ROGERSVILLE, Mo. -- Four-wheeling has always been a popular sport in the Ozarks.
BERRYVILLE, Ark. -- A lot of people hold onto mementos from their childhood, but few have as many relics as Jerry Tanksley.
BRANSON, Mo. -- An Ozarks couple decided to weather the coldest night of the year outside with their dogs.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A young girl from the Ozarks sees a brighter future, since becoming the first child in the United States to undergo a laser cataract surgery.
A MoDOT study highlights the economic impacts of municipal and commercial services.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A famous TV show host encourages his fans to support Springfield’s Convoy of Hope.
The consequences of a dry summer could trouble livestock farmers through winter.
The city is revisiting a study from an out-of-town consulting firm to decide whether to invest in athletic facilities.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Zipping around the track wearing goggles to simulate intoxicated driving sends a message about responsibility.
Contractors will begin work on the project during slow winter months, yet some businesses worry about the impact on their block.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Cox sees an increased need for intensive care and preventative practices as Taney Co. residents age.
FORSYTH, Mo. -- Computer-based curricula could save the district money and will help the school prepare for standardized tests.
As part of a new mission project, the First Presbyterian Church in Branson wants people to give up a part of themselves.
Marketing campaigns and craft fairs like the upcoming Autumn Daze attract shoppers to the historic district.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Take a peek behind the scenes at our new home in Downtown Branson.
EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark. -- The evidentiary hearings on the Southwest Power Corporation’s (SWEPCO’s) proposed power line project in northwest Arkansas are on hold until Oct. 1, when a judge will hear further evidence from both the company and oppositional groups.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Job growth in the construction, service and tourism industry is attracting a growing number of immigrants searching for prosperity.
Southwest Airlines began flying to the Branson Airport in March. The company, combined with its subsidiary AirTran, anticipate a seating capacity of more than 330 thousand in 2013.
A new water treatment facility in Boone Co. provides the first dependable, clean drinking water in region.
HARRISON, Ark. -- Pace Industries, which burned in April, has begun the demolition process that will lead to an eventual reconstruction
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A Springfield family provides care for an intruder that slithered into their yard. Lisa Underwood heard her dog barking and went outside to find a Ball Python. It either escaped from the owner or may have been let loose.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- "You're Next" - it's the title of a horror-thriller film which premieres in theaters Thursday. It was shot in Columbia, Missouri, but that's not the only Missouri connection.
BRANSON, Mo. -- Retail sales in the city are growing in 2013, despite a May dip in tourism due to weather.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Casual athletes with little to no race experience are entering triathlons in record numbers.