TULSA - It was an eventful year in and around Green Country during 2012.
A 73-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of running a major marijuana drug operation out of her Craig County home. Police found six pounds of marijuana, guns and $277,000 in cash.
A controversial A through F grading system for Oklahoma schools was released, with many superintendents around the state saying the formula was too tough and expectations too high.
An early-August wildfire ravaged Creek County leaving more than 58,000 acres burned in towns such as Drumright and Mannford.
But those stories didn't make the top 10 most-read list on KJRH.com. These are the stories you clicked on the most this year.
10. Injured Tulane player continues path to recovery with therapy sessions - Devon Walker suffered a fracture to his spine during a helmet-to-helmet collision with a teammate just before halftime in Tulsa's home-opener at H.A. Chapman Stadium. (On your phone? Click http://bit.ly/story10kjrh to read the story)
9. FBI says Internet users must check for Malware to avoid shutdown - The problem began when international hackers ran an online advertising scam to take control of more than 570,000 infected computers around the world. When the FBI went in to take down the hackers late last year, agents realized that if they turned off the malicious servers being used to control the computers, all the victims would lose their Internet service. (On your phone? Click http://bit.ly/story9kjrh to read the story)
8. James Holmes: Suspected Aurora 'Dark Knight' shooter's mother says she's not surprised - The mother of the man who is suspected of killing 12 people in a Colorado movie theater told a news crew that police "have the right person" when she was asked about her son shortly after the shootings. (On your phone? Click http://bit.ly/story8kjrh to read the story)
7. Vet accused of having sex with horse - The alleged incident occurred when the doctor was a student in the Tulsa area nearly two-and-a-half years ago, but the case didn't surface until this past summer. (On your phone? Click http://bit.ly/story7kjrh to read the story)
6. Tyrone Woodfork charged in home invasion, elderly murder - The man accused of a brutal attack on an elderly couple in their home was charged with armed robbery, burglary and first-degree murder for the death of 85-year-old Nancy Strait. (On your phone? Click http://bit.ly/story6kjrh to read the story)
5. Osage County couple arrested for gruesome child abuse - The Osage County Sheriff's Office is calling it one of the worst cases they have seen. Investigators say four adopted children, two boys and two girls, were abused for as long as nine years. (On your phone? Click http://bit.ly/story5kjrh to read the story)
4. Woman missing since Saturday found alive in deep freezer - The 59-year-old woman in west Tulsa was found after her son heard her say, "Help me. Help me," when he went to her apartment to try to locate her. (On your phone? Click http://bit.ly/story4kjrh to read the story)
3. College football bowl games picks, predictions from Big Al: Winners for all 35 bowls - We asked Big Al to pick the teams he thought would prevail in all 35 bowl games this season. He said it's easier to avoid traffic at 71st and Memorial, climb Mt. Everest and pick out a Christmas gift for his wife that she actually keeps than it is to pick 35 winners. But he did it, and many of you read it! (On your phone? Click http://bit.ly/Collegepicks to read the story)
2. New ten commandments monument at Okla. capitol misspelled - Three years into the making, Oklahoma's Capitol building unveiled a monument of the Ten Commandments on the north side of the grounds Thursday. With misspellings. (On your phone? Click http://bit.ly/OKCmonument to read the story)
And the story that our readers clicked on the most this year is...
1. Oklahoma City woman 'Sweet Brown' interview goes viral - The woman's animated remarks and catchy sound bites made for a humorous recap as she talked about her experience of escaping an apartment fire. The video is a must-see! (On your phone? Click http://bit.ly/story1kjrh to read the story)
Thanks for clicking on KJRH.com this year. Happy New Year everyone!
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