Over a year ago, the Shepard Family found out their son, Eli, had cancerous tumors. But today he is cancer-free, and celebrated in style.
Today's Everyday Hero is 18-year-old Meghan Meyer, who played "Taps" outside the Nebraska National Guard Museum in honor of Memorial Day.
Happy Birthday wishes go out to Jenn Monie, Willard Moore and Joseph Straatmann. We're also recognizing a special anniversary!
Here's a look at our community events for May 26.
The rest of the week will bring more sun and milder temperatures with the rain chances retreating to the east. Sun, cloud mix for Tuesday with highs in the mid 70s. Patchy morning fog can't be ruled out.
A jampacked pool party at a bar in Lake of the Ozarks has health officials in Missouri calling for revelers to self-quarantine.
"What we saw was horrible, completely and utterly messed up," Mayor Jacob Frey said of video taken of the incident. "I believe what I saw, and what I saw was wrong at every level."
"We are a very free society, so for the time being people have the freedom to say whatever they want to say," Lam told press.
Stacey Cunningham, president of the New York Stock Exchange, tells TODAY’s Craig Melvin what measures teams are taking to resume in-person trading.
Ethan Hunsaker, 24, is accused of fatally stabbing the victim in an attack police described as "unprovoked."