Daily brief (4/18): Top picks from the Springfield media

Today will be much like yesterday: Sunny and mild, with a high of 72.

Tonight will remain clear, and tomorrow will be even warmer, with a high of 77. A 50 percent chance of thunderstorms enters the forecast tomorrow night, increasing to 70 percent on Friday. The storms will cool temperatures down for the weekend, but highs should warm back up by next week.

Today’s picks

  • OzarksFirst: Traffic shift tonight on 60/65 bridge. Westbound traffic on U.S. 60 tonight will be routed onto a new bridge spanning the railroad tracks. (Other coverage: KSPR)
  • KY3: Busy month left for legislature. A variety of bills are floating around the legislature, including 500 in the Senate alone. It’s not certain which will make it through.
  • News-Leader: Developers see new life for downtown icon. Developers have a $9 million plan to revamp the historic Landmark Building in downtown Springfield, but the project hinges upon tax credits.
  • KSPR: Strafford mayor tells board he will resign. Strafford Mayor John Vicat told the city’s board of aldermen this week that he intends to resign.
  • KSMU: Library to host book sale. The Springfield Greene County Library District’s annual book sale begins Tuesday April 24 and will run through the following weekend.
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