A traffic stop in Branson led to the discovery of mail believed to belong to 52 individuals from the area.
An abandoned dog has a new home thanks to the combined efforts of Taney County Ambulance District personnel.
Kanakuk Kamps has been in the Ozarks since 1926, and in 2012 they opened KampOut!, their day camps. These camps offer children ages 5-12 the opportunity to see what Kanakuk Kamps is about through day camp activities hosted at Woodland Hills Family Church and other churches and schools across…
A man accused of burning down a Hollister landmark through the careless smoking of methamphetamine is now facing charges for allegedly assaulting a woman after forcing his way into her home.
The Branson community is in mourning following Monday’s announcement that JoDee Herschend, founder of the Caring People and co-owner of Herschend Enterprises, died following a 24-year battle with cancer “surrounded by her loving family” on Sunday, Nov. 25.
Hundreds of people ate turkey dinners, picked out coats and were given toiletries as part of one nonprofit’s annual Thanksgiving Day tradition.
After a story from Branson Tri-Lakes News about a man accused of sexually assaulting two students was published on Nov. 10, several alumni have been sharing their concerns about the school’s policies.
Here are the results of the November General Election in Taney and Stone counties.
More than $700,000 in grants were awarded Wednesday to assist in the health and wellness of Stone and Taney county residents.
A Taney County jail employee is facing three felony charges for sexual activity with an inmate.
Organizers from Silver Dollar City announced the park’s plans for the 2019 season, which they’re referring to as “The Year of Shows & Festivals.” In addition to the more than 40 rides and attractions the park is known for, Silver Dollar City will feature a lineup that strongly builds on …
A body that was discovered earlier this week near Lake Taneycomo has been identified.
Paint could soon be flying in Branson at the intersection of Gretna and Roark Valley Road.
Firefighters from across the country are gathered in Branson this weekend, competing for the fastest times at the National SCOTT Firefighter Combat Challenge.
Shortly after Ella Cook was born, a doctor recommended her family take her home and love on her – and get used to her nearly daily seizures.
A pair of community outreach events in Branson were a great success, according to Branson’s chief of police.
UPDATE as of 2 p.m. Oct. 5:
Three people were rescued Tuesday evening from a cave near Kissee Mills.
College of the Ozarks was featured on a national program Wednesday morning, as Fox & Friends, on the Fox News Channel, spent several minutes airing a tour of the campus and interviews with school officials.
A body was discovered Tuesday near Bull Shoals Lake.
Back in May, word broke a new attraction called WonderWorks, an indoor amusement park for the mind featuring STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math – activities would be building its sixth location in Branson on the spot where the old Baldknobbers Theatre was located.
On July 21, Andrea and Mike Reid, of Newton, Iowa, were vacationing in Branson when they experienced one of the worst nightmares for a pet owner, their 11-month old Collie, Nali, ran away.
A Branson man is accused of causing a fire – as a result of smoking methamphetamine – that burned down a city building that had been a landmark for decades.
A California-based company is looking to bring an underwater adventure to Branson, redeveloping the Grand Palace property into an aquarium.
A criminal investigation could be forthcoming from the Justice Department, regarding the sinking of a duck boat that left 17 people dead on Table Rock Lake July 19.
A counselor has filed a lawsuit against Reeds Spring School District alleging discrimination and retaliation for her support of a former administrator’s sexual harassment lawsuit.
A Branson man who assisted in helping victims of a tragic duck boat incident that killed 17 people last month, is suing the duck company – and the vessel’s captain – for damages.
A vehicle caused significant damage after going airborne and crash-landing into the middle of a memorial garden Thursday morning.
The Missouri Department of Public Safety fire division is investigating a fire in Kirbyville.
A pair of thrill seekers were left hanging after a mechanical malfunction stranded them 100 feet in the air at the Ejection Seat at Branson Frontier Adventurers.
Here are the results of the Aug. 7 primary election for Taney County and Stone County. Winners are designated with an ✓. Some races include votes from other counties before a final winner can be declared. Ballot results are not official until certified by county clerks.
Update: Hailee Horsey has been found.
A Branson man was sentenced Friday for murder.
A woman and her dog have died after her house caught fire Thursday in Taneyville.
A Blue Eye man is in jail and facing 14 felony charges after allegedly shooting at deputies and holding a woman hostage earlier this week.
Branson animal control officers apprehended a skunk that was raiding a vending machine at a local motel.
A $100 million lawsuit filed against the owners of Ride the Ducks Branson claim the company ignored safety recommendations and weather advisories in allowing a tour which ended in the deaths of 17 people.
A second suspect charged in the death of a 72-year-old Hollister man has been found guilty.
An initial review from a video recorder onboard the sunken duck boat from a national agency revealed the crew discussed weather reports before the tour began.
A Branson man was charged Monday with one felony and one misdemeanor after he was witnessed impersonating a U.S. Marshal.
After Tia Coleman was pulled to safety aboard the Showboat Branson Belle from the waters of Table Rock Lake Thursday evening, she said she wasn’t happy. She still didn’t know where her family was.
A column of black smoke could be seen for miles as the Mule Barn Feed and Supply in Hollister caught fire and was heavily damaged Saturday evening.
The names of the 17 people who died when an amphibious vehicle sank in Table Rock Lake have been released.
Seventeen people perished Thursday when an amphibious vehicle sank in Table Rock Lake during a storm.
In the aftermath of a tragedy on Table Rock Lake which left 17 people dead and more injured, several local organizations began fundraising campaigns to help those who were affected.
A Branson West fast-food restaurant is being sued by a former employee – a minor at the time – who claims to have been sexually harassed by a supervisor.
A change to Branson’s city code decreases the number of unrelated persons living in a family home from five to four.
A Hollister kayak park is on its way to being open, with the help of a grant.