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April 26, 2017

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A 31-year-old man is charged with breaking into two Billings homes, including one where his last name was written on the wall in his own blood.
 
Record-breaking balance
Vietnamese artist Quoc Co Giang and his brother Quoc Nghiep Giang try to break the Guinness World Record by climbing stairs with one carrying the other on head-to-head balancing at the Cathedral of Girona on Dec. 22. The Giang brothers broke the record with 90 stairs in 52 seconds.
 
Love, loss on display at failed-relationships museum
After her husband asked for a divorce, Amber Clisura gave back her engagement ring, kicked him out of the house and tossed everything that reminded her of the ruined marriage.
 
A student reported missing after skipping a family Christmas has sent Facebook posts saying she's alive and just embarrassed her mom called the cops.
 
China gives Trump the bird
A Chinese shopping mall is ringing in the year of the rooster with a giant sculpture of a chicken that looks like U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. China has gone cuckoo for the cartoonish pastiche -- complete with an orange pompadour -- of the billionaire politician in Taiyuan, capital of the northern province of Shanxi.
 
Offbeat photos of the year
It's been a bumpy year, and everyone could do with a dose of levity.
 
A Pennsylvania man going through treatment for colon cancer won a pizza parlor's raffle for a years' worth of free pies and then donated his prize to a local food bank.
 
Where's Santa's sleigh? Ask NORAD
Tens of thousands of children from around the world plan to call the North American Aerospace Defense Command to ask where Santa is, and starting Saturday they will get a cheery answer about the mythical route from a real person, not a recording.
 
Bethlehem postmark adds a holy touch
Instead of mailing her Christmas cards from her local post office, Sherry Wareing drove 20 miles roundtrip to a small post office in a White Mountains town of about 2,500.
 
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