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WCAX.com's most-clicked stories of 2013

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Vermont's Baby New Year has arrived and Vermonters have finished ringing in 2014.

Now, we're taking a look back at some of the most popular stories of 2013 on www.wcax.com.

These numbers come directly from you-- the visitors to www.wcax.com-- and the stories you clicked on the most.

Crime and accident stories garnered the most interest, but health news, features and stories on controversy and weather also ranked among the Top 20.

Top www.wcax.com stories of 2013:

1. Dozens arrested in North Country drug sweep - 284,253 views

2. UVM professor helps discover rare blood type - 56,123 views

3. Essex police investigating murder-suicide - 55,394 views

4. Fatal accident on Burlington beltline - 43,133 views

5. Father accused in murder-suicide leaves letter for police - 36,227 views 

6. One dead in accident involving school bus and police cruiser - 32,903 views

7. Burton-made Olympic uniforms stir some controversy - 32,367 views

8. 2 Milton students charged for online death threats against teachers - 31,049 views

9. Vt. man claims governor took advantage of him in land deal - 30,743 views

10. BHS teacher charged with sexual exploitation - 30,393 views

11. St. Michael's College lacrosse team bus involved in fatal crash - 25,852 views

12. Vt. firefighter recovering after being forced to jump from overpass - 25,693 views

13. Prosecutors: Fatal NH crash was a suicide attempt - 25,226 views

14. UVM student found dead in apartment - 24,963 views

15. Richford woman helps feed power crews - 24,891 views

16. Police say man was found dead at a car wash in South Burlington - 24,729 views

17. Vt. state police cruiser rolls on Interstate 89 - 21,604 views

18. Vermont braces for ice storm - 21,488 views

19. Rodgers Sentenced for Lye Attack - 20,904 views**

20. Burlington woman charged with selling beer online - 19,255 views

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**Although this story is from 2009, it showed up in the 2013 list. It's likely because people were searching for more on Carmen Tarleton's back story after she revealed her new face in May 2013.

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