Year in Review: Top U City Stories of 2012
A look at the top stories of 2012 on University City Patch.
As 2012 winds down, University City Patch is taking a look back at the top stories of the year.
We've looked at the biggest stories in the arts, business, crime, government, opinion, schools and sports. Now, here are the overall most read stories of 2012.
Here they are!
- Snow, Freezing Temps and Wind Heading to St. Louis — Jan. 11
- U City Mom Left 9-Year-Old Son Home Alone for Two Days, Police Say — Sept. 17
- ICMA Censures, Bars Walker for Ethics Violations — Feb. 29
- 82-year-old Man Charged with Molesting 15-year-old Girl — June 20
- Missouri's Youngest GOP Delegate Says It's All About the Jobs — Sept. 2
- Missouri's Black Homicide Rate Worst in U.S. — Feb. 9
- Child Thrown From Car in Forest Park Tuesday — Aug. 8
- Fair St. Louis: A Guide for Fourth of July Fireworks — July 4
- Bicyclist Struck, Killed in University City — Feb. 6
- City Council Votes 4-3 to Reject New U City Logo — June 12
- Online Petition Seeks Missouri Secession after 2012 Presidential Election — Nov. 13
- Club Fitness Manager Killed by Metrolink Train — May 7