Winds will be strong, with gusts of up to 28 mph.
A 40 percent chance of precipitation remains tomorrow; otherwise, it will be partly sunny with a high of 81. Rain chances will remain for the rest of the week into the weekend.
- OzarksFirst: Sheriff to give update on Willingham murder case. A year ago today, Donald and Helen Willingham of Willard were found dead in their southwest Springfield home; the attack appeared to be random. Today, Greene County Sheriff Jim Arnott will hold a news conference with an update in the case.
- News-Leader: City looking to improve two major intersections. The city of Springfield, with the help of the Missouri Department of Transportation, is considering adding a diverging-diamond intersection at Kansas Expressway and James River Expressway, as well as adding lanes and improvements to Glenstone Avenue north of James River.
- KY3: Unlicensed day-cares may face increased regulation. Bills making their way through the Missouri General Assembly would add more regulations for unlicensed day-cares, including increasing the fine for watching too many children to $10,000.
- KSPR: Taney County flood victims fighting bureaucracy. A year after the Taney County floods, some victims are still waiting on federal payments for their damaged homes.
Filed under: Business, Child care, Disaster, Missouri Legislature, Roads and highways, Taney County | Tagged: Donald and Helen Willingham, Glenstone Avenue, James River Expressway, Kansas Expressway, Taney County floods, Unlicensed day-cares |