Recent Articles
  • 4-month-old girl beats brain cancer and rings the bell

    OAKLAND, Calif. (WNCN) – Lillian Grace Borden was born on September 5, 2019. She was a beautiful, and seemingly healthy, baby girl. To her parents, she was perfect. But according to a GoFundMe by her mom, the parents noticed something wasn’t quite right with baby Lily. She wasn’t moving her limbs quite right. An MRI was then ordered and doctors spotted something on her brain stem. By then Lily’s mom says her breathing had become compromised so they sent her […]

  • Two diehard Chiefs fans getting married on Super Bowl Sunday

    BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. (WDAF) — The stage is set for one couple’s wedding, which happens to be on Super Bowl Sunday. “I’ve had a lot of people asking me if there’s a crash list,” Robert Walkowiak said laughing. Their wedding has been a year in the making. The Chiefs going to the Super Bowl on their big day is actually something this couple has hoped for since they set the date. “The invitation said, ‘dinner, dancing, Super Bowl party — […]

  • Budweiser combats ‘typical American’ stereotypes in Super Bowl spot

    Budweiser’s Super Bowl ad goes right for the “feels” and challenges viewers to look beyond labels. The beer company takes on the “typical American” stereotype by showcasing “the extraordinary people that represent the best of America.” The spot includes the World Series champion Nationals, World Cup-winning United States women’s national soccer team, Ken Nwadike of the Free Hugs Project and other inspirational people. “Typical Americans. Always celebrating with their typical American beer.”

  • Super Bowl score could earn you free pizza

    Whether or not your team comes out on top on Super Bowl Sunday, you could end up a winner — of free pizza. DiGiorno said that if during the game, the score between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers is 3 to 14 or 14 to 3, it will give out coupons to free pizzas. Why those numbers? The pizza company said because 3.14 represents pi. If either of those scores pops up, DiGiorno plans to tweet […]

  • Meet Puppy Bowl XVI’s five sweet special needs pups

    MIAMI – While the Chiefs and 49ers duke it out in this year’s Super Bowl, five special needs dogs will be leaving it all on the gridiron in Puppy Bowl XVI. Team Fluff and team Ruff will go head to head in the 16th annual Puppy Bowl, this year featuring 96 dogs from 61 shelters. Among the dozens of hounds are five special pooches: Ferris, Kismet, Paprika, Filbert and Rooster. Ferris Ferris is a three-legged Labrador retriever mix from AHenZ57 […]

  • Google’s story of ‘Loretta’ Super Bowl ad may just bring you to tears

    OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — If you don’t want to cry at your desk, you might want to skip watching Google’s new ad for the Super Bowl. The beginning of the ad starts with a man asking Google “how to not forget” in an attempt to keep the memory of his late wife alive. The rest of the ad showcases the real story of a Google employee’s grandfather and his life with his wife. Officials say the employee’s grandfather even lent […]

  • Survey: Viewers to spend more than $17 billion on Super Bowl

    DALLAS, Texas (NEXSTAR/CNN) — The National Retail Federation released its annual Super Bowl survey and found spending is on track to be the highest ever for the big game: an estimated $17.2 billion. The NRF expects each viewer to spend a little less than $90 on average. The group reports 19% of viewers plan to throw a party and 27% are planning to attend one. As you might imagine, 80% of the purchases are expected to be for food and […]

  • How to create a winning ‘homegate’ for your Super Bowl party

    MIAMI (NEXSTAR) – While most of us won’t be in Miami to experience the Super Bowl in person, it doesn’t mean we can’t create tailgate-style favorites in the comfort of our own kitchen. Tim Laird, who calls himself America’s Chief Entertaining Officer, passed along some ideas that are sure to send your taste buds into overdrive on Super Bowl Sunday! Laird likes to start out any party with a signature cocktail. For the big game, he’s selected a “Red Zone […]

  • A beginner’s guide to Super Bowl LIV: 49ers vs. Chiefs

    Have you never watched a football game from start to finish but know you’re going to a Super Bowl party this year? No worries! You’ve come to the right place to find out all you need to know for Super Bowl LIV. The San Francisco 49ers will take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Feb. 2. It will be a sea of red at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami as both teams’ main color is red, but it shouldn’t be […]

  • ‘Most Wanted Fugitive’ who faked death to avoid child sex charges arrested in Oklahoma

    ANTLERS, Okla. (KFOR) – Authorities say a fugitive who faked his own death to avoid child sex charges has been arrested in an Oklahoma town. Officials say accusations arose against Jacob Blair Scott after his stepdaughter became pregnant. Scott was facing a 14-court indictment charging him with sexual battery, touching a child for lustful purposes, and exploitation of a child. He was released on bond and then failed to appear for a court hearing. At that point, authorities say Scott […]

  • 10 best Super Bowl halftime shows of all time

    MIAMI (WFLA) — It’s every musician’s dream: Performing front and center at the Super Bowl halftime show. It’s 12 minutes on the world’s biggest stage at the world’s biggest game. Before J-Lo and Shakira take the stage on Super Bowl Sunday, here’s a look back at 10 of the best halftime performances of all time: 10. Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake (2004) You can’t talk about Super Bowl halftime shows without talking about the one that made the phrase “wardrobe […]

  • Day care worker fired after mom finds ‘I’m out of diapers’ written across son’s stomach

    SANIBEL, Fla. – A Florida day care has fired one of its employees after a mother says she was furious to find “Mom I’m out of diapers pls read my report” written in large letters across her toddler son’s stomach. The executive director of the Children’s Education Center of the Islands, Cindy Carter DeCosta, said in a statement that they are “aware of the incident at the school and we are terribly sorry for the distress it has caused the family […]

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.