The 10 stories you read the most in 2015

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Here's what you all read the most in 2015 – BringMeTheNews' 10 top-viewed stories of the year.

1) Father of alleged Snapchat bullies is fired, family later apologizes

The uproar after a father uploaded video of an apparent cyber-bullying incident ended up costing a Minnesota man his job. The man's family later apologized.

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2) Photos: Josh Hartnett's home is for sale

Minnesota-born actor Josh Hartnett put his home up for sale in January. With plenty of photos.

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3) The Dairy Queen that Dairy Queen doesn’t want you to know about …

It's in Moorhead, and it gets to play by its own rules – not the ones set out for other locations of the soft-serve chain.

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4) Video shows missing U student entering river

Universuty of Minnesota student Jennifer Houle disappeared after leaving a bar. Police later said video showed she entered the Mississippi River that night.

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5) Bed bugs confirmed in Wisconsin Dells hotel

A woman posted photos of bed bug bites to Facebook after staying at a Wisconsin Dells resort hotel – and got a lot of attention.

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6) Here comes the snow ...

Right before Minnesota got hit with the late December snow storm, predictions for the first snowfall of the season were coming in at 6-12 inches.

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7) 'Person of interest' in Jacob Wetterling case

After decades with little progress, authorities named a "person of interest" – though stopped short of calling him a suspect – in the abduction of Jacob Wetterling.

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8) Leading teen softball player dies after rollover crash

“The entire extended Minnesota softball community has experienced the loss of not only a teammate but most importantly a friend today.”

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9) Glensheen mansion bedroom opens to the public for the first time

For the first time ever, visitors got to see inside a long-closed room at Duluth’s historic Glensheen Mansion.

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10) Teen Lakeville sisters not seen since 2013 are found

Two Lakeville sisters, who disappeared more than two years ago, were found safe at a horse ranch in western Minnesota.

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