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

So I just want to know, what's happened to society? We're turning down opportunities to eat donuts now?!!

Horror movie fans have a chance to get paid for doing what they love, or love to hate -- watching scary movies and sharing all the spooky details of their experience.

Well we talked about it not that long ago and it looks like the "Saved By The Bell" Sequel is a go as the NBCUniversal Streaming platform announced they are picking up the series.

Great news for Celine Dion fans, she has unveiled three new songs: “Courage,” “Laying Down” and “Imperfections. ”

The upcoming Whitney Houston hologram tour will kick off in early 2020 with its first round of international dates. The trek, “An Evening With Whitney,” launches January 23rd in Mexico and wraps April 3rd in Minsk, Belarus, with North American shows tentatively planned for fall 2020.

If you have to make a big decision, here's some advice: Eat 14 donuts first.

It: Chapter Two topped the box office for a second straight week, grabbing an estimated 40.7 million. The second film in the It franchise earned more than $153 million stateside and delivered an estimated $323.3 globally. The two films collectively earned $1.02 billion worldwide.

A new survey found the average American spends $1,796 on 'simple pleasures' each year. 

What a weekend, first Eddie Money passed on Friday, then news broke yesterday that Ric Ocasek, best known as the lead singer for the iconic new wave group The Cars, has died, the NYPD has confirmed. He was 75.

In August, after Popeyes announced it was launching a chicken sandwich, it started a nationwide craze, leading to long lines, shortages, and, at least in one case, a gunpoint robbery.

Eddie Money, the prolific singer and songwriter whose songs “Baby Hold On,” “Two Tickets to Paradise,” “Shakin'” and “Take Me Home Tonight”  soundtracked popular music in the 1980s, died Friday (Sept. 13). He was 70.

If Friday the 13th already makes you a little jumpy, you should know that the one coming up this Friday might feel a little creepier than usual.

Breakfast is serious business in the hyper-competitive world of fast food. Wendy’s is the latest to announce a big investment in getting morning customers.

Most new parents are used to being awoken by hearing their babies crying via a staticky monitor. But in its quest to be part of every aspect of your life, Google has now patented tech that will sense when your baby's about to wake up, and give you a heads-up as soon as he or she opens her eyes.

For kids -- and adults who are still kids at heart -- there are some toys that just don't get old.

If you miss the dulcet voice of Big Mouth Billy Bass fish, listen up. There's a restaurant where a school of Billy Bass will serenade you with "Take Me to the River" and other classic hits.

A couple combing a South Carolina beach after Hurricane Dorian thought they'd discovered a large rock, but soon realized they'd stumbled upon two Civil War-era cannonballs lodged in the sand.

A bar in Lincoln, Neb., recently received an envelope that reportedly contained $500 and a letter from an anonymous source apologizing for breaking their sign.

While we may all be happy to be living in the U.S.A., some of us are apparently having a better time than others. That's according to a new survey that ranks the Happiest States in America.

It: Chapter Two killed it at the box office this weekend, opening with an estimated $91 million for a first-place debut -- not quite the $123 million the first film opened with back in 2017, but good enough to rank it as the second-largest horror film opening of all-time behind the original, which itself is the only horror film to ever open with more than $100 million.

While one might not necessarily think that ice cream and criminal justice reform go together, like, well, vanilla and chocolate, most ice cream companies aren't Ben & Jerry's.

It's time renovate the Brady Bunch home! A Very Brady Renovation premieres tonight on HGTV, in which the original Brady Bunch kids take the real home in Los Angeles that served as the exterior for the series, and make the inside match what the set looked like.

So tomorrow Sacred Heart Parish is having their Festival and Ribfest. It runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 2300 Madison Avenue. 

While some whistle while they work, many people use music to distract them from undesirable tasks -- and apparently, "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars is the tune of choice for cleaning.