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Progress Report: New stores, attractions being built at Branson Landing
You could say things are taking off at Branson Landing.
In recent months, Parakeet Pete’s Zipline opened. The new attraction whisks people across Lake Taneycomo, adding a ride to the mix of retail and restaurants.
“It is gorgeous,” explained Emma Hamilton, General Manager of Parakeet Pete’s. “You are going to be going above the water here; you are also going to be going over the county road.”
Police: missing 3-year-old Lamar girl found safe in Joplin
The Lamar Police Department canceled an Endangered Person Advisory for a missing girl from Lamar after she was found in Joplin.
The girl is Gabriella Masterson, 3. Police believed Gabriella's non-custodial mother, Bayleigh Masterson, knew where she was. Police had said Monday Masterson took Gabriella about 12:30 p.m.
No word if the girl was found with her mother.
Three dead, two critically injured in Kansas City shootings; shooter remains on the run
In Kansas City, three people are dead and two more critically wounded after an apparent shooting Tuesday. Police went door-to-door in the area looking for a suspect driving a beige SUV. Police say they received a call about the disturbance, then arrived to find the victims. One person was dead outside the home, two others were found dead inside the home.
ONE PERSON WAS FOUND DEAD ...
City of Ozark attorney has final say in same-sex benefits question for firefighter
Health care benefits will not be available for same-sex spouses of the Ozark Fire Department employees.
Firefighter Capt. Andi Mooneyham recently asked the board to make the policy change. The board appeared to be favorable to the idea. Mooneyham married a woman in a state that allows same-sex marriages.
At a meeting Tuesday night, several speakers on both sides of the debate argued their points. But in ...
Original host of KY3's 'Children's Hour' dies at age 90
Another of the KY3 originals has died. Claudia Cox, 90, was part of the family from Springfield who put this station on the air in 1953.
Cox started “Children's Hour” and co-hosted “Mid-Day,” the forerunner of our Noon News. Her ever-present smile and charm served her well in those early years of local programming.
Cox shared her memories of 'winging it' on our 25th anniversary broadcast.
After helping ...