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Past articles by Chrystal:

Woman fights bill that protects companies from “frivolous litigation”

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The daughter of a man who died in the Duck Boat tragedy on Table Rock Lake in 2018 is fighting a Missouri Bill. The bill, sponsored by Springfield Representative Curtis Trent, would prohibit people who have been injured or killed by products from suing companies more than 15 years after the product […] → Read More

Academy Sports is prepared if Chiefs win the Super Bowl

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — At Academy Sports in Springfield, there are boxes full of Chiefs gear that declare the team Super Bowl winners. There are hats, shirts, and other items that arrived at the store this morning. Store staff is not allowed to open the boxes yet, but if the Chiefs do win the Super Bowl […] → Read More

Branson waitress helps family in need

BRANSON, Mo.- Rebecca Ennis has been a waitress at Denny’s for six years. Her co-workers praise her for having a big and caring heart, so what she did late Tuesday night didn’t surprise them one bit. A customer informed the Denny’s staff that a distraught woman and her children were sitting in a car in […] → Read More

Medical Marijuana Sales surpass in Arkansas

BRANSON, Mo. — Medical marijuana sales have already surpassed the 21 million mark in Arkansas. There were delays getting the medical marijuana business up and running in Arkansas but it’s sprinting now. “You know back in June the question was could we potentially hit a thousand pounds by the end of 2019,” said Scott Hardin, […] → Read More

Branson Highway 76 gets a makeover and a name change

BRANSON, Mo. — Name changes to some major roads in the Tri-Lakes area are about to become official. Highway 76, owned and operated by the city of Branson, will travel over Ozark Mountian Highroad, also called Missouri Route 465. Also, over a section of 65 in the Branson area. Ozark Mountain Highroad will drop the […] → Read More

Branson’s longest-running show celebrates their 60th birthday

The Baldknobbers, Branson’s longest-running show, is celebrating 60 years in the music city. Branson’s famous Baldknobbers will be celebrated tonight, October 25, in Branson with a special show featuring performers from their past and present. Brandon Mabe, a Baldknobber performer, says he’d like to believe the Baldknobbers would have had this kind of success anywhere […] → Read More

Branson attraction sends representatives to teach kids about STEM

BRANSON, Mo. — Wonderworks, an attraction that focuses on science and interactive exhibits for the entire family, is sending representatives into schools to give the students a first-hand look at the principles of pressure. There are representatives going across the country to teach students about science, technology, math, and engineering (STEM). One of them stopped […] → Read More

Superintendent at Hollister nominated for BBB Trust Awards

HOLLISTER, Mo. — We are spotlighting another person in the Ozarks who demonstrates what it truly means to be trustworthy. It’s all part of the better Business Bureau’s Trust Awards. Tonight we’re introducing you to Dr. Brian Wilson, superintendent at Hollister Schools. Dr. Wilson has been the superintendent for Hollister Schools for the past 20 […] → Read More

Better Business Bureau’s Trust Awards: Alice Yeager

HOLLISTER, Mo. — We are showcasing people in the Ozarks who show trustworthiness every day. It’s part of the Better Business Bureau’s Trust Awards. Today we are showing a woman who dedicates her time working for the Hollister Chamber of Commerce. Alice Yeager left Fort Smith, Arkansas and a career in radio to relocate to […] → Read More

Face of the Grand Palace Torn Down

BRANSON, Mo. -- Part of an iconic landmark in The Ozarks was torn down Tuesday -- in order to make room for something new. → Read More

Aquarium at the Boardwalk developers push back opening day

BRANSON, Mo.-- The Aquarium at the Boardwalk in Branson will open later than expected. → Read More

New Thrill Ride Enhances The Branson Skyline

BRANSON, Mo. -- The Branson skyline is expanding. Just a couple of weeks ago, we told you about the premier of the 170-foot tall Skyscraper thrill ride on the strip. → Read More

Long-time Hollister Business Owner Retires After Storm Damage

HOLLISTER, Mo. -- A long time beloved business owner in the Ozarks is calling it quits. → Read More

Veteran's Memorial Museum Honors D-Day

BRANSON, Mo. -- A significant part of D-Day history resides in the Ozarks. → Read More

New Tobacco Ordinance in Forsyth

FORSYTH, Mo. -- A school resource officer with Forsyth Police Department is the man behind a revised tobacco ordinance in the city. → Read More

Boating Safety

STONE COUNTY, Mo. -- Memorial Day weekend generally marks the kick-off of the summer boating season. → Read More

Skyscraper thrill ride opens in Branson

BRANSON, Mo. -- It's official, the Skyscraper ride is now taking brave passengers in Branson. → Read More

Contractor Accused of Scamming Speaks Out

SOUTHWEST, Mo. -- Was it a calculated business scam, or poor business judgement? → Read More

Cox Health Cook Dishes out the Love

BRANSON, Mo. -- This Sunday, mom's all around the country will be celebrated for Mother's Day. → Read More

Branson Airport celebrates 10-years with festivities

BRANSON, Mo. - Branson Airport celebrated 10 years of commercial air service and general aviation in the Ozarks Thursday. → Read More