Friends of Mel Tillis honor his legacy and remember the mark he left on Branson

Friends of Mel Tillis are remembering the famous singer-songwriter who died early Sunday morning.

A man from Mountain Home was killed in a single-vehicle crash on Saturday night.

Temperatures climbing into the low 60s Monday afternoon.

Tree farms across the Ozarks are open for business.

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Hot Rod car show

Thanksgiving baskets at James River Church

Springfield company donates drone to fire department

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Hot Rod Holiday Car Show

Martin Truex Jr. wins 1st NASCAR Cup championship

Giants shock the Chiefs with field goal in overtime

Ex-Branson star, country singer, songwriter Mel Tillis dies

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Arkansas hospitals: Shortage of IV equipment due to storm

Secret Service apprehends attempted White House fence jumper

Shootings by officers, other Kansas cases cloaked in secrecy

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Firefighters battle two structure fires in West Plains

AMAs reflect year in pop music, where male acts dominated

Pro Football UPICKEM Contest, Sponsored By Coyote’s Nixa Grille

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