Over 70% of the Ivor Novello awards were handed to first-time winners on Tuesday (20.09.21), including Lianne La Havas and Harry Styles.
The Oakland VFW recently added Sgt. Glenn Nelson's name to its war monument. Nelson, a member of an elite commando unit in World War II, died of trichinosis three years after he returned home.
In 1848, a physicist in France took the first color photographs, but how he achieved that feat has been a mystery until just recently.
This weekend, National Geographic opened a nonfiction film about Honnold's landmark achievement in four theaters. Titled "Free Solo," after the ropeless style of the sport he practices, it will seek to achieve its own unlikely feat.
That postgame gathering is when the Monarchs learned that their 27th victory of the season, combined with a 15-game winning streak at the end of 2017, gave them 42 — one more than Wayne teams from 2003-05 competing in Class C.
A penny doesn’t mean much to most. But to Harrington Cedar Catholic senior Anna Reifenrath and her teammates, the coin means a lot.
The first time Edward Morrissette headed toward a place named Omaha, the men around him were throwing up into their helmets.
Edward Morrissette's family had helped plan a surprise for his 94th birthday that would bring the memories of his service flooding back.
Throughout the 90-minute show, Chance was giddy like a new childhood friend enthusiastic to become best pals. He took the audience’s hand and ran, eager to show off all his toys.
Florida State’s Mike Martin became the second baseball coach in NCAA history to reach 1,900 wins when the Seminoles defeated VCU 11-3 Sunday.
Every leap, twist and magic trick in between was accompanied by some of the most familiar symphonic music in the world. Music appeared to be carefully chosen to create a feeling appropriate to each stunt or trick: suspense, fear, playfulness.
BEULAH, Mich. (AP) — A dog swam more than 6 miles and walked a dozen more to find its family after falling overboard in Lake Michigan last weekend.
I arrived early to Husker practice just so I could watch Sam Foltz kick. That’s what I told an NU assistant when he walked up and asked why I was standing by myself on the Memorial Stadium sideline.
This summer, The World-Herald revisited one of its most expansive projects — a ranking of the state's top 100 athletes of all time. Now you can get your own keepsake version of the collection.
Nebraska signees Carlos and Khalil Davis joined "The Bottom Line" host Mike'l Severe on Friday to discuss their impressive track and field feats, Husker football, offseason training and more.