The big band sound of Frank Sinatra fell flat Tuesday night on American Idol. That is, until, Lee DeWyze took the stage and blew everyone away with his rendition of "That's Life."
The scream was back and now its gone. Siobhan Magnus was sent home Wednesday night in what could be assumed as a tight vote. Those that had been struggling were good, while those that were good were average.
Before this week's Top 6 performances on Idol, I would have told you Aaron Kelly was headed home. Now, I'm not so certain.
American Idol's Top 7 were supposed to perform inspirational songs Tuesday night. But it was one Idol whose performance put her once again head and shoulders above the rest.
Voters sent two more Idol contestants home tonight: Andrew Garcia and Katie Stevens.
The contestants had to pull out all the stops if they want to continue towards being the next American Idol. Tomorrow night two will be going home. What a hard week to do it on too with song choices pulled from the King of Rock and Roll Elvis Presley.
How can volleyball — which features a jaw-dropping medley of skill, size, quickness, power, grace, teamwork, momentum swings and fast pace — not grab America’s attention, writes Dirk Chatelain.
Take a peek at fixer-uppers with potential to beautiful old homes around Fremont
Scott Frost was curious. So he asked a couple unnamed players for their thoughts. Their answer highlighted a shift in the Huskers' third phase.
Like 55 other counties in the state, Franklin County has no hospital offering birthing services.
Weeks before the final lesson for Nelson Mandela Elementary students, six Rabble Mill employees gathered around a box of skateboard parts. The end result was a big surprise for the future skaters.
STURGIS — In the midst of temperatures reaching the mid-90s, the 82nd annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally began at full throttle on Friday afternoon.
The real estate agent featured as the house hunter is licensed in Nebraska, working with eXp Realty of Omaha, and Iowa, where she works with the company her father owns.
"He was out enjoying himself on a walk, minding his own business, and I had absolutely no reason to approach him," Gabriel Sterling said first in an apology.
Wahoo man sentenced to 15 years in prison
Fremont Police officers responded to a four-car accident on Wednesday at 23rd and Main streets.
"He violated me and so many other underaged women. He did not have the right to do that," one woman, identified as Victim 4, said at Gregory Dightman Sr.'s sentencing.
Speaker of the Legislature Mike Hilgers said he has contacted multiple lawmakers to discuss a special session, but would not confirm whether he is proposing a 12-week ban.
Federal pandemic relief funds delivered Nebraska child care providers a $98 million lifeline over the last nine months, according to state officials.
Gov. Pete Ricketts flew to Kuwait to thank Nebraska National Guard soldiers who are deployed in the Mideast and around the world.