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This Week in iReport: Santas everywhere

In the last "This Week in iReport" before 2010, we're having some holiday fun with multiple Santa sightings and over-the-top home decorations.

This Week in iReport

The holiday season is in full swing and iRerporters have been documenting all the fun.

updated Sat Dec 19 2009 14:33:05

This Week in iReport: Santas everywhere

In the last "This Week in iReport" before 2010, we're having some holiday fun with multiple Santa sightings and over-the-top home decorations.

updated Fri Dec 18 2009 10:50:25

This Week in iReport

The holiday season is in full swing and iRerporters have been documenting all the fun.

updated Thu Dec 10 2009 18:04:59

This Week in iReport

Team iReport takes a look at a variety of snow day pictures and a window display which is stirring up controversy.

updated Wed Dec 02 2009 19:06:47

This Week in iReport

Team iReport talks about the decision to send more troops to Afghanistan, World AIDS Day, and holiday shopping.

updated Thu Nov 26 2009 14:19:12

This Week in iReport

Team iReport talks about riots on a California campus, Oprah Winfrey's announcement and cnn.com's travel photo gallery.

updated Thu Nov 19 2009 18:10:57

This Week in iReport: Shuttle launch and an early Christmas

This week in iReport, we received a lot of compelling content. iReporters captured images of the shuttle Atlantis roaring into space. An iReporter shared a beautiful story of how one town is giving a dying boy a Christmas wish. We've also got lots of footage of "New Moon" fans excited for the big premiere. We've got all this and more in this week's video wrap-up.

updated Thu Nov 19 2009 17:21:51

This Week in iReport

Team iReport talks about a shuttle launch, a town giving a dying boy a Christmas wish and "New Moon" madness.

updated Fri Nov 13 2009 15:48:30

This week in iReport: Berlin Wall's fall, Sesame Street's birthday

This week in iReport we're celebrating a couple anniversaries. It's been 20 years since the world watched the Berlin Wall fall. And, that children's television favorite "Sesame Street" turned the big 4-0. Meanwhile, Hurricane Ida stormed ashore, slamming the Gulf Coast. We've got all this and more in this week's video wrap-up.

updated Fri Nov 13 2009 15:26:14

This Week in iReport

The iReport team visits the Berlin wall, view images from Hurricane Ida, and pay tribute to 40 years of Sesame Street.

updated Wed Nov 11 2009 14:53:56

This Week in iReport: Bursting balloon, canoeing the Mississippi

This week in iReport, we blast off into the skies and splash into the vast waters of the Mississippi River. Take a look at how a group of college students send a weather balloon into near space. Meet iReporter Neal Moore who's documenting his journey down the Mississippi River. And check out two of our talented artists, Brixton Doyle and Jim Brenneman.

updated Thu Nov 05 2009 17:32:32

This Week in iReport

The iReport team watches a balloon burst for science, takes a ride down the Mississippi, and profiles two talented artists.

updated Fri Oct 30 2009 13:49:44

This Week in iReport: Welcome to the new CNN iReport

What's new: Welcome to the new CNN iReport! Thank you to all 395,759 iReporters in 209 countries who have contributed 376,586 personal, shocking, sweet, urgent, impassioned, hilarious, beautiful, riveting, bizarre, smart and critically important stories to CNN's global news coverage in the past three years.

updated Fri Oct 30 2009 11:10:42

This Week in iReport

The iReport team takes a tour of the new and improved features of CNN iReport, and an 800 pound gorilla crashes the party.

updated Sun Oct 25 2009 00:23:20

This Week in iReport: Finding flu shots and an unlikely tutor

This week in iReport, see the world through the eyes of a globe-trotting iReporter, and meet a dog who helps kids learn to read. Also see the lengths some people are going to to get the H1N1 vaccine. Check out the video, or browse the stories below.

updated Fri Oct 23 2009 13:58:25

This Week in iReport

iReporters take on the H1N1 flu, show us how dogs are helping kids read, and we get a look into the world of Percy Von Lipinksy.

updated Thu Oct 22 2009 10:18:48

This Week in iReport: Vets, public outbursts and photos from beyond

This week in iReport, we're going to infinity...and beyond! Take a look at how MIT students on a budget captured images from the edge of space. Meet four veterans and hear why their struggles at home can be as bad as those at war. And finally, iReporters weigh in on what's up with all the recent public outbursts -- and may or may not be interrupted by a special guest. Check out the video here, or get a better idea of the stories below.

updated Thu Oct 22 2009 10:17:11

This Week in iReport: Georgia floods, going car-free

This week in iReport, heavy rains saturated the Atlanta,Georgia, area and iReporters show the flooding and damage in their neighborhoods. All across the nation, iReporters tried to conserve energy by ditching their cars for a day. And grown men shoveled down grits for a world championship title. Check out the video here, or get a better idea of the stories below.

updated Thu Oct 22 2009 10:12:16

This Week in iReport: Typhoon Ketsana; tsunami hits islands

This week in iReport, we received compelling images and stories from major international natural disasters: a tsunami in the Samoan Islands and flooding in the Philippines from Typhoon Ketsana. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, hosted the G-20 summit, and iReporters chronicled the scene as protesters and police clashed in the streets. One iReporter, Chris Morrow, won an award at the San Diego Film Festival. Check out the video here, or get a better idea of the stories below.

updated Thu Oct 22 2009 10:10:14

This Week in iReport: Gourmet recipes and barbershop politics

This week in iReport, we've received visually beautiful photos and a culturally beautiful story. See iReporters' gourmet home cooking, and take a look at the images that signal autumn's arrival. And be sure to take in the story of a small barbershop where customers can find common ground on controversial political issues. Check out the video here, or get a better idea of the stories below.

updated Thu Oct 22 2009 10:03:26

This Week in iReport: Gay pride, battling obesity

This week in iReport, hear the inspirational story of a teen who struggled with obesity and eventually became a muscular fitness coach. Also watch as thousands of gay rights activists march on Washington, and see reaction to Obama's Nobel Peace Prize from around the world. Check out the video, or browse the stories below.

updated Fri Oct 16 2009 14:06:02

This Week in iReport

iReporters on Obama's Nobel prize, the National Equality march and an inspiring story on obesity.

updated Fri Oct 09 2009 15:31:02

This Week in iReport

Team iReport says goodbye to Gourmet Magazine, talks politics in a barber shop, and celebrates autumn.

updated Wed Oct 07 2009 16:39:12

This Week in iReport

Team iReport looks at severe weather across the globe, G-20 protests, and gives a special shout out to an award winning iReporter.

updated Wed Oct 07 2009 16:39:04

This Week in iReport

iReporters capture incredible images of the Georgia floods, try a day without driving, and eat pounds and pounds of grits.

updated Fri Sep 18 2009 14:27:29

This Week in iReport

MIT students capture images from the edge of space, veterans express their concerns, and Kanye sparks a discussion on civility.

updated Mon Sep 14 2009 19:17:07

This Week in iReport: Words you love to hate, gutsy surfers

updated Mon Sep 14 2009 19:16:38

This Week in iReport: Stormtroopers munching fries

updated Fri Sep 11 2009 12:47:43

This Week in iReport

Team iReport takes a look at the wildfires in California, costumed characters at Dragon Con, and reaction to Obama's back-to-school speech.

updated Fri Sep 04 2009 14:09:30

This Week in iReport

Team iReport takes a look at the words you love to hate, a Les Paul tribute, and surfers hanging ten.

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