A judge in Christian County has ruled in favor of a Taney County woman who had sued a truck driver and the company he worked for after the driver caused a wreck that killed the woman’s husband in 2016.
A woman was sentenced last week for killing a man in Taney County in 2017.
If the weather has been a bit too chilly, you can cure it Saturday by eating a whole lot of chili.
Ten rural Missouri communities will receive assistance from Missouri Main Street Connection, thanks to a grant totaling more than a half a million dollars.
Students at Hollister High School were tasked with looking at ways to protect the environment and present their findings, all as part of a new teaching model in the district.
No injuries are being reported after a Bobcat construction tractor caught fire Monday morning, in Hollister.
A proposed change to Branson’s municipal code could allow tattoo parlors to officially operate in downtown Branson.
Taney County has experienced a significant increase of flu cases this month.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is inviting the public to join them for a meeting on Feb. 26, for a discussion on a Long Creek Bridge project.
Branson officials cited a utilities employee’s ability to increase efficiency while presenting the Employee of the Month Award.
A year-in-review for the Taney County Partnership claims at the end of 2018 there are 29 projects in the pipeline for Taney County.
The latest addition to Branson Landing, the LandShark Bar & Grill, or just LandShark for short, will open its new lake front location next to the fountains Thursday, Feb. 21.
Creating a healthy balance for your technological devices was the central topic of discussion during the Hollister School District’s inaugural Cyber Security Awareness Parent Night on Feb. 7.
A trio of architectural firms will make their way to Branson in March to make their pitch on designing new police and fire stations in the city.
It was a night to remember at College of the Ozarks for 100 individuals with special needs.
After nearly two decades of discussion, the Round Mountain Bridge project is beginning to take shape.
A proposed aquarium project is a vote away from getting the green light in Branson.
Following the recent sale of Fee/Hedrick Family Entertainment properties in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, the Branson RFD-TV The Theatre may also be put up for sale.
The late Roy Clark was among those who were honored at the annual Black Tie Gala Friday night in Branson.
A new attraction could be headed to Branson’s main strip this summer.
Ahead of the initial vote by the Branson Board of Aldermen, members of the public had the chance to ask questions and voice opinions during a special meeting on a proposed aquarium project seeking tax increment financing.
Branson police say an investigation into a crash in which two pedestrians died is ongoing.
The Taneyhills Community Library has taken its first steps toward reintroducing a discussion for a library tax.
Branson Fire & Rescue crews responded to a small apartment fire on Feb. 2.
After voting to send proposed legislation to Jefferson City, Branson city officials are still waiting to find a sponsor.
Taney County residents will be asked to vote on an increase to a current law enforcement sales tax in the April 2 election.
The Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks celebrated the completion of a $50,000 renovation to its Forsyth unit with a Re-Grand Opening Ceremony on Feb. 1.
For six hours on Friday, area residents heard from national speakers and community leaders on the state of poverty in the Ozarks at the S. Truett Cathy Poverty Summit hosted at College of the Ozarks.
The Taney County Road and Bridge Department is alerting area residents to two upcoming road closures this month.
Two people have died after a truck struck three pedestrians in Branson Saturday.
One person has died after being struck by a car next to Branson Landing.
Members of the community will have the chance to make their voices heard on a potential aquarium project during a special Branson Board of Aldermen meeting.
The Branson Police Department is searching for a suspect who intentionally set a stolen vehicle on fire in a Downtown Branson alleyway.
More than three years after historic flooding in December 2015, Branson received a reimbursement check from State Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
A fugitive wanted for multiple violent felony charges in Taney County has been arrested following a lengthy standoff with law enforcement in Springfield on Thursday.
The Caring People announced New York Times Best Selling Author Bob Goff will speak at the 5th Annual Honor Our Mothers fundraiser in May.
Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance presented Taney County Ambulance District with a dividends check of more than $11,000 for its safety efforts and performance in 2018.
An area road was recently ranked as the fifth-deadliest stretch of highway in Missouri and Kansas, according to a study conducted by a marketing agency.
One month after revising the city’s change order policy, the Branson Board of Aldermen is set to take another look at the issue during a February study session.
Deer contaminated by Chronic Wasting Disease have made their way into Stone and Taney counties.
Reported violent and property crimes were down 14 percent in 2018 in Branson, according to the Uniform Crime Report.
With record nighttime low temperatures expected this week, The Salvation Army in Branson is opening its warming center for those who need it.
The Stone County Commission officially approved its 2019 Budget.
Final approval of a water systems project for Branson also included a desire by city officials to revisit the selection process for hiring contractors.
After more than a year of hard work and sweat, local musician and pastor Steve Anthony finally found a location for two of his passions, Branson’s Cowboy Church, and the State Line Music & Events Center, which is now open in Branson at 104 Courtney St., which is located next to the CVS a…
Hollister voters will be presented with a new ballot question when they head to the polls for the April Municipal Election.
A $15 million Venice on the Lake Sanitary Sewer Project in Taney County is finally underway, following an official groundbreaking and dedication ceremony on Jan. 24.
Officials with Branson Schools hope a grant from Skaggs Foundation allows the district to be more proactive when offering mental health services for students.
Drivers in Taney County will soon see six additional radar speed limit signs installed throughout the county.
After calling several places home over the past few seasons, Pastor Steve Anthony and the rest of the folks at Branson’s Cowboy Church is now in their permanent home at 104 Courtney St., which is located next to the CVS at Hwy. 65 and 76 Country Blvd.
Officials with national retail grocery chain Aldi met with city of Branson staff Tuesday, but a representative from the chain said there are currently no “solidified” plans for a Branson location.