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2013 top stories online

Dec. 29, 2013 @ 08:55 AM

Top 50 stories at www.herald-dispatch.com

These 50 stories had the most "clicks" of 2013 at www.herald-dispatch.com.

Driver in deadly crash had 4 DUIs

Huntington hosts 1st Color Run

Huntington Prep star says thanks

Couples celebrate New Year's Eve at Pullman Plaza Hotel

Champions crowned at Toughman

Amateurs take swings

Pros vs. Cons: The gun control debate

Area businessman dies in house fire

Cruise Avenue was place to be

Med students get assignments

Large crowd comes out for event

No one injured in Stamford Park fire

Highlanders claim first title

Med school students receive white coats

Searls found not guilty

'A Night in the City'

Cabell Midland High School graduates largest class ever

Pharmacy school celebrates White Coat Ceremony

Two dead in apparent shooting

Fire destroys Guyan International HQ

Shooting victim dies overnight

Fire destroys Barboursville home

Homeless encampments cleared

Spotlight shines on Wiggins

Longtime deejay Chuck Black dies

'BUCKWILD' star, 2 others found dead

Police arrest four on meth lab charges

New venue, same tradition

A chronology of the feud

2 Detroit men sought in homicide

New middle school nears completion

Wayne opens recreation center

Hatfields, McCoys prepare to open themed moonshine distillery | The Herald-Dispatch

Offense finds rhythm during scrimmage

Parade kicks off weekend of events

NCAA says Marshall must limit its green

Sinkhole again threatens residence

Huntington High schedule and results | The Herald-Dispatch

Nine arrested in Lincoln County meth bust

Huntington High grads anticipate next step

Hunt for fugitive leads to meth lab bust

Herd's National Signing Day

MU players see benefits of yoga

Game week is here

Witness: Intruder killed in shooting

Andrew Wiggins chooses Kansas

Herd WR Jean-Louis arrested

Three arrested in hefty drug seizure

Budweiser Clydesdales visit Tri-State

Johnson sparks offense



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