Today will be mostly cloudy with a high of 78. There’s a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, and rain is likely tonight.
Thunderstorms are likely tomorrow, too, and the high will be 75. Rain chances remain Tuesday, but skies should clear by Tuesday night. Highs will be in the 80s this week.
- KY3: Friends hold candlelight vigil for Willard teen. More than three weeks ago, Willard teen Steeler Seeburn was hit by a car while walking on Greene County Farm Road 94. The driver fled the scene, and authorities are still investigating. Saturday night, friends and family gathered in the parking lot of Willard High School to remember Seeburn. (Other coverage: OzarksFirst)
- KSPR: Woody P. Snow no longer on KGBX. Longtime radio host Woody P. Snow is no longer part of the morning show at KGBX-FM. He has been involved with the show since 1989.
- News-Leader: Ordinance would add protection for gay, transgender citizens. Changes being considered by the Springfield City Council would make it illegal to deny someone a job, housing, or public services based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
- KSMU: Skaggs announces finalists for strategic partnership. Skaggs Regional Medical Center in Branson has narrowed the field to two finalists for a health partnership: CoxHealth of Springfield and LifePoint Hospitals of Brentwood, Tenn.
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