Breast Cancer Survivor Shares Why She’s Tough Enough to Wear Pink

Every year, cancer invades the lives of thousands of people around the world, causing loved ones to fall ill and, in the worst case, taking the lives of its victims. When it comes to breast cancer specifically, about one in every 8 women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer over the course … Read more

Kid Rock Pays off $81,000 in Layaways at Nashville Walmart

Kid Rock pays off layaways Christmas

Kid Rock has gotten into the Christmas spirit this year. The Rock/Country artist is taking the time to pay it forward. Taking the lead from Director/Actor Tyler Perry, who picked two Walmart’s in Georgia to pay off all their layaways, Kid chose a Walmart in Nashville to do the same. After word got out, Tyler,  … Read more

Dolly Parton and Niece Honored at Children’s Hospital With New Butterfly Garden

Dolly Parton at children's Vanderbilt hospital

Dolly Parton and her niece Hannah Dennison were honored by Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt for their generous contributions. The hospital honored the pair at a dedication for the newly named Hannah Dennison Butterfly Garden.

Craig Morgan Talks USO Tour, Plus the Message He Leaves With All Servicemen and Women (Exclusive)

In April, Army Veteran and country singer/songwriter Craig Morgan returned from his tenth USO tour where he visited seven countries over the span of eight days. Throughout that week, Craig was able to spend time with servicemen and women overseas by not only performing for and entertaining them, but by providing them with some incredibly … Read more

Brantley Gilbert Steps Up With “I Believe In Heroism” Campaign

Most of the talk around Brantley Gilbert’s May 4th show will be about how unusual it is for him to be playing with a symphony orchestra. But Gilbert is trying to shift that conversation away from himself and onto James Shaw Jr., the man who risked his life to save dozens of people during a … Read more

Meet The Hero Who Saved Multiple Lives In The Nashville Waffle House Shooting

Nashville native James Shaw Jr., 29, is being hailed as a hero after he wrested an AR-15 from an active shooter in a crowded Waffle House. The shooter killed four people before Shaw reached him and ran him out of the restaurant. Shaw likely saved dozens of lives, but he does not want to be … Read more

Rory Feek’s New Book Gives Hope, Telling How He Learned To Live Again After His Wife’s Death

Rory Feek has endured unbearable tragedy in recent years. After the death of his wife and former music partner, Joey, Feek was left to raise their young daughter alone. As she learned to walk, so also he learned how to live in a new world without his wife. Feek has put his experience down in … Read more

‘Nerves of steel’: Meet The Pilot Who Landed The Southwest Airlines Flight

The situation aboard Southwest Flight 1380 looked desperate. One of the engines exploded shortly after takeoff, shattering a passenger window and causing the plane struggle to stay in the air. Air maks dropped from the ceiling as the pressurized air was sucked out of the open window. Chaos reigned everywhere except the pilot’s seat, where … Read more

Seth Meyers Got Choked Up Talking About His Wife Giving Birth In Their Apartment Lobby

Seth Meyers‘ wife is a champion. She recently gave birth to their second son Axel, after an extremely short labor in their apartment lobby, not only did it give Seth an incredible story, but it showed just how many people help bring a new life into the world. Meyer’s wife went from feeling contractions in … Read more

Scientists Prove Your Dog Loves You More Than You Ever Realized

Scientists at Emory University scanned dogs brains and came up with some very sweet findings. Not only do dogs love their owners very deeply, they also see their humans as family and seek emotional support from them more than other dogs. The scans revealed that the smell of a dog’s owner activated their “rewards center,” … Read more

The Las Vegas Golden Knights Retire Number ’58’ In A Moving Tribute To The Route 91 Shooting Victims

The Las Vegas Golden Knights have decided that no player will ever wear the number 58. The team preemptively retired the number to honor the 58 individuals who died during the deadliest shooting in American history during the Route 91 Harvest Festival. During an emotional special ceremony, the organization raised a banner adorned with 58 stars and … Read more

Brantley Gilbert Will Give A Service Dog To A Disabled Vet At Every Stop Of His New Tour

Brantley Gilbert is an outspoken champion for veterans. During his The Ones That Like Me Tour, he will do more than talk. Gilbert has teamed up with Pedigree and Disabled American Veterans to give away eight companion dogs to veterans suffering from the effects of PTSD. “Nothing helps heal like an animal’s love,” said Gilbert. “These dogs … Read more