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Happy Endings in your Christmas Stocking!

The Golden Griswold Contest!

Chris Young Live!

Team Sam vs. Team D. Ray!
Jim Wright
Blake Shelton's New Album Is All Due To Discovery Of Hit Single

Blake Shelton is knocking at Number One on the country charts with "I'll Name The Dogs," the debut single from his new Texoma Shore album. The song became the cornerstone for the 2017 project, as Blake tells us: "You know, I didn’t even know I wanted to record an album this time around until I heard "I’ll Name The Dogs". I just thought that was just an incredible song, so much fun with just an overall good feeling. I went in and recorded the song and I immediately called my managers I called the record label. I said "Hey I know we’re still In the middle of a project here, but you guys need to get ready cause I think I’m going to put together an entire album pretty much with "I’ll Name The Dogs" as the center piece of it."

Blake kicks off his Country Music Freaks tour in February with special guests Brett Eldrege, Carly Pearce and Trace Adkins.

Courtesy of Big Machine Label Group
Carly Pearce's Christmas Movie Night

One of Carly Pearce’s favorite parts of the holidays is the movie night she shares with her mom. She tells us Christmas just isn't the same without it. "My mom and I, we have two movies that we watch every year. We watch The Family Stone and we watch The Holiday and that’s kind of our thing. We may watch them twice. I always know it’s Christmas when my mom and I are on the couch watching that. And now it’s like we have a glass of wine and we eat popcorn and that’s just a very special time for me. And I would say, my parents, we’re very big animal people. So when I see the animal stockings that look identical to our family pets, when they’re hanging I know it’s Christmas, which my mom puts those out pretty early ‘cause she loves them. before she takes some time off for the holidays.

Legion Lake Fire grows to 47,000 acres; wildlife are moving out
While the Legion Lake Fire continues to grow in Custer State Park, resource managers say wildlife in the area are moving on their own.

Gusty winds, few snow showers this morning
Winds finally die down tonight, turning warmer tomorrow

Shelter open for fire evacuees
The American Red Cross opened an emergency shelter at Hermosa Elementary School for those evacuated from their homes due to the Legion Lake Fire.


Little Big Town - When Someone Stops Loving You

Justin Moore - Kinda Don't Care

Kane Brown - Found You

Aaron Watson - Outta Style

Play it cool

How small a hole can a mouse get through? Experiments.

Man saves wild rabbit from the Los Angeles fires

Santa throws 1000 $1 bills from Mall of America balcony

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