Thanks for raising $1,300!
Summer Puls-Mansfield (Emma’s sister), Rick Sanchez (River’s father), Doug Scott and 6-year-old River.
Last month, KEXL's Doug Scott spoke about the River Mason Benefit.
 
River lost his mother, Emma to liver failure. Thank you Northeast Nebraska for helping a wonderful young man have a better holiday season. We helped raise nearly $1300!

In other news

According to a new study by Hillarys.co.uk, Friday, December 6 is the last day you can acceptably split with your current partner before Christmas and New Year. The study polled 2,643 couples and singles in the UK to find out how happy they were in their current/previous relationships.

Did you know that the average American carries out five good deeds a month, that's according to a new survey. Whether it be helping someone with directions (66 percent) or holding the door open for a stranger (65 percent), it really is true that the smallest thing can make a big difference t…

Get ready because it looks like McDonald's is looking at jumping into the chicken sandwich war with Popeye's and Chik-Fil-A.

Get ready for a new, ultra-crunchy apple variety which boast the ability to last up to a year in the fridge without going brown. 

Here's a funny exchange between a little girl and her dad. She's in a highchair eating a quesadilla, but she's sure it's a grilled cheese. When her dad corrects her, she gives him just the right amount of attitude.

"Frozen 2" didn't slow down in its second week out . . . raking in another $123.7 million over the five-day holiday weekend. That's a Thanksgiving record. "Knives Out" was a distant second . . . but it still beat expectations with $41.7 million.

Coldplay stopped by BBC Radio 1 to perform a selection of old and new songs, as well as a cover of Crystal Waters’ pop hit “Gypsy Woman.” The band played two new tracks, “Orphans” and “Arabesque,” off their recent album Everyday Life. The musicians also took on older number “Lovers in Japan.”

If you're thinking about a new diet as your New Year's resolution . . . well, I suppose this could be an option?