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17 Houses Decked Out for Christmas

No matter what the holiday, we always love getting extra festive. It's not like we need an excuse to wear awful Christmas sweaters or take part in a harmless snowman prank, but doing that stuff during the season makes us look a little less crazy. The season also provides the perfect excuse to go way overboard in the decorating department.

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Tri-Cities Traffic Looks Like Holiday Lights in the Fog!

Monday of this week the fog that was supposed to burn off did not, leaving us with some pretty amazing light displays.

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10 Extreme Christmas Trees

Most people are familiar with the massive, and very impressive, Christmas tree that graces New York City’s Rockefeller Center every year. This tree has come to symbolize the holiday season for millions of people, and is something of national icon, appearing as a backdrop in countless movies and television specials.

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12 Santas Who Might Be Drunk

Even though Santa has an awesome job, it can be super stressful at times. Sure he's a jolly ol' guy who gives out presents for a living, but when Christmas Eve rolls around, things can get really tricky. If you think about it, the guy has to pull off delivering like, millions and millions of presents to people all around the world, so of course Santa needs to relax a bit post-Christmas. You know-- hop in the jaccuzi, get a massage or down a couple dozen chocolate chip cookies while the elves give him a manicure.

However, there are times Santa goes a little overboard with this whole "relaxing" thing, and he knocks back a few too many drinks (and we're not talking about milk). Basically, the guy gets extra, extra tipsy. He ends up passing out on sidewalks, subways and even right next to the Christmas tree. Who know Saint Nick was such a party animal?

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Focus on Art Part 4 – Richland Student Uses Unique Medium to Complete Pieces

 

Luis Espinoza, a Richland High School senior, takes a unique approach in what he uses to complete most of his artwork. Instead of using paints, charcoal or even regular graphite pencils, Espinoza expresses his detailed drawings with the use of color pencils.

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Where’s Jimmy in the Tri-Cities? – Nov. 30

Tell us where Tri-City Americans' Jimmy Butcher is!

 

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Listen Live to the next game, NOV. 30 at 7:00 p.m.

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Photo of Police Officer Giving Homeless Man a New Pair of Boots Inspires the Web

When an image of a police officer goes viral, it's often for something the police department isn't going to be very proud of. But that's certainly not the case with the above photo of New York City police officer Lawrence DePrimo that has been circulating the internet.

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Focus on Art Part 3: Richland Student Practices Violin 5 Hours a Day

Brenden Bachaud, a senior at Richland High School, practices the violin at least five hours a day, every day of the year.

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Where’s Jimmy in the Tri-Cities? – Nov. 28

Tell us where Tri-City Americans' Jimmy Butcher is!

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Listen Live to the next game, NOV. 28 at 7:05 p.m.

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Local Student Shows Art Is What’s on Your Inside

 

Matthew Powers isn’t what you would typically picture for an artist. This blue beanie toting, basketball shorts wearing Richland High School senior looks fresh out of a skater magazine. Don

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