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The best Nintendo Switch games

The Nintendo Switch has only been out in the wild for a short time, but it's garnered quite the following since it's made its debut. The release library is quite small at the time of this writing, but it's got several titles you should consider playing if you're looking for those must-buy titles every new system comes with. While waiting for more of the heavy-hitters to reach store shelves, here are the building blocks of the Nintendo Switch library that you should absolutely consider purchasing.

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Game review: 'Just Dance 2017,' you should be dancin', yeah!

"Just Dance" is a baffling series, and "Just Dance 2017" is no different. It's always been available on consoles that have never quite nailed full-body tracking (the Wii comes to mind). When it did make its debut via the Xbox's Kinect peripheral, the game improved slightly with the ability to include your entire body into the mix. The Switch's iteration feels just as crippled as ever, with a release that didn't really seem as though it had a legitimate reason to be made other than to cash in on the fact that Nintendo has released a new console. While it's functional and includes a decent smattering of songs to dance to, there are also tracking issues, some bizarre design decisions, and the general question of "why does this exist when there's better technology to play it on?" Despite all of this, I just danced.

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Meeting 'Lethal Weapon' actor Dante Brown

Have you ever met a celebrity? We met Dante Brown from Fox's "Lethal Weapon" in Manhattan recently. He plays the part of Roger Murtaugh Jr. on the show. The show airs weekly, and each episode focuses on a different crime. Dante plays the son of one of the lead detectives, Roger Murtaugh. The show is a spinoff of the "Lethal Weapon" films. The new show is exciting, edgy and funny.

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Fallen tree in Rock Hill stops traffic in both ways on Dave Lyle Boulevard

A large oak tree fell sometime Monday afternoon in Rock Hill, blocking traffic in both directions. The tree is located just after the intersection of Aragon Street and Dave Lyle Boulevard, heading toward Interstate 77.
David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com
Fallen tree in Rock Hill stops traffic in both ways on Dave Lyle Boulevard 0:22

Fallen tree in Rock Hill stops traffic in both ways on Dave Lyle Boulevard

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Fort Mill celebrates Earth Day

Nation Ford students take life jacket challenge 1:50

Nation Ford students take life jacket challenge

Children enjoy frozen treat, time with Mother Goose during Rock Hill's Come-See-Me 1:21

Children enjoy frozen treat, time with Mother Goose during Rock Hill's Come-See-Me