Dave grew up out in the country in upstate New York in the heart of Dairy country but somehow ended up here in Nebraska!
Do you have a fallback job lined up just in case the economy keeps tanking? Or, maybe you're already doing it. Caylee Hammack and her band never thought they'd have to come up with something on the fly, but here we are.
These are some super lazy animals!!
The drive-in theater, long a dwindling nostalgia act in a multiplex world, is experiencing a momentary return to prominence.
Now that everyone is stuck at home, it's time to dust off the Playstation . . . or, you know, the Nintendo 64, if you're vintage.
The Rogers family is sad to announce that Kenny Rogers passed away last night at 10:25 p.m. at the age of 81. Rogers passed away peacefully at home from natural causes under the care of hospice and surrounded by his family.
A temporary lockdown imposed by the Spanish government aimed at trying to contain the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus has some people going a little stir crazy, including one guy who thought he could sneak by police patrols by dressing as a T. Rex.
Fast-food cravings can drive people do so some EXTREME stuff.
Enjoy new funniest and very cute compilation of the week about try not laugh funny animals' life video. But some cats in this video will actually surprise you!
With all of the movie and TV reboots happening, actress Kirstie Alley hinted that Look Who's Talking could possibly make its way back onto the big screen.
Off to the U.S.S.R. for this teaser.....pay attention!!
February 15th: On this day
This little boy Marcelo was terrified of dogs — until he met this senior pup named Mini.
Popeyes became more popular than ever when it introduced its chicken sandwich. And now it seems like they're going to test JUST how much people love them.
So as we all know, there are many plants that rely on bees to be natural pollinators to help produce some of nature's most nutritious foods.
Apparently Sunday is also going to be the Super Bowl for Tums.
February 1st: On this day
Meet Michael and Sox. When Michael decided to pursue his dream of moving to Hawaii, he didn’t have a house, a job or a car. But with the support of his beloved husky Sox, he was able to make the transition.
There is a spot out in Western Nebraska where you can stand in one spot and be in 3 states at once.
Can you believe it's the 40th anniversary of the film Urban Cowboy?
At the MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center, one employee at surely has made a lasting impact on the Parker family with his simple gesture of kindness.
The Air Force needs you and no there isn't a draft going on. What they are looking for are people, military OR civilian, who would be willing to adopt some of their retired military working dogs.
January 18th: On this day
See how much fun these little guys have playing and jumping around in this spacious enclosure!
So get this, there's been some unconfirmed talk that Universal is planning to remake "Jaws" . . . which is a damn-near PERFECT movie and I challenge anyone to dispute that.
Is this a coincidence . . . or are aliens really truly circling the wagons?
On our trip back from New York we stopped in at Cubbies in Onawa, IA where I came across this fantastic product! Pathwater which comes in an aluminium reusable bottle.
This is just a cool story, Tanya Tucker fulfills a lifelong dream, as she performs for a sold-out crowd at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on Sunday.
January 11th: On this day
HEARTWARMING footage shows two teenagers driving around fire-ravaged Australia rescuing koalas.
Apparently the new "Star Wars" movie isn't getting very good reviews . . . but this new "Star Wars" Frappuccino IS.
There is a very bad trend in new cereal: They find a delicious but not healthy food . . . and make a cereal version of it.
December 21st: On this day
I'm pretty darn sure you've never seen anything like this when it comes to cows!!
So naming a pet isn't like naming a kid. Like, you can name your dog ANYTHING and it won't affect their life at all. You shouldn't do that with a kid. And yet, for some reason, people still use the same handful of pet names.
A new stamp with a cause has sprouted up thanks to the U.S. Postal Service.
In case you haven't seen this: Two kids in Forest Lake, Minnesota used the family's doorbell cam to send messages to their dad, Major Peter DeCrans, who was posted in the Middle East.
December 7th: On this day
These two pit bulls met on the streets and never left each other's side at the shelter — they even shared a bed! They kept waiting for a family who wanted to adopt them both. Here's the day their wish finally comes true.
Be prepared for the fact that your Christmas tree could cost you more money this year than it has in the past.
Vegetable company Green Giant announced it broke a Guinness World Record by cooking up 1,009 pounds of green bean casserole in New York.
November 23rd: On this day
A brave woman named Toni rescued a badly burnt and crying koala from an Australian bushfire on Tuesday. It was spotted crossing a road among the flames near Long Flat in New South Wales.
"Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak had to have emergency surgery, and his longtime co-host Vanna White will fill in for him while he recovers.
A South Carolina man who went to McDonald's for a sweet tea says he received a little extra herbal substance on the side.
November 9th: On this day
A woman and her boyfriend rescued a green turtle jammed between rocks on a beach in Oman. The pair spotted the turtle while they were on a morning walk on the beach to see turtle hatchlings.
Heading into today's 2019 TNT Fireworks BASS Nation Championship an Orchard native leads the way.
Chris Stapleton says it took thousands of hours to complete his Lego-animated "Second One to Know" video. It features Lego versions of Chris, his wife, his kids, his band . . . and even a cameo from Chris Pratt.
It's that time of the year when the leaves begin to change and cool breezes whip through the air. So it's time for you to experience Nebraska’s wonderful fall season.
A haunted house that promises an extreme experience that can last up to 10 hours requires participants be medically cleared by a doctor and sign a 40-page waiver.