Dave grew up out in the country in upstate New York in the heart of Dairy country but somehow ended up here in Nebraska!

You're no doubt counting down 'til quitting time today, but by Sunday, a familiar feeling of dread could start slipping in.

Aaron Rogers wants more out of Packers fans at Lambeau Field after Green Bay was 9-6-1 at home over the last two years and missed the playoffs in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 2005 and 2006.

Elvis Presley fans carrying lit candles in the Tennessee night visited the rock 'n' roll icon's grave at Graceland during the annual vigil commemorating his death 42 years ago.

Remember the thrill you felt when you were a kid and the ice cream truck came rolling up your street?

A Nashville man attempted to take "low and slow" to an illegal level when he was caught stuffing brisket and propane bottles into his pants at a local Walmart. 

Mars-Wrigley, the company that makes Skittles, has something gross in store for you this Halloween: Zombie Skittles. 

While beards are apparently so popular that they're killing the razor industry, a new study says your kid probably doesn't like yours.

Yellowstone Park officials are reminding visitors that the wildlife in the park is after a 9-year-old girl was injured by a bison.

July 27th: On this day1920 - Born on this day near Knoxville, Tennessee, was Henry D. "Homer" Haynes, American entertainer who gained fame on radio and television as Homer of the country music comedy duo Homer and Jethro with Kenneth C. Burns for 35 years beginning in 1936. The pair recorded more than 50 albums during their career and won a Grammy for the best comedy performance in 1959 for "The Battle of Kookamonga," a parody of Johnny Horton's "Battle of New Orleans." Haynes, who owned Fender Stratocaster serial number 0001, died on August 8, 1971 of a heart attack in Hammond, Indiana.1944 - Born on this day in Chickasaw County, Mississippi, was Bobbie Gentry, singer-songwriter notable as one of the first female country artists to compose and produce her own material. Gentry rose to international fame with her intriguing Southern Gothic narrative "Ode to Billie Joe" in 1967. The track spent four weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and sold over three million copies all…

Authorities believe a car crashed into a Family Dollar store because of drinking and driving. But the beverage this time wasn't alcohol -- it was water.

Robert Finley, the 65-year-old singer who became the breakout star of Dan Auerbach’s 2018 Easy Eye Sound Revue tour, brought down the house with a performance of his track “Get It While You Can” on America’s Got Talent Tuesday.

This may go down as the worst use of a case of beer ever. A father in Canada was arrested for using a 30-pack of beer cans as an car booster seat for his two-year-old child.

Driven by popular demand, Volkswagen announced yesterday it is planning on selling a production version of the award-winning I.D. Buzz concept electric vehicle in 2022 for the United States, Europe and China.

If people can go to jail now for NAGGING their spouses about housework, then I'm pretty sure society is going to blow up.

Aaron Watson's been a successful independent artist in Texas for two decades, even sending records like 2015's The Underdog to the top of the Billboard country albums chart.

Though it’s only been a week since the tragic news that Granger Smith’s youngest son, River, passed away in a drowning accident at home, the singer has already launched an impressive fundraiser in the three-year-old’s honor.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation says it has named Music Row in Nashville, Tennessee, to its 2019 list of America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places.

It's the nightmare scenario we all dread.  You return to your home to discover a stranger has entered it uninvited and has left everything -- sparkling clean?

This seems like a misplaced holiday after all the grilling we just did.  But TODAY is National Hamburger Day for some reason.