12/14): Top picks from the Springfield media

Rain likely today, with a thunderstorm possible. It will be unseasonably warm, as the high heads above 60.

The rain should taper off overnight tonight, and tomorrow will be mostly sunny. The temperature will drop throughout the day, and tomorrow night will feel more winterlike, with temperatures falling below freezing.

Today’s picks

  • News-Leader: Neighbors meet with developers about sports complex. The owners of Envision Sports, developers of a $16 million sports complex near Rogersville, met with neighbors to hear concerns about the 160-acre facility that will feature a dozen soccer fields and two championship baseball fields. (Other coverage: KSPR)
  • OzarksFirst: Postal Service agrees to five-month delay in cuts. Several senators, including Claire McCaskill of Missouri, asked for a delay in Postal Service cuts. The proposed cuts included shuttering several facilities, including the main postal processing facility in Springfield. (Other coverage: News-Leader, KY3)
  • KY3: CU proposes making more adults in a household liable for bill. Under a proposal before the City Council, City Utilities is proposing that all adults in a household be listed on the utility bill — and be liable for the bill.
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