Mizzou's Kevin Puryear: 'Every school wants talented freshmen, so I'm excited'
Missouri junior forward Kevin Puryear talks about the start of summer workouts and the exciting new additions to the men's basketball program, which has stirred optimism among the Tigers' fan base. Mizzou expects to be much improved from last year
A community memorial service Sunday, July 22, 2018, at the College of the Ozarks included survivors and families of the victims of the Branson duck boat sinking. Those in attendance heard of a family where everyone survived.
Gina Lumus, her husband, Paul, and their five children watched in horror as the duck boat ahead of them struggled through the water about 125 feet away from them. They were supposed to be on that boat.
Trent Behr and his girlfriend Allison Lester don’t know how many victims of the boating tragedy on Table Rock Lake Thursday were wearing life jackets, but they are sure that at least one woman was not. Behr said he was prepared to perform CPR.
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.
Karen Abbott's brother, William Bright, was in Branson, Mo. celebrating his 45th wedding anniversary. He and his wife, Janice Bright, perished when the duck boat capsized. Abbott was planning to meet the couple in Branson for the weekend.