Cass County Democrat Missourian
Mourners gather to pray around a large passenger van that remains in the parking lot of the 'Ride The Ducks' attraction in Branson, Mo.
Three members of a family describe the duck boat tragedy as seen from the Showboat Branson Belle on Thursday at Table Rock Lake near Branson.
John Lacy of the Overland Park Police Department leads the department in the viral #LipSyncChallenge.
Kaitlyn McConnell of Cox Medical Center in Branson, Mo. provides an update on the patients received at the medical center following the duck boat crash that killed at least 17.
Three women scolded Johnson County Commissioner Mike Brown on Thursday over a Facebook post that they considered to be offensive.
Seventeen people have been confirmed dead after a duck boat capsized in stormy weather near Branson Thursday evening. All missing people appeared to have been accounted for, said Stone County Sheriff Doug Rader.
Once word of the tragedy got out, people in the area began to question the thinking of the captain of the boat, asking 'why would you even go out there?'
Michael Stevens, who grew up in Stilwell, in Johnson County, is bringing his YouTube documentary-style show “Mind Field” back to his hometown. He is hoping to film 300 people re-creating a brain.
Todd Dennison is waiting outside Branson City hall for an update on his mother, who was on the 'Ride The Ducks' boat with his daughter last night. Dennison's daughter is recovering at a nearby hospital.
Flowers have been laced on cars that remain in the parking lot of 'Ride The Ducks' in Branson, Mo, a day after a boat capsized killing at least 17.