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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
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.