The first half of your week will remain unsettled with scattered showers and thunderstorms likely each afternoon and evening. The highest rain chances each day will be along and west of the Mississippi River with more isolated rain chances east of the I-55 Corridor. We are now approaching the end of our severe weather season and the best chance of severe storms will be over the Southern Plains throughout the week. Rain chances will gradually diminish by the end of the week with much warmer temperatures approaching the 90s expected by this weekend.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden unveiled a major gun regulation and crime prevention plan Wednesday as cities around the country struggle with rising violent crime. Read more
(The Center Square) – Vice President Kamala Harris and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas will visit the U.S.-Mexico border on Friday, Harris' first trip there since illegal border crossings began spiking in January. Read more
(The Center Square) - The Supreme Court ruled in favor of free speech rights for students outside of the classroom in a decision Wednesday. Read more
(The Center Square) – The federal government is set to begin sending out monthly checks to millions of Americans next month, but a new IRS tool will allow them to defer the payments for a sizeable tax refund next year. Read more