A Little Bit of Home With Craig Morgan

May 30, 2016
There are few road signs on the last stretch of country road to Craig Morgan’s house outside Dickson, Tennessee. But there are at least four houses of God with some enlightening roadside wisdom. A Presbyterian church sign reads, “When we focus on the rain, we never see the rainbow.” A springtime rain had just doused... Read more »

The Ed Bassmaster Show: Skippy Tries Online Dating

May 30, 2016
On the most recent episode of The Ed Bassmaster Show, the hilarious sketch-comedy prank show on Thursdays at 9:30/8:30c, our good friend Skippy takes a crack at online dating by making a few videos for his profile. Think grandma’s house, and a few trusty Photoshop techniques will get the ladies’ attention? If not finding the... Read more »

Lady Gaga Takes Keith Urban’s Place at Indianapolis 500

May 29, 2016
The gentlemen started their engines, but Keith Urban wasn’t one of them attending Sunday’s (May 29) Indianapolis 500. A back injury forced him to cancel on his plans to ride with legendary driver Mario Andretti. Urban was going to perform — just ride in the two-seater with Andretti in front of the pace car at... Read more »

Memorial Day: Tim McGraw on Those Looking Out for Us

May 29, 2016
It’s already been nine years since Tim McGraw first performed his song “If You’re Reading This” on the 2007 Academy of Country Music Awards. Co-written with Brad and Brett Warren of the Warren Brothers, it was a tribute to fallen soldiers and was written in the form of a letter sent home from a soldier... Read more »

Parker Millsap Melts Hearts With New Video

May 27, 2016
Get ready to fall in love with Parker Millsap. The 23-year-old Oklahoma native exploded onto the scene in 2012 with his soulful blues-tinged, roots-rock vocals that had people exclaiming, “Where has this guy been hiding?” In his new video for “Pining,” Millsap lays it all out on the line for that special someone, proclaiming “I... Read more »


President Obama Honors Fallen With Call for Action

May 30, 2016
“Truly honoring these fallen Americans means being there" for families, he said.

Cincinnati Zoo 'Would Make the Same Decision' to Shoot Gorilla

May 30, 2016
Jack Hanna argued that killing the gorilla was necessary to save the boy's life.

Heart Attack Survivor Finishes Race 50 Days After It Began

May 30, 2016
Bill Hughes went into cardiac arrest during a race in Virginia.

Small Plane Lands on Interstate 10 in Mississippi

May 30, 2016
A single-engine airplane has made an emergency landing on Interstate 10 in south Mississippi's Jackson County

Health Officials Now Confirm 11 Cases of Measles in Arizona

May 30, 2016
An outbreak of measles that began with an inmate at a federal detention center for immigrants in central Arizona has now grown to 11 confirmed cases

Prison Guard Who Opened Exploding Package Is Critically Hurt

May 30, 2016
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says a correction officer who opened a package that exploded at his home is in critical condition