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Dominique Sachse, Prom Queen

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Isn't it pretty much a given that good prom photos are few and far between?

If you doubted it, you need to look at KPRC's Web site, where they are going prom craaaazy for no very discernible reason.

There are prom photos of anchors and reporters.

There are polls: "Which KPRC anchor/reporter should be our prom queen?" and "Which KPRC Local 2 anchor/reporter had the "best" hair at prom?"

Ummm, it's all in good fun?

Remember, KPRC reporters and anchors -- once these things go up on the Web, they are there forever.

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