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Todays a great day.

  • The birds are singing.
  • My dog is happy.
  • Everyone is wearing green.

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Clark Kent: Reporting madman for WISTV.

Clark Kent: Reporting madman for WISTV.

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Welcome, WIS!

Welcome, WIS!
It was a huge fire and no one got hurt. Hooray.

Today's a great day because:

  • the sun is shining
  • the sky is blue
  • my dog loves me

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Downtown Kid Pulls Off Insane Skateboard Stunt

Downtown Kid Pulls Off Insane Skateboard Stunt

Check out this kid's awesome skateboard stunt! I mean, it's blowing up YouTube!

Easter Bunnies are Creepy

Easter Bunnies are Creepy

Everyone has long suspected that Easter bunnies are uber-creepy. But generally it is difficult to prove because they are not real. KXLY has now obtained proof of their creepiness. This picture, taken at an undisclosed location and provided to KXLY, shows what appear to be two creepy Easter bunnies looking ominously down on three unsuspecting girls.

This picture is the last time the girls were ever seen alive. Their charred bodies were found outside of Ft. Worth two weeks after this picture was taken.

Sandhill Cranes Back in Othello

Sandhill Cranes Back in Othello

Bird watchers spent their weekend in the Columbia Basin, taking part in an annual rite of spring. 25,000 sandhill cranes descended on  Columbia National Wildlife Refuge near Othello, as they have for the last several decades.

The birds have been flocking to the refuge in large numbers since the 1970's. For the last 14 years, the town of Othello has celebrated their arrival - and the arrival of those who come to see them - with the annual Sandhill Crane Festival. The festival, held this past weekend, brings in more than a thousand people each year. In addition to boat trips and bird watching from the shore, those visitors spend money, supporting local businesses.

 

Laughing Baby Goes Viral

An infant can't stop laughing as he's trying to eat his cheerios. More than a 168 million people have viewed the video.