Day: December 3, 2018

Crane Man Identified as Person Who Died During Friday Storms in Aurora

by: Benjamin Ward, Ozarks First Authorities have identified the person killed in Aurora during the storms that swept through the area over the weekend. Aurora Fire Chief Robert Ward says Jeremy Lewis, 34, of Crane was inside the Aurora Inn Motel on South Elliot Avenue when he died as a result of the storms. The exact cause …

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Arkansas State Police Release More Information about Deadly Bus Crash

Press Release from Arkansas State Police An initial statement from the driver of a charter bus that crashed earlier today indicates she lost control of the vehicle causing it to roll off Interstate 30 west of Benton (Arkansas) about 2:40 AM.  The bus was owned by Scott Shuttle Service of Somerville, Tennessee. One child is …

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Branson Adoration Parade Competition Results

Press Release from the Branson Chamber of Commerce Branson’s 70th Annual Adoration Celebration and Parade took place on Sunday in Downtown Branson and along Branson Landing Blvd. Over 1,200 parade participants from twenty-five community organizations and businesses along with fifteen high school marching bands made their way along Branson Landing Blvd and up Commercial Street past the Adoration …

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FOLLOW UP: Downtown Roundabout Tree is Out for the Season

During the early morning storm that occurred Saturday, December 1, the 80-foot Christmas tree of lights and the supporting pole at the roundabout, near downtown Branson, were damaged beyond repair. The tree is formed from 84 strands of LED lights attached to a flagpole and is located near the Cox Medical Center Branson campus. City …

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Search Continues for Missing People Swept Away By Flood Waters

by: Scott McCaulley The search will continue today for two people still missing after their vehicle was swept away by flood waters during heavy rain Friday evening. Harrison Fire Battalion Chief Roger Edwards tells our Media Partners KOLR-10 Ozarks First that the couple was inside a SUV when it was washed off Highland Street in …

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